Coronation Street (1960– )
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Rita tells Elsie the main reason she packed the shop in was Len will have a key to the flat. Ernie starts ballroom dancing at the Community Centre. Ted Loftus asks Hilda to accompany him to... See full summary »

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Hilda Ogden
Bernard Youens ...
Stan Ogden
Graham Haberfield ...
Jerry Booth
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Rita Littlewood (as Barbara Mullaney)
Peter Adamson ...
Len Fairclough
Thelma Barlow ...
Mavis Riley
Neville Buswell ...
Ray Langton
Julie Goodyear ...
Bet Lynch
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Betty Turpin
Stephen Hancock ...
Ernest Bishop
Alan David ...
Glyn Thomas
Diana Davies ...
Norma Ford
Royston Tickner ...
First Stranger
Irene Sutcliffe ...
Maggie Clegg
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Rita tells Elsie the main reason she packed the shop in was Len will have a key to the flat. Ernie starts ballroom dancing at the Community Centre. Ted Loftus asks Hilda to accompany him to it. Jerry offers Mavis the job at the shop but she doesn't like the idea of all the responsibility. Ethel Bostock to stand in as Mayoress during Annie's absence. Len backs down and gives Rita his duplicate key to the flat and promises her an assistant. Rita wants the shop to be called "Rita's" but Len wants it called "The Kabin". Ted wants Hilda to be his dance partner - she agrees. Jerry suggests to Mavis that she apply to be Rita's assistant. Mavis worries about what Rita is like. Annie leaves the Rovers, being driven off in the Mayoral Rolls. Written by GusF

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11 June 1973 (UK)  »

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