The Fenn Street Gang: Season 1, Episode 4

Horses for Courses (8 Oct. 1971)

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Episode credited cast:
Peter Cleall ...
David Barry ...
Liz Gebhardt ...
Peter Denyer ...
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Peter Bayliss ...
Terry Duggan ...
Barman
Richard Everett ...
Michael
Oliver Maguire ...
Policeman
Stanley Meadows ...
Mr. Grimshaw
James Murray ...
Young man
Barbara Ogilvie ...
Woman
Sally Thomsett ...
Girl
Merlyn Ward ...
Terry
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"You're drunk! You're disgusting!"
27 April 2007 | by (Ambrosia) – See all my reviews

Craven, now a G.P.O. courier, fears the sack after wrecking his motorbike. Reporting it stolen, he along with Duffy and Frankie, push it off a bridge. But a woman sees them and calls the police. Frogmen search the river for a body.

Meanwhile, Dennis has been invited to a trendy party by Maureen. Feeling out of place, he goes home. Maureen follows, and on seeing the police dredging the river, thinks he has committed suicide...

No horses appear in this Geoff Rowley and Andy Baker penned episode, which makes the title a bit of a mystery. There's a touching moment as Dennis tells Maureen he misses his friends, and wishes they were all back at school. Sally Thomsett appears as 'Kathleen', a dizzy blonde who mistakes Dennis for a private eye. Two years later, her pert bottom would grace the opening credits of 'Man About The House'.

Funniest moment - a paralytic David Dunstable admonishing his son for coming home drunk!


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