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Episode Guide Part Two

Episode Two (1964 B/W)

This episode starts off with one of the little pigs and Jimmy humming the tune to a Navy song (sounds a bit Blue Peterish to me). The boss upstairs rings Jimmy up to say that they should do a piece about the boys in blue. Hence Pinky & Perky break into "What to do with a drunken sailor." It soon becomes apparent that the boys in blue refers to the police and Jimmy ends up doing his equivalent of Dixon of Dock Green. Stratford Johns makes a guest appearance at the end only to arrest Jimmy for impersonating a police officer.

The boys hard at work Unknown PC Jimmy Thompson

The boys and Jimmy Jimmy does not know who is behind him

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Episode Three (1966 B/W)

In the mid 1960s there was a new introduction to Pinky and Perky. In this episode Pinky & Perky make Jimmy up to be a disc jockey complete with wig and pony tail. As usual the boys make a big joke out of him as he does his best to control them (pointless, thankless and impossible task). Freddie and the Dreamers turn up as end of episode guests. This episode had some very nice effects which were no doubt ground breaking for those days.

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Jimmy the disc jockey Unknown Frog playing the blues

Jimmy being chatted up backing vocals That bunny again

The boys dancing Freddie and the dreamers Freddie and the dreamers

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Episode Four

Pinky and Perky and Jimmy arrive in Scotland fresh off the Highland Express train. They decide that as they are in Scotland then they should dress like the Scots. This leads us into song and verse about Southerly winds from the boys whilst Jimmy sets about trying to put on a kilt. When finally in traditional Sottish dress, Jimmy goes off in search of the Loch Ness Monster. He ends up being pulled into the Loch himself by his fishing line.

Jimmy in Scotland (train station) Tickets please Getting to grips with a kilt

Three teas please What to do on holiday Unknown

Highland jig Scottish locals Time for a spot of hunting

The monster of the Loch The monster comes on land to sing a song


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