Cannon And Ball was a sketch / stand up comedy series which aired on ITV in the United Kingdom. Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball had appeared on Bruce Forsyth's Big Night in 1978 and the success of their appearances led ITV to giving them their own series in 1979.
British film icon Diana Dors joins Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball for another helping of tomfoolery in this show. Music is performed by resident band Ritz.
Against his better judgement Doctor at Large star Ernest Clark is roped into a slapstick mime performance set in a cafeteria.
In another classic show, the dynamic duo are joined by special guest Peggy Mount, everyone's favorite TV battleaxe and unforgettable star of The Larkins and You're Only Young Twice.
Elizabeth Estensen (The Liver Birds) and actress and singer Luan Peters (aka Carol Keyes) have a few suprises in store when they join Tommy and Bobby for another fun-packed show.
More breezy broadsides are fired at various targets, while Ruby James of resident pop group Ritz sighs Anyone Who Had A Heart, and the Ritz boys join Tommy and Bobby for a rendition of Sweet Georgia Brown.
Tommy calls Bobby's bluff and lets him announce the show - giving him a taste of his own medicine along the way!