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JACK OF THE DUMP
Pranceth They Thus - A Coven of Witches (6)
We came across this clip in the Jack of The Dump vaults and after hours of exhausting all the leads we could find - we've been totally unable to find any context for this clip. Please, for the love of God - If you or someone you love has any information on this clip, come forward. Jack Of The Dump was a British Sitcom that ran from the 1960s until the early 80s.
Jack of the Dump - The Day That Laughter Died | Trailer 2023
You’ve heard of Monty Python, you’ve heard of Only Fools and Horses, but have you heard of Jack Of The Dump? Of all the shows that have been buried by the BBC for their controversial nature, on or off screen, Jack Of The Dump takes the crown. Once widely beloved and hugely influential, it was the show that defined an era of British Comedy. Starting out in the vibrant late 1960s, Jack Of The Dump was commissioned for 15 series. After a rapid decline in quality, the show was stopped in it’s tracks when a routine episode taping in 1981 turned into a figurative and literal comedic genocide that would force the BBC to bury all traces of the show and silence those who knew what went down during that fateful last taping. For over 40 years, the BBC has denied the show ever existed and withheld any remaining traces of it. It was believed to have been lost to the public for good. After a shocking discovery in an industrial skip on the Isle of Man, groundbreaking footage has been uncovered. Armed with this new footage and insight from crew members who are finally ready to speak out, a filmmaker dares to discover the truth behind the myth, and finally answer the question “What happened to Jack of The Dump?” Watch more at: https://www.lipmouthstudios.com/jack-of-the-dump Trailer for Mockumentary ‘Jack of the Dump - The Day That Laughter Died’ (Planned to be release in 2023) Starring: Josh Liesicke, Scott Burchell, Simon Roper and Tom Burchell Produced by Lipmouth Studios For fans of Monty Python, The Rutles, Spinal Tap, Fawlty Towers, Steptoe and Son, Only Fools and Horses, The Two Ronnies, The Office, Harry Enfield and all classic British comedy.
Jackie Smilin' Jones interview 1979 - Original Subs
The 1979 'London Tonight' Interview with Jackie Smilin' Jones from the sitcom 'Jack of The Dump'. At the time, the BBC issued the following statement when quizzed about the subtitles being slightly off: "Due to a regrettable technical fault with our audio recording equipment, the original audio was too muffled to fully understand. Along with the help of Jackie's good friend Andrew Matthews, we have added subtitles to aid this interview"
Jackie Smilin' Jones - Parkinson Interview (Rare 1970s)
Jackie Smilin' Jones Rare Parkinson Interview from the 1970s. Recovered from a VHS found at a car boot in Leeds. Haven't been able to find the rest online so this could very well be the last surviving tape of this rare TV appearance by Jackie. Circa 1978-1979? From one of the Michael Parkinson Interviews that was wiped after a BBC Committee. the same was true of most of the first season, including the John Lennon and Yoko Ono Interview. Due to the events surrounding the sitcom Jack Of The Dump, a few years after and his controversial nature, this interview was considered lost.
Doctor Who Jackie Smilin' Jones Rare screen test (1974)
Rare 1974 screen test with British sitcom actor Jackie Smilin' Jones from the forgotten UK sitcom Jack Of The Dump. Renowned trouble maker on set, Jackie was sacked after a month of shooting for episode 'The Robot' - He was replaced by Tom Baker, shortly after.
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