The Case of the Mukkinese Battle Horn[After repeatedly encountering the same mysterious woman] Superintendent Quilt: Brown, who is this woman? Sgt. Brown: It's the producer's girlfriend, sir. [To audience] Sgt. Brown: You think I'm kidding?
Supposedly filmed in 'Schizophrenoscope', it concerns Inspector Quilt of Scotland Yard's attempts to retrieve a 'Mukkinese Battlehorn' stolen from a London museum. Along the way he meets characters not dissimilar to Eccles, Henry Crun and Minnie Bannister from The Goon Show.
Peter Sellers, top, Spike Milligan, left, Harry Secombe, right
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The Goon Show was a British radio comedy programme, originally produced and broadcast by the BBC Home Service from 1951 to 1960.
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