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A Family at War (TV Series 1970–1972) Poster

(1970–1972)

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Due to a union action by TV technicians, episodes A Family at War: Giving and Taking (1971) (2.12) to A Family at War: A Separate Peace (1971) (2.19) were made in black and white as a protest over pay.
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The initial title was "Conflict", reflecting family tensions as well as world events.
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John Finch states that he only wrote the original treatment as a ruse to be invited to the annual Granada conference where new drama ideas were discussed. He was surprised that his idea was almost the only one discussed. Granada was noted for avoiding lavish costume drama, but liked the concept of a drama based around less expensive studio-based domestic interiors with a minimum of location shooting.
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