Not in Front of the Children (TV series)
|Not in Front of the Children|
|Created by||Richard Waring|
Paul Daneman (series 1)
Ronald Hines (series 2-4)
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||4|
|No. of episodes||39|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original release||26 May 1967– 9 January 1970|
It starred Wendy Craig as Jennifer Corner, a rather scatterbrained middle-class homemaker. Her husband Henry was a school art teacher, played by Paul Daneman in the Comedy Playhouse pilot "House in a Tree" and the first series, and Ronald Hines subsequently. They had three children, a boy in his early teens (played by Hugo Keith-Johnston) and two girls who were slightly younger (played by Roberta Tovey and Jill Riddick). Charlotte Mitchell played her friend Mary.
In later series she had a baby and they moved from the London suburb of Battersea to the country.
It is significant mainly as Wendy Craig's first role as a scatty housewife; she played similar roles in several other series over the next 15 years.
- Series 1: episode 3: The Word (8 September 1967)
- Series 2: episode 2: Religious Revival (1 March 1968)
- Series 2: episode 5: The Iron Hand (22 March 1968)
- Series 2: episode 6: The George Washington Complex (29 March 1968)
- Series 2: episode 7: Home Chat (5 April 1968)
- Series 2: episode 8: Change Of Policy (12 April 1968)
- Series 4: episode 4: A Babe Around The House (3 October 1969)
- Series 4: episode 13: Pastures New (5 December 1969)
The eight surviving episodes were released on DVD for the first time on Monday, 8 September, 2014.
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