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  1. The Kenny Everett Video Show (later renamed The Kenny Everett Video Cassette) is a British television comedy and music programme that was made by Thames Television for ITV from 3 July 1978 to 21 May 1981.

  2. The Kenny Everett Video Show: With Kenny Everett, Hot Gossip, Anna Dawson, Cliff Richard. This show featured music set to imagery, just prior to MTV. Most of it was concert footage though some had effects and a theme. It had a choreography segment featuring dancers known as "Hot Gossip".

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    • 1978-07-03
    • Comedy, Music
    • 30
  3. The Kenny Everett Video Show (later renamed The Kenny Everett Video Cassette) was a British television comedy and music programme produced by Thames Television for the ITV network from 3 July 1978 to 21 May 1981.

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    Title
    Musical Guests
    1
    1
    "Series 1, Episode 1 [6] "
    Steve Gibbons Band • Bryan Ferry • Wings ...
    2
    2
    "Series 1, Episode 2 [7] "
    Darts • Kate Bush • Lindisfarne • Yellow ...
    3
    3
    "Series 1, Episode 3 [8] "
    Suzi Quatro • Nick Lowe • Gordon ...
    4
    4
    "Series 1, Episode 4 [9] "
    The Moody Blues • The Pirates
  4. Packed with innovative visuals, and featured outrageous characters such as ageing rocker Sid Snot, Angry of Mayfair, a city gent in women's underwear, and lecherous Frenchman Marcel Wave. Stars from the world of TV and music such as Rod Stewart, Terry Wogan and Billy Connolly made cameo appearances on the show each week. This clip is from Series 3.

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  6. The Kenny Everett Video Show lays down the blueprints for the zany comics later and more influential Television show, but in its own right is as funny, innovative and as welcome as anything Cuddly Ken had ever created on the airwaves or the tube.

  7. Featuring Bernard Manning who risks being 'gunged' in 'Star Quiz', David Essex in Sid Snot routines, and comedy sketches with Billy Connolly and Kenny Everett.