|Air date||April 25th, 1982|
|Writers||Robin Chapman; Aileen Wheeler|
|Producers||John Woolf; John Rosenberg|
|Starring||Toyah Willcox; Ralph Bates; Sharon Duce; Helen Fraser; Billy Hamon; Edward Jewesbury; Paul Seed; Stephen Bent|
"Blue Marigold" is the first episode of series 5 of the British anthology series Tales of the Unexpected. It was directed by Giles Foster and written by John Woolf and John Rosenberg. It first aired on ITV on Sunday, April 25th, 1982. In this episode, the Blue Marigold advertizing agency champions their star model, Myra, also known as Marigold. However, when it comes time to film a televison commercial, the executives decide that her voice is inadequate and that her lines will be dubbed over. This is but the first of many such dramatic incidents that will send Marigold spiraling into a world of pain and insanity.
|Ralph Bates||Paul Foster|
|Sharon Duce||Sophie Trent|
|Billy Hamon||Bryan Sabatier|
|Paul Seed||Director of commercial|
|Stephen Bent||Car dealer|
Notes & Trivia
- Tales of the Unexpected is a British television anthology series of the mystery and horror genres. It was created by Roald Dahl and aired for nine seasons on ITV from 1979 to 1988.
- "Blue Marigold" at Avelyman.com
- "Blue Marigold" at TV.com Episode Guide
- "Blue Marigold" at TV Rage.com Episode Guide
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