All six episodes from the third series of Johnny Speight's sequel to the classic 1960s comedy 'Till Death Us Do Part', featuring old big mouth himself, Alf Garnett (Warren Mitchell). Times have changed for Alf, with Else (Dandy Nichols) having died, he has had to get used to life as a widower, finally having to look after himself and cook his own meals - unless he can get his landlady from upstairs, Mrs. Hollingbery (Carmel McSharry), to do it for him.
The third series of the Til Death Us Do Part
sequel found Alf Garnett in splendid form; giving out to anyone who’ll listen (and some who won’t) on the injustices suffered by this particular senior citizen.
This series finds Warren Mitchell once again surrounded by great character actors including Carmel McSharry, Arthur English and Ken Campbell as well as Patricia Hayes and Irene Handl – and also features a special appearance by Spike Milligan as the volatile van driver, Fancy Fred.
As well as having to put up with the devout but defiant Mrs Hollingsbury upstairs and smug neighbour, Mr Johnson across the road, Alf now has company in his spare room lodger, Winston. No wonder he spends most of his time in the pub with Arthur!
Among the many classic Alf Garnett scenes in this series are the magnificent telephone battle with Mrs Hollingsbury, a hilarious séance with Gwenneth and Min, fisticuffs with Fancy Fred, Alf doing what he does best on a visit to the DHSS and a long afternoon stuck out on the upstairs window ledge.