In order to avoid deportation, Mr. Humphries may have to marry Mrs. Crawford.



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Episode credited cast:
June Bronhill ...
Reg Gillam ...
Basil Clarke ...
Ken Fraser ...
Tony Bazell ...
Mr. Mankowitz (as Anthony Bazell)
Christine Amor ...
Reg Evans ...
Kerry Daniel ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Roy Baldwin ...
Immigration Official
Bernadette Gibson ...
Sydney Jackson ...
Canteen Chef
John Murphy ...
Mr. Crabtree


In order to avoid deportation, Mr. Humphries may have to marry Mrs. Crawford.

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1981 (Australia)  »

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The only episode in the Australian run not based on an original script from the parent BBC series. See more »


References The Great Escape (1963) See more »

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Mr. Humphries once again escapes the bonds of matrimony.
7 May 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mr. Humphries learns that he might be deported because the proper work visa papers were not filed by Bone Brothers. With the immigration agents closing in on him, Mr. Humphries ties to disguise himself as an Australian maintenance man, but his characteristic mincing walk gives him away. He considers a marriage of convenience to Mrs. Crawford but at the last minute a substitute arrangement is worked out.

The question that is left open in this episode is why Wilberforce Clayborne Humphries, dedicated mother's boy with a circle of friends and a job in England would go to all this trouble to stay in Australia. This question is never addressed, and the viewer is left to wonder what Mr. Humphries is running from

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