George & Mildred: Season 4, Episode 2

Days of Beer and Rosie (23 Nov. 1978)

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George is surprised and then delighted when young Bill Albright, son of the recently deceased Rosie, approaches him with evidence that he is George's long-lost son, conceived on V.E. Night ... See full summary »

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Yootha Joyce ...
Mildred
Brian Murphy ...
George
Norman Eshley ...
Sheila Fearn ...
Nicholas Bond-Owen ...
Tristram
Jeremy Bulloch ...
Bill Albright
Tony Melody ...
Ernest Groves
Jean Rogers ...
Jenny
Richard Shaw ...
Landlord
Robert Michaels ...
Boy in Pub
Ursula Granville ...
Clerk
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George is surprised and then delighted when young Bill Albright, son of the recently deceased Rosie, approaches him with evidence that he is George's long-lost son, conceived on V.E. Night 1945. There is even a ready-made daughter-in-law and grand-daughter into the bargain. However on further investigation the real father turns out to be George's old friend Ernie. Written by don @ minifie-1

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