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Robin's Nest (TV Series 1977–1981) Poster

(1977–1981)

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Series one's surprisingly cheap and poor-quality title sequence was quickly replaced by more-animated, higher-quality titles for series two.
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Richard O'Sullivan also composed the series' theme tune. It was arranged by Brian Bennett (of The Shadows) who starred with a then-17-year-old O'Sullivan in the Cliff Richard film The Young Ones (1961)
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The bistro's fictional address was: Robin's Nest, Faulkeners Walk, Fulham SW6.
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David Kelly, who played Albert Riddle, actually had both arms.
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The first two series' success led to Thames TV commissioning more than double the length to 13 episodes for series 3.
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This British comedy is the follow up to "Man About the House (1973)" and they link to "George & Mildred (1976)". These were the shows that were brought to America and given a title you may be familiar with called "Three's Company (1976)" and then the spin off "The Ropers (1979)".
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