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Terry Scott Featuring June Whitfield - Laugh In With Terry Scott album flac

  • Performer: Terry Scott
  • Album: Laugh In With Terry Scott
  • FLAC: 1367 mb | MP3: 1670 mb
  • Released: 1975
  • Style: Novelty, Comedy
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 536
Terry Scott  Featuring June Whitfield - Laugh In With Terry Scott album flac


A1 Inflation 5:30
A2 Friends For Dinner 5:45
A3 Camping 4:46
B1 The Camel 2:07
B2 Little Boy 11:03
B3 My Brother 2:35

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Campbell Karg Studios


  • Edited By, Compiled By – Fred Ridgard
  • Producer – Noreen Tuffs
  • Written-By – Mitch Murray (tracks: B3), Terry Scott (tracks: A1-B2)

Terry has been promoted to Assistant Sales Manager at PlaySafe Ltd, 'the fire extinguisher people' and he and June are moving into their new house.

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Taylor is also a member of the roots and alternative music group, Lost Dogs. He is currently based in San Jose, California, . Taylor is highly regarded for his songwriting skills. These often include allusions to and reworkings of material ranging from Elizabethan poets to modern authors.

Terry and June is a BBC television sitcom, which was broadcast on BBC1 from 1979 to 1987. The show was largely a reworking of Happy Ever After, and starred Terry Scott and June Whitfield as a middle-aged, middle-class suburban couple, Terry and June Medford, who live in Purley. Most of the 65 episodes were written by John Kane, with seven other writers also contributing some episodes.

Terry Scott's only LP (with quite a bit of help from June), released only in South Africa for some reason, Terry Scott featuring June Whitfield ‎- Laugh In With Terry Scott: Ted Chippington ‎- She Loves You (And You Know That Can't Be Bad): Shelley Berman ‎- Let Me Tell You A Funny Story . Larry Verne ‎- Mister Larry Verne: Various ‎- Memories Of "Band Waggon", "Happidrome" And Other Great Wireless Comedy Shows: Leila Webster ‎- Ulster Laugh-In: Various ‎- Late Joys From The Players' Theatre, London: 12 inch of the film's theme, Precocious Brats Featuring Kevin & Perry ‎- Big Girl: Jane Horrocks ‎- The Further Adventures Of Little Voice: James Young ‎- It's Great To Be Young: Roy Cowen And Iain Kerr ‎- You Do Have To Be Jewish: Great rhetorical questions of our time, Derek Jameson ‎- Do They Mean Us

Whitfield with Terry Scott in Terry and June. Photograph: Evening Gazzete/Allstar Picture Library. Whitfield was a regular fixture in comedy films and television shows through the 1960s, and first appeared with Terry Scott in 1968. Offscreen, however, the discreet and fastidious Whitfield and the opinionated Scott had little in common. On the set she was content to acknowledge that her main function was to drift the laughter towards Terry’s lines. Because of Whitfield’s cosy image, the idea of casting her as Jennifer Saunders’s mother in Absolutely Fabulous in 1992 was a comedy masterstroke.

People: Terry Scott, June Whitfield. Woman's Own 2005 Children of Courage Awards. People: June Whitfield. People: Bob Monkhouse, Leslie Randall, Kenneth Connor, June Whitfield. Rehearsals at the Paris Cinema, Regent Street for the BBC radio programme "Take it From Here" featuring L-R: Jimmy Edwards, Dick Bentley and June Whitfield. of. {{lastPageNumber()}}.

Owen John "Terry" Scott (4 May 1927 – 26 July 1994) was an English actor and comedian who appeared in seven Carry On films. He also appeared in BBC1's popular domestic sitcom Terry and June with June Whitfield. Owen John Scott 4 May 1927 Watford, Hertfordshire, England.

Complete first series of the classic BBC television comedy, about the mismatched suburban couple played by Terry Scott and June Whitfield, forever having to deal with the problems caused by Terry's inept bumbling. Includes all six episodes: 'Long Weekend', 'On the Move', 'Flying Carpets', 'A Bridge Too Far', 'Writing on the Wall' and 'Animal Crackers'.

Owen John "Terry" Scott was an English actor and comedian who appeared in seven Carry On films. Spells on the radio on shows like Workers Playtime were followed by appearances on TV and he got an opportunity in farce when he joined the Whitehall Theatre Company. With Bill Maynard he appeared at Butlin's Holiday Camp in Skegness, Lincolnshire and partnered him in the TV series Great Scott, It's Maynard!.