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Odd Balls

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
TheconcludingepisodeofDonHowarth's four-part comedy series.
Jack Acorn: Disputed Inheritance. When
Fred Melthorpe inherits an estate from his estranged father, he also inherits Jack Acorn , the general factotum. But Jack is not all that he seems and there are unpleasant discoveries to be made. Producer Sue Wilson . Director
Julie Beckett
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Contributors

Unknown: Fred Melthorpe
Unknown: Jack Acorn
Producer: Sue Wilson
Director: Julie Beckett
Jack: John Webb
Fred: Stephen Tomlln
Joey: Alex Trinder
MrsSimcock: Pauline Jefferson

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