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VIDEO: The Chuckle Brothers Play Real Life Hitman


Published at 10:38am 14th March 2016.

The Chuckle Brothers are back on our screens, playing a real life shoot 'em up.

Paul and Barry Chuckle, well known children’s entertainers in the 90's, have embarked on a new journey.

The duo are set the task to become ‘handler’ to Agent 47, to complete their mission to “eliminate a Serbian arms dealer in a real life Hitman experience”.

Agent 47, played by an actor begins by declaring: "I’m under your command, please give me an order. From you to me’.

The comedy duo, described as "the most dangerous men in the UK" are sat behind a computer whilst giving orders to Agent 47.

The brothers direct the hitman by phone and try and tackle multiple ways to complete the ultimate hit.

The production was made possible by Io-Interactive and Realm Pictures, inviting the comedy duo along to promote the launch of HITMAN.

Watch below as the Chuckle Brothers order Agent 47 to hit a man around the head with a spanner, flatten a man with a tumbling statue and thrown in a request to bleed a radiator...

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