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Fawlty Towers - Complete Fawlty Towers | DVD | (19/10/2009)
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This Special Edition marks the 30th Anniversary of one of the greatest situation comedies British television has ever seen. Every episode of the BAFTA winning sitcom has been fantastically remastered and for the first time ever John Cleese provides audio commentaries on all 12 episodes. Episodes Comprise: 1. A Touch of Class 2. The Builders 3. The Wedding Party 4. The Hotel Inspectors 5. Gourmet Night 6. The Germans 7. Communication Problems 8. The Psychiatrist 9. Waldorf Salad 10. The Kipper and the Corpse 11. The Anniversary 12. Basil the Rat
It Ain't Half Hot Mum - Series 1 - 8 Box Set | DVD | (04/10/2010)
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Fall In!...for a feast of classic fun as the boys from the concert party parade their special brand of army camp. This classic BBC comedy series stars the members of the Royal Artillery Concert Party including Gunner 'Gloria' Beaumont (Melvyn Hayes) Gunner 'Lofty' Sugden (Don Estelle) and 'La De Da' Gunner Graham (John Clegg) all under the watchful eye of Sergeant Major 'SHUUUT UUUUP' Williams (Windsor Davies).
Bottom - Series 1 To 3 | DVD | (03/10/2005)
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This box set features all the episodes from series 1-3 of Bottom. Rik Mayall is 'Richie' Richard Richard - He's nice in a smarmy creepy disgustingly oozy oil-tongued sort of way Adrian Edmonson is Eddie Hitler- the kind of person you cross the road to avoid. Infesting a squalid flat in a seedy part of London they belch curse and smash their way through crisis and boredom alike in an orgy of destruction. Each episode sees them spin into a madcap whirlwind of slap
Are You Being Served - The Complete Series | DVD | (13/09/2010)
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Are You Being Served?: The Complete Collection (10 Discs)
Spiceworld The Movie | DVD | (14/06/2004)
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The girl's first live concert at the Royal Albert Hall is in just five day's time. With trusty bus driver Dennis (Meatloaf) at the wheel they hurtle from guest appearances to parties photoshoots and even dance camp! But when evil tabloid editor Kevin McMaxford steps up his campaign against them their best friend goes into labour and their manager collapses in hysterics the girls must draw on all their Girl Power to make it to the show on time...
Absolutely Fabulous - Absolutely Everything Definitive Edition Box Set | DVD | (17/03/2014)
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11 discs of absolutely fabulous! Everyone's favourite fashionistas - Edina and Patsy make a glamorous return in this definitive collection of all their hilarious escapades. Through the years they have had their share of highs and lows while never being dangerously sober! Now for the first time ever you can indulge in everything from this award-winning side-splitting series including the White Box Christmas Special and Ab Fab at 20 (the three 20th anniversary specials). The Collection Includes: Series 1-5 The Last Shout The Gay Special White Box Ab Fab at 20 Episodes Comprise: Series 1 Fashion Fat France Iso Tank Birthday Magazine Series 2 Hospital Death Morocco New Best Friend Poor Birth Series 3 Door Handle Happy New Year Sex Jealous Fear The End Series 4 Parralox Fish Farm Paris Donkey Small Opening Menopause Series 5 Cleanin' Book Clubbin' Panickin' Huntin' Shootin' and Fishin' Birthin' Schmoozin' Exploitin' Cold Turkey
French And Saunders - At The Movies | DVD | (06/06/2005)
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Over the past decade Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders have hilariously parodied any Hollywood film worth its salt. Gloriously some of these have been gathered together on one DVD with other hilarious sketches from the fourth television series but be very careful... you'll never be able to take any of these seriously again! Their celebrated Silence Of The Lambs parody finds Jennifer walking along the prison corridor of criminal comedy; Dawn receives blows to the head with various o
Not The Nine O'Clock News - The Best Of Not The Nine O'Clock News - Vol. 1 | DVD | (18/08/2003)
