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1977  
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Series cast summary:
Julie Covington ...
 Devonia 'Dee' Rhoades 6 episodes, 1977
Charlotte Cornwell ...
 Anna Ward 6 episodes, 1977
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 Nancy 'Q' Cunard de Longchamps 6 episodes, 1977
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 Kitty Schreiber 6 episodes, 1977
Derek Thompson ...
 Harry Moon 6 episodes, 1977
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Gregory Floy ...
 David Maxwell 6 episodes, 1977
Peter Van Hooke ...
 The Group 6 episodes, 1977
Chris Parren ...
 The Group 6 episodes, 1977
Ray Russell ...
 The Group 6 episodes, 1977
Tony Stevens ...
 The Group 6 episodes, 1977
Trevor Ward ...
 The Angel 6 episodes, 1977
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 Ken Church 5 episodes, 1977
Sue Jones-Davies ...
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 Johnny Britten 3 episodes, 1977
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 Charlie Chime 3 episodes, 1977
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 Alan Mickle 3 episodes, 1977
Anna Nygh ...
 Dancer / ... 3 episodes, 1977
Linda Bainbridge ...
 Dancer / ... 3 episodes, 1977
Georgina Burgess ...
 Dancer / ... 3 episodes, 1977
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4 May 1977 (UK)  »

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The show was hit by industrial action at ITV and repeatedly postponed. It was canceled after three episodes. See more »

Crazy Credits

The Costume Designers are listed on the credits as "Frocks", and the Makeup artists as "Slap". See more »

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Follows Rock Follies (1976) See more »

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It is on DVD...
13 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

...well, it is in the UK anyway. My wife brought both Rock Follies series back from the UK this summer. Excellent. When they were originally shown in the UK, the second series had some associated industrial dispute and I never got to see the last episodes.

The music is great, Andy Mackay (Roxy Music) showing a huge range of styles. Only JC can actually sing, but the band holds it together. Well worth a watch. I think the songs are better in series one, the "single" in RF77 is okay, though the B side is more to my taste, despite Charlotte's dodgy voice.

There are obvious comparisons with other fictional rock-mock-umentaries, but for my money this is up there with "The Commitments".


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