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Neil Morrissey: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows

  • Striking Out - Series Two [DVD] Striking Out - Series Two | DVD | (23/04/2018) from £14.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

  • Striking Out - Series One [DVD] Striking Out - Series One | DVD | (12/03/2018) from £14.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

  • Acorn Antiques - The Musical Acorn Antiques - The Musical | DVD | (13/03/2006) from £4.99  |  Saving you £15.00 (75.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Acorn Antiques: The Musical! is the all-singing all-dancing fully overalled stage version of the beloved TV spoof. This triumphant West End production brought together Julie Walters (Mrs Overall) Celia Imrie (Miss Babs) and Duncan Preston (Mr Clifford) - the original cast of the series. Directed by Sir Trevor Nunn (Les Miserables Woman in White Starlight Express) the show was written by Julie Walters' understudy the award-winning Victoria Wood! This DVD filmed during th

  • Men Behaving Badly: The Complete Collection [DVD] Men Behaving Badly: The Complete Collection | DVD | (13/11/2017) from £14.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    The complete collection of Men Behaving Badly is available here in one definitive set! That's all six classic series plus the hilarious final trilogy of feature-length episodes, 'Last Orders', and the riotous Christmas Special 'Jingle Balls'. In addition, the rarely seen Comic Relief sketches from Red Nose Day '97 and '99, 'Kylie' and 'The Lost Pilot', are included, along with a fascinating BBC radio documentary. Not only that but there are also dozens of hysterical out-takes, bloopers and unique special features that will entertain for hours!

  • Bob The Builder - The Best Of Bob [DVD] [2009] Bob The Builder - The Best Of Bob | DVD | (23/11/2009) from £2.59  |  Saving you £7.40 (74.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Bob The Builder: The Best Of Bob

  • Brambly Hedge - The Classic Collection Brambly Hedge - The Classic Collection | DVD | (12/01/2004) from £4.89  |  Saving you £5.10 (51.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    More stories from Brambly Hedge by Jill Barklem. There is a hedge that runs across the bottom of the field towards the stream. It looks just like any ordinary hedge. But come a little closer - there are small front doors half hidden in the tangled roots and little curtained windows in the leafy trunks. Groups of mice can be glimpsed in the long grass playing and going about their everyday business! Brambly hedge evokes a lost way of life - warm cosy and safe but not without hum

  • Men Behaving Badly - Series 4 [1992] Men Behaving Badly - Series 4 | DVD | (03/07/2000) from £4.50  |  Saving you £13.94 (69.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The ultimate small-screen representation of Loaded-era lad culture--albeit a culture constantly being undermined by its usually sharper female counterpart--there seems little argument that Men Behaving Badly was one of 1990s' definitive sitcoms. Certainly the booze-oriented, birds-obsessed antics of Martin Clunes' Gary and Neil Morrissey's Tony have become every bit as connected to Britain's collective funny bone as Basil Fawlty's inept hostelry or Ernie Wise's short, hairy legs. Yet, the series could easily have been cancelled when ITV viewers failed to respond to the original version, which featured Clunes sharing his flat with someone named Dermot, played by Harry Enfield. Indeed, it was only when the third series moved to the BBC and was then broadcast in a post-watershed slot--allowing writer Simon Nye greater freedom to explore his characters' saucier ruminations--that the show began to gain a significant audience. By then, of course, Morrissey had become firmly ensconced on the collective pizza-stained sofa, while more screen time was allocated to the boys' respective foils, Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash. Often glibly dismissed as a lame-brained succession of gags about sex and flatulence, the later series not only featured great performances and sharp-as-nails writing but also sported a contemporary attitude that dared to go where angels, and certainly most other sitcoms, feared to tread. Or, as Gary was once moved to comment about soft-porn lesbian epic Love in a Women's Prison: "It's a serious study of repressed sexuality in a pressure-cooker environment." Series 4 includes: "Babies" in which Dorothy gets broody. ("I suppose the big question is do I really want children with a man who still has a Fungus the Bogeyman pillowcase."; "Infidelity" in which Gary thinks Dorothy may be having an affair; "Pornography" in which Deborah invites Dorothy and her new boyfriend to a dinner party, much to Gary's chagrin; "3 Girlfriends" in which Dorothy has some unpleasant news for Gary; "Drunk" in which Gary's fresh start with Dorothy is put at risk by his local's extensive range of guest lagers; "In Bed with Dorothy" in which Dorothy's recuperative powers are tested following an appendectomy when Gary "shoulders the burden of caring for her". Meanwhile Tony discovers he needs glasses ("No one in our family wears glasses. We just go from brilliant eyesight to ... dead."); "Playing Away" in which Gary harbours hopes that a creative-writing course he is attending with Deborah will turn into a dirty one. --Clark Collis

  • Striking Out - Series One and Two Box Set [DVD] Striking Out - Series One and Two Box Set | DVD | (23/04/2018) from £19.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

