Hilarious Good Fun! 5 Goon Shows package 1

Instead of 1 show for $1.00 - get 5 shows for $3.50 - Side splittingly funny you have to hear it to belive it! -The Goon Show starring Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers - hilarious satire on show business, commerce, industry, art, politics...

Instead of 1 show for $1.00 - get 5 shows for $3.50

GS 54.09.28 0501 The Whistling Spy Enigma.mp3
Agent Captain Hairy Seagoon is called in to restore British prestige abroad after a humiliating defeat to Hungary (at Soccer). Hairy is sent on a mission of sabotage, his only help is from an under-cover agent who can only be contacted using the secret whistling tune. Unfortunately Hairy can't whistle.

GS 54.10.05 0502 The Lost Gold Mine of Charlotte.mp3
Neddie Seagoon discovers a map to the Lost Gold Mine of André Charlotte, and sets out to make his fortune. He loses the map in a game of cards (no, not the way you think), then pieces apart the map again as he gets nearer his goal. The desert takes its toll, and only mastermind Eccles is there at the end to share in his reward ...

GS 54.10.12 0503 The Dreaded Batter-Pudding Hurler Of Bexhill.mp3
Minnie Bannister is the target for an anonymous batter pudding hurler. Constable Seagoon is on the trail.

GS 54.10.19 0504 The Phantom Head Shaver Of Brighton.mp3
Queens Council Hairy Seagoon is called in to defend Mr. Nugent Dirt against a charge of concealing a bald head. Hairy shows that it was actually the work of the dreaded Phantom Head Shaver, and tracks him down! Or does he?

GS 54.10.26 0505 The Affair Of The Lone Banana.mp3
Ned Seagoon tries defends the last British banana tree in South America

The Goon Show stars Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers. And Michael Bentine for the first year of the Show. Many elements of the show satirised contemporary life in Britain, parodying aspects of show business, commerce, industry, art, politics, diplomacy, the police, the military, education, class structure, literature and film.

The show was enormously popular in Britain in its heyday; tickets for the recording sessions at the BBC’s Aeolian Hall studio in London were constantly over-subscribed and the various character voices and catchphrases from the show quickly became part of the vernacular. The series has remained consistently popular ever since. And it has exerted a singular influence over succeeding generations of comedians and writers, most notably the creators of Monty Python’s Flying Circus and the Beatles’ movies.

The series was devised and written by Spike Milligan with the regular collaboration of other writers including (singly) Larry Stephens, Eric Sykes, Maurice Wiltshire and John Antrobus, under the watchful eye of Jimmy Grafton (KOGVOS - Keeper of the Goons and Voice of Sanity).

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