Dating mr darcy by sarah arthur
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But, oh, to be able to turn back the clock, and remonstrate with the short sighted executives who insisted tapes were wiped. and 3 Firecrackers - I really enjoyed this Will Hay-type comedy.
Here are just three fine series the first two of which have some survivors, but all of which I would love to see again, but probably never will: 1 Hancock's Half Hour - several gems missing- I remember one particular, The Wrong Man from 1959. 4.1 Ericson the Viking 4.3 The Set That Failed (1959) 4.4 The New Nose 4.11 The Oak Tree 4.12 The Knighthood 5.1 The Economy Drive 5.3 Lord Byron Lived Here 5.4 Twelve Angry Young Men 5.5 The Train Journey 5.6 The Cruise By common consent his BBC Half Hour was the pinnacle of early TV comedy.
So many wonderful comedy gems have been needlessly wiped!
Of course, to put it another way, a lot of dud material too, some of which, like Meet the Wife, have irritatingly survived the years.
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