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Love Thy Neighbour. Image shows from L to R: Eddie Booth (Jack Smethurst), Bill Reynolds (Rudolph Walker). Copyright: Hammer Film Productions.

Love Thy Neighbour

Love Thy Neighbour. Image shows from L to R: Eddie Booth (Jack Smethurst), Bill Reynolds (Rudolph Walker). Copyright: Hammer Film Productions.

Love Thy Neighbour

Film spin-off from popular sitcom Love Thy Neighbour. Eddie's bigotry causes trouble at the factory, whilst his mother and Bill's father both come to visit their sons

Genre
Sitcom
Released
1973
Starring
Jack Smethurst, Rudolph Walker, Nina Baden-Semper, Kate Williams, Charles Hyatt, Keith Marsh, Tommy Godfrey, Patricia Hayes and others
Writers
Vince Powell and Harry Driver
Director
John Robins
Producers
Roy Skeggs and Nat Cohen

Eddie's constant taunting of Bill spills over into the workplace.

With Eddie acting as shop steward in the closed shop factory, Bill decides to form his own union and takes all the other coloured employees with him. Eddie's none too pleased and calls all his men out on strike in response!

Meanwhile, Bill's father is visiting, having flown in all the way from Trinidad to see his son. He hits it off straight away with Eddie's mother, who's made an unannounced and rather unwanted trip down from Manchester, something that neither son is happy about.

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