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The One Ronnie (2010)

A comedy sketch show and spiritual successor to The Two Ronnies (1971), in celebration of Ronnie Corbett's 80th birthday.

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Geoff Posner
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Ronnie Corbett ... Various Characters
Lionel Blair ... Monster
Rob Brydon ... Dr. Frankenstein / Church Lady
Charlotte Church ... Herself
James Corden ... Glam Rocker / Party Guest
Jon Culshaw ... Michael Parkinson
Harry Enfield ... Greengrocer / Church Lady
Jocelyn Jee Esien Jocelyn Jee Esien ... Restaurant Diner
Miranda Hart ... Cake Shop Owner / Church Committee Member
Robert Lindsay ... Animal Agent
Matt Lucas ... Various Characters
Catherine Tate ... Barmaid
David Walliams ... Various Characters
Richard Wilson ... Party Guest
Alan Dedicoat Alan Dedicoat ... Himself - Opening Voiceover (voice)
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Storyline

Sketches include an unhappy customer in a greengrocer's shop, a bar where the customer has trouble finishing his sentences, Sir Michael Parkinson interviews Sir Hilary Bray, an old rock band is possibly getting back together, Dr Frankenstein is unhappy with the monster he has created, there is a very particular customer in a cake shop, we see an edition of the game show 'What?', a party where we meet the third Attenborough brother, Ronnie tells us about his 80th birthday party, a dog goes to see his animal talent agent asking for work, we go to a restaurant with an optical flavour, we listen in to a church committee meeting, we see a meeting between Wonderman and Palboy, we go to a party where one of the guests misunderstands the conversation, and we conclude with Ali Jones presenting 'Songs of Praise'. The musical performer is Charlotte Church. Written by jem

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 December 2010 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Один Ронни See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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References The X Factor: Celebrity (2004) See more »

Soundtracks

Logical World
Written by Charlotte Church, Jonathan Powell, Martin Terefe and Sacha Skarbek
Performed by Charlotte Church
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Happy Memories
30 December 2018 | by bspahh-32725See all my reviews

I was in the audience for the recording of this at the BBC Television Centre. On the same night, there an episode of Miranda was recording in another studio. Miranda Hart had pre-recorded a sketch for the One Ronnie, but she passed by me in a queue to go in, half an hour before it started.

In the recording of the game show, Ronnie Corbett was supposed to skip down a flight of stairs and onto a podium. On one take, he tripped up and ended up flat on his face. There was a moment's silence when it wasn't clear if this was a stunt, followed by gasps when it became clear that it was an accident. Thankfully he was OK and carried on after a few minutes.

Ben Elton watched most of the show from the sound gallery, but came down to the stage at the end. I was sat near June Whitfield. I was there on my own, which meant that I got to sit on the end of a row near the front, in the middle of the audience shots during RC's monologue.

Ronnie Corbett was a fine comic actor. He was able to read from an autocue, but make it sound like a natural conversation. He was also funny enough to be able to keep going off script, so you wouldn't notice a big difference, between the two. I went to a similar recording a few months later, with another comic actor, who was fine speaking from the autocue, but changed completely off camera.


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