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This is a fan made database that anyone can edit. Find out more about the critically aclaimed show that was written by John Sullivan and produced by the BBC. This Wiki has all the need to know details of the Tooting Popular Front.
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This site was started on April 7th, 2009 and currently includes 4 articles.


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Citizen Smith is a British television sitcom. The show was written by John Sullivan, who later wrote Only Fools and Horses. The pilot was transmitted on 12 April 1977 in the Comedy Special series of one-off plays, and the series proper ran from 3 November 1977 to 31 December 1980.

Citizen Smith starred Robert Lindsay as "Wolfie" Smith, a young "urban guerrilla" living in Tooting, South London, who is attempting to emulate his hero Che Guevara. Wolfie is the self-proclaimed leader of the revolutionary Tooting Popular Front (the TPF, merely a small bunch of his friends), the goals of which are "Power to the People" and "Freedom for Tooting". In reality, he is an unemployed dreamer and petty criminal whose plans fall through because of laziness and disorganisation.
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First & Last Episodes

12 April 1977

31 December 1980


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