Excuse My French (Series) (1974-1976)

Excuse My French was a CTV sitcom featuring the comic trials and tribulations of a marriage between Peter, an English-Canadian law student and Marie-Louise, a French-Canadian waitress. Stuart Gillard and Lise Charbonneau starred as the couple.

Earl Pennington played Peter's father, a wealthy newspaperman who sees the solution to everything in dollar signs. Paul Berval played Gaston Sauve, the father of the bride, a proud yet open-minded man who was willing to roll with the punches.

The series, produced at CFCF-TV in Montreal, was judged the best television show of the year by the Montreal branch of the Association of Canadian Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) in 1975.

Cast:
Pierrette Beaudoin .... Mrs. Sauve
Paul Berval .... Gaston Sauve
Lise Charbonneau .... Marie-Louise Hutchins
Daniel Gadouas .... Jean-Guy Sauve
Stuart Gillard .... Peter Hutchins
Isabelle Lajeunesse .... Colette Sauve
Earl Pennington .... Charles Phillip Hutchins


Original Broadcaster(s): CTV

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