Harry James (Paul Shane) is a rather shady variety agent working in the north of England. He spends his days wheeling and dealing, trying to find work for a bunch of no-talent ventriloquists, memory men and magicians. He's aided by his long-suffering secretary, Beattie (Kate David).
- imDb Rating: N/A (N/A Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
- Rated: N/A
- Released: 19 Jul 1991
- Runtime: 30 min
- Genre: Comedy
- Director: N/A
- Writer: N/A
- Actors: Paul Shane, Kate David, Tim Wylton, Andrew MacLean
- Language: English
- Country: UK
- Awards: N/A
- Total Seasons: 1
Episode 1x6; Aug 23, 1991
1x5: Thanks for the Memory
1x4: The Dummy's Curse
1x3: Double Dealing
1x2: The Taxman
1x1: Ladies Night
Paul Shane as Harry James
Kate David as Beattie
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|4||4||The Dummy's Curse||1991-08-09||30|
|5||5||Thanks for the Memory||1991-08-16||30|
|Paul Shane||as Harry James|
|Kate David||as Beattie|
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