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Peggy's Pen Friend 

Peggy has a pen friend called Monty. He is seventeen years her senior but she seems happy enough and, in a dress lent her by Gladys, goes on a date with him. Next morning she announces that... See full summary »

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Simon Cadell ...
Jeffrey Fairbrother
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Ruth Madoc ...
Jeffrey Holland ...
Spike Dixon
Leslie Dwyer ...
Mr. Partridge
Felix Bowness ...
Fred Quilley
Diane Holland ...
Yvonne Stuart-Hargreaves
Barry Howard ...
Barry Stuart-Hargreaves
Su Pollard ...
Peggy Ollerenshaw
Nikki Kelly ...
Sylvia Garnsey
Rikki Howard ...
Betty Whistler
Susan Beagley ...
Tracey Bentwood
David Webb ...
Stanley Matthews (as The Webb Twins)
Tony Webb ...
Bruce Matthews (as The Webb Twins)
Chris Andrews ...
Gary
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Peggy has a pen friend called Monty. He is seventeen years her senior but she seems happy enough and, in a dress lent her by Gladys, goes on a date with him. Next morning she announces that he has asked her to marry him. Everybody is keen to see what Monty looks like and the staff spy on him when he takes Peggy for a picnic. However he turns out to be more like thirty years older than her and she later tells Gladys that she turned him down as he really wanted somebody to nurse him in his old age. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Ted: [Ted is concerned that Peggy's pen friend plans to take advantage of her.]
Gladys: I'll have a talk with her. I'll give her the same warning my mother gave me.
Ted: Let's hope she takes more notice.
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Spoofs David Copperfield (1935) See more »

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