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Every Silver Lining

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Last in the series of the sitcom about a couple running a cafe in London's East End, starring Frances de la Tour
Andrew Sachs
While her husband Nat struggles to run the Silver Diner, and her daughter Lorraine revises for exams, Shirley starts wearing mini-skirts and listening to old hits of the 60s. The reason, she confides to Willie, is that she feels jealous of her daughter's education and fears her own epitaph will read "She came, she saw, she made sandwiches". Written by Simon Block.
Director Nick Bye
Producer Richard Boden

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Sachs
Written By: Simon Block.
Director: Nick Bye
Producer: Richard Boden
Shirley Silver: Frances de la Tour
Nat Silver: Andrew Sachs
Willie: Oscar Quitak
Leonard: David Yip
Lorraine: Sarah Maun
Dean: Danny Swanson
Les: Laurence Harrington

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Every Silver Lining

BBC One London, 1 July 1993 20.30






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