The Upper Hand. Image shows from L to R: Joanna Burrows (Kellie Bright), Laura West (Honor Blackman), Charlie Burrows (Joe McGann), Tom Wheatley (William Puttock), Caroline Wheatley (Diana Weston)
The Upper Hand

The Upper Hand

  • TV sitcom
  • ITV1
  • 1990 - 1996
  • 94 episodes (7 series)

Charlie Burrows is an ex-footballer and single father who moves to the country and takes a job as housekeeper to a successful businesswoman. Stars Joe McGann, Diana Weston, Honor Blackman, Kellie Bright and William Puttock

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The Upper Hand - The Complete Third Series

The Upper Hand was the British version of the long-running American sitcom Who's The Boss?. Taking over the Tony Danza role was Joe McGann as former football player Charlie Burrows. On his uppers, Charlie landed a job as housekeeper and 'nanny' for businesswoman and single mom Caroline Wheatley (Diana Weston). Also on hand were Charlie's daughter Joanna (Kellie Bright), Caroline's son Tom (William Puttock) and her own spunky mum Laura West (played by former Avengers star Honor Blackman).

Includes all 13 episodes from Series 3 over 2 discs.

First released: Sunday 25th July 2010

  • Distributor: Network
  • Region: 2
  • Discs: 2
  • Catalogue: 7953284

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