Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Monty Python's Michael Palin was the guiding force behind East of Ipswich. Set in mid-1950s Britain, the plot concerns a group of teenagers on holiday with their uptight parents. Heeding the call of the galloping hormones, our young heroes and heroines become involved in all sorts of brief amours. The cast includes Edward Rawle-Hicks, John Wagland, Oona Kirsch. Made for British television in 1986, East of Ipswich debuted in America over the A&E cable network in 1988.
vacation, parent, teenagers, English [nationality]