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Brass


Brass is the British comedy that shows the lives and loves of two northern families at opposite ends of the social spectrum in the 1930’s. One is the Hardacres: wealthy, powerful, living in the big house at the top of the hill. They looking down on everybody else, and try to control the fictitious town of Utterly. The other is the Fairchilds: employed by the Hardacres, they live in a tiny tract house down at the bottom of the hill. Despite the differences in class and wealth, however, plenty of sexual intermingling takes place.

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Episode Info

Final: 3x06 -- Their Finest Half Hour (May/28/1990)



Cast
Timothy WestTimothy West
As Bradley Hardacre
Barbara EwingBarbara Ewing
As Agnes Fairchild
Caroline BlakistonCaroline Blakiston
As Lady Patience Hardacre
Geoffrey HinsliffGeoffrey Hinsliff
As George Fairchild
Robert Reynolds (1)Robert Reynolds (1)
As Austin Hardacre
David AshtonDavid Ashton
As Dr. McDuff
Gail HarrisonGail Harrison
As Isobel Hardacre Mountfast
James SaxonJames Saxon
As Morris Hardacre
Gary CadyGary Cady
As Matthew Fairchild
Shaun ScottShaun Scott
As Jack Fairchild
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Crew

Executive Producer: David Liddiment
Producer: Mark Robson, Bill Podmore
Director of Photography: Gareth Jones (1)
Designer: Christopher Wilkinson

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Recurring Guests

Philip Bird as Henri (3 eps)
John Pickles as Hattersley (3 eps)
Anthony Smee as Guy (2 eps)

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Warning: Brass guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: itv ( United Kingdom)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: February 21, 1983
Ended: May 28, 1990
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