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Series 1 - 1990
 
 Daddy's Accident - 29 October 1990

Hyacinth's "Daddy" is put into an ambulance and taken to hospital, after getting injured chasing after the milk woman naked on her bike. After visiting him, Hyacinth returns home and is visited by the electric man, whose life she makes difficult. Finally, she fends off the amorous advances of "The Major" in his greenhouse while picking up flowers for one of her candlelight suppers.
 
Cast

Hyacinth Bucket - Patricia Routledge
Elizabeth Warden - Josephine Tewson
Daisy - Judy Cornwell
Onslow - Geoffrey Hughes
Rose 1 - Shirley Stelfox
Richard - Clive Swift
The Doctor - Bruce Alexander
The Major - Peter Cellier
The Postman - Leo Dolan
The Meter Man - Paul Toothill
Mr Oxley - James Ottaway
Daddy - George Webb


Crew

Producer/Director - Harold Snoad
Production Design - Geoff Powell
Costume Design - Rita Reekie
Makeup Department - Martha Livesley
Production Manager - Murray Peterson
Properties Buyer - Jeffrey Witts
Studio Sound - Bob Foley
Sound Recordist - Morton Hardaker
Camera Supervisor - John Corby
Location Cameraman - Bill Dudman
Lighting Manager - Mike Jeffries
Videotape Editor - David Hambleton
Vision Mixer - Hilary West
Composer (Theme Tune) - Nick Ingham
Production Assistant - Susan Lawton
Assistant Floor Manager - Richard Lindsay
Title Sequence - Sid Sutton
Technical Coordinator - Paul Thackray


The New Vicar 5 November 1990

Hyacinth is determined to create the perfect impression when inviting the new Vicar for “tea and light refreshments”. However her hopes come crashing down on her when Onslow and Daisy turn up with the news Daddy has been kidnapped by a gypsy. The day gets even worse for the polish-perfecting protagonist when Rose turns up, on her way to her own funeral.

Cast

Hyacinth Bucket - Patricia Routledge
Elizabeth Warden - Josephine Tewson
Daisy - Judy Cornwell
Onslow - Geoffrey Hughes
Rose 1 - Shirley Stelfox
Richard - Clive Swift

The Vicar - Jeremy Gittins
The Vicar's Wife - Marion Barron
The Gypsy - Eileen Davies
The Passer-By - Jill 'O Hare


Crew

Producer/Director - Harold Snoad
Production Design - Tim Gleeson
Costume Design - Rita Reekie
Makeup Department - Sharon Brushett
Production Manager - David Lardner
Properties Buyer - Jeffrey Witts
Studio Sound - Laurie Taylor
Sound Recordist - Morton Hardaker
Camera Supervisor - John Corby
Location Cameraman - Bill Dudman
Lighting Manager - Alan Horne
Videotape Editor - Andy Quested
Vision Mixer - Hilary West
Composer (Theme Tune) - Nick Ingham
Production Assistant - Susan Silburn
Assistant Floor Manager - Lindsey Chamier
Title Sequence - Sid Sutton
Technical Coordinator -
John Latus


Stately Home - 12 November 1990
 
Hyacinth and Richard visit a stately home where the leading lady hopes to meet a member of the aristocratic family. However she fears her social status will be sabotaged by Onslow, Daisy and Rose, who turn up unexpectedly. Thus Hyacinth drags Richard through the ground's private gardens to hide from the lower-class clan.

Cast

Hyacinth Bucket - Patricia Routledge
Elizabeth Warden - Josephine Tewson
Daisy - Judy Cornwell
Onslow - Geoffrey Hughes
Rose 1 - Shirley Stelfox
Richard - Clive Swift

The Angry Woman - Liz Gebhardt
The Car Park Attendant - Eric Carte
Stately Home Visitor (Man) - Les Clack
Stately Home Visitor (Woman) - Stella Kemball
His Lordship - Michael Bilton


Crew

Producer/Director - Harold Snoad
Production Design - Tim Gleeson
Costume Design - Rita Reekie
Makeup Department - Sharon Brushett
Production Manager - David Lardner
Properties Buyer - Jeffrey Witts
Studio Sound - Laurie Taylor
Sound Recordist - Morton Hardaker
Camera Supervisor - John Corby
Location Cameraman - Bill Dudman
Lighting Manager - Alan Horne
Videotape Editor - Andy Quested
Vision Mixer - Hilary West
Composer (Theme Tune) - Nick Ingham
Production Assistant - Susan Silburn
Assistant Floor Manager - Lindsey Chamier
Title Sequence - Sid Sutton
Technical Coordinator -
John Latus


The Charity Shop - 19 November 1990

It is Liz and Hyacinth's day to help Mrs Nugent at the charity shop, and on their way there, Hyacinth has to make a visit to Onslow and Daisy's to remove a woman (played by Gretchen Franklin) from Daddy's room, refusing to leave. Meanwhile Rose intends to give up men, and arrives at the charity shop to donate her raunchy underwear.

