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Union Castle

ILL-ADVISED FORAY into sitcommery by STRATFORD “BARLOW” JOHNS, playing bombastic mainman Lord Mountainash (ho ho) in charge of made-up Confederation Of Shop Stewards And Allied Workers (COSSAW). Much early-80s badinage of a closed shop/arbitration hue ensued as the ennobled one squared off against union-hating butler Wordsworth (MORAY WATSON) and obligatory loony leftie Elizabeth Steel (CAROL MACREADY).

14 Comments

14 Comments

  1. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  2. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  3. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  4. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  5. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  6. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  7. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  8. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  9. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  10. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  11. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  12. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  13. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

  14. Glenn Aylett

    July 18, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I might be in a minority of one here but I thought it was quite funny especially the episode where Mountainash tries to make a film about the history of his union and ropes in a dodgy Australian director who wants to make a porn film and the whole thing descends into a farce with Mountainash unaware of what the Aussie is setting him up for. Not everything the critics write off is bad.

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