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Volume One of Not the Nine O'Clock News comprises 98 minutes of early material from the sketch show that ran between 1979 and 1982. Starring Rowan Atkinson, Griff Rhys-Jones, Mel Smith and Pamela Stephenson and coscripted by Richard (Blackadder) Curtis among others, it wasn't especially ground-breaking by the standards of Monty Python or contemporary series such as The Young Ones, but it did provide some pretty blunt belly-laughs at the major social and political concerns of the era: Thatcher, Reagan, police brutality, the prospect of nuclear war. The latter makes for an excellent Question Time spoof, in which, with the four-minute warning having sounded, a panel of politicians continue bleating on their own agenda ("Three million people are going to die unemployed!"). Atkinson's stuff is among the best here, be it as a hideous young Tory, or as Gerald the Gorilla, now civilised to a fault by the captor who caught him in the wild. ("Wild? I was livid!") The much-repeated bit of him walking into a tree, however, doesn't work as he clearly anticipates the collision. While the musical elements look inevitably dated and a lengthy sketch on darts players boozing reaches the "Yeah, we get the point" mark long before it reaches its end, it's surprising how topical much of this material remains decades on--a sketch involving an agonising gay vicar springs to mind--while time hasn't eroded the quality of much of the writing. On the DVD: Not the Nine O'Clock News on disc comes with no extra features. --David Stubbs
Not The Nine O'Clock News - The Best Of Not The Nine O'Clock News - Vol. 2 | DVD | (30/08/2004)
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Between 1979 and 1982 the Not the Nine O'Clock News team produced the sharpest comedy to be found on British television and launched the careers of the stars production team and writers and was the most talked-about comedy series of the 1980s with an enormous following worldwide. Sketches flow with the sharpest wit. News clippings and archive material are mixed with monologues and music. This selection of their quick-fire blend of satire pastiche pop and witty sketches includ
Are You Being Served? - Series 9 | DVD | (24/05/2010)
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An ailing department store where the management are beginning to show signs of wear and tear and the staff are clashing! The ninth series of this classic comedy finds Mr. Humphries Mrs.Slocombe Miss Brahms Captain Peacock Mr Rumbold and Mr Berry up to their necks in shop floor scandal and shenanigans as usual. Mr. Humphries is accused of stealing and his distinguished career could end in disgrace. When found guilty in a shop floor trial he' then dismissed but Mr Harman later finds the missing money at the back of the till! A handsome golf professional comes to the floor for a demonstration and accidentally hits Mrs. Slocombe on the head with a ball. Totally convinced she is a little girl Mrs. Slocombe wrecks havoc on the store as she cavorts around the department. Mrs Slocombe's cat is missing and in comforting her Mr. Humphries finds himself entangled more deeply than he would have liked. When Mrs Slocombe invents an aphrodisiac perfume Mrs. Peacock finds her husband's trousers in the wrong hands and there's a big misunderstanding. Plus all hell breaks loose when the staff's CB radio advert for Grace Brothers attracts a rush of truck drivers to the store. Finally what does the future hold for this shopping institution? It looks like bad news for Grace Brothers when there is interest in buying the store by the Japanese; so the staff take their problems to Number Ten where they contact President Reagan by phone and Mrs. Thatcher gets fashion tips from Mr. Humphries!
A Bit Of Fry And Laurie - Series 1-4 Complete Box Set (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk) | DVD | (30/10/2006)
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This box set features all four seasons of the classic comedy series A Bit Of Fry And Laurie. After a few appearances on various television shows ex-Cambridge University students Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie finally got the chance to shine in their very own A Bit Of Fry And Laurie. Full of turns of phrase and elaborate wordplay A Bit Of Fry And Laurie was the kind of sophisticated comedy that had been little seen on British TV screens. With an old-fashioned revue-type atmosphere and oddly 'British' sketches the delicate innuendos coupled with Fry's ability to suggest hidden meanings in everyday phrases were a winning formula that allowed the pair to continue their partnership for almost 10 years.
The Goodies - The Complete LWT Series | DVD | (26/03/2007)
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Graeme Garden Tim Brooke-Taylor and Bill Oddie are back again in the much loved comedy series that made them household names. A magnificent selection of side-splittingly funny episodes from three of TV's most popular 1970's comedians this is British TV comedy at its best.
