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About this title

Storyline

This popular British show follows the raucous adventures of the Larkin clan and the local tax collector. Ma and Pop Larkin have a large brood, living in 1950s rural England. They have six children -- eldest daughter Mariette is played by a young Catherine Zeta-Jones. Mariette entrances tax collector Cedric, and the Larkins introduce Cedric -- whom they call Charlie -- to their way of life, which he finds much more compelling than work at the office.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Wikipedia

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: April 7, 1991

Also Known As: The Darling Buds of May, Dražesni pupoljci majskiLivet med Larkins, Maikuu pungad, Dražesni pupoljci svibanjski, Majs ljuva knoppar, Buds of May, Дражесни пупољци мајски, Oi ihana toukokuu, Нежные майские цветы |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, G), New Zealand (PG)Norway (A), UK (PG), United States (TV-PG) |  See more »

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Company Credits

Production Co: Excelsior, Yorkshire Television (YTV)

CastSee full cast »

David Squire
as Sid Jennings
Abigail Rokison
as Primrose
Michael Cochrane
as Wing Commander Honeyman
Tara Dean
as Princess Zaria
Tilly Vosburgh
as Betty Mason
Stanley Kowalski
as Garage Mechanic
Colum Convey
as Ambrose
Lynsey Baxter
as Jasmine Brown
Doc O'Brien
as Maurice
Betty Marsden
as Mrs. Potts
Roger Grainger
as TV Vicar
Nick Raggett
as Dennis
Joseph Bennett
as Tony
Jane Wood
as Lill
Godfrey James
as Vic

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2
Season 3

Awards

Awards & Nominations

British Comedy Award 1992

Nominee

Winner

British Comedy Award

Best TV Comedy Actor

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