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The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

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Vintage 'Goon Show' stuff

First Men on the Goon — The Goon Show (EMI Note NTS 170)

A couple of vintage "Goon Shows," the first, dated November 1955, being a tale of gas bill collector Neddy Seagoon trying to make a South American president cough up what he owes: the second, from a year later, is the Spike Milligan — Larry Stephens version of "Robin Hood," with Valentine Dyall and Dennis Price as guest artists.

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde — Tom Baker (Argo ZDSW 722/3)

The "Doctor Who" star makes a fine job of reading Stevenson's classic tale, still one of the great horror stories, with all its subtle implications. Kenny Clayton provides suitable gothic chords on organ. (Producer, Don Norman.)

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  • Chicago 15th ed.: "The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde." The Stage and Television Today, edition, sec., 1979-09-06
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