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The Goon Show, Volume 9

What Time Is It, Eccles?
By: The Goons
Narrated by: The Goons
Length: 2 hrs and 3 mins
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Summary

Goon but not forgotten. From 1952 to 1960 the Goons ruled the airwaves, the most celebrated and influential clowns in the history of radio.  

From a watery Westminster Pier to the far-flung Foreign Legion, from Yehti-ridden Yorkshire moors to a leather omnibus with a phantom conker-puncher, the weird, wide and wonderful world of Goonery knows no bounds. So savour another crazy quartet of cult comedy classics as Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan and Harry Secombe, aided by Seagoon, Eccles, Bluebottle, and the rest, once more redefine the limits of radio comedy. Catch them while you can. Here today...Goon tomorrow.

©1997 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd (P)1997 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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fantastic off the wall comedy series.
simply brilliant has not been bettered in 50 years. of course unfortunately all the protagonists in this series are dead ,but in my opinion this is still one of the best comedy shows of all time .

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The production behind this show works well with radio because the characters portrayed are left to your imagination however improbable the situation. The musical accompaniment is very clever and a showcase of rare talent.