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"Last of the Summer Wine" The Changing Face of Rural Blamire (1975)

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Original Air Date:
19 March 1975 (Season 2, Episode 3)
Thinking they have to much free time on their hands the trio decides to find some kind of occupation. They come across a dodgy bankrupted dealer who persuades them to sell his new product, with disastrous results, particularly for Blamire. | Add synopsis »


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Episode Crew
Directed by
Bernard Thompson (uncredited)
Writing credits
Roy Clarke (written by)

Produced by
Bernard Thompson .... producer
Original Music by
Ronnie Hazlehurst 
Film Editing by
John Griffith 
Production Design by
Andy Dimond (designer)
Makeup Department
Jacqui Fitzmaurice .... makeup artist (as Jackie Fitz-Maurice)
Sue Bide .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Sound Department
Peter Edwards .... film sound
Clive Gifford .... sound: studio
Graham Hare .... film sound
Camera and Electrical Department
A.A. Englander .... film cameraman
Reg Pope .... film cameraman
Richie Richardson .... studio lighting (as Ritchie Richardson)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Valerie Spooner .... costumes
Music Department
Ronnie Hazlehurst .... conductor
Harry Pitch .... musician: harmonica, title music (uncredited)
Other crew
Chris Breeze .... production assistant
Michael Cager .... production assistant
Crew believed to be complete

Production Companies

Additional Details

UK:PG (video rating) (2002)

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[first lines]
Blamire:Charming view. Sort of... boring.
Clegg:Nearly sickly enough for a postcard.
Compo:If I were a painter, I'd paint that.
Blamire:Oh, yes? What colour, eh? Great daubs of 'Up Leeds United'?
Clegg:How about 'Welshman go home'?
Compo:No, you can't send 'em home. They only get mistreated if they can't speak Welsh.
Blamire:What this view lacks is a few factory chimneys. Then perhaps there'd some work for our kind.
Compo:You try speaking for yourself. Some of us are idle enough to still appreciate things like this. Anyroad, if them were all built up, where could I exercise my ferrets?
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