The Darling Buds of May (1991–1993)
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The Darling Buds of May: Part 2 

Having woken with a hangover but determined to stay at Home Farm, 'Charley' as the family call him ,decides to accompany the Larkins on a strawberry-picking outing where he catches the eye ... See full summary »

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Philip Franks ...
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Mariette (as Catherine Zeta Jones)
Moray Watson ...
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Peter Gale ...
Mr. Shell
Shirley Cain ...
Mrs. Hall
Anna Skye ...
Pauline Jackson
Arbel Jones ...
Poll
Jane Wood ...
Lill
David Squire ...
Sid Jennings
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Having woken with a hangover but determined to stay at Home Farm, 'Charley' as the family call him ,decides to accompany the Larkins on a strawberry-picking outing where he catches the eye of local vamp Pauline Jackson. She vies with Mariette for his attentions but Mariette wins and the couple decide to get married, with Pop's blessing. Written by don @ minifie-1

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14 April 1991 (UK)  »

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Calling All Workers
(uncredited)
Performed by English Light Concert Orchestra (uncredited)
Written by Eric Coates
Published by Chappell Recorded Music Library
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doesn't have quite the level of charm as Part 1
21 May 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Part 1 just wins you over. Though it's a far cry from my usual fare, I went in with high expectations, assured I would be, like Charley, charmed again. Part 1 and Part 2 is really, very obviously, intended to be one continuous unit, but for network purposes, sliced in half. But the second half of what is the pilot episode, doesn't even nearly reach the level of absolute likability that was the trademark of the first. Not saying it's bad, not at all, there is still oodles of that down-home country charm, there is still that magic, but not as much as in that first stretch.


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