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Sonrisas The Right Role (1979– ) online
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Sonrisas The Right Role (1979– ) online

Sonrisas (1979– ). Rate This. Family Episode aired 3 October 1980. Season 1 Episode 29. Previous.

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Holiday Inn TV Spot, 'Sonrisas'. Submissions should come only from the actors themselves, their parent/legal guardian or casting agency. Type - Actor/Actress Athlete Author Coach Comedian Director Expert Model Musician Public Figure TV Personality. Role - Actor Crew Mention Primary Actor Voice.

A Motive for Murder is the first episode of the TV series Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson starring Geoffrey Whitehead as Sherlock Holmes and Donald Pickering as Dr. Watson. Sherlock Holmes : Geoffrey Whitehead. Dr. John Watson : Donald Pickering. Inspector Lestrade : Patrick Newell. Mrs. Hudson : Kay Walsh. Andrea Markham : Janet Spencer-Turner. Peter Clifford : Julian Fellowes. Anthony Denham : Norman Bird. Director : Sheldon Reynolds. Screenplay : Sheldon Reynolds.

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Episode one premiered on 26 February 1979 in the Sydney region. Season eight finished broadcast in 1987 in some regions. TV4 originally screened the series in a late-night (1am) slot three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, airing the final episode on 3 February 2000. During a repeat run from 2000 to October 2004, Prisoner aired at 2:15am four times a week: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The episodes were repeated over the weekend: the Monday and Tuesday episodes on Friday and the other two on Saturday. A musical version followed, with Maggie Kirkpatrick reprising her role as Joan (the Freak) Ferguson and Lily Savage as an inmate. The musical, a parody of Prisoner's kitschier aspects, toured and had a West End run in 1995 and 1997.