BBC West/Bristol | Television Plays 1955-1974

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Television plays produced by BBC West/Bristol 1955-1974.

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9. Saturday Playhouse (1958–1961)
Episode: The Farmer's Wife (1959)

90 min | Drama

After his daughter weds, a middle-aged widower with a profitable farm decides to remarry but finds choosing a suitable mate a problematic process.

Director: Patrick Dromgoole | Stars: Joyce Carey, Doreen Aris, Catherine Feller, Peggy Thorpe-Bates

17. The Farmer's Wife (1955 TV Movie)

105 min | Comedy

After his daughter weds, a middle-aged widower with a profitable farm decides to remarry but finds choosing a suitable mate a problematic process.

Director: Owen Reed | Stars: Hedley Goodall, Margaret Stallard, Pat Gibson, Jan Stewer

25. Out of Town Theatre (1966– )
Episode: A Pretty Row of Pretty Ribbons (1966)

25 min | Drama

A young girl, around 13, is home alone. The scene starts with this young girl admiring herself in front of a mirror and in the background a mans face appears in the window. He is about 40 ... See full summary »

Director: Michael Croucher | Stars: Philip Locke, Cherie Lunghi

33. Stuff and Nonsense (1960 TV Movie)

50 min | Romance

June is bringing her beau, Sidney, home to meet her family. Three generations of the family live in the basement flat in Parsons Green, surrounded by the stuffed remains of the family pets.... See full summary »

Director: Brandon Acton-Bond | Stars: Richard Pearson, Patsy Rowlands, Dandy Nichols, Gretchen Franklin

35. Busman's Honeymoon (1957 TV Movie)

88 min | Mystery

Lord Peter Wimsey persuades novelist Harriet Vane to marry him, but their honeymoon is interrupted by murder.

Director: Brandon Acton-Bond | Stars: Peter Gray, Sarah Lawson, Charles Lloyd Pack, Arthur Goullet



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