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Women of Coronation Street (1998)

All about the most memorable female characters from Britain's premier soap opera, "Coronation Street".





Cast overview, first billed only:
Hilda Ogden
Betty Williams
Patricia Phoenix ...
Elsie Tanner (archive footage)
Peter Adamson ...
Len Fairclough (archive footage)
Julie Goodyear ...
Bet Lynch / Bet Gilroy (archive footage)
Valerie Barlow (archive footage)
Callen Angelo ...
Gary Strauss (archive footage)
Emily Nugent / Emily Bishop (archive footage)
Bryan Mosley ...
Alf Roberts (archive footage)
Rita Littlewood / Rita Fairclough / Sullivan (archive footage)
Thelma Barlow ...
Mavis Riley (archive footage)
Johnny Briggs ...
Mike Baldwin (archive footage)
Doris Speed ...
Annie Walker (archive footage)
Arthur Leslie ...
Jack Walker (archive footage)
Violet Carson ...
Ena Sharples (archive footage)


All about the most memorable female characters from Britain's premier soap opera, "Coronation Street".

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28 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

This was a good video! It showed Hilda Ogden talking to Betty Williams/Turpin about the old times. Sort of a reminiscing about the old times and the old characters who have walked the street. It was really good. Betty was Betty and Hilda was superb. Jean got straight back into the famous role she played after an absence of over 10 years. Great!

The archive footage was good and acted very well and the scenes between Hilda and Betty were good, funny and very memorable. Great! Well done to the makers of Coronation STreet for this. Well done! A 6 close to a 7!

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