The comedian presents sketches.
Investigative journalist; butler.
Club Chicago-go; family outing; Chairman Chow Mein.
Hill's Angels spoof TV titles; Henry counsels Benny.
A sketch set in a Playgirl Club where the men wear the bunny costumes, and Benny gives a lecture on the vagaries of the English language.
Benny plays the Halitosis Kid, whose breath can knock down a horse, and participates in a Laurel and Hardy sketch.
Benny spies on the girls next door and gets a rolling pin to the head for his efforts, and his granny goes to Las Vegas.
Benny sings at the Cafe Ole, gets hunted by cannibals, and plays at being a hero for all ages.
The Hill's Angels strut their stuff at a barn dance; Benny as a compulsive liar, and as newspaper owner Fred Scuttle.
Benny as a bird, a hungry but late diner and a Wild West cowboy.
Gangster; celebrity menu.
Rock singer; Passion Flower Hotel.
Hill's Angels reveal their assets at a cafe; Benny the tramp tries unsuccessfully to mend a broken statue.
Ship's captain; a bucket's tale.
Vaudeville performer; movie mogul.
Hill's Angels dance; visit to Spain.
TV spoofs of "Cagney & Lacey," "The Herd."
Cupid; Club Bizarre.
Benny doubts his wife's fidelity; a new version of Bizet's opera "Carmen.".
Benny and the gang visit the gym then trail a stolen golden eagle as a band of mercenaries.
Posters come to life; the Lover.
Resort; feminist dictionary.
Benny sings of the absurdities of the human race, deals with customs officials and portrays a drunken sailor.
Gay Nineties; a hospital.
Preacher; druggist; vagabond.
A man finds his intended has been promised to another; Fred Scuttle introduces Scuttlevision.
Benny sings the adventures of the Gay Caballero, presents a show on holidays, and plays a schoolboy with a catapult.
A musical version of the Lady Godiva story; a clown causes chaos; Hill's Angels; shipboard life.
A lifeguard drill; an interview with Chow Mein about Chinese opera; Benny and company satirize British justice.
Benny makes crafty use of his shadow; the Rev. McFudpucker gives a sermon; a teacher foils a kidnap plot.
Benny portrays a postman with problems; the Hill's Angels perform a disturbing dance; an old lady with magical powers meets Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Michael Caine spoof; French boy; clown.
Paradise Island; Hotel Splendide.
Naturalist; "The Monte Carbolic Show."
Remote-control stops world.
Schoolgirl; striptease clown.
Christmas; Fred Scuttle.
Chinese interpreter; Fred Scuttle.
Clergymen get a surprise; the news.
Army colonel; country singer.
Mystery-meat stew; bawdy poem.
Irish castaway; sanitary inspector.
The Lower Tidmarsh Fire Brigade goes through a day.
Weather forecaster; Mahatma Scuttle.
Blowpipe; Mervyn Cruddy.
Spoofs of Charlie Chaplin and Laurel & Hardy.
Georgian dance; Victorian actor.
Fred Scuttle; Roman Emperor Claudius.
Muted soccer fan; "Name That Tune" spoof.
Dying Southern patriarch Big Poppa.
French schoolboy Gaston; newscaster.
Fred Scuttle; medieval minstrel.
"Baby Boy"; "Charlene's Angels."
Lady Godiva's groom; TV addict.
Poet; son of Ned Kelly.
"The Sundance Kid" is the target for a remake.
Benny looks at the "Granny of the Year Jumping Contest" and Hollywood.
Fred Scuttle; Fudpucker family.
"Kojak" spoof; lucky rustic.
A Mountie recalls an Eskimo love; a model.
Spoof of "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid."
Southern patriarch; Irish comic.
Fred Scuttle; the Scarlet Pimple.
Men's fashion show; Film Time.
Jester; "Long Dry Summer."
Archie's Angels; a tramp.
Chinese cook; "Master Mind" spoof.
Irish group; spoof of TV ads.
Dimpton Drinking Club; Film Talk.
A song equates life with a carousel.
Singer Tex Cymbal; the seaside.
Irish singing group; barber.
Scout rally; European Song Contest.
Switchboard; spoof of U.S. television.
Fred Scuttle; superhero Wondergran.
Politics split a couple; hospital havoc.
Fred Scuttle appears at the Villain of the Year Awards.
Game shows; spoof of the National Health.
Orson Welles parody; Fred Scuttle.
Christian slave; spoof of Irish television.
Two suitors vie for a rich widow; Benny buys snuff.
Fred Scuttle; handyman.
Train; Hotel Sordide.
A moviegoer overreacts; a pianist's story is told.
Love song; Maurice Dribble.
"Murder on the Orient Express" spoof.
Professor Marvo; pro wrestler.
A tour guide is stumped; Frankenstein.
Jacques Cousteau spoof; Fred Scuttle.
The fire brigade choir rewrites the Robin Hood tale.
Spoofs of "World of Sport," "Laugh In."
TV spoof; parodies of singers.
"Movin' On" spoof; talk-show host.
Musical monk; Cafe St. Tropez.
Cruise; nudist camp.
Red-faced vicar; Hotel Sordide.
Noel Coward spoof; escaped convict.
Tropical isle; "Bionic Baby."
Digger Blue; "Kojak" spoof.
Aged patient; Western sheriff.
Foiled mugger; Victorian butler.
"Starsky & Hutch" spoof; daydreams.
"Dustbins of Your Mind"; Casanova.
Fred Scuttle; unfortunate Scotsman.
Mind reader; royal messenger; handyman.
Circus; health farm; Soho bistro.
W.C. Fields; "Candid Camera" spoof.
Vicar; pop-festival visitor; soldier.
Gypsy; snooker player; bobby.
Schoolboy; musician; bully.
Benny appears in skits including lovers separated by weather, a Scots lad seeking romance, and a new version of "Carmen."
Benny sings about the human race, parodies TV ads for records, lectures on a feminist dictionary and appears as Fred Scuttle.
Benny and the gang tour an imperfect Caribbean resort, appear as the "B-Team" and visit a turn-of-the-century Paris bistro.
Hill's Angels work out while Benny portrays a gospel preacher, a tramp, a ballet dancer and a troublesome hospital patient.
Benny appears as TV entrepreneur Fred Scuttle, a problem-plagued Cupid, the head of a bank-robbery gang and a cabaret star.
Benny portrays the Gay Caballero, a visitor to France's topless beaches, the Rev. John McFudpucker, a clown and a small boy.
Benny sings of being a lifeguard, plays with his hand's shadow, performs in the Chinese Opera Company and portrays Superteech.
Benny and the gang appear in skits featuring a street party in Little Dimpton, a TV fanatic and Benny's string of romances.
Benny appears as a vacationer, a schoolmistress, a visitor to Hotel Splendide and the unwitting victim of a lady vampire.
Benny and Hill's Angels appear in skits featuring a gym workout, superhero Wondergran and French schoolboy Gaston Le Clerk.
Marriage; chasing bad guys; TV titles; TV shows; fishing.