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  • Only Fools and Horses - Complete Anniversary Box Set [DVD] Only Fools and Horses - Complete Anniversary Box Set | DVD | (05/09/2011) from £33.99  |  Saving you £41.00 (54.70%)  |  RRP £74.99

    Voted Britain's best ever sitcom in millennium polls, Only Fools and Horses has a muddled history on video. This release should make things clearer, containing for the first time the complete fifth series on a double-video. Dating from 1986, the episodes have previously appeared on the compilations Tea for Three and Watching the Girls Go By.Like so much great comedy, pathos lies behind these cleverly scripted, deceptively straightforward tales, continuing the tradition of lovable rogues in BBC sitcoms from Steptoe and Son and Porridge. David Jason's Del Boy dreams of becoming a millionaire, "this time next year", but we know life isn't like that. In "From Prussia with Love", Del, kid-brother Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst) and Uncle Albert (Buster Merryfield) replay Three Men and a Baby , while "The Miracle of Peckham" raises the church roof. "The Longest Night" has our trio as prisoners of the world's most useless criminal, while Rodney has an unhappy encounter with a sunbed in "Tea For Three". The gormless one turns unlikely film-maker, resulting in a "Video Nasty", before the series ends with "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?", testing family loyalties when Del is offered the chance of a lifetime. Essentially British and very re-watchable, Only Fools and Horses deserves the description classic comedy. --Gary S. Dalkin

  • Only Fools and Horses Complete Series 1 - 7 Box Set [DVD] Only Fools and Horses Complete Series 1 - 7 Box Set | DVD | (27/09/2010) from £20.00  |  Saving you £1.00 (4.80%)  |  RRP £21

    Only Fools And Horses: Seasons 1 - 7 Box Set

  • Only Fools And Horses - Christmas Specials Only Fools And Horses - Christmas Specials | DVD | (15/11/2004) from £12.00  |  Saving you £17.99 (60.00%)  |  RRP £29.99

    Bid 'bonjour' to Britain's favourite sitcom with this 'triffic' box set of Christmas specials. Featuring the last three Christmas specials. You'd be a 'plonker' to miss it! If They Could See Us Now: As bankruptcy looms they're forced to decamp to the old flat in Nelson Mandela Towers and return to their wheeler-dealer ways of old. Strangers On The Shore: Del and Rodney take a trip to France to attend their late uncle Albert's military reunion and end up harbouring

  • The Vicar of Dibley - Ultimate The Vicar of Dibley - Ultimate | DVD | (26/11/2007) from £11.25  |  Saving you £38.74 (77.50%)  |  RRP £49.99

    The entire collection of the much-loved hit show Vicar of Dibley. From conception through to happy ending. Episodes Comprise: 1. Arrival 2. Songs of Praise 3. Community Spirit 4. The Window and the Weather 5. Election 6. Animals 7. The Christmas Lunch Incident 8. The Easter Bunny 9. Engagement 10. Dibley Live 11. Celebrity Vicar 12. Love and Marriage 13. Autumn 14. Winter 15. Spring 16. Summer 17. Merry Christmas 18. Happy New Year 19. The Handsome Stranger 20. The Vicar in White

  • The Catherine Tate Show - Nan's Christmas Carol [DVD] The Catherine Tate Show - Nan's Christmas Carol | DVD | (29/11/2010) from £5.19  |  Saving you £4.30 (43.00%)  |  RRP £9.99

