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GLC: The Carnage Continues... 

From the Hollywood production team that gave the world "The Strike" comes yet another blockbuster. In this one, Ken Livingstone, played by Charles Bronson, elected leader of the G.L.C., ... See full summary »

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Peter Richardson
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Robbie Coltrane ... Ken
Dawn French ... Joan
Jennifer Saunders ... Ice Maiden
Adrian Edmondson ... Billy / Prince / Giles Cricket Bat Portland
Leslie Phillips ... Sir Horace Cutler (as Lesley Phillips)
Peter Richardson Peter Richardson ... Tony Benn
Rik Mayall ... Lord Mayor
Nigel Planer ... TV Presenter
Keith Allen ... Gay Councillor / 1st Beefeater
Kevin Allen ... Nick / London Transport Man / 2nd Soldier / 3rd Workman
Gary Beadle Gary Beadle ... Sly
Jimmy Fagg Jimmy Fagg ... Soldier / 2nd Workman
Malcolm Hardee Malcolm Hardee ... 2nd Beefeater
Phil Kaufman Phil Kaufman ... Scargill
Katrina Mansoor Katrina Mansoor ... Joan's Child
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From the Hollywood production team that gave the world "The Strike" comes yet another blockbuster. In this one, Ken Livingstone, played by Charles Bronson, elected leader of the G.L.C., must prevent the evil Tories from flooding London in order to turn it into a yacht club. Written by mykey accident

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Release Date:

15 February 1990 (UK) See more »

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London, England, UK

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Extremely Dated
23 May 2017 | by OrangieTooDopeSee all my reviews

While this is another political episode, the parodies are so good that their stupid beliefs don't really matter.It would help if you were over fifty and British(I'm neither)but if you have seen enough of the work of these guys, you might get a lot of the jokes no matter your age or location.I managed to piece together that GLC probably means Greater London Council and after a little research I found out I was right.I have never heard of Tony Benn but from Richardson's hilarious portrayal of him, I assume he was a commie that was constantly smoking a pipe.I only know who Scargill is from the episode The Strike, he was apparently very important to The Comic Strip guys.Ade's portrayal of Prince Charles as an old man with long hair was just weird.I'm sure it had some big political meaning to these guys but I don't get it.I don't know much about Charles Bronson or Cher either but I still thought the parodies of them were funny.Rik Mayall was extremely funny but he's barely in it.Knowing a lot about 1980s British politics could help make this funnier but it's not necessary.


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