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"Happy Families" Edith (1985)

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Original Air Date:
17 October 1985 (Season 1, Episode 1)


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Paul Jackson 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ben Elton  written by

Produced by
Paul Jackson .... producer
Alan Wright .... assistant producer
Original Music by
David McNiven 
Production Design by
Mel Bibby (designer)
Costume Design by
Mechael Taylor 
Makeup Department
Liz McClusky .... makeup designer (as Elizabeth McClusky)
Sally Sutton .... makeup artist: Jennifer Saunders
Art Department
Mark Allen .... graphic designer
Dennis Slater .... property buyer
Sound Department
Francis Cooke .... dubbing mixer
Malcolm Hill .... film recordist
Mike J. Turner .... film recordist
Visual Effects by
Jim Francis .... visual effects designer
Camera and Electrical Department
Warwick Bedford .... still photographer
Ian Dabbs .... camera operator
William Dudman .... lighting cameraman
Allan Parker .... gaffer electrician (as Alan Parker)
Editorial Department
Chris Royle .... film editor
Christine Royle .... film editor (as Chris Royle)
Other crew
Anne Comer .... production assistant
Dona DiStefano .... assistant floor manager (as Dona Di Stefano)

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