Perplexingly, although perhaps in part dictated by his busy schedule as a much-loved supporting star in many a British comedy film, it was not for another four years that he would return with his own full comedy series - this time on ITV, courtesy of Thames Television.
Running for two series from 1969, this latter Cribbins was a popular hit, mixing sketch and song - including his smash hit singles The Hole In The Ground and Right Said Fred, alongside a few lesser-known treats.
The whimsically funny series remains testament to Cribbins's significant comedy skills, and ability to carry a comic plot as a leading man rather than in the supporting roles in which he was usually cast.
Comedy legend Bernard Cribbins had been a key presence in British film and television comedy for over a decade before he landed his own headlining television series at the tail-end of the 1960s. An off-beat revue of quickfire sketches in the "Cribbins style", this fast-moving mixture of comedy and song (including chart hits The Hole In The Ground, Gossip Calypso and Right Said Fred) featured a gallery of outrageous characters in a myriad of seemingly inexhaustible situations! Bank clerk, burglar, tramp, librarian, cowboy and even spaceman - Cribbins is these, and much more!
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