The Last Goon Show Of All
A special edition of the classic surreal comedy recorded to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the BBC
- BBC Two
- Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers and Spike Milligan
- Spike Milligan
- John Browell and Douglas Hespe
In what is the 161st episode of The Goon Show, Neddie Seagoon finds himself low on cash, partly due to Grytpype-Thynne and Count Moriarty stealing his £100 "war gratuity" by lagging his legs, and Bluebottle blackmailing him by taking photographs of his bloomers.
In order to earn more money, Seagoon travels to Blackpool to make cash by doing his old stage act - the shaving routine. In doing so he mets up with the other characters, Henry Crun, Minnie Bannister, Major Bloodnok, Eccles and Little Jim, and finds himself doing more Goon Show episodes.
- Production company
- Sound provided by the Wally Stott Orchestra, conducted by Peter Knight, the Ray Ellington Quartet, and harmoica player Max Geldray.
- Laugh track
- Live audience
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- First broadcast
- Tuesday 26th December 1972 on BBC Two at 8:20pm
- Episode length
- 40 minutes
- Last repeat
- Saturday 2nd April 2011 at 7:20pm