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A photographer and his agent come to the yard asking if they can use it as a backdrop for a model shoot. Harold sees it as a chance to make some cash and agrees, sporting a velvet smoking-jacket and shades when the company arrive. The model girls assume he is blind and start to change in front of him, calling Harold a pervert when it is revealed that he can see. Harold suggests that he might pose with the girls to add atmosphere but once again he ends up getting upstaged by his father. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Back in Fashion
16 January 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It is the start of the final series of Steptoe & Son and we really are heading into 1970s fashion. Harold seems to look just a little older and more the 1970s medallion man.

Two men wander in wanting to use the junk yard for a photo shoot featuring young models. Harold is keen on it but Albert only for a hefty price. When the day arrives Harold dresses up as a blind Hugh Hefner. Albert is just happy to sneak a peek of the girls, even drilling a hole through the ceiling but it is Harold that gets caught by the girls who think he is the dirty old man.

As always Harold chance to be pictured with the girls are dashed when Albert walks in wearing a collection of his old 1930s clothing looking like a suave gangster.

A rather silly episode but it did give me a few laughs and nice to see some familiar faces. Roy Holder appeared in Sorry, Madeline Smith was in lots of 1970s comedy shows and Ava Cadell is now a therapist to the Hollywood Stars.


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