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A comedy series in six parts by RICHARD WARING starring
Derek Waring and Mel Martin
Diana finally hands Rupert back the shares in his firm which he impulsively gave her on their wedding night nine years ago-at a time when they certainly never foresaw their current divorce plans. Unfortunately, due to an unexpected twist of fate, he has to return them to her again half-an-hour later in exchange for some information she has regarding a new housing estate. Such estates tend to have a furnished show-house and if you accidentally get locked in it can prove quite cosy I 4:Fair Sharesfeaturing Paul Daneman
Derek Francis , Elizabeth Counsell
Designer GARRY FREEMAN Producer HAROLD SNOAD

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Waring
Unknown: Derek Waring
Unknown: Mel Martin
Unknown: Paul Daneman
Unknown: Derek Francis
Unknown: Elizabeth Counsell
Designer: Garry Freeman
Producer: Harold Snoad
Rupert Bannister: Derek Waring
Diana Bannister: Mel Martin
George Gilkes: Derek Francis
Pamela Heslop: Elizabeth Counsell
Gladys: Carmel Cryan
John Hastings: Paul Daneman
Policeman: Michael Stainton
Monica: Helen Fraseb
Her deputy: Stella Kemball

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