Three actresses, lumbered by useless boyfriends, are plucked from a theatrical chorus-line to form a manufactured rock group: the 'Little Ladies'.
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Charlotte Cornwell ...
 Anna Ward 6 episodes, 1976
Julie Covington ...
 Devonia 'Dee' Rhoades 6 episodes, 1976
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 Nancy 'Q' Cunard de Longchamps 6 episodes, 1976
Stephen Moore ...
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Emlyn Price ...
 Derek Huggin 6 episodes, 1976
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 Carl 'Tubes' Benson 5 episodes, 1976
David Joss Buckley ...
Angela Chadfield ...
Ellis Dale ...
 Schubert Birnbaum 4 episodes, 1976
Vivienne Burgess ...
 Mrs. Wynd 3 episodes, 1976
Christopher Neil ...
Bill Stewart ...
Peter Van Hooke ...
 The Group 3 episodes, 1976
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Three actresses, lumbered by useless boyfriends, are plucked from a theatrical chorus-line to form a manufactured rock group: the 'Little Ladies'.

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Enjoyable little British Series
2 December 2011 | by See all my reviews

This is the type of show/movie/presentation I like writing about because it is rather obscure and only the 'faithful' will fully understand. PBS in the States in the late 1970's and early 1980's brought over some highly enjoyable British comedic fare, with 'Monty Python's Flying Circus', then 'No, Honestly', 'Rock Follies', and of course, 'Are You Being Served'.

It was, like, once you got hooked on watching one, you would stay to see the next. Rock Follies which followed the trials and tribulations of three young women who hoped to make it as a rock singing group was probably the weakest of the four as it seemed to lurch between biting comedy and bitter sweet drama with each episode showing the girls barely making it in whatever venue they were unceremoniously dropped, and then failure settling in.

If you really enjoy seeing a musical group starting from scratch and following their lives as they face numerous hurdles both professional and personal, with what would appear to be an insider's look at the music business, and you enjoy the music, then I would recommend this. And for those who remember that rather 'infamous' advertisement for a hair product, you'll get to see who Rula Lenska was. One of the first celebutantes (who really was neither, just like some we know today ;)

It's not for everyone's tastes but British tele can be that way to an American audience. Now when does Season 2 of Downton Abbey return?


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