George & Mildred (1976–1979)
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When their house is subject to a compulsory purchase order the Ropers must move. Mildred sees her dream house in suburbia, next door to yuppie couple Ann and Jeffrey Fourmile and their ... See full summary »

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George
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When their house is subject to a compulsory purchase order the Ropers must move. Mildred sees her dream house in suburbia, next door to yuppie couple Ann and Jeffrey Fourmile and their seven-year-old son Tristram. Jeffrey is appalled by George and pretends the house is already sold to prevent him and Mildred moving in but Tristram explains that his dad is lying and the Ropers get the house. Written by don @ minifie-1

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6 September 1976 (UK)  »

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This show, is a spin off of "Man About The House" and "Robin's Nest". And all of these shows were brought the U.S. a few years later and made famous under the titles "Three's Company" and the spin off "The Ropers". See more »

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Mildred Roper: George, how can you be so ignorant? They don't have mud in Hampton Wick!
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References Coronation Street (1960) See more »

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