The Two Ronnies

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  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1971
The Two Ronnies is a BBC television comedy sketch show created by Bill Cotton for the BBC, which aired on BBC One from April 1971 to December 1987. It featured Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett, the two Ronnies of the title. The usual format included... read more

The Two Ronnies is a BBC television comedy sketch show created by Bill Cotton for the BBC, which aired on BBC One from April 1971 to December 1987. It featured Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett, the two Ronnies of the title. The usual format included sketches, solo sections, serial stories and musical finales.

Original Release

04/10/1971 on BBC

Cast

Ronnie Corbett Self / Various Characters
Ronnie Barker Self / Various Characters
The Fred Tomlinson Singers Themselves
Barbara Dickson Self
New World Themselves
Georgie Fame Self
Alan Price Self
Madeline Smith Henrietta Beckett
Elaine Paige Self
The Manhattan Transfer Themselves
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Christmas with the Ronnies Wednesday, 25 December 1985
2 Series 13, Show 1 Saturday, 04 January 1986
3 Series 13, Show 2 Saturday, 11 January 1986
4 Series 13, Show 3 Saturday, 18 January 1986
5 Series 13, Show 4 Saturday, 25 January 1986
6 Series 13, Show 5 Saturday, 01 February 1986
7 The Two Ronnies Christmas Special Friday, 25 December 1987
8 The Two Ronnies Night Friday, 16 July 1999
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Directors

Marcus Plantin, Marcus Mortimer, Paul Jackson

Writers

Ronnie Barker, Peter Vincent, Spike Mullins, David Renwick, David Nobbs, David Newman, Peter Osborne, David McKellar, Garry Chambers, Barry Cryer, Mike Radford, Dick Vosburgh, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Ian Davidson, John Sullivan, Peter Robinson, Bryan Blackburn, Terry Ravenscroft, Eric Idle, John Cleese, Tony Hare, Chris Miller, Freddy Usher, Peter Campbell, Colin Pearson, Robert Gray, Laurie Rowley, Wally Malston, Tom Magee Englefield, Ted Taylor, Bill Solly, Stan Edwards, Roy Tuvey, Tony Hawes, Maurice Sellar, Colin Bostock-Smith, Geoff Atkinson, Cardew Robinson, Ray Alan, Dennis Berson, Tony Wyatt, Tudor Jones, Paul Gillett, Eric Green, Malcolm Mather, Ron Weighell, Les Higgins, Frank Kirkbride, Philip Munnoch, Tony Rich, Austin Steele, Howard Imber, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graham Chapman, Brad Ashton, Dave Dutton, Andrew Marshall, Roy Clarke, Paul Minett, Dick Clement, Ian La Frenais, Marty Feldman, Bill Oddie, Andy Hamilton, Paul McDowell, Spike Milligan, Trevor McCallum, Chas Hodges, Dave Peacock, Jon Roman, Brian Leveson, Sean Carson, Ray Martine, Derek Farmer, Wyn Edwards, Eric Geen, Neil Shand, David Climie, Paul Hawksbee, David Tomlinson, David Kind, Garry Knight, Manny Curtis, John Hudson, Anthony Payne, Tommy Desmond, Mick Loftus, David Rolfe, Neville Gurnhill, Paul Eldergill, Paul Harris, Ann Martell, Otiz Cannelloni, Kit Galer, Colin Bowles, Eric Billingsley, Martin Cooper, David Webb, Charles Herring, Ian Phillipson, Andy Moreton, Clive Harris, Peter Bain, Leslie Chalcroft, M.H. Drew, David Bond

Cast

Ronnie Corbett Self / Various Characters
Ronnie Barker Self / Various Characters
The Fred Tomlinson Singers Themselves
Barbara Dickson Self
New World Themselves
Georgie Fame Self
Alan Price Self
Madeline Smith Henrietta Beckett
Elaine Paige Self
The Manhattan Transfer Themselves
Sue Lloyd Blanche
The Nolans Themselves
Pan's People Themselves
Swingle II Themselves
Tina Charles Self
The Ladybirds Themselves / Vocal Backing
Liz Whiting Jane
Cyd Hayman Madame Cocotte
Jenny Logan June
Jenny Logan State Police Sergeant

Producers

Michael Hurll Executive Producer
James Gilbert Executive Producer
Terry Hughes Producer
Paul Jackson Producer
Marcus Plantin Producer
Brian Penders Producer
Peter Whitmore Producer
Michael Hurll Producer
Marcus Mortimer Producer

Editors

Ray Millichope, John Dunstan, Peter Bird, Bill Harris, Bob Rymer, Geoff Higgs

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