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Moody And Pegg: She – The Belle Of The Ball (ITV 19 Aug 1974)

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In She – The Belle of the Ball the Ministerial department of bankruptcies and liquidations are holding their annual ball but Daphne has no one to go with. Roland isn’t keen because he is unable to dance but he persuades his French Polishing mate Sid Pascoe to take her. Both have a surprisingly good time and Daphne even gets to have some closure with former lover from Bolton Fred Bracegirdle who is one of the attendees.

Quite a sweet episode really, Roland doing his best to ensure that Daphne is the Belle of the Ball and Sid and Daphne turn out to get on very well indeed, meanwhile George and his cello are hanging around like a bit of a sore thumb. Moody wants to know if he fancies Daphne but George isn’t sure prefering instead to call in and eat the pair of them out of house and home. Meanwhile Daphne’s much older former lover is played by John Ringham best known to audiences for playing Penny’s dad in Just Good Friends but a reliable character player for many years.

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UK | ITV Network – Thames

RUNNING TIME: 60 minutes | AIRDATE: 19 August 1974

WRITERS: Donald Churchill, Julia Jones | DIRECTOR: Mike Vardy

Series: Moody and Pegg Season One Episode Four

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JUDY CORNWELL as Daphne Pegg
DEREK WARING as Roland Moody
TONY SELBY as Sid Pascoe
PETER DENYER as George
JOHN RINGHAM as Fred Bracegirdle
LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR as Miranda
JOHN LINE as Alec
PHILIP FRIEND as Sir Geoffrey Freshwater
GILLIAN COBBOLD as Television Commere
TERENCE CONOLEY as Italian Ambassador
MARY CHAPMAN as Ambassador’s Lady
PETER BETON as M.C.
CHARLES GILLIARD as Toastmaster
FRED BERMAN as Second Toastmaster

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Hazell: Hazell and the Suffolk Ghost (ITV 31 May 1979, with Meg Davies)

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Hazell and the Suffolk Ghost

In Hazell and the Suffolk Ghost our intrepid hero pays a visit to the seaside when an accountant, Peter Harlow, calls him in over a cottage he has been left in a will. He has no idea why he has been left the cottage but since he has taken over ownership more than a few strange things have been happening.

Hazell stays at the cottage for a few days and manages to find no small amount of comfort when Harlow’s wife Stephanie turns up (Harlow himself is in New York). Although there is clearly something spooky going on it’s definitely man made and it doesn’t take Hazell too long to work it out.

The episode was a rare outing outside of London for the series, it was filmed in the East Anglian village of Walberswick and surrounds. Although all the interiors were filmed in studio of coure.

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I may be common but I’m not stupid

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UK / ITV – Thames / 1×50 minute episode / Broadcast Thursday 31 May 1979

Writer: Richard Harris / Production Design: Philip Blowers, Peter Elliot / Director: Mike Vardy

Series: Hazell Season 2 Episode 7

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Nicholas Ball as Hazell
Michael Gaunt as Peter Harlow
John Woodnutt as Vicar
Desmond Llewellyn as Bell
Richard Simpson as Weaver
Meg Davies as Stephanie Harlow
Desmond McNamara as Tel
Peter Woodward as Gregory Summers
Joy Steward as Mrs Summers

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