Satire on apartheid and prejudice set in a version of Britain where anyone under 5 feet tall was considered a second class citizen and sent to live in tower-block ghettos.
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Paul Haley ...
 Mr. Wallace 1 episode, 1987
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 Newspaper Seller 1 episode, 1987
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Satire on apartheid and prejudice set in a version of Britain where anyone under 5 feet tall was considered a second class citizen and sent to live in tower-block ghettos.

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26 January 1987 (UK)  »

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I watched every episode
9 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

I think it was taken 'off air' as there was a hint that it may have been making fun of 'small people' The politically correct brigade were around at that time too!!

I always remember the guy who used to be a 'tall' then he was banished to the ghetto after they changed to metric :-) I've tried everywhere to buy a copy of the complete series without success. If anyone knows where I could locate one then I would be most grateful Also starred David Rappaport I believe. His 'student card' picture was of the top half of his head only, as the chair in the photo booth only wound up so far


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