|Season 6, Episode 18|
|Air date||January 17, 1956|
|Written by||Spike Milligan|
|Produced by||Peter Eton|
|Musical interludes|| "Jeepers Creepers" (Geldray),|
"One Alone" (Ellington)
The Raid of the International Christmas Pudding
The Jet-Propelled Guided NAAFI
Neddie Toulouse-Lautrec's easel is coveted by Count Jim Moriarty, and Neddie's wife Fifi is coveted by nearly everyone else.
Neddie's character is loosely based on the post-Impressionist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who did live in Montmartre for most of his professional career, and who was routinely mocked for his short stature. The real Toulouse-Lautrec was a friend of Paul Gaugin's, but was never married.
This episode was adapted for Telegoons.
- Included in volume 10 of the BBC Radio Classics releases.