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  The Kenny Everett Video Show on DVD
  A yen to see Cuddly Ken once again
  Erupting onto Television during the summer of '78, The Kenny Everett Video Show was an instant ratings grabber - propelling the subversive, impish DJ to the superstardom he had always deserved.

Kenny’s anarchic mix of manic sketches, musical guests and dance routines - courtesy of booty-shakers Hot Gossip - created must-see television, his creative genius running riot as he unleashed a line-up of much-loved, much-mimicked characters including gobby rocker Sid Snot, Gallic sophisticate Marcel Wave and the improbably-handed evangelist Brother Lee Love!

The series showcased concert performances from some of the biggest music stars with appearances from David Bowie, Bonnie Tyler, The Boomtown Rats, Suzi Quatro, Thin Lizzy, David Essex, The Police and many more.

Now, for the first time ever, Network Distributing are releasing all 35 episodes (including three New Year specials) that Kenny, alongside comedy writers Barry Cryer and Ray Cameron, crafted at Thames Television between 1978 - 1981, for many episodes this will be their DVD debut!

The eagerly awaited The Kenny Everett Video Show will be released on 19th November.
  Graeme Clark [24 Oct 2018 at 23:40]
     

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