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Synopsis

THE SECRET POLICEMAN'S THIRD BALL 1987, Amnesty International, 89 min. Dir. Ken O’Neill. After a six-year hiatus, the SECRET POLICEMAN’S BALL shows resumed with a strong hybrid of comedy and music. The humor reflected the emergence of a new wave of comedic performers in the U.K. including: Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Robbie Coltrane, Dawn French & Jennifer Saunders, Mel Smith & Griff Rhys Jones, Lenny Henry -- and the Spitting Image puppets. Lending support and continuity was John Cleese. <br />THE SECRET POLICEMAN'S BIGGEST BALL 1989, Amnesty International, 94 min. Dir. Mike Holgate. The 1989 show returned the Ball to its roots as primarily a comedy gathering with a mixture of the (by-now) older guard: John Cleese, Michael Palin, Peter Cook & Dudley Moore (in their last work together) -- and new wave including: Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Adrian Edmondson (“The Young Ones”), Dawn French & Jennifer Saunders, Ben Elton (“We Will Rock You”), Robbie Coltrane and the Spitting Image puppets.

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