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Coronation Street: Mon 24 Jan, 1977

Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'...

The 1970's was a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. The Street had reached its peak.

Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.


Episode Info


Episode number: 18x7
Production Number: P694/672
Airdate: Monday January 24th, 1977

Director: Laurence Moody
Writer: Kay McManus


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Guest Stars
Brenda FrickerBrenda Fricker
As Staff Nurse Maloney
Recurring
Peter MartinPeter Martin
As Father in hospital
Recurring
Yvonne NicholsonYvonne Nicholson
As Sally Norton
Recurring
Pat BlytonPat Blyton
As Dorothy Millington
Tom WallworkTom Wallwork
As Hospital Porter
Episode Notes
This episode was included on the 1977 disc of the Network DVD collection Coronation Street: The 1970s, released on 25th July 2005.

This episode marks the first appearance of Tracy Langton, she is credited as Baby, until Episode 1675.

This episode marks the first appearance of Blanche Hunt since Episode 1569.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorTony Warren
ProducerBill Podmore
 
Warning: Coronation Street season 18 episode 7 guide may contain spoilers
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