Series 7, Episode 2, First broadcast on 11 October 1956. Script by Spike Milligan.
The Hon. Nedward Seagoon, last heard of off the coast of Ireland, Learns from his solicitors Messrs. MacHairy MacLegs, that he has inherited £1,000,000.
He establishes his identity with the solicitors, but in order to claim his inheritance he must become a Peruvian.
His quest leads him to South America, where he attempts to prove among other things, that all Peruvians are Welsh.
Unfortunately Neddie discovers that the man who left him the money – Baron Seagoon – is not dead, but had merely overslept.
Series 5, Episode 8, First broadcast on 16 November 1954. Script by Spike Milligan & Eric Sykes.
What does Crun, Bannister & Co., Deptford Shipwrights, know of the mystery of the Marie Celeste?
And why is Admiral Bloodnok anxious to withhold Admiralty Charts from Neddie Seagoon?
And who is the mysterious philanthropist offering £5,000 for information about the Marie Celeste?
And did Crun, Bannister & Co. really build the missing ship?
And who were to the original members of the crew masquerading under the pseudonyms of Bluebottle, Throat, Bogg, Eccles, Yakamoto, Eidelburger, Headstone and Grytpype-thynne?
Vintage Goons 9, First broadcast on 28 December 1986. Script by Spike Milligan.
You might think it is enough to climb Mount Everest from the outside…
…not a bit of it…
Our heros do it the hard way, from the inside.