Flora's lost her engagement ring and is panic stricken. Deducing that it was in Mildred's sewing machine, which is soon to be auctioned, she's prepared to do anything to get it back.

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Episode credited cast:
Peggy Mount ...
Pat Coombs ...
Cissie Lupin
Lally Bowers ...
Dolly Love
Diana King ...
Mildred Fanshaw
Charmian May ...
Miss Milton
Georgina Moon ...
Miss Finch
Johnnie Wade ...
Roger (as Johnny Wade)
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Traffic warden
Pamela Cundell ...
Mrs. Rogers
Patrick Durkin ...
Mr. Murphy
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Barman
Tony Hughes ...
Man at auction
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Auctioneer
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When Mildred puts her sewing machine into an auction Flora realizes her engagement ring is inside it but is outbid by an obnoxious Irishman. When they meet him in the pub they take advantage of his attraction to Cissie to get him drunk and reveal its whereabouts - leading to a junk shop where the ring is recovered but Flora has an accident with a vase. Written by don @ minifie-1

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7 July 1981 (UK)  »

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A great turn from Pamela Cundell steals the laughs.
17 October 2015 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Flora's in a panic, her forty year old engagement ring has disappeared. Cissie and Miss Milton try to help her remember where it is, she'd used Mildred's sewing machine and put it inside. Bad news is that Mildred has sold it to stop Flora borrowing it. After plenty of panic the ladies visit the sale room where it's due to go under the hammer. When parking the van Flora upsets dealer Mr Murphy, arguing over a parking space. At the bidding Mildred and Flora accidentally end up bidding against each other, but Mr Murphy steals it with a late bid. The machine then ends up in the hands of an antique dealer Mrs Rogers, but as always Cissie knows more then she's telling.

The pub scenes with Mr Murphy are really funny, there's been more for Dolly and Mildred to do in this episode. The episode is stolen by Pamela Cundell as is so often the case, she was hilarious as the shop owner, she's only in it a few minutes, but she is magical, the definite 'sell your granny' dealer. 7/10


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