Click for larger image George & Mildred
1976 Thames Television
Created by Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke, this popular spin-off sitcom from 'Man About The House' saw landlord and landlady George and Mildred Roper (Brian Murphy and Yootha Joyce), move from their ground-floor flat to middle-class suburbia. The posh Fourmile family, Jeffrey (Norman Eshley), Ann (Sheila Fearn) and young Tristram (Nicholas Bond-Owen) lived next door.
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Click for larger image George & Mildred
1977 Thames Television
The comedy live-action opening titles from series 2, first shown in November 1977.
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Click for larger image George and the Dragon
1966 ATV
A brilliant sitcom with top scripts by Vince Powell and Harry Driver. Sid James cackles and letches as chauffeur George, Peggy Mount waves her battle-axe as housekeeper Gabrielle Dragon, while John le Mesurier, as Colonel Maynard, ambles about the place as a prototype Sergeant Wilson.
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Click for larger image Gimme Gimme Gimme
1999 - 2001 BBC Television
Click for larger image A remix of the Abba song was the theme for this sitcom about two flatmates in their struggle to find love which was hardly surprising when you consider just how awful the two characters were, portrayed wonderfully by Kathy Burke and James Dreyfus.

Click for larger image Going Straight
1978 BBC Television
Click for larger image A follow-up to Porridge followed Fletch in the period after his release from Slade prison. Sadly, only one series was made.

Click for larger image The Good Life
1975
Click for larger image The Good Life ran from 1975 to 1978. Tom and Barbara Good decide to try their hand at self sufficiency whilst their friends and neighbours Jerry and Margo Ledbetter look on. The series starred Richard Briers, Felicity Kendal, Paul Eddington and Penelope Keith. The writers were John Esmonde and Bob Larbey.

The Goodies
1970 BBC Television
The Goodies ran from 1970 to 1977 with the BBC. The series starred Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie.

Click for larger image The Goodies
1972 BBC Television
Click for larger image A slightly different set of titles here from 1972.

The Goodies
1977
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Click for larger image The Goodies
1981
Click for larger image LWT blew a fortune on lavish props when Graeme, Bill and Tim switched to ITV for their ninth series. Executives believed that spending so much money on what was deemed to be "just a kids programme" was not a viable option, and just six episodes were made, plus a Christmas special in 1981. The theme is funkier than the Beeb version, and the titles show the chaps larking about in the Festival gardens on the South Bank.

Click for larger image Goodnight Sweetheart
1993 - 1999 BBC Television
Gary Sparrow (Nicholas Lyndhurst) discovers a time portal back to the 1940s in this 1990s Marks and Gran series. He juggles marriage to businesswoman Yvonne in the present and a relationship with barmaid Phoebe in wartime London, opportunistically taking back goods difficult to find during an era of rationing and taking forward authentic WWII memorabilia.
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Click for larger image Grace & Favour
1992 - 1993 BBC Television
A short-lived follow-up to Are You Being Served? which saw the former employees of Ladies & Gents Outfitting running a hotel in the West Country.

Click for larger image The Grimleys
22.1.2001
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Click for larger image Goodness Gracious Me
1998
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Click for larger image Grundy
1980 Thames Television
This series was originall scheduled for transmission in 1979 but was delayed to 1980 due to the infamous ITV strike. The series starred Harry H. Corbett, Lynda Baron, Julie Dawn Cole and David Janson. The six episodes were written by Ken O'Hare and produced by Robert Reed. A big thanks to Phill Glass of www.harryandwilf.co.uk for the footage.
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