    The Catherine Tate Show: Nan's Christmas Carol

  • Only Fools And Horses - The Complete Series 5 [1986] Only Fools And Horses - The Complete Series 5 | DVD | (30/09/2002) from £3.48  |  Saving you £13.70 (68.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    First broadcast in the autumn of 1986, the fifth series of Only Fools and Horses consists of half-a-dozen half-hour episodes that are absolutely vintage fare. Indeed, after this series, the BBC gave writer John Sullivan freedom to extend his writing to full feature-length episodes. This series, meanwhile, is a masterclass in characterisation, interplay and in delivering the comedic sucker punch that raises the belly laugh when you least expect it. Included here are "From Prussia With Love", in which Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst) and Del (David Jason) take in a heavily pregnant German au pair in distress for the night. Uncle Albert assures them he can talk German and addresses her thus: "Vot izz your name?". "The Miracle of Peckham" is especially well-worked, with a plotline involving missing lead from the church roof and a "weeping statue" which attracts the world’s media. "The Longest Night" sees Del and Rodney held hostage in a supermarket by a gun-toting robber. Never has Del delivered the words "You plonker!" with such feeling as when Rodney makes a grab for the sleeping robber’s cigarettes rather than his gun. "Tea for Three" sees Del sabotage Rodney’s chances with Trigger’s niece, Lisa; though it makes no sense here, prepare to guffaw when Trigger says, "My Gran had one with a squeaky wheel". "Video Nasty" sees Mickey Pierce use Rodney’s local council community film project as a means of making a cheap soft porn movie, while the concluding, characteristically poignant episode sees Del given the chance of a new life in Australia. With this series, a sitcom that once seemed like a poor Minder imitation came of age. On the DVD: Only Fools and Horses, Series 5 is presented in 4:3 picture ratio and Dolby Digital stereo. There are no extra features.--David Stubbs

  • Only Fools & Horses: Series 6 [1989] Only Fools & Horses: Series 6 | DVD | (22/09/2003) from £5.58  |  Saving you £14.41 (72.10%)  |  RRP £19.99

    You'll need no incentive to watch Series 6 of Only Fools and Horses beyond the knowledge that the very first episode of the six herein is the one in which Del takes that legendary pratfall when leaning against a non-existent bar counter. This is without doubt one of the greatest moments in British TV comedy. Other than that, what do we get? Well, this is the series in which Rodney first takes up with Cassandra. Gwyneth Strong's deftly underplayed, near-deadpan approach to the role of Rodney's soulmate is perhaps one of the most underrated elements in the show's entire run, even if the writers rather ran out of things to do with her almost at once. Ironically, then, despite her introduction, this isn't the strongest of Only Fools collections. Nevertheless, there are enough gems to remind you just why this show was such a success, among them the Spanish holiday episode in which Rodney has to pretend to be 14 and the propane-filled blow-up dolls episode, which really doesn't need a punchline. On the DVD: Only Fools and Horses, Series 6 two-disc set is presented in standard TV 4:3 ratio, with no special features--unless you count the injunctions on each disc's menu to insert the other disc if you want to watch the other episodes, "... you plonker!". --Roger Thomas

  • Only Fools And Horses - The Complete Series 1 [1981] Only Fools And Horses - The Complete Series 1 | DVD | (20/11/2000) from £3.76  |  Saving you £14.78 (73.90%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Regularly touted as one of the best British sitcoms ever, Only Fools and Horses kicked off in 1981 when mobile phones were the size of bricks and wine bars were the ultimate places to hang out in. The formula was simple enough: Cockney wideboy Derek Trotter (brilliantly played by David Jason) dreams of better things for himself while sharing a cramped council flat in the nicely named Peckham tower block Nelson Mandela House with his unworldly brother Rodney and his sweet but doddery old granddad. Trouble is, Del's endless money-making schemes (such as his attempt to flog a consignment of one-legged turkeys, or his plan to sell bottled tap water) inevitably backfire, like the knackered old Robin Reliant van he uses to cart around all this faulty gear. Created by John Sullivan, who also sings the very catchy theme tune, Only Fools and Horses is a wonderful mix of dodgy but loveable characters (such as Del Boy's dimwit friend Trigger), knockabout slapstick (no-one falls down with as much comedic grace as Jason) and brilliantly crafted dialogue. Sadly, Leonard Pierce who played Granddad died in 1983; but his armchair in the Trotter household was filled in 1985 by Buster Merryfield as Uncle Albert (an old merchant seaman who bores Del and Rodney with tales of his war days). The show ran to seven series and ended with characteristic warmth in 1991, when Del Boy became a father; but the Trotters made occasional returns to the small screens with six hugely popular one-off Christmas specials. As Del Boy himself might say: "Lovely jubbly". --Edward Lawrenson

