The Freddie Starr Comedy Express

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The Freddie Starr Comedy Express was a one off television show containing short comedy sketches and standup jokes.[1] The show is most famous for the sketch with Starr spoofing the Mick Jagger and David Bowie music video Dancing In the Street.

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  1. ^ New Statesman, Volume 112. 1986. p. 26. Retrieved September 30, 2015.