Starring: Buster Merryfield, David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Roger Lloyd Pack
The Russians Are Coming - S1-E6
Visible crew/equipment: In the shelter when Del says, 'Think what i could do with £1000' the shadow of a boom mic can be seen in the top right corner of the screen. (00:13:05)
Visible crew/equipment: Just before Rodney calls Del a ruthless mercenary, a boom mic shadow can be seen on the far left of the screen. (00:13:40)
Visible crew/equipment: When Del says about Kenneth Moore in the shelter, a huge boom mic shadow can be seen moving on the wall behind him. (00:15:15)
Visible crew/equipment: When Del says they should drop a bomb on all Russian cities, a boom mic shadow can be seen in the top right corner of the screen. (00:13:35)
Visible crew/equipment: When Grandad complains his TV doesn't have a picture, a boom mic can be seen in the top left of the screen. (00:12:10)
Visible crew/equipment: When Grandad shouts at Del in the bunker about war, a boom mic shadow can be seen moving on the pillow behind him. (00:15:30)
Visible crew/equipment: When Rodney says that the country isn't prepared for war, a boom mic shadow can be seen on the sofa as Rodney walks past it. (00:05:35)
Visible crew/equipment: In the bunker, when Rodney asks Del to be serious for one minute, a boom mic can just be seen on the far left of the screen before it is pulled away. (00:20:50)
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Mike: Well?Trigger: Well what?Mike: What are they naming the baby?Trigger: If it's a girl, they're calling her Sigourney, after an actress. And if it's a boy, they're calling him Rodney, after Dave.
At the very beginning of the episode, Leonard Pearce is waiting for the cue for his character to start looking for his teeth. He's standing in the living room, between his room and Del and Rodney's room.
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