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My Wife Jacqueline

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My Wife Jacqueline
GenreSitcom
Written byA.P. Dearsley
StarringLeslie Phillips
Joy Shelton
Anthea Holloway
Country of originUnited Kingdom
No. of series1
No. of episodes6
Production
Producer(s)Dicky Leeman
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkBBC Television Service
Picture formatBlack-and-white
Original release30 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.[1]

Cast

Episodes

My Wife Jacqueline aired on Wednesdays at around 8.30pm.[2] The programme was broadcast live from Lime Grove Studios and believed never to have been recorded.[1][3]

# 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

Reception

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."[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c Phillips, Leslie (2006). Hello: The Autobiography. Orion Publishing Group. ISBN 0752868896.
  2. ^ Lewishohn, Mark (2003). Radio Times Guide to TV Comedy. London: BBC Worldwide. ISBN 0-563-48755-0.
  3. ^ "LostShows.com". LostShows.com. 2013. Retrieved 8 December 2013.
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