  • Men Behaving Badly - Series 3 [1992] Men Behaving Badly - Series 3 | DVD | (05/06/2000) from £1.99  |  Saving you £16.00 (80.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The ultimate small-screen representation of Loaded-era lad culture--albeit a culture constantly being undermined by its usually sharper female counterpart--there seems little argument that Men Behaving Badly was one of 1990s' definitive sitcoms. Certainly the booze-oriented, birds-obsessed antics of Martin Clunes' Gary and Neil Morrissey's Tony have become every bit as connected to Britain's collective funny bone as Basil Fawlty's inept hostelry or Ernie Wise's short, hairy legs. Yet, the series could easily have been cancelled when ITV viewers failed to respond to the original version, which featured Clunes sharing his flat with someone named Dermot, played by Harry Enfield. Indeed, it was only when the third series moved to the BBC and was then broadcast in a post-watershed slot--allowing writer Simon Nye greater freedom to explore his characters' saucier ruminations--that the show began to gain a significant audience. By then, of course, Morrissey had become firmly ensconced on the collective pizza-stained sofa, while more screen time was allocated to the boys' respective foils, Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash. Often glibly dismissed as a lame-brained succession of gags about sex and flatulence, the later series not only featured great performances and sharp-as-nails writing but also sported a contemporary attitude that dared to go where angels, and certainly most other sitcoms, feared to tread. Or, as Gary was once moved to comment about soft-porn lesbian epic Love in a Women's Prison: "It's a serious study of repressed sexuality in a pressure-cooker environment." Series 3 includes: "Lovers" in which Gary becomes worried that he hasn't slept with enough women; "Bed" in which Dorothy and Gary experience problems in the boudoir ("What's the matter? We always have sex after I've cooked for us. That's why I do it."); "Casual Ties" in which a depressed Deborah decides to sell her flat and go travelling, while Tony fails to cheer her up by impersonating different types of Cheese; "Weekend" in which Tony gets a job at The Crown; "Cleaning Lady" in which Tony reconsiders his professional options ("I could be an escort." "What, a car?" asks Gary); "Marriage" in which Gary joins Dorothy for a candlelit dinner ("Why she couldn't find a restaurant with proper lighting I don't know"). --Clark Collis

  • Men Behaving Badly - Series 2 [1992] Men Behaving Badly - Series 2 | DVD | (05/06/2000) from £3.99  |  Saving you £13.94 (69.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The ultimate small-screen representation of Loaded-era lad culture--albeit a culture constantly being undermined by its usually sharper female counterpart--there seems little argument that Men Behaving Badly was one of 1990s' definitive sitcoms. Certainly the booze-oriented, birds-obsessed antics of Martin Clunes' Gary and Neil Morrissey' Tony have become every bit as connected to Britain's collective funny bone as Basil Fawlty's inept hostelry or Ernie Wise's short, hairy legs. Yet, the series could easily have been cancelled when ITV viewers failed to respond to the original version, which featured Clunes sharing his flat with someone named Dermot, played by Harry Enfield. Indeed, it was only when the third series moved to the BBC and was then broadcast in a post-watershed slot--allowing writer Simon Nye greater freedom to explore his characters' saucier ruminations--that the show began to gain a significant audience. By then, of course, Morrissey had become firmly ensconced on the collective pizza-stained sofa, while more screen time was allocated to the boys' respective foils, Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash. Often glibly dismissed as a lame-brained succession of gags about sex and flatulence, the later series not only featured great performances and sharp-as-nails writing but also sported a contemporary attitude that dared to go where angels, and certainly most other sitcoms, feared to tread. Or, as Gary was once moved to comment about soft-porn lesbian epic Love in a Women's Prison: "It's a serious study of repressed sexuality in a pressure-cooker environment." Series 2 includes: "Gary and Tony", in which Tony moves into the Gary's flat and makes his first disastrous attempt to woo upstairs-neighbour Deborah; "Rent Boy" in which Gary thinks Tony is gay; "How to Bump Your Girlfriend" in which no sooner has Tony got back together with his old girlfriend and filled her in about Gary ("nice bloke, ears like the FA Cup") than he decides to give her the shove; "Troublesome Twelve Inch" in which Gary tries to sell a rare record belonging to Dorothy without her knowing; "Going Nowhere" in which Tony buys a van to impress Deborah who in turn gets stuck in a lift with Gary; and "People Behaving Irritatingly" in which Tony's brother and missus visit the flat much to Gary's annoyance ("It's not enough that they were at it all last night, now they're trying to set up a national sperm bank in my bath.) --Clark Collis

  • Boon - The Complete Second And Third Series Boon - The Complete Second And Third Series | DVD | (20/04/2009) from £16.39  |  Saving you £23.60 (59.00%)  |  RRP £39.99

