7 of 1: Season 1, Episode 7

I'll Fly You for a Quid (6 May 1973)

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Grandpa Owen dies concealing a winning betting slip. His gambling-mad family is desperate to prove 'you can't take it with you'.

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Evan Owen / Grandpa Owen
Emrys James ...
Reverend Simmonds
Richard O'Callaghan ...
Mortlake Owen
Margaret John ...
Mrs. Owen
Beth Morris ...
April Owen
Talfryn Thomas ...
Mr. Pugh
Gwyneth Owen ...
Auntie
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Grandpa Owen dies concealing a winning betting slip. His gambling-mad family is desperate to prove 'you can't take it with you'.

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18 March 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Set around a sleepy Welsh village, it opens during Sunday service in the village chapel, and the vicar giving a lecture on the evils of gambling (despite the fact it becomes obvious he is fighting a losing battle - the organist is filling in his pools coupon at the time, and the villagers even wager on what book in the bible the vicar chooses as part of his sermon!) The main plot line centres on Evan Owen (Ronnie Barker) trying to find his late father's (Barker again!)betting slip which happens to be a winner. However it falls into the hands of the anti-gambling vicar who refuses to hand it back. An excellent one-off comedy that wouldn't have made it as a series as the laughs associated with the plot line were so few.


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