The Best Of Enemies. Image shows from L to R: Wilkins (Deryck Guyler), Geoffrey Broom MP (Tim Barrett), Willie Gordon MP (Robert Coote). Copyright: Thames Television.

The Best Of Enemies

ITV sitcom about two mismatched MPs. 5 episodes (1 series), 1968 - 1969. Stars Robert Coote, Tim Barrett and Deryck Guyler.

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