Last of the Summer Wine (1973 - 2010)

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The antics of three elderly men who stay young by acting like adolescents. The BBC's longest-running comedy series, it debuted in Britain in 1973 as part of `Comedy Playhouse' and has thrived amid numerous cast changes.

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2010, BBC One, 6 episodes

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2009, BBC One, 10 episodes

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2008, BBC One, 11 episodes

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2007, BBC One, 10 episodes

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2006, BBC One, 9 episodes

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2005, BBC One, 10 episodes

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2004, BBC One, 10 episodes

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2003, BBC One, 10 episodes

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2002, BBC One, 10 episodes

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2001, BBC One, 10 episodes

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2000, BBC One, 10 episodes

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1999, BBC One, 10 episodes

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1998, BBC One, 10 episodes

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1997, BBC One, 10 episodes

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1995, BBC One, 10 episodes

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1995, BBC One, 8 episodes

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1993, BBC One, 9 episodes

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1992, BBC One, 9 episodes

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1991, BBC One, 6 episodes

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1990, BBC One, 10 episodes

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1989, BBC One, 7 episodes

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1988, BBC One, 6 episodes

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1986, BBC One, 12 episodes

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1985, BBC One, 6 episodes

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1983, BBC One, 6 episodes

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1982, BBC One, 7 episodes

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1979, BBC One, 7 episodes

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1977, BBC One, 7 episodes

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1976, BBC One, 7 episodes

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1975, BBC One, 7 episodes

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1973, BBC One, 6 episodes

Cast

Peter Sallis
as Norman Clegg
Frank Thornton
as Truly
Jean Alexander
as Auntie Wainwright
Ken Kitson
as PC Cooper
Burt Kwouk
as Entwistle
Josephine Tewson
as Miss Davenport
Louis Emerick
as PC Walsh
Brian Conley
as Boothroyd
Norman Rossington
as Mr. Microwave
Jack Smethurst
as Davenport
Leelo Ross
as Audrey Nash
Philip Fox
as Mervyn
Tyler Butterworth
as Chiselhurst
Ray Cooney
as Landlord
Peter Baldwin
as Old Heptonstall
Blake Butler
as Mr. Wainwright
Erin Geraghty
as Vicar's Wife
Kate Brown
as Miss Moody
Roy Sampson
as Workman
James Hunter
as Randolph
David Williams
as Norris Fairburn
Audrey Brooke
as Audrey Craig
Mark Butt
as Prisoner
Bill Rodgers
as Prisoner
Lise Cervi
as Music Lover
Bernard Cribbins
as Gavin Hinchcliffe
Maria Savage
as Neighbor
Peter Ivatts
as Chief Superintendent
Jim Whelan
as Caretaker
Darren Wilde
as Photographer
David Ross
as Conrad
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Series Details

TV Network: BBC One
Premiere Date:
Genre: Comedy
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