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    Hi I am looking for episodes of Beryls Lot 1973/1977 looks like they made 52 episodes

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    I remember this but haven't come across it as yet. I did read it still exists

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    Well Dave judging by your one reply not many people have it

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    I'd love to see some of these episodes too - Barbara Mitchell is a fondly remembered actress who died way too young at just 47:-



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    Crunchie just for info there are 6 episodes for sale on iOffer but I was rather hoping to get more than this

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    Thanks Den, I'll take a look.

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    Ok I gave in and bought the six episodes on iOffer

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    those recordings you bought off ioffer must have come off very old vcrs

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    name='dvdman']those recordings you bought off ioffer must have come off very old vcrs


    I should think they have Betarmax came in May 1975 and Vhs Oct 1977 and Beryls Lot was made in 1973/1977 I have six episodes of this now has any one got any more episodes of this delightful series

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    Probably from Umax or N1700 recorders, I remember a few years ago someone told me every episode still exists, I loved Johnny Shand as the bookie, and yes Barbara Mitchell died far too young.

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    umatics would have been very esp to buy in the 70s iver film services at pinewood use to use them. Philips had the 1500 / 1700 these machines cost about 1 thousand pounds then

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    I'm sure we'll see the complete series eventually, marker - before or after we die. While we're waiting,

    please enjoy this interview with writer Margaret Powell from the 3-9 November 1973 issue of TVTimes:




    I remember Margaret as a TV personality rather than writer and loved her distinctive laugh, but even that's faded away. I have only seen

    one of her archive appearances since she died, as one of the celebrities on Blankety Blank. Next to her was a young Michael Barrymore.

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    I'm sure we'll see the complete series eventually, marker - before or after we die. While we're waiting,

    please enjoy this interview with writer Margaret Powell from the 3-9 November 1973 issue of TVTimes:




    I remember Margaret as a TV personality rather than writer and loved her distinctive laugh, but even that's faded away. I have only seen

    one of her archive appearances since she died, as one of the celebrities on Blankety Blank. Next to her was a young Michael Barrymore.


    Many thanks Cornershop 15 for posting this interview on Margaret Powell its a shame there only seem these six bootleg episodes available.

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    Anyone know who composed the wonderful theme music for this TV series? I don't think it was ever mentioned on the credits.



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