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|ITV transmission date||23rd December 1964 (Wednesday)|
|Stories by|| Harry Driver|
|Previous episode||21st December 1964|
|Next episode||28th December 1964|
Albert has stage fright as the Street panto approaches. The Walkers supply lemonade for the children. Minnie is prompt though she has spent all night learning everyone's lines by heart. Miss Nugent feels faint. Ena and Florrie arrange the children's refreshments, Hilda is in charge of makeup and Stan the props. The children enjoy the pantomime, especially when Len gets a custard pie in the face. David flashes his money around and claims he has torn a ligament in his leg but Irma has told Albert that they went dancing all night. The panto ends with the cast singing She Loves You.
- Annie Walker - Doris Speed
- Jack Walker - Arthur Leslie
- Albert Tatlock - Jack Howarth
- Ena Sharples - Violet Carson
- Minnie Caldwell - Margot Bryant
- Lucille Hewitt - Jennifer Moss
- Valerie Barlow - Anne Reid
- Kenneth Barlow - William Roache
- Elsie Tanner - Patricia Phoenix
- Florrie Lindley - Betty Alberge
- Miss Nugent - Eileen Derbyshire
- Len Fairclough - Peter Adamson
- Dennis Tanner - Philip Lowrie
- Charlie Moffitt - Gordon Rollings (Credited as "Charlie Moffit")
- Irma Ogden - Sandra Gough
- Stan Ogden - Bernard Youens
- Hilda Ogden - Jean Alexander
- Mr Swindley - Arthur Lowe
- David Barlow - Alan Rothwell
- Rovers Return Inn - Public
- 9 Coronation Street - Back room
- Mission of Glad Tidings - Main hall
- Songs sung in the panto are the 1964 hits Bread and Butter by The Newbeats and She Loves You by The Beatles as well as Hey Look Me Over from the 1960 Broadway musical Wildcat and Over The Rainbow from the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz.
- TV Times synopsis: The show must go on - but why?
- Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast - 8,820,000 homes (joint 1st place with 21st December 1964).
- This episode was included on the following commercial releases:
|December 1964 episodes|
|Wed 2nd • Mon 7th • Wed 9th • Mon 14th • Wed 16th • Mon 21st • Wed 23rd • Mon 28th • Wed 30th|