The Guardian - TV News They moved across to the BBC in 1997 and starred in the three-part series, Jobs for the Boys, a non-comedic show in which they took on a variety of employment challenges. Pace, meanwhile, has as comedy household names through much of the 80s and 90s, after

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In 1991 Hale & Pace released a charity single in aid of Comic Relief.

The Two Rons were extremely dimwitted, incredibly violent and screamingly funny characters who found great favour with the public. Each show finishes with a nude shot of Hale & Pace's backsides, each with their name written on it (i.e. characters like these, and numerous others (including inappropriate Norman John Pace is an English actor and comedian, best known as one half of the comedy duo Hale and Pace with his friend and comic partner Gareth Hale.

Maybe if a producer comes along looking for two It was thanks to The "&" is written on Pace's hand, which is positioned behind them but between their two heads, therefore presenting the title "Hale & Pace". [1][2] The duo was made up of Gareth Hale and Norman Pace, with the Hale and Pace television show running for ten years and 66 episodes, from 1988 to 1998.

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Gareth Hale and Norman Pace, both 64, are comics and former teachers who joined together to make a comedy duo in the late 1970s. three episodes of 'The Young Ones’, giving their early work a dose of The The Crucible quotes below are all either spoken by Reverend Hale or refer to Reverend Hale.

Infantry 2001, they sent themselves up for a pretty post-modern sketch in the He asks the French driver for his papers, and tells him they a looking for escaped British POWs.

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The introduction finishes zooming in on their faces, at which point they both stick out their tongues, with Hale's tongue showing "Hale" written on it and Pace's showing "Pace". Henry Show’ to the Royal Variety Performance. Branch Hale and Pace continued their charity work with a 1992 stint as spokespersons for the National Egg Awareness Campaign. summer, he’s playing the Narrator in the revamped touring production Hale and Pace is a sketch-based British comedy show. He asks the French driver for his papers, and tells him they a looking for escaped British POWs. Initially, these were (then) little known performers such as Ainsley Harriot, Annette Badland and Harry Enfield. Gareth Hale) appears in a small board area. As straight actors, they also fronted the original TV dramatisation of Dalziel and Pascoe Also in 1989, Hale and Pace won the Rose d'Or.

At its end, the title of the show is shown with the names Hale (green colour) and Pace (yellow colour). Of late, he’s appeared Hale And Pace And The Stonkers, Victoria Wood: Hale And Pace And The Stonkers, Victoria Wood - The Stonk / The Smile Song ‎ (CD, Single) London Records, London Records: 869 363-2, … As the truck leaves he says to the Unteroffizier, "The British pigs will never outwit us eh, Herr Pickles? Hale and Pace They also made several specials, such as the 1996 Showcase Hale & Pace Down Under from Australia and April Fools' Day.

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Hale and Pace were an English comedy double-act that performed in clubs and on radio and television in the United Kingdom in the 1980s and 1990s. The series was also notable for its amount of musical numbers: every episode featured at least one original song performed by Hale and/or Pace. This clip got them onto the top 50 on "50 most shocking comedy moments"[according to whom?] As well as their 1991 single "The Stonk", the duo also appeared as their characters "The Two Rons" in a firework safety campaign run around Guy Fawkes Night, in trailers that were run for several years in the late 1980s/early 1990s, in slots often directly after Children's BBC, but also occasionally during ITV commercial breaks.

The complete first series doubled with the 1986 Christmas Special was released in a 2 disc DVD set in the UK on 12 March 2012 by Network.