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  • title card: white all caps text reading 'LOOK - (stop me if you've heard this one) BUT THERE WERE THESE TWO FELLERS...' superimposed on Maxie and Jennings in their clown make-up. Maxie is smiling inanely while Jennings has a sad face
  • Rugman opens the door to Tara and makes sure she's read the Victorian circus poster styled sign which fills the entire door: 'EGGS FRAGILE, FRAGILE AREA TAKE CARE, HANDLE AS EGGS, TREAD CAREFULLY, NO HANDBAGS, UMBRELLAS, PACKAGES, PLEASE TAKE CARE, DON'T KNOCK, PLEASE DON'T KNOCK, DONT'T SLAM THE DOOR, TALK LOUDLY, VIBRATE, EVEN BREATHE'
  • The Brigadier stands in the carpark, holding the comic yet deadly BOMB
  • Steed visits the joke writer Marler, whose office is knee-deep in rejected gags
  • Lord Dessington plummets to his doom from the window
  • Firey Frederick smiles after he lights his blow torch and prepares to burn Tara in half
  • Steed and Tara leave his apartment to go to dinner, she in a very short silk dress, he in a rented tuxedo that has a light-up sign on his back which reads Eat at JOE'S in red cursive on a white square

Series 6 - Episode 10
Look - (stop me if you've heard this one) But There Were These Two Fellers...

Teleplay by Dennis Spooner
Directed by James Hill

Cast

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John Steed Patrick Macnee regularNew Avengers007
Tara King Linda Thorson regularThe Saint
Maxie Martin Jimmy Jewel Carry On..
Jennings Julian Chagrin
Bradley Marler Bernard Cribbins regularDoctor Who007Carry On..Space 1999
Marcus Rugman John Cleese 007Doctor Who
Lord Dessington William Kendall Department SAdam Adamant
Seagrave John Woodvine regularThe SaintDoctor WhoDangermanThe Champions
Brigadier Wiltshire Garry Marsh regular
Miss Charles Gaby Vargas
The Honourable Thomas Randolph Cleghorn Bill Shine
Sir Jeremy Broadfoot Richard Young
Merlin the Magnificent Robert James regularDoctor WhoThe ProfessionalsBlake's 7
Fiery Frederick Talfryn Thomas regularThe SaintDoctor WhoDad's ArmyAdam Adamant
Tenor Jay Denyer Dad's Army
Escapologist Johnny Vyvyan The Sweeney
Ventriloquist Len Belmont
Horse (top) June Kidd
Horse (bottom) Paul Kidd Blake's 7

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