Odd Man Out (1977– )
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A Chip Off the Old Block 

Neville owns a Blackpool fish and chip shop when he is brought the news that his father has just died and left him Littlehampton rock factory. He is now a part-owner of the factory but it is running at a loss and the bank wants its money.

Director:

Anthony Parker

Writer:

Vince Powell

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
John Inman ... Neville Sutcliffe
Josephine Tewson ... Dorothy Sutcliffe
Avril Angers Avril Angers ... Ma
Peter Butterworth ... Wilf
Vivienne Johnson ... Marilyn
Glenna Forster-Jones Glenna Forster-Jones ... Cleo
Jan Harding Jan Harding ... Percy
Julian Orchard ... Mr. Bold
Betty Alberge ... Aunt Cissie
Brian Osborne Brian Osborne ... Taxi Driver
Raymond Bowers Raymond Bowers ... Man in Chip Shop
Len Marten ... Ticket Collector
Maggie Mancuso ... Woman in Chip Shop (as Maggie Petersen)
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Neville owns and runs a Blackpool fish and chip shop when a solicitor comes to see him. Neville was brought up in an orphanage during the war but he is brought the news that his estranged father has just died. Neville travels down to Littlehampton where his father made seaside rock. He is now the part-owner of the business but it is not going well and has debts of £30 000. He also meets a half-sister, Dorothy, with whom he has an inauspicious initial meeting. Finally, there comes the news that the bank wants its money. Written by jem

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Connections

References Crossroads (1964) See more »

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Country:

UK

Release Date:

27 October 1977 (UK) See more »

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