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|production code=[[Production codes|P228/691]]
 
|production code=[[Production codes|P228/691]]
 
|writer=[[Leslie Duxbury]]
 
|writer=[[Leslie Duxbury]]
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|stories=[[Harry Driver]]<br/>[[Susan Pleat]]<br/>[[Leslie Duxbury]]
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|designer=[[Alan Wright]]
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|producer=[[Jack Rosenthal]]
 
|director=[[June Howson]]
 
|director=[[June Howson]]
 
|previous=[[Episode 690 (26th July 1967)|26th July 1967]]
 
|previous=[[Episode 690 (26th July 1967)|26th July 1967]]
 
|next=[[Episode 692 (2nd August 1967)|2nd August 1967]]
 
|next=[[Episode 692 (2nd August 1967)|2nd August 1967]]
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}}
 
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
[[Annie Walker|Annie]] returns from [[Paris]]. She brings [[Lucille Hewitt|Lucille]] back a French book and a beret for [[Jack Walker|Jack]]. [[Elsie Tanner|Elsie]] plans the wedding with [[Dot Greenhalgh|Dot]] and [[Linda Cheveski|Linda]] as matrons of honour. [[Karen Olsen]] leaves her job and tells [[Dennis Tanner|Dennis]] she's going to live with him at [[11 Coronation Street|No.11]]. Annie prepares French meals and plays French records. Karen moves into the front parlour. Dennis writes to the Swedish consult telling them he's employing Karen as his au pair. He signs the letter 'Steve Tanner'.
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[[Annie Walker|Annie]] returns from [[Paris]]. She brings [[Lucille Hewitt|Lucille]] back a [[France|French]] book and a beret for [[Jack Walker|Jack]]. [[Elsie Tanner|Elsie]] plans the wedding with [[Dot Greenhalgh|Dot]] and [[Linda Cheveski|Linda]] as matrons of honour. [[Karen Olsen]] leaves her job and tells [[Dennis Tanner|Dennis]] she's going to live with him at [[11 Coronation Street|No.11]]. Annie prepares French meals and plays French records. Karen moves into the front parlour. Dennis writes to the [[Sweden|Swedish]] consul telling them he's employing Karen as his au pair. He signs the letter '[[Steve Tanner]]'.
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==
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===Regular cast===
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*[[Len Fairclough]] - [[Peter Adamson]]
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*[[Annie Walker]] - [[Doris Speed]]
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*[[Jack Walker]] - [[Arthur Leslie]]
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*[[Elsie Tanner]] - [[Patricia Phoenix]]
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*[[Dennis Tanner]] - [[Philip Lowrie]]
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*[[Steve Tanner]] - [[Paul Maxwell]]
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*[[Lucille Hewitt]] - [[Jennifer Moss]]
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*[[Stan Ogden]] - [[Bernard Youens]]
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*[[Kenneth Barlow]] - [[William Roache]]
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*[[Irma Barlow]] - [[Sandra Gough]]
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*[[Albert Tatlock]] - [[Jack Howarth]]
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===Guest cast===
 
===Guest cast===
 
*[[Dot Greenhalgh|Dorothy Greenhalgh]] - [[Joan Francis]]
 
*[[Dot Greenhalgh|Dorothy Greenhalgh]] - [[Joan Francis]]
 
*[[Karen Olsen]] - [[Jennie Woodford]]
 
*[[Karen Olsen]] - [[Jennie Woodford]]
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==Notes==
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*''[[TV Times]]'': No synopsis appeared in the magazine between [[Episode 678 (14th June 1967)]] and [[Episode 701 (4th September 1967)]]
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*[[Viewing Figures]]: First UK broadcast - 6,800,000 homes (1st place).
 
{{Template:July 1967}}
 
{{Template:July 1967}}
 
[[Category:1967 episodes]]
 
[[Category:1967 episodes]]

Latest revision as of 19:54, 22 April 2019

Plot

Annie returns from Paris. She brings Lucille back a French book and a beret for Jack. Elsie plans the wedding with Dot and Linda as matrons of honour. Karen Olsen leaves her job and tells Dennis she's going to live with him at No.11. Annie prepares French meals and plays French records. Karen moves into the front parlour. Dennis writes to the Swedish consul telling them he's employing Karen as his au pair. He signs the letter 'Steve Tanner'.

Cast

Regular cast

Guest cast

Notes

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