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Pilot Paradise: Happy Ever After

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Written by John Chapman and Eric Merriman

The first in a three-part season of pilot programmes which became classic comedy series. Happy Ever After, made in 1974 as one of the Comedy Playhouse series, was set in the family home of Terry and June Fletcher, a couple adjusting to life alone after their children have flown the nest. Five series of Happy Ever After followed.

Contributors

Writer: John Chapman
Writer: Eric Merriman
Producer: Peter Whitmore
Terry Fletcher: Terry Scott
June Fletcher: June Whitfield
Gordon: Roger Davis
Susan Fletcher: Lena Clemo
Debbie Fletcher: Caroline Whitaker
David Turner: Paul Greenwood
Aunt Lucy: Beryl Cooke
Driver: David Carter
Driver: Philip Ryan

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Pilot Paradise: Happy Ever After

BBC Two England, 17 May 1996 23.15






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