Bless Me Father (1978–1981)
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The Doomsday Chair 

The absence of true faith always leads to superstition. That's Father Duddleswell's stand which he must now back by challenging the local legend of the doomsday chair - a cushioned seat, ... See full summary »

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The absence of true faith always leads to superstition. That's Father Duddleswell's stand which he must now back by challenging the local legend of the doomsday chair - a cushioned seat, situated in a local pub, that reputedly brings death within a week to whomever sits on it. Written by statmanjeff

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15 October 1978 (UK)  »

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Paddy: Can I buy ya a drink, Father?
Father Charles Clement Duddleswell: No, not now, Paddy, no-no-no. Why have I not seen you at Mass these past few Sundays?
Paddy: Well, you didn't see me because... probably I was prayin' with me eyes closed, Father.
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"Bless 'Em All' (also known as The Long And The Short And The Tall)
Written by Fred Godfrey (II)'
Performed by the Crowd in the Red Lion
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