  • The Story of Only Fools and Horses [2003] The Story of Only Fools and Horses | DVD | (07/04/2003) from £6.29  |  Saving you £9.70 (60.70%)  |  RRP £15.99

    It's been emotional. It's been gripping. But most of all it's been completely hilarious. 21 years after first appearing on our screens audiences (which have reached 24 million) are still devoted to the antics of Del and Rodney and their muckers. But what is it about this Peckham posse that makes their marketplace wheelings and dealings so endearing to generations? Who would know better than the show's writer and the cast..? For the first time ever John Sullivan David Jason Nich

  • Only Fools And Horses - The Complete Series 4 [1985] Only Fools And Horses - The Complete Series 4 | DVD | (01/10/2001) from £6.29  |  Saving you £13.70 (68.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Only Fools and Horses is perhaps the last great and universally popular British sitcom. Series 4 reached 1985; Grandad has sadly passed on, to be replaced at Nelson Mandela House by Uncle Albert (Buster Merryfield). Only Fools and Horses improved with age and the fourth series was still confined to the half-hour format, is good but not vintage (that occurred during Delboy's "Yuppy" years). Episodes such as "It's Only Rock'n'Roll", in which Rodney joins a band, show all the failings sitcoms usually expose when getting to grips with such alien subject matter: the situations have yet to involve the full complement of the entire Nag's Head ensemble and there are still occasional disturbing racial references. However, Uncle Albert's introduction does bring the series up a notch, as his furtive brandy-swilling, yarn-spinning and doddery bungling swiftly get on Delboy and Rodney's wick (though he's not without some cleverly introduced pathos), while episodes such as "Watching the Girls Go By" and "As One Door Closes" build effectively up to the sort of big, laugh-out-loud final twists that would become the series' trademark. On the DVD: full screen, no special features, sadly, except scene selection. --David Stubbs

  • The Vicar Of Dibley - The Complete First Series [1994] The Vicar Of Dibley - The Complete First Series | DVD | (25/11/2001) from £3.51  |  Saving you £6.00 (37.50%)  |  RRP £15.99

    The most British of British sitcoms, The Vicar of Dibley's well-earned success has nothing to do with the whoops-mind-my-bosoms potential in casting Dawn French in the role of a female vicar foisted upon a sleepy and ultra-conservative English village. Rather this series, set in a rural, largely middle-class environment, is essentially the flip side of, say, Inspector Morse. It's resolutely un-dumbed down, with scalpel-sharp dialogue and a standard of humour that owes more to Tom Stoppard than to mainstream primetime comedy. This release includes the entire first series, in which the vicar has to deal with the inevitable bemusement caused by her arrival and her well-intentioned involvement in the affairs of the community, together with the superbly funny episode in which she realises she's accepted several invitations to Christmas lunch and can't bring herself to disappoint any of the hosts (never before has a sprout-eating contest provoked so much mirth). Above all, though, watch out for the episode which features Kylie Minogue giving the kind of hands-on performance usually associated with classic Morecambe and Wise or Ab Fab--when stars of this stature are happy to send themselves up in a television comedy, you know it's a good sign. On the DVD: The DVD features a slightly bogus "extra" that strings together French's legendary jokes, which, thankfully, also appear in their original locations at the end of each episode.--Roger Thomas

