Till Death Us Do Part (1965–1975)
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The Garnetts are in the pub when they meet a group of celebrities whom, inevitably, Alf insults - black actor and singer Kenny Lynch, Liverpool comedian Jimmy Tarbuck and tough guy ... See full summary »

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Alf Garnett
Dandy Nichols ...
Else Garnett
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Mike Rawlins
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Rita Rawlins
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Gran
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Himself
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Himself
Dermot Kelly ...
Irish
Arthur Mullard ...
Arthur
Rita Webb ...
Arthur's Wife
Kenny Lynch ...
Himself
Will Stampe ...
Fred the Barman
Cleo Sylvestre ...
Kenny's Girlfriend
Charlie Bird ...
Pub Regular
Fred McNaughton ...
Pub Regular
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The Garnetts are in the pub when they meet a group of celebrities whom, inevitably, Alf insults - black actor and singer Kenny Lynch, Liverpool comedian Jimmy Tarbuck and tough guy Australian actor Ray Barrett, whom Alf describes as 'the man with the holes in his face' due to his scarred complexion. The meeting is not the most cordial. Written by don @ minifie-1

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27 March 1967 (UK)  »

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A right knees-up!
31 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

Alf and co find themselves down the local. No real plot, just lots of insights from Alf (Warren Mitchell), musings from Gran (Joan Sims), and guest appearances by Jimmy Tarbuck and Kenny Lynch as themselves. Kenny Lynch is the inevitable butt of some unfashionable humour from Alf Grnet. There's also appearances from Rita Webb and Arthur Mullard. Not all that funny really, but still nice to watch.

This episode is notable as being a rare survivor on videotape from the black-and-white TV days. It was shown on BBC 4 in about 2005, where I happened to catch it quite by chance. Not sure if it's available commercially, though.


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