For The Love of Ada - Film Version

Film Version

In 1972 a film version, based on the series, was released, directed by Ronnie Baxter. It featured the same actors along with an appearance by Arthur English as a colleague of Walters'. The plot revolved around a surprise party that was being planned for Ada and Walter's first wedding anniversary.

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