  • The Vicar Of Dibley - Holy Wholly Happy Ending The Vicar Of Dibley - Holy Wholly Happy Ending | DVD | (26/11/2007) from £9.99  |  Saving you £10.00 (50.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Dawn French dons her cassock and collar once more for two very special episodes of The Vicar of Dibley one of the BBC's most popular comedies. It boasts the brilliant comic writing of Richard Curtis (Love Actually Bridget Jones's Diary) and a gifted ensemble cast including Emma Chambers (Notting Hill) and Richard Armitage (BBC's Robin Hood). The Handsome Stranger - Gerry is fed up with all the townies buying weekend cottages in Dibley -- that is until she meets one particularly charming newcomer. Could he be the one? Or is it Gerry's destiny to end up heartbroken in another 6-foot deep puddle? The Vicar in White - After presiding over the marriages of hundreds of other people it appears Gerry's big day has finally arrived. Appearances can be deceptive however especially when the eccentric residents of Dibley are doing the planning!

  • Only Fools And Horses - The Complete Series 3 [1983] Only Fools And Horses - The Complete Series 3 | DVD | (04/06/2001) from £5.93  |  Saving you £14.06 (70.30%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Regularly touted as one of the best British sitcoms ever, Only Fools and Horses kicked off in 1981 when mobile phones were the size of bricks and wine bars were the ultimate places to hang out. The formula was simple enough: Cockney wideboy Derek "Del Boy" Trotter (brilliantly played by David Jason) dreams of better things for himself while sharing a cramped council flat in the nicely named Peckham tower block Nelson Mandela House with his unworldly brother Rodney and his sweet but doddery old grandad. Trouble is, Del's endless money-making schemes (such as his attempt to flog a consignment of one-legged turkeys, or his plan to sell bottled tap water under the label "Peckham Spring") inevitably backfire, like the beat-up old Robin Reliant van he uses to cart around all this faulty gear in. Created by John Sullivan, who also sings the very catchy theme tune, Only Fools and Horses is a wonderful mix of dodgy but loveable characters (such as Del Boy's dimwit friend Trigger), knockabout slapstick (no-one falls down with as much comedic grace as Jason) and brilliantly crafted dialogue. Sadly, Leonard Pierce, who played Grandad, died in 1983 (his armchair in the Trotter household was filled in 1985 by Buster Merryfield as Uncle Albert, an old merchant seaman who used to bore Del and Rodney with tales of his war days). The show ran to seven series and ended with characteristic warmth in 1991, when Del Boy became a father; but the Trotters made occasional returns to the small screens with six hugely popular one-off Christmas specials. This, as Del Boy himself might say, is "lovely jubbly". --Edward Lawrenson

  • Only Fools And Horses - Sleepless In Peckham Only Fools And Horses - Sleepless In Peckham | DVD | (04/10/2004) from £5.69  |  Saving you £12.30 (68.40%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Del, Rodney and Boycie are in jail in France for kidnapping. The stowaway in their van whom they assumed was an illegal immigrant turned out to be an important businessman who had been trapped in the back. To add to the Trotters' problems, they about to be kicked out of Nelson Mandela House, as they still owe Inland Revenue and have no hope of paying their debt in time. Then Cassandra goes into labour, and Rodney discovers that his father is not who he thought he was.

  • Only Fools And Horses - Strangers On The Shore [2002] Only Fools And Horses - Strangers On The Shore | DVD | (17/03/2003) from £6.29  |  Saving you £9.70 (60.70%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Mange tout! The creme de menthe of British comedy is back with another outing for the enterprising Trotter boys. Del and Rodney take a trip to France to attend their late uncle Albert's military reunion and end up harbouring 'Gary' the refugee. Meanwhile Boycie looks set to become a multi-millionaire!

