The First Lady (1968–1969)
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As part of her official duties, Sarah Danby has to watch a very sexy foreign film. Irrepressible, as usual, she makes a number of comments about it - especially on the reaction of Will ... See full summary »

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Henry Knowles ...
Tom Danby
Robert Keegan ...
Will Tarrant
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George Kingston
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Diane Appleby ...
Beth Warner
John Baskcomb ...
Ted Wilkinson
Alan Bennion ...
Baker
Lala Lloyd ...
Mrs. Busby
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Houghton
Jane Walker ...
Houghton's Secretary
John Wentworth ...
Sir William Froude
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As part of her official duties, Sarah Danby has to watch a very sexy foreign film. Irrepressible, as usual, she makes a number of comments about it - especially on the reaction of Will Tarrant and the other male councillors. The trouble is that next day the entire proceedings are published in "The Gazette". Someone has leaked to the press and suspicion inevitably falls upon Sarah. However, the same day Sarah is invited to become a director of the newspaper and discovers that this invitation could be a cover-up for a devious plot affecting everyone in Furness. Written by Anonymous

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8 August 1968 (UK)  »

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