Cast

Hyacinth Bucket - Patricia Routledge
Elizabeth Warden - Josephine Tewson
Daisy - Judy Cornwell
Onslow - Geoffrey Hughes
Rose 1 - Shirley Stelfox
Richard - Clive Swift

Daddy's Fiance - Gretchen Franklin
Councillor Nugent - Charmian May
Mr Duxbury - Norman Lovett
His Mate - Denis Bond
The Postman - Leo Dolan

Crew

Producer/Director - Harold Snoad
Production Design - Tim Gleeson
Production Design - John Collins
Costume Design - Rita Reekie
Makeup Department - Sharon Brushett
Production Manager - David Lardner
Properties Buyer - Jeffrey Witts
Studio Sound - Laurie Taylor
Sound Recordist - Morton Hardaker
Camera Supervisor - Jeff Oliver
Location Cameraman - Bill Dudman
Lighting Director - Mike Jeffries
Videotape Editor - Andy Quested
Vision Mixer - Hilary West
Composer (Theme Tune) - Nick Ingham
Production Assistant - Susan Silburn
Assistant Floor Manager - Lindsey Chamier
Technical Coordinator -
John Latus

Daisy's Toyboy - 26 November 1990
In an attempt to make Onslow jealous, Daisy finds herself a toyboy (played by Jonny Lee Miller). However the plan fails and Daisy sends Onslow to the Church hall to meet Richard, in a final ploy to get him to notice her antics.

Cast

Hyacinth Bucket - Patricia Routledge
Elizabeth Warden - Josephine Tewson
Daisy - Judy Cornwell
Onslow - Geoffrey Hughes
Rose 1 - Shirley Stelfox
Richard - Clive Swift

The Vicar - Jeremy Gittins
The Milkman - Robert Rawles
Mrs East - Jeanne Mockford
Mrs Dobson - Tricia Thorns
The Neighbour - Ian Burford
The Youth - Johnny Lee Miller
Lady At Church - Linda James
Lady At Church - Pamela Abbot


Crew

Producer/Director - Harold Snoad
Production Design - Tim Gleeson
Costume Design - Rita Reekie
Makeup Department - Sharon Brushett
Production Manager - David Lardner
Properties Buyer - Jeffrey Witts
Studio Sound - Laurie Taylor
Sound Recordist - Morton Hardaker
Camera Supervisor - Jeff Oliver
Location Cameraman - Bill Dudman
Lighting Director - Mike Jeffries
Videotape Editor - Andy Quested
Vision Mixer - Hilary West
Composer (Theme Tune) - Nick Ingham
Production Assistant - Susan Silburn
Assistant Floor Manager - Lindsey Chamier
Technical Coordinator -
John Latus


The Christening - 3 December 1990
Daisy and Onslow’s granddaughter Kylie is getting christened, but Hyacinth is unimpressed because there has not been a wedding first. The day does not get any better for Hyacinth when she and Richard are forced to come to the rescue of the baby's mother Stephanie, whose transport has broken down. The leading lady then learns the baby's mother is a hippie, who is unaware of the baby’s father.

Cast

Hyacinth Bucket - Patricia Routledge
Elizabeth Warden - Josephine Tewson
Daisy - Judy Cornwell
Onslow - Geoffrey Hughes
Rose 1 - Shirley Stelfox
Richard - Clive Swift

The Vicar - Gerald Sim
Reg - Bruce Bennett
Dennis - Jonathan Fryer
Mrs Midgeley - Patricia Leach
Hippie - Rick Friend
Hippie - Richard Ashton
Stephanie - Laura Shavin

Crew

Producer/Director - Harold Snoad
Production Design - Tim Gleeson
Costume Design - Rita Reekie
Makeup Department - Sharon Brushett
Production Manager - David Lardner
Properties Buyer - Jeffrey Witts
Studio Sound - Laurie Taylor
Sound Recordist - Morton Hardaker
Visual Effects Designer - Perry Brahan
Camera Supervisor - John Corby
Location Cameraman - Bill Dudman
Lighting Director - Mike Jeffries
Lighting Gaffer - Peter Robinson
Videotape Editor - Andy Quested
Vision Mixer - Hilary West
Composer (Theme Tune) - Nick Ingham
Production Assistant - Susan Silburn
Assistant Floor Manager - Lindsey Chamier
Technical Coordinator -
John Latus

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