Armchair Theatre The Hothouse  (1964)  - #241

 

Description: Description: 'The Hothouse' was one of the most popular entries in the series of Armchair Theatre plays which ran on British television from 1956 to 1974, and scored very high ratings on its first transmission.

Apart from the first scene, set at the annual dance for the employees of a chain of supermarkets, there are only four characters showcased in this drama of ambition and infidelities, with four actors working at the top of their game.

Diana Rigg makes her debut TV appearance (which would eventually win her the role of The Avengers' Emma Peel) as Anita Fender, twenty-eight, mother of two, a bit of lush and suspecting her marriage has gone stale. Veteran Armchair

Theatre player Harry H Corbett plays her tycoon husband Harry Fender, who has built up the supermarket business from the time he was a delivery boy in his teens - he's now over forty and obsessed with developing the exotic plants in his hothouse

Genre: Drama
Rated: TV Movie : Black & White : Full Screen
Language: English :
Subtitles: None

Actors: Donald Churchill, Miranda Connell, Harry H. Corbett, Michael Darlow, Diana Rigg

Director: Guy Verney
Release Date: 12/13/1964
Runtime: Minutes
Discs/Files: 1
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Genre: Drama  
Rated: TV Movie ,Black & White : Full Screen 
Language:
English , Country:
Subtitles: None 
Director:
Guy Verney

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Actors: Donald Churchill, Miranda Connell, Harry H. Corbett, Michael Darlow, Diana Rigg

Video Format: 1.33 : 1
File Type: DVD
Release Date: 12/13/1964
Runtime: Minutes
UPC: 0795211299489 
Discs:
1

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