A coming-of-age story set in the 19th century England about Edwin Clayhanger, a young man who wants to be an architect, but it is expected of him to continue the family's printing business which he accepts for the time being.
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...  Edwin Clayhanger 22 episodes, 1976
...  Hilda Lessways / ... 21 episodes, 1976
Thelma Whiteley ...  Maggie Clayhanger 21 episodes, 1976
Louise Purnell ...  Janet Orgreave 20 episodes, 1976
...  Auntie Hamps 15 episodes, 1976
...  Darius Clayhanger 14 episodes, 1976
Bruce Purchase ...  Big James 14 episodes, 1976
Timothy Woolgar ...  George Cannon Jr. / ... 12 episodes, 1976
...  Osmond Orgreave 12 episodes, 1976
Anne Carroll ...  Clara Benbow 11 episodes, 1976
...  George Cannon 10 episodes, 1976
...  Albert Benbow 10 episodes, 1976
...  Tertius Ingpen 9 episodes, 1976
Hugh Walters ...  Stifford 9 episodes, 1976
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A coming-of-age story set in the 19th century England about Edwin Clayhanger, a young man who wants to be an architect, but it is expected of him to continue the family's printing business which he accepts for the time being.

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La saga de los Clayhanger  »

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A superb, forgotten, UK TV series.
25 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

It is a shame that really excellent UK series, like this one with Janet Suzman, Louise Purnell, et al, are buried and forgotten. This was shown on UK TV in the 70s, and has not been heard from since.

Other forgotten gems:

The Gravy Train (Ian Richardson), a wonderful spoof on the European bureaucracy. This was shown on Canadian TV, but as far as I know, never in the US.

The Gravy Train Goes East (Ian Richardson), continuation of the series above.

Porterhouse Blue, (Ian Richardson), a satire on college life at Oxbridge.

The Glittering Prizes (Tom Conte), a wonderful series about a group of Cambridge students and their later lives and careers. I think this was shown on Masterpiece Theater when it came out in the 70s.

Added: Dec. 2009: Fortunately the last four series are now available, and highly recommended. Unfortunately, Clayhanger is still hanging.


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