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  • Drop the Dead Donkey - Wikipedia

    Drop the Dead Donkey is a situation comedy that first aired on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom between 1990 and 1998. It is set in the offices of "GlobeLink News", a ...

  • Drop the Dead Donkey (TV Series 1990–1998) - IMDb

    With Neil Pearson, Jeff Rawle, David Swift, Stephen Tompkinson. Political satire about a TV news company.

  • Drop the Dead Donkey (TV Series 1990–1998) - Full Cast ...

    Drop the Dead Donkey (TV Series 1990–1998) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  • Drop the Dead Donkey - All 4

    Surf the net with the IT Crowd and ride the bus with Peep Show in this quick reminder of our favourite sitcoms. From a tragic bear in Drop the Dead Donkey to a camel ...

  • Drop the Dead Donkey - On Demand - All 4

    Drop the Dead Donkey. Home. Episodes. More episodes. Advertisement. People also watched. Father Ted. 4 Series, 25 Episodes. Raised by Wolves. 17 Episodes. Black Books ...

  • drop the dead donkey - YouTube

    Here is the first of three productions shot while recently in Chicago, Illinois, USA. In company with the writer and folklorist, Ursula Bielski and Wendy Moxley-Roe ...

  • List of Drop the Dead Donkey episodes - Wikipedia

    This a list of episodes of the satirical British sitcom Drop the Dead Donkey (1990–1998). It was created by Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin, with most of ...

  • Drop The Dead Donkey - Series 1 - Pilot - 1/2 - YouTube

    I do not own this video. All copyright goes to Channel four. This is for entertainment purposes only.

  • How we made Drop the Dead Donkey | Culture | The Guardian

    Office politics? Drop the Dead Donkey Robert Duncan, actor. Filling in the holes in the script on the day of shooting was so scary that some of us scribbled things on ...

  • Drop the Dead Donkey - Wikiquote

    Series 1 (1990) Sally's Arrival Dave: Another big statement from President Bush. From inside a bunker. George: A bunker? Dave: Yeah. Just off the thirteenth green.

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