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There we go, it's funny. In fact at times it's very very funny. Tim Healy looks to be shaped into the new Alf Garnett, through his character Harry Springer.The script is as crisp as the wallpaper in the halls of the Olympic Hotel,that has collected many of societies outcasts in one hotel providing many many laughs.
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