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Published on Jan 13, 2011
In 1974, Britain's BBC was looking for a starring vehicle for actress Rita Tushingham. They decided to pair her with actor Keith Barron in a sitcom about two single people trying to share the same flat. The series was called NO STRINGS, and six episodes were filmed and broadcast in Oct-Nov 1974.
But before the series could be approved for production, a pilot episode was filmed and shown to audiences on 16 April 1974. The pilot was telecast as an episode of the COMEDY PLAYHOUSE series, which was an anthology series consisting of such one-off pilot episodes.
This is that pilot episode. Sorry about the frame counter in the lower part of the screen. It's part of the original image and can't be removed.