TDUDP

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TDUDPTill Death Us do Part
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But decades before, he was better known to television viewers as "Scouse git" Mike, the long-haired left-wing son-in-law of right-wing cockney Alf Garnett in Till Death Us Do Part.
He lashed censorship of Alf Garnett's racist jokes in the new Till Death Us Do Part and innuendos in Are You Being Served, tweeting: "Alf 's not PC, Mrs Slocombe's pussy gags not PC." tom.bryant@mirror.co.uk TV's autumn schedules reviewed: See Page 32
The first images from the TV remakes of Till Death Us Do Part,
Stubbs was familiar to millions as Rita Rawlins in 1960s and 70s show Till Death Us Do Part and in Worzel Gummidge, which ran from 1979 to 1981.
Till Death Us Do Part ran on the BBC for seven series between 1965-1975, and its writer, the late Johnny Speight, often had to remind people that Garnett was a satirical character.
But Also (1965-1970) March 31: Going for a Song (1965-1977) April 13: The Bed-Sit Girl (1965-1966) July 7: Tomorrow's World (1965-2003) July 22: Till Death Us Do Part (1965-1975) October 17: Call My Bluff (1965-1988, 1994, 1996-2005) October 18: The Magic Roundabout (1965-1977) September 30: Thunderbirds (1965-1966) December 13: Jackanory (1965-1996, 2006-) Not Only...
The four-time-Emmy-winning star of Kelly's Heroes and Death Of A Gunfighter was best known in the States as Archie Bunker in the 1970s series All In The Family - the US version of Till Death Us Do Part.
Among other shows featured was Till Death Us Do Part, which still divides opinion - though comedian Kevin Day was adamant about Alf Garnett: "People laughed WITH him, not AT him."
The only place that Till Death Us Do Part led was to its spin-off, In Sickness And In Health, a stage show - the Thoughts Of Chairman Alf - and its American incarnation, All In The Family.