MIND YOUR LANGUAGE (TV SERIES 1970's)

'Mind Your Language' is a British comedy television series, that premiered on ITV in late 1977. Produced by LWT and directed by Stuart Allen, it is set in a school for adult students in London, focusing on English as a Foreign Language, a class taught by Mr. Jeremy Brown, portrayed by Barry Evans, who had to teach English to mature students. Including Danielle Favre played by Françoise Pascal.

In the mid 1970s, Françoise met comedy writer Vince Powell at Thames Television while co-starring on one of his TV comedy shows, Rule Britannia!. Later, she later learned that he was writing the part of Danielle Favre for her in his sitcom 'Mind Your Language'. She did three seasons of the show.

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For the Love of Ella - 2017


TV Pilot
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For the Love of Ella
 

 
Manikin Cigar Commercial
Directed by Terry Donovan
Shot on location in the Antillies
   

 
"Go Girl"(1972)
Martine
   

"Coronation Street" (1971)
Françoise Dubois
 
Coronation Street
 

"Napoleon and Love" (1972)
Elzunia
 
Napoleon and Love
 

"Private Lives" (1976)
Louise
   

"You're on Your Own"
with Dennis Quilley - BBC
   

"My Honorable Mrs"
with Derek Nimmo - BBC
   

"Don Quixote"
with Rex Harrison - BBC
   

"The Brothers"(1976)
When Will You Pay Me? (1976)
Oranges and Lemons (1976)
Red Sky in the Morning (1976) >>
Red Sky at Night (1976)
Therese d'Alambert
   

"Blankety Blank"
with Terry Wogan
   

"Celebrity Squares"
Host Bob Monkhouse - ITV
 
 

"Happy Ever After"
with June Whitfield and Terry Scott - BBC
   

"Summer & Smoke"
Rosa Gonzales
 
 

"Rule Britannia" Thames TV
Colette
 
 

"The Dick Emery Show"
Francoise
   

"Mind Your Language" (1977-1980)
Danielle Favre
   

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