It is 1957 and, as the series opens, all crime has stopped along the South Coast. But Mrs Groynes - the cockney charlady who is actually a criminal mastermind - is desperate to get back in business, and a performance at the Hippodrome gives her an idea. A day out in a vintage car turns out to be highly eventful, and Brunswick is kept busy organising a police open day featuring a range of criminal exhibits and going undercover as a careers master in a girls' school.
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Mark Ellis is likable and confident on stage, he has a decent amount of men-and-women-are-different material, and he’s quick on his feet when he interacts with the crowd. He even tosses in an occasional groaner that he can't help but laugh at when the reaction it gets is less-than-overwhelming (and deservedly so). But Ellis shines the most when he strays from the standard comedian’s fare and delves into his own unique territory.
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Ron Barr interviews sports actor trainer Mark Ellis about how he got into this career field, his experience in working on the set of ‘Varsity Blues’ and ‘The Longest Yard,’ and the difficulties of working with actors with no athletic experience. This interview took place on August 25th, 2009.
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