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'''Tim Aspinall''' ([[January 6]], [[1935]] - [[August 21]], [[2000]]) was a prolific television writer, director and producer for more than three decades. He produced an episode of [[Coronation Street]] in May [[1964]], and wrote two episodes nine years later, in May and October [[1975]].
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'''Tim Aspinall''' ([[6th January]], [[1935]] - [[21st August]], [[2000]]) was a prolific television writer, director and producer for more than three decades. He produced [[Coronation Street]] from [[May]] to [[September]] [[1964]], and wrote two episodes nine years later, in May and October [[1975]].
   
 
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Tim Aspinall (6th January, 1935 - 21st August, 2000) was a prolific television writer, director and producer for more than three decades. He produced Coronation Street from May to September 1964, and wrote two episodes nine years later, in May and October 1975.

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