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Duty Free (1984): Keith Barron gets trapped in the Costa Del Sol

Season 4, Ep. 28

We look at the 1980s British sitcom Duty Free starring Keith Barron, after being obsessed with it thanks to a Vic and Bob mention. Music comes from The Rampants

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