Two's Company


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FACTFILE
ON THE AIR 6th September 1975 - 4th March 1979
ORIGINAL CHANNEL ITV
PRODUCTION COMPANY London Weekend Television
NUMBER OF EPISODES 29
PRODUCTION LOCATIONS Harrogate
CAST Full Cast Listings
   
MISSING BELIEVED WIPED N/A - All epsiodes still in existence
ARCHIVE HOLDERS ITV PLC
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THEME TUNE OPENING THEME

Performed by Elaine Stritch and Donad Sinden (Sinden's spoken parts are in brackets)

Two's company, ordinarily,
Two's company, but contrarily,
We disagree, no matter what it happens to be (you're the adverse one)

I agonise, (night and day with you),
to compromise (there's no way with you),
I wish I had picked a large boa constrictor my friend,
(are you trying to tell me something) you're the perverse one.

Two's company (indisputibly),
Two's company (irrefutably),
How we embark on old Noah's ark pair by pair (NOT SO LOUD)

So ask me whose company,
(Whenever I choose company),
I've gotta say two's company,
(except for this affair).

You give me maldinare,
(you don't know what that means),
Can we let in some fresh air?
(No Madam).

Oh contrare.

CLOSING THEME

Instrumental
   
HELD IN THE BRITSET ARCHIVE Episode #2.1 - A Loving Christmas (TX 23/12/1976)

 

 

Two's Company was a comedy written by Bill MacIlwraith about an American called Dorothy McNab, she was a thrilller writer living in Chelsea, London. He hired the skills of a butler, Robert Hiller who was your typical English gent. There was a clash of personalities as Robert did not approve of Dorothy's work or her American ways while Dorothy felt that Robert was stuffy and behind the times.

 

TWO'S COMPANY [TITLES] - 1976

 

 
   
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Two's Company [Titles]
Episode #2.1 - A Loving Christmas
25th December 1976
London Weekend Television


 



TWO'S COMPANY [CREDITS] - 1976


   
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Two's Company [Credits]
Episode #2.1 - A Loving Christmas
25th December 1976
London Weekend Television



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