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Episode 737 (8th January 1968)

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Episode 737
Production code P228/737
ITV transmission date 8th January 1968 (Monday)
Stories by Harry Driver
Susan Pleat
Leslie Duxbury
Writer John Linter
Designer Knowles Bentley
Director Les Chatfield
Executive Producer Richard Everitt
Producer Michael Cox
Previous episode 3rd January 1968
Next episode 10th January 1968


Jerry goes to court to sort out his divorce. Annie tells Jack she has summoned Alfred Wormold. George Greenwood entertains Hilda in his work shed. She takes a shine to his budgie Winston. Wormold tells Dennis he wants the hippies out and him with them - he's behind with the rent. Jerry is put out as his court hearing is delayed. Lucille tells Annie that she's going to live with the hippies. In her excitement, Hilda leaves her scarf in George's shed. His wife Agnes finds it. Dennis calls Annie an interfering old cow. She breaks down and Jack bars him from the pub. Dennis tells Len he's not going to fight the eviction - he's got no reason to stay in the Street any more. Jenny Sutton arrives looking for her sister, Monica. Dennis takes a fancy to her.


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