Clochemerle

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Clochemerle

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Adapted for television by Ray Galton & Alan Simpson from the novel by Gabriel Chevallier. The year is 1925 and the place is Clochmerle, a small wine-growing village in Beaujolais. When Mayor Barthelemey Piechut (Socialist) decides that his town of Clochmerle requires a monument that will extol the virtues of the Republic and his own administration he ponders long and hard for something suitable. He follows the lead of the ancient Romans, famed for hygiene and noble edifices. He decides that the perfect expression of these two concepts would be a public urinal. Little was he to dream that this would lead to scandals that would shatter the peacefulness of the town and eventually have world-wide repercussions.
Cyril Cusack

Cyril Cusack

Mayor Barthelemy Piechut

Madeline Smith

Madeline Smith

Hortense Girodot

Peter Ustinov

Peter Ustinov

Narrator

Kenneth Griffith

Kenneth Griffith

Ernest Tafardel

Nigel Green

Nigel Green

Captain Tardinaux

David Quilter

David Quilter

Bernard Samothrace

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