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Buddy’s Song

Ches’s finest hour, worth catching for Michael Elphick’s immortal line ‘Got coppers rahnd me arse, enn oi!’ And to emphasise the Children’s Film Foundation-quality of the script, it’s all shot on glorious mushy 70s film stock, by the looks of things.

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  1. Lee James Turnock

    May 21, 2010 at 4:27 pm

    I actually saw this at the cinema during the fifteen minutes Chesney Hawkes was the most famous person in Britain. Claude Whatham (That’ll Be the Day) directed, Daltrey stole the show and the whole thing was a spin-off from the 1980s BBC schools series ‘Buddy’.

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