Ray Galton and Alan Simpson's 9-part adaptation of the French comic novel about the erection of a public convenience in a small village, Clochemerle. Stars Cyril Cusack, Roy Dotrice, Wendy Hiller, Kenneth Griffith, Micheline Presle and more.
Friday 18th February 1972
Comedy concerning the brouhaha caused by the building of a public pissoir in a French village.
Friday 25th February 1972
The mayor organises a wine festival to coincide with the opening of the public convenience.
Friday 3rd March 1972
A spinster is convinced that the public convenience is an instrument of the devil.
Friday 10th March 1972
Since Rose Brivaque is pregnant, when a soldier on leave arives, he is given a frost reception by the town.
Friday 17th March 1972
The priest's sermon decrying the urinal in interrupted.
Friday 24th March 1972
Justine Putet and Monsieur Girodot plot to destroy the urinal.
Friday 31st March 1972
Ascar de St Choul is dunked in soapy water.
Friday 7th April 1972
An army captain has an affair with the innkeeper's wife.
Friday 14th April 1972
The villagers and the army engage in a fight.
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