Seven of One is a British comedy series that aired on BBC1 in 1973. Starring Ronnie Barker, Seven of One is a series of seven separate comedies that would serve as possible pilots for sitcoms. Originally it was to be called Six of One, which Barker planned to follow up with another series called Half Dozen of the Other.
The seven programmes were individually called:
While the majority did not go beyond the Seven of One series, both Open All Hours and Prisoner and Escort did become much loved sitcoms. The first was the sitcom of the same name, while the second became Porridge, giving Ronnie Barker two of his best known roles. Both were voted amongst the top 10 Greatest British Sitcoms in 2004
Seven of One also featured Roy Castle, Bill Maynard, Sheila Brennan, Talfryn Thomas, Prunella Scales, Glynn Edwards, Joan Sims, Keith Chegwin, Leslie Dwyer, Robin Parkinson, Sam Kelly, Christopher Biggins, Richard O'Callaghan, Yootha Joyce and Avis Bunnage in supporting roles. The series was released on BBC DVD in 2005.
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