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PENSIONERS-behaving-badly Jack and Victor have a fight on their hands as they struggle to save their local.

The grumpy old men, played by comic duo Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan, launch an angry protest to save the Clansman boozer.

They are joined by pal Winston, played by Paul Riley, as they stage a three-man demonstration on the Clansman's doorstep.

Armed with banners saying "Save The Clansman" and "Hands off Our Pub", the trio try to scare off the man who plans to demolish their local. The latest carry on is from the last episode in the fourth series to be broadcast on Friday.

The six-episode series, which was given a coveted network slot for the first time, featured Harry Potter star Robbie Coltrane.

As well as the two main stars of the show, all the old Craiglang favourites including Winston, Isa, Navid and Tam, also starred in the show.

The final episode will be broadcast on BBC 2 on Friday at 10pm.
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Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 21, 2005
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