For Those in Peril on the Sea (Goodies episode)
Infobox The Goodies episode
name = For Those in Peril on the Sea
number = 25
4 March, 1973
(Sunday — 8.15 p.m.)
The Fred Tomlinson Singersas ""Sailors"
series = 3
This episode is also known as ""The Lost Island of Munga" and as ""A High-Sea Adventure".
The Goodies decide to set out in a small boat to search for the Lost Island of Munga. Bill wants to go on the
voyagedressed as a pirate.
They have problems at sea, but 'rescue' comes in the form of a large
To the Goodies' horror they discover the Captain of the ship is their old enemy, the "Music Master" (who is now going under the new name of "Nasty Person"), and his servant "Gerald".
The Goodies pretend to be sailors, and almost get away with their . However, they are let down by their ignorance that sailors' bell-bottom trousers have real bells attached to them — and none of the Goodies are able to lower their singing voices to reach the deepest and lowest note of the verse of the song "
There Is Nothing Like a Dame". Then Tim, Graeme and Bill are tossed overboard.
The Goodies swim ashore and find that they have reached the Lost Island of Munga. They also discover that Nasty Person has set up a tourist trade on the island and that the local people are all working for him.
poofs and imitations
* "South Pacific" — the song "
There Is Nothing Like a Dame"
Bill Oddiecan be seen reading a copy of the 1970s children's comic Cor!!, which featured The Goodiesin comic strip form.
* "The Complete Goodies" — Robert Ross, B T Batsford, London, 2000
* "The Goodies Rule OK" — Robert Ross, Carlton Books Ltd, Sydney, 2006
* "From Fringe to Flying Circus" — 'Celebrating a Unique Generation of Comedy 1960-1980'" — Roger Wilmut, Eyre Methuen Ltd, 1980
* "The Goodies Episode Summaries" — Brett Allender
* "The Goodies — Fact File" — Matthew K. Sharp
*: ("For Those in Peril on the Sea" is listed under an alternative title at IMDb)
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