We Have Ways of Making You Laugh was a comedic television series produced by Humphrey Barclay and directed by Bill Turner for London Weekend Television. It featured Kenneth Cope, Eric Idle and Katherine Whitehorn, with music and writing by Benny Green.
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- Released: 23 Aug 1968
- Runtime: 30 min
- Genre: Comedy
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- Actors: Frank Muir, Dick Vosburgh, Gina Warwick, Kenneth Cope
- Language: English
- Country: UK
- Awards: N/A
- Total Seasons: N/A
Episode 1x9; Oct 18, 1968
1x12: Cancelled Show (2)
1x11: Cancelled Show (1)
1x10: Unseen Funny Show
1x9: Show 9
1x8: Show 8
1x7: Show 7
1x6: Show 6
1x5: Show 5
1x4: Show 4
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