Swim Deep 'Namaste' by The Marshall Darlings
The Marshall Darlings drop Birmingham indie pop band Swim Deep into an episode of this bizarre 80's Saturday-evening game show, Don't Like Yours Much, hosted by Paul Daniels. Much silliness ensues in the clip, with a cranky and contentious show host that decidedly doesn't play fair.
|Director||The Marshall Darlings|
|Production Company||Marshall Darling Productions|
|Director of Photography||David Wright|
|Art Director||Dale Slater|
|Grading company||Quality Control|
|Lead actor||Paul Daniels, Fred Macpherson, Julie Hussein, Mark Robinson, Nell Power|
|1st AC||Thomas Nicholson|
|Set Builder||Ben Kendall|
|Make-up Assistant||Claire Addicott|
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