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Hi-De-Hi!, like the previous two shows, was based on the real-life collective experiences of the writers. Jimmy had been a Butlin's Redcoat whilst a student at RADA and David had worked as an actor/producer of holiday camp summer shows. April | Holiday Rock - The Hi-De-Hi Wiki | Fandom April worked as a hairdresser prior to joining Maplins in 1960. She is portrayed as a rather childish character, such as wanting either a teddy bear's picnic for her birthday party or going to see Bambi at the cinema. During her time at Maplins she began a relationship with Spike, and eventually decided she would like to marry him and live in a bungalow. Spike also wanted to get married, but Hi-De-Hi Characters Quiz - By OwenEdmunds

Hi-de-Hi! (1980-1988) is a BBC television sitcom. The show is loosely based on Butlins holiday camps & their Redcoats, whereas the show has Maplins owned by Joe Maplin, with Yellowcoats instead.

Hi-D-Ho Drive In Alamogordo Menu - View the Menu for Hi-D-Ho Drive In Alamogordo on Zomato for Delivery, Dine-out or Takeaway, Hi-D-Ho Drive In menu and prices. Hi-D-Ho Drive In Menu Title Welcome to Hi-de-Hi.net An online resource celebrating the legendary Perry and Croft sit-com which ran for an amazing 58 episodes between 1980 and 1988.. You'll find all your favourites in here: Ted, Gladys, Spike, Peggy and many more. The site has the support of several cast members including Su Pollard, Paul Shane, Jeffrey Holland, Tony and David Webb to name but a few.

I love Hi De Hi. I think the programme has aged well. It made me want to work at a holiday camp and I became a Greencoat and Bluecoat because of it. The first holiday camp I worked at in the mid 80's was just like Hi De Hi, same type of characters etc. It was my first proper job and I still think back fondly to my time there.

Hi de ho, baby, so long She don't love me no more Hi de hi, hi de ho This is the way the song goes Hi de hi, hi de ho That's what she said to me Hi de hi, hi de ho This is the way my love goes Hi de hi, hi de ho She wasn't meant for me One night while sitting all alone I heard a ringing on the phone So sweet and gentle as she could be These are Hi-de-Hi! is a British sitcom set in Maplins, a fictional holiday camp, during 1959 and 1960, and was written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft, who also wrote Dad's Army and It Ain't Half Hot Mum amongst others. It aired on the BBC from 1980 to 1988. The title was the phrase used to greet the campers and in early episodes was written Hi de Hi. Since 1999, HI has had special consultative status with the United Nations. Two Nansen Refugee Awards. In 1996, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees named HI as the winner of the Nansen Refugee Award. This prestigious prize acknowledged its “outstanding service to the cause of refugees”. It was a holiday camp catch phrase used bu the BBc in the UK and. the host would shout Hi Di Hi, the guest responded with Ho de. Ho. Since 2006, The Hi De Ho Blog has been dedicated to the King of Hi De Ho who entertained a whole era, between the roaring Twenties until his death in 1994. Jean-François PITET, creator of this website, is also the coauthor of TV documentary "Cab Calloway: Sketches" and has written the script for the comic book "Cab Calloway" by Cabu.