Coronation Street (1960– )
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Deirdre tells Ray they're not going to London if they can't find someone to look after Tracy. Ray gets the Bishops to agree to look after her. Eddie and Ken talk Ena into being Queen ... See full summary »

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Stephen Hancock ...
Ernest Bishop
Bryan Mosley ...
Alf Roberts
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Ken Barlow
Bernard Youens ...
Stan Ogden
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Hilda Ogden
Neville Buswell ...
Ray Langton
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Deirdre Langton
Doris Speed ...
Annie Walker
Violet Carson ...
Ena Sharples
Patricia Phoenix ...
Elsie Howard
Julie Goodyear ...
Bet Lynch
Johnny Briggs ...
Mike Baldwin
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Eddie Yeats
Jack Howarth ...
Albert Tatlock
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Emily Bishop
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Deirdre tells Ray they're not going to London if they can't find someone to look after Tracy. Ray gets the Bishops to agree to look after her. Eddie and Ken talk Ena into being Queen Victoria on the Silver Jubilee float. Fred portrays Sir Francis Drake, with one of Jack Walker's bowls. Ernie is Walter Raleigh, Ken Sir Edmund Hillary and Eddie plays a caveman. Annie is Queen Elizabeth I. Emily is thrilled to have Tracy for a weekend. Stan has to move the lorry in the night and leaves the lights on. Deirdre refuses to have the Bishops looking after Tracy; they've never had children. The players sit on the lorry and wait for the off but the lorry's batteries are dead. Written by GusF

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6 June 1977 (UK)  »

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