1hr 19mins
Dir: John Robins
Starring: Bill Fraser and Sue Lloyd

A rival Funeral Directors firm is used as a front for drug smuggling

This comedy was adapted from the 1971 BBC sitcom of the same name by Hammer Films. It should perhaps have been buried itself for it was not a success, though some of the talent on show just about keeps it ticking over. There are several shots of the forecourt of Windsor & Eton Central station, and scenes filmed on Windsor & Eton Riverside station with BR blue-liveried EMU’s present, possibly EPB’s or HAP’s.

Michael Ripper makes a call from a side room at Windsor & Eton Riverside station. In the background is a BR Southern Region EMU.
This, meanwhile, is the forecourt of Winsdor & Eton Central station. It is unusual but not unique to see both Windsor stations in one film. The pair also appeared in Carry On Cabby (1963).
In a view slightly to the left from that seen above, this is the entrance to the forecourt at Central station
In a later scene back at Riverside station a porter wheels a coffin through the doorway as another BR suburban EMU sits in the background