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Till Death Us Do Part Christmas 1966 Pt1

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Uploaded on Jun 24, 2009

This highly controversial BBC sitcom started in 1965, with Peter Sellers reluctantly turning down role, due to a busy schedule, and handing the reigns to Warren Mitchell. The right wing loud mouthed bigot Alf lived with his wife, Else, (who wore the trousers), his daughter Rita and her husband Mike (an unemployed Liverpudlian with left wing views). Alf criticised the government, the church, Mike, and just about everybody jammed the BBC switchboard with a complaint or two, but the audience figures were huge and so he stayed where he was. Alf transferred to ITV and back, then to ITV for a final outing, collecting two feature films en route. The writer's view was that we were to laught AT Alf Garnett, but like all monstrous sitcom characters, people loved him as well. Often unrepeatable now, due to the un-PC nature of the character. This episode was transmitted on 26/12/66.

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