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  Graham Crowden -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Graham Crowden (born 30 November 1922) is a (The dialect of English used in Scotland) Scottish (A theatrical performer) actor, best known for his roles in BBC comedy-dramas.
These include Dr. Jock McCannon in (additional info and facts about A Very Peculiar Practice) A Very Peculiar Practice and Tom Ballard in (additional info and facts about Waiting for God) Waiting for God.
In 2005, he starred in the BBC (additional info and facts about Radio 4) Radio 4 (additional info and facts about Sci-Fi) Sci-Fi Comedy " (additional info and facts about Nebulous) Nebulous".
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/g/gr/graham_crowden.htm   (150 words)

 Waiting for God
It starred Stephanie Cole and Graham Crowden as two spirited residents of an old folks' home who spent their time running rings around the home's oppressive management and their own families.
Her frustration at being consigned to years of being alternately patronised and ignored is soon channelled into bitingly sarcastic comments and attempts to subvert the regime of the retirement home.
Crowden played Tom Ballard, a kindly but deluded old buffer whose increasingly eccentric behaviour leads his daughter-in-law and henpecked son to move him in next door to Diana.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/w/wa/waiting_for_god.html   (244 words)

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The hospital, staffed by megalomaniacal doctors, is in a state of near anarchy as its administration prepares for a visit from The Queen.
Striking workers only allow croakers --patients near death--into the hospital, the kitchen staff refuses to prepare food until union leaders are bought off with promises of O.B.E.'s, and the head surgeon (Graham Crowden) conducts, with public funds, expensive, deranged experiments, like inventing a modern Dr. Frankenstein, while poor patients are deprived of basic services.
On the day of the Royal visit, busloads of protesters arrive, and after a battle with riot police, attempt to prevent the Royal ceremony.
www.paramountlabs.com /hospital/72.htm   (352 words)

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