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Mary Whitehouse (I) (1910–2001)

Mary Whitehouse was born on June 13, 1910 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England as Constance Mary Hutcheson. She was married to Ernest Whitehouse. She died on November 23, 2001 in Colchester, Essex, England. See full bio »

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Some You Win
Some You Win Herself
This Week
This Week Herself
D.O.A. Herself - Anti-Smut Crusader


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 2016 A Timewatch Guide (TV Series documentary)
Herself - Nationwide Festival of Light
- Crime and Punishment (2016) ... Herself - Nationwide Festival of Light
 2006 Ban the Sadist Videos! Part 2 (Video documentary)
 2005 Ban the Sadist Videos! (Video documentary)
 2001 Funny Turns (TV Series documentary)
- Paul Eddington: A Life Well Lived (2001) ... Herself
 2000 Fear, Panic & Censorship (TV Movie documentary)
 1997 The Life and Times of Alf Garnett (TV Movie documentary)
 1995 Empire of the Censors (TV Movie documentary)
 1995 The Mrs. Merton Show (TV Series)
- Episode #1.4 (1995) ... Herself
 1993 Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis (TV Movie documentary)
 1990 Question Time (TV Series)
- Episode dated 15 November 1990 (1990) ... Herself
 1988 Time to Talk (TV Series)
- Mary Whitehouse (1988) ... Herself
 1987 The Dame Edna Experience (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1987) ... Herself
 1984 Some You Win (TV Series)
- Episode #1.2 (1984) ... Herself
 1984 Highway (TV Series)
- Colchester (1984) ... Herself
 1982 Friday Night, Saturday Morning (TV Series)
- Episode #6.7 (1982) ... Herself
 1980 D.O.A. (Documentary)
Herself - Anti-Smut Crusader
 1980 The Controversialists (TV Series)
- Mary Whitehouse (1980) ... Herself
 1980 Open Dors (TV Series)
Herself, Panelist
 1977 Scene (TV Series documentary)
- Violence in Entertainment (1977) ... Herself
 1977 Everyman (TV Series documentary)
Herself - Documentary Interviewee
- Blasphemy at the Old Bailey (1977) ... Herself - Documentary Interviewee
 1975 You Must Be Joking! (TV Series)
- Episode #1.6 (1975) ... Herself
- Episode #1.5 (1975) ... Herself
 1975 This Week (TV Series)
 1971 Aquarius (TV Series documentary)
 1970 World in Action (TV Series documentary)
- The State of Denmark (1970) ... Herself
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1 Biographical Movie | 1 Portrayal | 3 Articles | See more »

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Mrs. Mary Whitehouse

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[on Bergerac: The Dig (1990)] As someone who used to watch and enjoy Bergerac (1981), may I say how disappointed I am with its new style. Last night's episode was almost impossible to watch and indeed we turned it off, not least because of the close-up, rapidly changing camera work. Its mood and style was quite unsuitable for family viewing time and one suspects that many adults went to bed with ... See more »


Although she was a regular opponent of the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who (1963) for many years, with the series' script editor from 1968 until 1974, Terrance Dicks, once saying "if there's one thing she hated more than sex, it was Doctor Who (1963)", her criticisms became particularly frequent during the period produced by Philip Hinchcliffe between 1975 and 1977, which she described as "... See more »

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