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Mr. Ernest Grainger (Character)
from "Are You Being Served?" (1972)

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Mr Ernest Grainger was the first and longest serving Senior of the Men's Dept... See more »
Alternate Names:
Mr. Grainger


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  1. Are You Being Served? (2016) (TV) Played by Roy Barraclough (as Mr. Grainger)

  2. Beane's of Boston (1979) (TV) Played by Morgan Farley (as Mr. Grainger)
  3. Are You Being Served? (1977) Played by Arthur Brough (as Mr. Grainger)
  4. "Are You Being Served?"
        - It Pays to Advertise (1977) TV episode, Played by Arthur Brough
        - Goodbye Mr. Grainger (1977) TV episode, Played by Arthur Brough
        - Take-Over (1977) TV episode, Played by Arthur Brough
        - The Old Order Changes (1977) TV episode, Played by Arthur Brough
        - Founder's Day (1977) TV episode, Played by Arthur Brough
          (29 more)
  5. "Comedy Playhouse"
        - Are You Being Served? (1972) TV episode, Played by Arthur Brough
Archive Footage:
  1. Mollie Sugden: A Tribute (2009) (TV) Played by Arthur Brough
  2. The Best of 'Are You Being Served?' (1992) (TV) Played by Arthur Brough

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From "Are You Being Served?: German Week (#3.6)" (1975)
[discussing the German signs]
Mrs. Slocombe: One dear old lady customer of mine got a terrible shock. She was caught short and walked straight through the door marked "Herren".
Captain Peacock: You should have directed her to the door marked "Damen".
Mrs. Slocombe: I didn't have time. She saw the word "Her" and was off!
Mr. Grainger: And I'm here to tell you that she won't make the same mistake again.
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