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  1. The Grand Knockout Tournament (also known as It's a Royal Knockout) was a one-off charity event which took place on 15 June 1987, and was shown on British television on 19 June 1987 (BBC1, repeated on 27 December 1987), in addition to airing on American TV via the USA Network on 12 August 1987, and European satellite channel ...

  2. A 1987 TV special featuring celebrities in costumes and medieval games, hosted by Stuart Hall and Lord Knock of Alton. The show was sponsored by the British Royal Family and sparked controversy for its lowbrow humor and royal involvement.

    • (114)
    • Comedy, Family, Game-Show
    • Geoff Wilson, Martin Hughes
    • 1987-08-12
  3. 23 de dez. de 2011 · The Grand Knockout Tournament from 1987. Royal charity game tournament at Alton Towers Park England. Features many entertainment stars and other celebrities. 4 teams each headed by the Duke...

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  4. 30 de jan. de 2012 · The Grand Knockout Tournament (colloquially also known as It's a Royal Knockout) was a one-off charity event which was shown on British television on 19 June 1987.

    • 30 min
    • 132,9K
    • DAVID MICHAEL PYPER
  5. A TV special featuring celebrities competing in various sports and games, hosted by Prince Edward and others. See the full list of participants, judges, producers, and crew members on IMDb.

  6. In 1987, Alton Towers hosted a celebrity version of the game show It’s A Knock Out, called The Grand Knockout Tournament. The event was produced by Prince Edward and featured famous faces from various fields, such as John Travolta, Cliff Richard and Anneka Rice.

  7. The Grand Knockout Tournament (colloquially also known as It's a Royal Knockout) was a one-off charity event which was shown on British television on 19 June 1987. It followed the format of It's a Knockout, a slapstick TV gameshow which was broadcast in the UK until 1982.