Father Dear Father

Season 7 Episode 5

Pop Around The Clock

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Jan 30, 1973 on ITV
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Pop Around The Clock
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Karen & Howard are going to a 3 day pop festival. Karen hasn't asked Patrick if she could go yet. Howard arrives & He & Karen go upstairs & talk. Anna remarks Maybe they're getting married. Patrick happens to overhear Karen say the word marriage & thinks they are getting married. Patrick thinks they're planning a "wedding on the cheap". He has 24 hours to arrange a proper wedding for them. Howard tells Karen he'll behave at the festival, no hanky-panky. He brings his tent & camp stove & Patrick thinks they'll be living in a tent once they're married.! When they're ready to leave for the festival Howards van breaks down, Bill & Barbara arrive & Howard invites them to the festival. Nanny asks Anna why she isn't dressed for Karen's wedding. Anna says Karen's going to a pop festival,they're not getting married. Howard tells Patrick that he's not marrying Karen & Patrick thinks it pre-wedding nerves. Bill & Barbara return dressed in 'hippy style' clothes & Patrick asks why they'd dress like that for a wedding. They tell Patrick they're going to a pop festival with Howard & Karen. The doorbell rings & Nanny comes in saying the wedding cake has arrived & there's three limousines in the drive. a BIG thank you to LB who made this synopsis possible.moreless

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    Noël Dyson

    Noël Dyson

    Matilda Harris "Nanny"

    Patrick Cargill

    Patrick Cargill

    Patrick Glover

    Jeremy Child

    Jeremy Child

    Timothy Tanner ( 6 + )

    Natasha Pyne

    Natasha Pyne

    Anna Glover / Tanner

    Ursula Howells

    Ursula Howells

    Barbara Mossman

    Tony Britton

    Tony Britton

    Bill Mossman ( 7 )

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