1975

Life With the Girls - Count Your Blessings

'Life With the Girls'

by John Wooldridge

April 1975

Synopsis

A well-known personality seeks sanctuary with his father after the breakdown of his marriage. He is then pursued by  the BBC, the press, for a broadcast on "Women's Hour" and as the "prize" for a newspaper stunt. Cue mistaken identities galore and the chaos unfolds.

Cast

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Life With the Girls

Sir Edward Savidge (David Walford); Stephen Savidge (Roger Kinsman); Nolly (Christine Howarth); Wyn Armstrong (Lilian Cook); Juliet Amesbury-Jones (Judith Laycock); Harriet Slocombe (Rose Maclachlan); Salome Gibson (Carolyn Wilkins); Millicent (Audrey Mitchell); Freddie Knowles (John Markley); Mrs. Mather (Jean Clack); June Copley (Sue Lansdown); Diana Savidge (Jill Kinsman); Marjorie Pennistone (Dawn Greenaway); Greta Peplow (Kay Trenchard)

Director: Ann Murray

 

'Count Your Blessings' 

by Ronald Jeans

 

November 1975

Synopsis

A young married couple have financial problems. To solve them they take in paying guests - but most of the guests cannot afford to pay their rent. The wife will receive a lump sum from an aunt's will if she becomes a widow or is divorced, so they decide a divorce is in order with a re-marriage to follow once the money has been obtained. A co-respondant is required. The wife chooses a dowdy young lady who is staying with them. Unfortunately she finds her husband in the arms of a buxom blonde.

Count Your Blessings

Count Your Blessings

Count Your Blessings

Count Your Blessings

Count Your Blessings

Count Your Blessings

Cast

Mrs. Withers (Audrey Mitchell); Marion Butterworth (Pat Howarth); Gay Butterworth (Sue Lansdown); Pelham Butterworth (David Walford); Theodore Malik (Peter Lansdown); Thelma Cressington (Kay Trenchard); Hubert Batt (John Markley); Mrs. Compton ( (Jean Clack); Juliet Frost (Carolyn Clack)

Director: Ann Murray