Classic sitcom starring Robert Lindsay as Wolfie Smith, Tooting's hapless revolutionary marxists The Tooting Popular Front. Wolfie is always playing his guitar and winding up Mr Johnson who is his ex girlfriends father.
Citizen Smith Fan Tributes
3 David Rodwell from Herts: Do You remember Wilfys freind TUCKER, well what about the time Wilfy showed Tucker three INK BLOCS (pyschological Test), and Tucker each time said "They Remind Me Of Sex", Wilfy said you know what you are Tucker a Sex Maniac, Tucker replied what do you expect when you keep showing me dirty pictures. A REAL CLASSIC ALL TIME COMEDY SCENE, sadly I forgot what episode this was in.
GREAT SERIES IN THE 1970s. remembering Dave 2 sarah from devon: Very sad that hilda braid passed away loving thoughts with her family at this sad time she was a character and will be sadly missed. 1 Emma Brooks from: was just a brillant show fav characters were Wolfie and Harry Fenning who was played by Stephen Grief. These were just really funny. Really good episodes. Four series wasnt good i dont think. Some of the Cast had gone. Harry Fenning was cool but wasnt good when he left
Genre: Sitcom Year: 1977-79
Robert Lindsay was Wolfie Smith
Cheryl Hall was Shirley
Mike Grady was Ken
Anthony Millan was Tucker
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