FATHER DEAR FATHER - THE COMPLETE SERIES 1
Patrick Glover (Patrick Cargill) is a divorced thriller novelist attempting to raise & keep the peace between his two teenaged daughters Anna (Natasha Pyne) & Karen (Ann Holloway). Helping (but sometimes hindering) his efforts is Nanny (Noel Dyson), his ex-wife Barbara (Ursula Howells), his dotty mother (Joyce Carey) & his agent/girlfriend Georgie (Sally Bazely) .... not forgetting H.G. Wells, Patrick's lazy St. Bernard.Premiering in 1968, Patrick Cargill (already a popular actor) found his comic niche as harassed father of 2 Patrick Glover in Father, Dear Father. The series became one of Thames' most successful & long running sitcoms, spanning 7 seasons including a feature film version in 1972 & a spin off series filmed in Australia.For the first time, the rarely seen original black & white episodes from Series 1 of Father, Dear Father are collected on DVD, complete & uncut including the original broadcast adcaps.EPISODES:THE PROPOSAL - Fearing his teenage daughters are running riot, divorcee Patrick Glover decides to provide them with a new mother.PUSSIES GALORE - When Anna & Karen smuggle a pregnant cat into the house, Patrick believes one of them is the mother to be.THE RETURN OF THE MUMMY - When Patrick's ex-wife arrives having left her husband, Nanny soon begins match-making.PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED - Karen follows in her father's footsteps by writing a novel, but the adult content of the story leads to gossip in the publishing community.IT WON'T BE A STYLISH MARRIAGE - When Anna decides to marry her latest boyfriend, Patrick gets the wrong idea & thinks Nanny is the bride to be.I SHOULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT - Where has Patrick Glover been at 8 o'clock for the last two weeks? And why does he come home full of aches and pains? (Guest stars June Whitfield & Richard O'Sullivan)LOST WEEKEND - Patrick misunderstands Georgie's innocent invitation to a literary conference in Brighton, but with Anna appearing in a play, who's invitation will he accept?
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