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A FUN SHOW FOR AIL THE FAMILY
PERMANENT MEMBERS of "Cracker- jack," in the finale of a naughty 'nineties scene, sing "By the Sea." From left. Sue Walker, Reg Livermore, Judith Roberts, and king-size Michael Boddy, a young
Yorkshireman who weighs 22 stone.
• "Crackerjack" is the gayest of the new ABC
TV hows specially produced for their new late I afternoon family programming, lt is a fun show I for teenagers, their parents, and young brothers
I and sisters.
Any show that can satisfy such a diverse audi I ence does a remarkable job. I was impressed when
I saw "Crackerjack" being made, lt had polish,
smooth production, beautiful sets, an impressive
Reg Livermore, well known for his role in "A Cup of Tea, a Bex and a Good Lie Down," who heads the permanent cast of four, is an accom- plished actor, dancer, and revue artist.
As well as the four permanents (see top pic- ture; , "Crackerjack" has guest stars - and what guesr stars! I was sitting next to one young girl when the guest appeared one day.
"I'll die," she moaned ecstatically, "lt's
Besides guests like Normie Rowe, "Cracker jock" has songs, comedy sketches, topical skits, competitions, and prizes, lt may well do what it
wQs designed for - provide fun for the whole
- NAN MUSGROVE
BLONDE Judy Roberts, wearing a pyjama culotte made in a vivid Mexi- can print, poses in an "igloo" chair before she sings one of the famous Beatle numbers, "I Wanna Hold Your Hand." "Crackerjack" may be seen on ABC-TV on Fridays at 5.30 p.m.