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From the April 22 - 29th, 1988 issue of the TV Times.
Sue and fellow Angels Zoe Bryant, Liz Jobling, and Miki Harvey model some of the latest fashions of the day.
Benny drops by also - to keep things well in hand, so to speak!
At the Cabaret Bizarre
Promotional picture from The Benny Hill Show:
Sue as a maid from the "Cabaret Bizarre" sketch.
Thanks to Jeffrey Cook for the scan.
Sue (bottom right) joins Lorraine Doyle (upper right), Louise English (bottom center),
two unknown Angels (left) and Benny as B.A. Baracus.
Benny and Sue
An iconic portrait of Benny and Sue: fellow entertainers and fast friends.
Benny and the Snow Angels
Angels Lesley Woods, Sue, and Anita Ray join snowman Benny for a Yuletide publicity photo.
(See also "Benny the Snowman," below.)
"Benny et Quatre Anges"
A Gallic-looking Benny, happy to be surrounded by
(clockwise from lower left)
Sue, Lorraine Doyle, Zoe Bryant, and Vicki Harris.
"Benny et Quatre Anges, Part Deux"
A color photo from the same shoot.
Benny on BBC America
From Benny's run on BBC America: a promotional graphic featuring Sue, Benny, and Vicki Harris.
Benny the Snowman
A color photo from the same shoot as "Benny and the Snow Angels," above.
Benny the Viking
From the sketch Heroes Through the Ages (April 5, 1989):
Viking Benny poses proudly with Sue (second from left) and the rest of his "booty."
A promotional shot from the April 25th, 1984 show:
Sue, at top left.
"Britain's Finest?" on USA Network
Police Constable Benny is joined by Women's Police Constable Sue (right) and an unidentified Angel WPC,
for this shot publicizing The Benny Hill Show on the American cable channel, USA Network.
The British Comedy All-Star Team
Sue, Benny, Eric Morecambe & Ernie Wise, and other comics assemble for a Thames TV publicity photo.
Catering by Chow Mein
Sue makes the mistake of hiring Chow Mein (Benny) to cater her dinner party.
Ease On Down the Road
A very nice closeup of Sue (left) and Louise English (right) just barely in costume for the "Ease On Down the Road" musical number.
Fred Scuttle Visits America
For a promotional tour of the USA circa 1987, Sue and the rest of the Angels join Benny as Fred Scuttle.
"Good Clean Fun?"
The first page of a Radio Times article from December 1991. Vicki Harris (left) and Sue (right) appear in support of Benny.
"Good Evening, Viewers!"
Sue (lower right), Louise (lower left) and the rest of the Angels join Benny, as cinema commissionaire Fred Scuttle.
Hands-On Police Work
Benny looks very pleased (and who could blame him?) to be manhandled (womanhandled?) by WPCs Sue Upton and Carla de Wansey.
"Mend Your Ways, Sue!"
Sue seems to be getting a kindly yet stern talking-to from clergyman Bob Todd.
Thanks to Jeffrey Cook for the scan.
"Muscle Beach Benny"
Sue and Benny in a promotional pic from the "Hill's Angels Grand Gala" routine, from the show of February 6, 1980.
Click here to read the advertising copy, on the back.
"Nice Work If You Can Get It..."
Another promotional picture from Jeffrey Cook's collection:
Benny, looking smug and happy (and justifiably so!) to be surrounded
by the members of Love Machine, and some of the first Hill's Angels.
(Sue, front row center.)
A Night at Benito's
Benny and Sue as doorman and customer at 19th-century nightclub, Benito's.
Scouting With Benny
Vicki Harris, Benny, and Sue pose in this late-80s promotional picture.
Printed in the Daily Mail, April 13, 2002.
Thanks to Ian for sending it along!
"South Seas Sue"
From Jeffrey Cook's collection of Benny Hill Show promotional photos:
Sue in costume for "An Occasional Man" ...the dance number, that is!
The Stereo Smooch
Lucky Benny gets a simultaneous, "stereo" smooch from Lesley Woods, on the left, and Sue on the right.
Sue Goes Dutch
From a 1984 issue of Dutch magazine Aktueel.
Click here for an English translation of the text: thanks to Maurice de Saxe.
"Sue Laurel & Benny Hardy"
From the April 1 - 7, 1989 issue of the TV Times, Sue and Benny as Stan and Ollie.
Click here to read the accompanying article.
Sue On Guard
From the sketch Superteech (January 5, 1983):
Sue (top center) and the other guards in the employ of Wanda the Wicked West Wickham Whip Woman (Alison Bell, not pictured)
keep a close eye on captives Superteech (Benny) and Princess Jasmine (Louise English).
Sue's TV Times Pinup
From the TV Times of January 20, 1977:
very possibly the sexiest picture of Sue ever taken.
"To Jayne-Marie, With Love from Benny"
Hill's Angel Jayne-Marie kindly sent this scan of a picture autographed to her by Benny.
She's at the far left, standing behind Louise English;
Sue's standing third from left, with her hand on Benny's shoulder.
"A Tribute to Sue Upton"
A montage of some of Sue's many appearances on The Benny Hill Show.
"What Benny Looks For In a Hill's Angel"
Who else but Sue, to illustrate the answer to this question?
From Weekend magazine, No. 4040 (Oct. 20-26, 1982);
click here to read the article.
Who Says Angels Only Wear White?
Sue (over Benny's left shoulder) with the rest of the Angels,
in costume for the "Street Dance in Red" number.
Will the Real Kenny Everett Please Stand Up?
Sue (second top left) with the rest of the girls from the "Hot Gossamer" dance number,
along with both the real Kenny Everett, and Henry McGee as Kenny Everett.
The Wine List
Sue's date ponders the wine list, while Sue looks apprehensive at the thought of either the house red or the house white.
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