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Happy Since I Met You

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Happy Since I Met You

Happy Since I Met You
Genre Comedy
Created by Victoria Wood
Starring Julie Walters
Duncan Preston
Tracey Ullman
Jim Bowen
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 1
Original channel ITV
Original airing 9 August 1981

Happy Since I Met You is a television play written by Victoria Wood, and broadcast on ITV on 9 August 1981.[1]

It stars Julie Walters, Duncan Preston, Tracey Ullman and Jim Bowen and was directed by Baz Taylor as part of ITV's Screenplay series.[2] In Happy Since I Met You, Duncan Preston, who would later become one of her regulars, worked with Victoria Wood for the first time.[1] It is the last full length drama by Wood until Pat and Margaret in 1994.[3]


External links

  • Happy Since I Met You opening titles
  • Happy Since I Met You at the BFI Film & TV Database
  • Internet Movie Database
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