My Good Woman (ITV Sitcom, Leslie Crowther, Sylvia Syms)

In ITV sitcom My Good Woman Clive Gibbons (Leslie Crowther) rarely sees his wife Sylvia (Sylvia Syms), thanks to her obsession with raising money for charity.

Clive ran an antiques business and othjer regulars included next door neighbour Philip Broadmore (Keith Barron) and his lothario friend Bob Berris (Glyn Houston). Also on the scene was vicar the Reverend Hooper (Richard Wilson).

There was a short special broadcast as part of the All-Star Comedy Carnival on 25 December 1973.

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Leslie Crowther was making his ITV sitcom debut and Sylvia was making her TV comedy debut.

Cast: Leslie Crowther as Clive Gibbons; Sylvia Syms as Sylvia Gibbons; Richard Wilson as Rev Martin Hooper; Keith Barron as Philip Broadmore (Seasons 1 & 2); Marika Mann as Carolyn Broadmore (Season 1); Glyn Houston as Bob Berris (Seasons 4 & 5)

Writer: Ronnie Taylor / Producers: Les Chatfield, William G. Stewart, Ronnie Baxter

UK / ITV – ATV / 38×30 minute episodes / 24 February 1972 – 15 October 1974

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