The Full Wiki

More info on Episode 4 (21st December 1960)

Episode 4 (21st December 1960): Misc

Advertisements
  

Coronation Street

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Coronation Street Wiki

1960
Episode number 4
ITV broadcast date 21st December 1960 (Wednesday)
Production code P228/4
Writer Tony Warren
Director Michael Scott
Previous episode 16th December 1960
Next episode 23rd December 1960

Contents

Plot

Lucille Hewitt runs away from her orphanage where she has been since the death of her mother a year before to be at No.7 with her father, Harry. Esther Hayes helps Harry to look after her for the night. Leonard Swindley catches Ena drinking at the Rovers again when he and his congregation go there collecting for charity at Christmas. Back at the Mission of Glad Tidings, he upsets her when he confronts her and she collapses. Dennis turns up at home with a wad of money. Elsie suspects that he has been up to something illegal again.

Cast

Advertisements

Regular cast

Guest cast

Notes

  • First appearance of Lucille Hewitt.
  • The character of Miss Nugent appears in this episode as a walk-on part but the un-named actress is not Eileen Derbyshire, who would debut in Episode 15.
  • To help viewers remember which characters live in which houses, the end credits of this episode are shown against a backdrop of an image of the Street, which pans from the Corner Shop to the Glad Tidings Mission Hall, with the credits of the particular actors displayed when their character's house is on screen. In an error, the Mission Hall is shown to be adjacent to the Rovers Return Inn, even though it had been established in Episode 1 that it was across the Street.

Commercial releases

This episode was included on the 1960 disc of the Network DVD collection Coronation Street: The 1960s, released in 2006.

December 1960 episodes
Fri 9thWed 14thFri 16thWed 21stFri 23rdWed 28thFri 30th

This article uses material from the "Episode 4 (21st December 1960)" article on the Coronation Street wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message