Hugh and I Spy

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Hugh and I Spy
Genre Sitcom
Starring Terry Scott
Hugh Lloyd
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of episodes 6
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel BBC
Original run 22 January – 26 February 1968

Hugh and I Spy was a black-and-white British sitcom that was transmitted in 1968. It was the sequel of the long-running Hugh and I. Hugh and I Spy was written by John Chapman and produced by David Croft.

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Outline[edit]

The sixth and final series of Hugh and I showed Terry and Hugh on a cruise, Hugh having won £5,000 on the Premium Bonds. In Hugh and I Spy, they have returned but they get unwillingly involved in espionage and double-dealing. Each episode ended in a cliffhanger.

All the episodes were thought to be lost until 2013 when the sixth episode was recovered.[1] (See Wiping).

Episodes[edit]

  1. Yellow Peril (22 January 1968)
  2. The Heights of Madness (29 January 1968)
  3. Checkpoimt Charlies (5 February 1968)
  4. Holy Smoke (12 February 1968)
  5. Five In A Bed (19 February 1968)
  6. Tea or Coffin (26 February 1968) (Recovered June 2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hugh and I Spy, lostshows.com

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