    Family favourite Michael Elphick (Eastenders Private Schulz) is back as Boon in this fantastic four disc boxed set which contains every episode from the second and third series. Episodes comprise: Series 2: 1. Texas Rangers 2. Special Delivery 3. Day Of The Yokel 4. Smokey And The Band 5. Taken For A Ride 6. Wheels Of Fortune 7. A Ride On The Wild Side 8. Credit Where It's Due 9. Trudy's Grit 10. A Fistful Of Pesetas 11. Paper Mafia 12. Fiddler Under The Roof 13. Once A Fluid Man 14. Full Circle Series 3: 1. Charity Begins At Home (Part 1) 2. Charity Begins At Home (Part 2) 3. Topspin 4. Have A Nice Day 5. Beef Encounter 6. Never Say Trevor Again 7. Honourable Service 8. Peacemaker 9. The Devil You Know 10. Banbury Blue 11. One Reborn Every Minute 12. The Fall and Rise Of The Bowman Empire 13. The Not So Lone Ranger

  • Up 'N' Under [1998] Up 'N' Under | DVD | (06/10/2008) from £4.61  |  Saving you £10.38 (69.20%)  |  RRP £14.99

    Arthur's only passions in life are his wife Doreen and Rugby League. When he hears about the Cobblers and their corrupt manager Arthur bets his life savings that he can train any team to beat them. He enlists gym owner Hazel Scott to save himself from possible financial ruin and the wrath of his wife...

  • George Gently Series Four [DVD] George Gently Series Four | DVD | (03/09/2012) from £8.19  |  Saving you £11.80 (59.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    George Gently is one of the unsung heroes of detective fiction, whose passionate investigations reveal the dark underbelly of a society on the cusp of change. With his sidekick, the undisciplined Detective Sergeant John Bacchus (Lee Ingleby), they make the perfect police partnership, full of warmth and humour.

  • Men Behaving Badly: The Complete Collection [DVD] Men Behaving Badly: The Complete Collection | DVD | (29/10/2012) from £14.99  |  Saving you £20.00 (57.20%)  |  RRP £34.99

    For the very first time the complete collection of Men Behaving Badly is available in one definitive box set. That's all six classic series plus the hilarious final trilogy of feature length episodes 'Last Orders' and the riotous Christmas Special 'Jingle Balls'. In addition, the rarely seen Comic Relief sketches from Red Nose Day '97 and '99 have been included: 'Kylie' and 'The Lost Pilot'. Not only that but there are dozens of hysterical out-takes and bloopers as well as unique special features that will keep fans entertained for hours!

  • I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle [DVD] I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle | DVD | (27/11/2017) from £7.09  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Birmingham biker Nick (Neil Morrissey) thinks he's got a bargain when he buys a second-hand motorcycle at a knock-down price. The only problem is that the machine won't start in the hours of daylight. Nick's suspicions begin to mount when his best friend is murdered. Could he be the owner of a monstrous vampire motorbike which stalks the streets at night, feasting upon Hell's Angels, streetwalkers and traffic wardens? Understandably alarmed, Nick decides to call in Inspector Cleaver (Michael Elphick) and a priest (Anthony Daniels) in order to exorcise the two-wheeled beast from hell...

  • Line of Duty Complete Series 1 and 2 [DVD] Line of Duty Complete Series 1 and 2 | DVD | (15/02/2016) from £17.89  |  Saving you £12.10 (40.30%)  |  RRP £29.99

    All eleven episodes from the first two series of the British crime drama starring Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Lennie James. In series one, Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott (Compston) is transferred to AC-12, a unit assigned to investigate corruption within the police force. Working with Detective Constable Kate Fleming (McClure), he quickly finds himself immersed in a case involving Detective Chief Inspector Tony Gates (James). With Gates a slippery and resourceful adversary, the pair will have to have their wits about them if they are to crack the case. In series two, an ambush of a police convoy sparks alarm when three officers are killed and a witness in protective custody is seriously injured. With only one survivor, Detective Inspector Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes), the police anti-corruption department is brought in to solve the case.

  • Mr & Mrs Jones [DVD] Mr & Mrs Jones | DVD | (26/11/2012) from £6.99  |  Saving you £13.00 (65.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Sarah Alexander stars as Gemma Jones - a divorced mother of 3 who leads a hectic life juggling working from home with looking after her twin girls and dealing with her child like ex-husband Jason and his demanding Swedish girlfriend Inca. When handsome dad Tom asks her out on a date, Gemma is the envy of all the other mums in the playground but then her grown up son Alfie returns home from travelling abroad with his charming 24 year old friend Billy and Gemma finds herself, for the first time ever, with more than one possible love interest.

  • The Morph Files The Morph Files | DVD | (12/04/2004) from £3.99  |  Saving you £2.00 (33.40%)  |  RRP £5.99

    A bumper collection of zany adventures with Tony Hart's one and only plasticine sidekick Morph and his friends.

  • Soul Music From Terry Pratchett's Discworld [1996] Soul Music From Terry Pratchett's Discworld | DVD | (13/08/2001) from £24.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £15.99

  • Line of Duty Complete Series One & Two [DVD] Line of Duty Complete Series One & Two | DVD | (24/03/2014) from £24.55  |  Saving you £5.44 (18.10%)  |  RRP £29.99

    Series One: Lives and careers are on the line in this thrilling police anti-corruption drama following the investigation into DCI Tony Gates (Lennie James). Series Two: When a police convoy is fatally ambushed AC12 relentlessly pursue the sole surviving officer DI Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes).

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