Till Death Us Do Part (1965–1975)
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Arguments, Arguments... 

Proud house owner and Tory Alf is very angry by his socialist son-in-law, Mike's comments about the family home being a slum,further humiliation and arguments follow in a boozy session in the local pub.

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Anthony Booth ...
Dandy Nichols ...
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Will Stampe ...
Fred
Rita Webb ...
Singing Pubgoer
Charlie Bird ...
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Fred McNaughton ...
Pub Regular
Tom Clegg
Paul Lindley ...
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To the annoyance of his long suffering wife Else, right-winger Alf Garnett is arguing with daughter Rita's Scouse husband Mike, a staunch socialist. The argument continues in the pub where Alf tries to confiscate Mike's darts but after a drunken skinful the two men have called a truce and are arguing with their womenfolk who decry their drunken antics. Next morning things are back to normal as everybody is at each other's throats. Written by don @ minifie-1

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6 June 1966 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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