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Please Sir! (1968)

Please Sir!
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7.3 IMDB rating
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Directed by (View all)
Alan Wallis Alan Wallis
Howard Ross Howard Ross

Starring (View all)
Deryck Guyler Deryck Guyler
 Norman Potter
Noel Howlett Noel Howlett
 Mr. Cromwell
Joan Sanderson Joan Sanderson
 Doris Ewell
Richard Davies Richard Davies
 Mr. Price
Erik Chitty Erik Chitty
 Mr. Smith
Liz Gebhardt Liz Gebhardt
 Maureen Bullock
John Alderton John Alderton
 Bernard Hedges
Peter Cleall Peter Cleall
 Eric Duffy

Written by (View all)
John Esmonde John Esmonde
Bob Larbey Bob Larbey


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Please Sir! is a London Weekend Television situation comedy created by writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey and featuring the actors John Alderton, Deryck Guyler, Joan Sanderson, Noel Howlett, Erik Chitty, Richard Davies, David Barry, Peter Cleall and Malcolm McFee.[1] The series ran for 55 episodes between 1968 and 1972.[2]

The programme was set in the fictional Fenn Street school, ... read more
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Weekly situation comedy about a hapless but caring teacher and his class of unruly kids. The teacher sees much good and potential in his pupils, much to the dismay of his fellow teachers who have lost hope in these youngsters.
Release date: 11 November 1968
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