Keeping up appearances : specials

Harold Snoad (director), Roy Clarke (author of screenplay)
Keeping up appearances : specials / dir. by Harold Snoad ; written by Roy Clarke
Harold Snoad
Author of screenplay
Roy Clarke
Place of publishing unknown: Warner Home Video, 2003
1 dvd-video
Playing time
ca. 165 min.
Engels gesproken Ondertiteling: Nederlands

About Harold Snoad

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Harold Edward Snoad (born 28 August 1935) is a British television producer, writer and director. He is best known for the television sitcom Keeping Up Appearances, starring Patricia Routledge and Clive Swift. He is also well known for having directed and produced Ever Decreasing Circles starring Richard Briers and Don't Wait Up starring Tony Britton. He also had a successful writing career, writing the radio spinoff of Dad's Army, It Sticks Out Half a Mile and the short-lived television series High and dry.

Directing and Producing Career

Harold Snoad joined the BBC in 1957 after working in the theatre, when Snoad first arrived at the BBC he participated in numerous roles, including as a ‘call boy’ for an episode of Hancock's Half Hour in 1960. Snoad soon claimed the runs of the production ladder, becoming a producer and director in 1969. At the time he was on…Read more on Wikipedia