  • Only Fools And Horses - Dates [1988] Only Fools And Horses - Dates | DVD | (06/05/2002) from £5.90  |  Saving you £9.70 (60.70%)  |  RRP £15.99

    It's been a good month for Trotter's Independent Trading Company. The unprecedented demand for ladies razors has meant Del and Rodney can escape the daily struggle for a while and enjoy life's rewards. Uncle Albert's unmissable hints about his forthcoming birthday means there's a celebration on the cards and the new computer dating agency means romance is in the air. While Rodney's afternoon cruise in the three - wheeler with Nervous Neris proves memorable for all the wrong reason

  • Only Fools And Horses - If They Could See Us Now [2001] Only Fools And Horses - If They Could See Us Now | DVD | (01/11/2004) from £4.25  |  Saving you £10.26 (64.20%)  |  RRP £15.99

    If They Could See Us Now, originally broadcast on Christmas Day 2001, is the first in a trilogy of Only Fools and Horses specials. This one sees Delboy Trotter and family living the high life in the South of France, having become millionaires following the sale of a rare and valuable watch that had been knocking about in the Trotters' garage. However, Del manages to lose the entire family fortune following a crash in Central American stocks. Now the Trotters, including Rodney, wife Cassandra and Del's young son Damien are back on "Hooky Street", in the old flat in Nelson Mandela House, broke and owing £50,000 to the taxman. Although this extended episode contains some funny business, particularly involving Rodney and Cassandra's efforts to reinvigorate their love life, it feels like a series extended too far beyond its natural life. Much of the fluency and chemistry between the ageing cast has evaporated in their lay-off. Writer John Sullivan's forte had been belly jokes which whooped up from nowhere in the plot, but here the humour is contrived and implausible. The business over the mix-up regarding Uncle Albert's funeral also strains credence, while the final scenario involving a TV quiz show is flatly predictable. Still, 20.3 million watched this show, a tribute to the enduring affection for the series. --David Stubbs

  • Only Fools And Horses - The Complete Series 2 [1982] Only Fools And Horses - The Complete Series 2 | DVD | (29/03/2001) from £5.59  |  Saving you £13.70 (68.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Although at first glance a series about a family of lovable spivs who get into endless scrapes as they duck and dive their way through life must have sounded like a complete non-starter, but John Sullivan's quickfire scripts for Only Fools and Horses and the spot-on performances by Jason (Del), Lyndhurst (Rodney) and Pierce (Grandad) combine to perfection in this beautifully crafted classic comedy.As there's no padding at all in OFAH it's almost essential to own it in recorded form just to pick up on all the brilliant detail, so having an entire eight-episode series in a single package is even better. This second series both begins and ends with complications involving women, opening with Rodney's dangerous liaison with a policewoman and closing with Del's infatuation with Heather, who has ambitions as an actress. Along the way, there's a bit of trouble with the Spanish police, some North Korean (sic) porcelain, a rather eventful painting job in a Chinese restaurant and generally more laughs than you can shake a Pringle sweater at. On the DVD: the DVD comes in at a whopping 231 minutes--the whole series on one disc, which is handy--and has an episode/scene index. --Roger Thomas

  • Vicar Of Dibley - The Complete Collection Vicar Of Dibley - The Complete Collection | DVD | (14/11/2005) from £79.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £59.99

    The entire 5-disc set! From the writer of Notting Hill and Four Weddings and a Funeral Richard Curtis. The sleepy village of Dibley has a new vicar but it's not your standard order bloke with beard bible and bad breath - it's Dawn French of the hilarious comedy duo French and Saunders. Armed with a sharp wit a double dose of double entendre and healthy supply of chocolate she brings the town's lovable - through rather eccentric - inhabitants a hyst

  • Only Fools and Horses - Complete Series 7 [1987] Only Fools and Horses - Complete Series 7 | DVD | (06/09/2004) from £6.29  |  Saving you £13.70 (68.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Seventh heaven for fans of Only Fools And Horses with this complete series now on DVD! Episodes comprise: 1. The Sky's The Limit 2. The Chance Of A Lunchtime 3. Stage Fright 4. The Class Of '62 5. He Ain't Heavy He's My Uncle 6. Three Men A Woman And A Baby

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