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Fun At The Funeral Parlour: A Pocket Full of Gravel

A local lord dies and Ivor is on a promise with the grieving widow, but only if he personally arranges the funeral. As he suffers from a fear of dead bodies, he decides to go to a hypnotist for a possible cure - not knowing that the hypnotist is also a sadistic prankster.

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x3
Airdate: Tuesday February 05th, 2002

Director: Christine Gernon
Writer: Rhys Thomas

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Guest Stars
Gordon Peters
As Lord Apartheid
Art Malik
As Duke of Hypnotism
Iain Lee
As Newsreader
Josh Light
As Frifty (as Joshua Light)
Michael Jayston
As Sparrow
Nerys Hughes
As Lady Apartheid
Peter Hugo
As Prince Charles
Rachel Isaac
As Anne Nann
Simon Day (1)
As Dirty Ernie
Main Cast
William Thomas
As Ivor (Thomas)
Alex Lowe
As Arwell (Thomas)
Rhys Thomas
As Percy (Thomas)
Tony Way
As Gwynne (Thomas)
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Aled JonesWalking In The Air 
John BarryTheme from Goldfinger 

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerMyfanwy Moore
ProducerSimon Lupton
EditorJames Thomas (3)
First Assistant DirectorSteve Roberts (1)
Second Assistant DirectorBianca Bewley
Costume DesignerAmanda Monk
GripLucho Zuidema
Location ManagerGabrielle Lindemann
Production AssistantKatie Tyrrell
GafferMark Gibbon (2)
Art DirectorShaun Mitcheson  |  Neil Barnes
Production ManagerJenny Penrose
Dubbing MixerBen Baird
Boom OperatorWill Towers
SoundChris Round
Production ExecutiveJez Nightingale
Original MusicMark Blackledge
Focus PullerJay Polyzoides
PhotographyStuart Roweth
DesignerScot Todd
Title MusicBrian May
Make-up DesignerLucy Cain
Costume AssistantKate Eden
Script ConsultantCharlie Higson
ColouristJon Dixon (2)
Make-up AssistantVal Ackrill
Opening TitlesCharles Gatward  |  Matthew Finney (2)
Programme Finance AssociateHonor Newton
Warning: Fun At The Funeral Parlour season 2 episode 3 guide may contain spoilers
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