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|My Wife Jacqueline|
|Written by||A.P. Dearsley|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||6|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original network||BBC Television Service|
|Original release||30 July –|
22 October 1952
My Wife Jacqueline is a British sitcom that aired on the BBC Television Service in 1952. It starred Leslie Phillips and Joy Shelton as a young married couple. For Phillips it was his first lead in a television serial.
|#||Episode Title||Original Broadcast Date|
|1||"The Mysterious Complaint"||30 July 1952|
|2||"The Agonies of Courtship"||13 August 1952|
|3||"Common Interests"||10 September 1952|
|4||"Getting Margaret Married"||24 September 1952|
|5||"The Landed Proprietor"||8 October 1952|
|6||"Happily Ever After"||22 October 1952|
In his 2006 autobiography, Hello, Phillips said "The script was as light as a feather, with characters who appeared to live in a social, political and cultural vacuum that made Mrs Dale's Diary look like a profound study of social history." He also said "we were all surprised how this production reached the public."
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