Harold almost ties the knot, but his bride gets cold feet, much to the joy of Albert.

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Harry H. Corbett ...
Wilfrid Brambell ...
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Uncle Arthur
Rose Hill ...
Auntie May
Joan Newell ...
Aunt Ethel
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Melanie's Mother
Robert Webber ...
the Vicar
Karol Hagar ...
Melanie
Rita Webb ...
Auntie Freda
Gretchen Franklin ...
Aunt Daphne
Fred Hugh ...
First Man
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Melanie's Father
George Tovey ...
Second Man
George Hirste ...
Uncle Ted
Betty Cardno ...
First Woman
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A nervous Harold, with Albert as his best man, goes to church to marry Melanie but she turns him down at the altar. Harold only wants to go home to grieve in peace but all the relatives arrive to claim back their presents. At least the honeymoon suite is still booked so Steptoe and Son can have a holiday together. Written by don @ minifie-1

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4 October 1965 (UK)  »

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And Afterwards at...
13 March 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It is the start of the fourth series and Harold is about to get hitched at last. Even though his son is approaching middle age, Albert is not happy even though Harold has met all the conditions he wanted such as staying with them.

However as his bride to be Melanie walks down the alter she gets the jitters and much to Albert's happiness she jilts Harold leaving him distraught. Later on as Harold drowns his sorrows his relatives turn up wanting their wedding presents back.

Lots of pathos in this episode as Harold tries to overcome his shock but Albert can barely conceal his pleasure at times apart from arguing with Melanie's mother and later his own siblings.


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