At Last The 1948 Show. Image shows from L to R: Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Cleese, Aimi MacDonald, Graham Chapman, Marty Feldman. Copyright: Rediffusion London.

At Last The 1948 Show

ITV sketch show with an A-list cast. 13 episodes (2 series) in 1967. Stars John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Marty Feldman and others.

Series 2, Episode 7

A current affairs show includes AWOL international reports, interviewers interviewing interviewers, and naked ladies. A train commuter is bothered by a very peculiar passenger, and a man is on the search for a house-trained chartered accountant.

Notes

The majority of this episode exists, but some segments - including the finale - survive only as an audio recording.

This episode no longer exists in the archives. It is missing, believed wiped.

Broadcast details

Date
Tuesday 7th November 1967
Channel
ITV
Length
30 minutes

Cast & crew

Regular cast
John Cleese Various
Graham Chapman Various
Tim Brooke-Taylor Various
Marty Feldman Various
Aimi MacDonald Self
Dick Vosburgh Ensemble Actor
Barry Cryer Ensemble Actor
Guest cast
Ronnie Corbett Self
Jo Kendall Ensemble Actor
Writing team
Tim Brooke-Taylor Writer
Graham Chapman Writer
John Cleese Writer
Marty Feldman Writer
John Cleese Script Editor
Tim Brooke-Taylor Script Editor
Dick Vosburgh Writer (Additional Material)
Derek Collyer Writer (Additional Material)
George Evans Writer (Additional Material)
McKay (as McKay & Nightingale) Writer (Additional Material)
Nightingale (as McKay & Nightingale) Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Ian Fordyce Director
David Frost Executive Producer
Johnny Fielder Editor
John Newton Clarke (as John Clarke) Production Designer

Video

Marty Feldman - The Railway Carriage

People on the train can be a right pain.

Featuring: John Cleese, Marty Feldman.