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Independent Producers


David Frost of course, developing a filmic wing of his ever-expanding post-LWT media empire, whose first film was the rather humble Ronnie Barker saucy short Futtock’s End. Over the years, output was varied, to say the least – comedy flop Rentadick vied with Richard Roundtree western Charley One-Eye, Bryan Forbes Cinderella musical The Slipper and the Rose with William G Stewart sitcom The Tea Ladies. TV specials from Ultra Quiz to Guinness World of Records to the hastily-buried Strategic Humor Initiative have kept the slumbering behemoth ticking over in recent years, though the much-postponed film Ssh…, promising to “break the boundaries of cinema”, is still “in production” as we speak.

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