Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers, Michael Bentine, Harry Secombe,
Arthur Askey, Tommy Cooper, Norman Wisdom, Frankie Howerd,
Norman Vaughan, Dave Allen,
Max Wall, Max Wall, Max Wall, Max Wall

John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin, Graham Chapman,
Eric Idle, Ministry of Silly Walks, Benny Hill,
Max Wall, Max Wall, Max Wall, Max Wall

Steve Davis, Alex Higgins (GF), Jimmy White, Terry Griffith (GF),
Brian Odgers, Dave Early, Bernie Holland, Richie Buckley,
Max Wall, Max Wall, Max Wall, Max Wall

Spike Milligan, Michael Bentine, Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe,
Harry Worth, Frankie Howerd, Norman Wisdom, Tommy Cooper,
"Just Like That!", Benny Hill,
Max Wall, Max Wall, Max Wall, Max Wall

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