Having bought a Gannex mac like Harold Wilson, Harold hopes to be chosen as the ward's new Labour candidate and calls a party meeting, watched by a baleful, Tory-supporting Albert. However ... See full summary »

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Wilfrid Brambell ...
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Howard Douglas ...
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Having bought a Gannex mac like Harold Wilson, Harold hopes to be chosen as the ward's new Labour candidate and calls a party meeting, watched by a baleful, Tory-supporting Albert. However Albert comes to his son's defence when the local party agent Stonelake announces that Harold has not been selected as the prospective candidate because he is too working class and the party are out to court the middle class vote. Written by don @ minifie-1

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8 November 1965 (UK)  »

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