...And Mother Makes Three (1971)

...And Mother Makes Three

...And Mother Makes Three

...And Mother Makes Three is a British sitcom shown on ITV from 1971 to 1973. Starring Wendy Craig, it was written by Peter Buchanan, Peter Robinson, Richard Waring and Carla Lane. ...And Mother Makes Three was made for the ITV network by Thames Television.

Anul lansarii: 1971

Numarul de sezoane: 4

Numarul de episoade: 26

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