The Wilsons—mother, father, and daughters Jane and Josephine — have lived next to the Fortescues — parents and daughters Fiona and Phyllis—for years. Both snobbish families have, always tried to outdo each other and, when the Wilsons book a cruise holiday, the Fortescues do the same. By a fantastic coincidence, their two cruise liners have a very sight collision. Of all the thousands of people on board, only two groups panic—the Wilsons on one ship, the Fortescues on the other. Both families row for safety to a desert island.
Washed up with the Wilsons – Judy: 395 (05 August 1967) – (?)