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'''Anthony Wharmby''' is an American-born television director who got his start directing episodes of [[Coronation Street]]. He has since gone on to great acclaim both in his home country, directing such hit shows as ''Magnum P.I.'', ''The Rockford Files'', ''The X Files'', ''The O.C'', ''Bones'' and ''Gossip Girl''. In Britain, he is probably best known as the driving force behind the popular 1980s police action series, ''Dempsey & Makepeace.''
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'''Tony Wharmby''' is television director and [[producer]] who got his start to his long international career in the industry by directing '''26''' episodes of ''[[Coronation Street]]'' between [[December 1968]] and [[September 1969]].
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He has since gone on to great acclaim directing such hit shows as ''Magnum P.I.'', ''The Rockford Files'', ''The X Files'', ''The O.C'', ''Bones'', ''Gossip Girl'' and ''NCIS''.
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In Britain, he is probably best known as the driving force behind the popular [[1980s]] police action series, ''Dempsey & Makepeace''. He had a fruitful career at [[London Weekend Television]] from the mid-[[1970s]] where he was both a producer and director of many of their most popular dramas including ''Bouquet of Barbed Wire, Another Bouquet, Love for Lydia, Lillie'' and the first television adaptation of an Agatha Christie book to be approved by her estate for several decades, ''Why Didn't They Ask Evans?'' in [[1980]].
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==Episodes directed by Tony Wharmby==
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'''[[Coronation Street in 1968|1968]] (3 episodes)'''
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*[[Episode 831 (9th December 1968)]]
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*[[Episode 832 (11th December 1968)]]
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*[[Episode 837 (30th December 1968)]]
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'''[[Coronation Street in 1969|1969]] (23 episodes)'''
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*[[Episode 838 (1st January 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 843 (20th January 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 844 (22nd January 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 849 (10th February 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 850 (12th February 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 855 (3rd March 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 856 (5th March 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 861 (24th March 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 862 (26th March 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 867 (14th April 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 868 (16th April 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 873 (5th May 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 874 (7th May 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 879 (26th May 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 880 (28th May 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 891 (7th July 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 892 (9th July 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 897 (30th July 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 898 (4th August 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 901 (13th August 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 902 (18th August 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 909 (10th September 1969)]]
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*[[Episode 910 (15th September 1969)]]
   
 
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Tony Wharmby

Tony Wharmby is television director and producer who got his start to his long international career in the industry by directing 26 episodes of Coronation Street between December 1968 and September 1969.

He has since gone on to great acclaim directing such hit shows as Magnum P.I., The Rockford Files, The X Files, The O.C, Bones, Gossip Girl and NCIS.

In Britain, he is probably best known as the driving force behind the popular 1980s police action series, Dempsey & Makepeace. He had a fruitful career at London Weekend Television from the mid-1970s where he was both a producer and director of many of their most popular dramas including Bouquet of Barbed Wire, Another Bouquet, Love for Lydia, Lillie and the first television adaptation of an Agatha Christie book to be approved by her estate for several decades, Why Didn't They Ask Evans? in 1980.

Episodes directed by Tony WharmbyEdit

1968 (3 episodes)

1969 (23 episodes)

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