Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Created by Herb Roland, the Canadian continuing drama House of Pride utilized the resources of virtually all the major CBC production facilities. The stories revolved around the landed-gentry Pride family of London, Ontario, headed by patriarch Don Pride (George Waite). Inasmuch as the various younger Prides had left the nest and found spouses of different races and religions throughout the Dominion, there was a certain degree of inner conflict, but things were more or less smoothed out after Don Pride's death and the inevitable return to London of the various Pride factions (including the family's offshot Quebecian clan, the Fortins). The individual episodes were produced in Toronto, Montreal, Hallifax, Winnipeg, and Vancouver, with a different cast and crew in every city. Seen variously on Thursdays and Sundays, House of Pride aired from September 19, 1974 to March 13, 1975, and from October 23, 1975 to May 15, 1976.