Fame Is the Spur (TV series)
|Fame is the Spur|
|Written by||Howard Spring (novel)|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Original release||8 January – 26 February 1982|
Fame is the Spur is a British television series which first aired on the BBC in 1982. It was based on the novel Fame Is the Spur by Howard Spring. It depicts a socialist politician who betrays his early beliefs as he grows older, and was believed to be based upon the Labour Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald. It had previously been adapted as a film Fame Is the Spur by the Boulting Brothers in 1947.
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