Fawlty Towers: Series 1 and 2 | DVD | (19/11/2001)
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Often hailed as the greatest ever British sitcom, Fawlty Towers is closer to the more elaborate tradition of farce. Comprising two series made in 1975 and 1979, the total of just 12 episodes were painstakingly constructed by writers John Cleese and Connie Booth. Unlike most British farce, however, Fawlty Towers deals with the big themes--death, psychology, xenophobia and even sex-o-phobia (Basil's marriage to Sybil is the most sterile ever depicted in a sitcom). Basil's contempt for his guests is, of course, legendary. It takes little from patrons to unleash his sledgehammer sarcasm: "Rosewood, mahogany, teak? Sorry, I was wondering what you'd like your breakfast tray made out of", he sneers at a guest who dares to request breakfast in bed. Like every Englishman, he wants to be king of his own castle and resents having to take in lodgers to maintain the place, especially the open-necked younger generation, whom he regards as sub-human. Mostly, though, Fawlty Towers is comedy of exasperation--who can forget the "damn good thrashing" Basil gives his clapped-out car, or the nervous breakdowns he almost suffers trying to make himself understood to Manuel? It's also comedy of embarrassment. The very fear of losing his dignity generally leads Basil into the most spectacularly undignified of predicaments. His inevitable misery is our sheer delight. -- David Stubbs On the DVD: each six-episode season is given its own disc with a commentary track from John Howard Davies and Bob Spiers, directors of Season 1 and Season 2 respectively. The third disc has all the additional material, the best of which are new interviews with John Cleese, Andrew Sachs and Prunella Scales. Also included are text biographies of all the leads and the guest stars, a short background featurette on Torquay and the hotel owner who is said to have inspired Basil, a very short blooper reel of outtakes and a brief teaser with Cleese in character entitled "Cheap Tatty Review". Much of this extra material was comfortably fitted onto the individually available Season 1 and 2 discs, so it's a bit of a mystery why a third disc was deemed necessary for the box set. --Mark Walker
Fawlty Towers - Complete Fawlty Towers | DVD | (03/10/2005)
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Fawlty Towers remains a timeless example of comic writing acting and characterisation at its very best. This fantastic complete collection set features all 12 episodes from this classic series. Episodes titles: 1. A Touch of Class 2. The Builders 3. The Wedding Party 4. The Hotel Inspectors 5. Gourmet Night 6. The Germans 7. Communication Problems 8. The Psychiatrist 9. Waldorf Salad 10. The Kipper and the Corpse 11. The Anniversary 12. Basil the Rat
The Goodies ... At Last! (Repackaged) | DVD | (08/11/2010)
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The Goodies At Last: Volume 1 (2 Discs)
Comic Strip - Complete | DVD | (04/07/2005)
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Features the complete thirty-nine episodes from the ground-breaking comedy series.
Fawlty Towers: Complete Series 2 | DVD | (08/10/2001)
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Often hailed as the greatest ever British sitcom, Fawlty Towers is closer to the more elaborate tradition of farce. Comprising two series made in 1975 and 1979, the total of just 12 episodes were painstakingly constructed by writers John Cleese and Connie Booth. Unlike most British farce, however, Fawlty Towers deals with the big themes--death, psychology, xenophobia and even sex-o-phobia (Basil's marriage to Sybil is the most sterile ever depicted in a sitcom).Basil's contempt for his guests is, of course, legendary. It takes little from patrons to unleash his sledgehammer sarcasm: "Rosewood, mahogany, teak? Sorry, I was wondering what you'd like your breakfast tray made out of," he sneers at a guest who dares request breakfast in bed. Like every Englishman, he wants to be king of his own castle and resents having to take in lodgers to maintain the place, especially the open-necked younger generation, whom he regards as sub-human. Mostly, though, Fawlty Towers is comedy of exasperation--who can forget the "damn good thrashing" Basil gives his clapped-out car, or the nervous breakdowns he almost suffers trying to make himself understood to Manuel? It's also comedy of embarrassment. The very fear of losing his dignity generally leads Basil into the most spectacularly undignified of predicaments. His inevitable misery is our sheer delight.--David StubbsSeries 2: Communication Problems The Psychiatrist Waldorf Salad The Kipper and the Corpse The Anniversary Basil the Rat
Absolutely Fabulous - Series 1 - Complete | DVD | (20/11/2000)
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Absolutely Fabulous was first broadcast in 1992 and became an instant hit. Originally a sketch on the French and Saunders Show, Jennifer Saunders saw its potential and created one of the most ground-breaking and debauched comedies on British TV. Centred around the hip London fashion scene the series follows Edina (Saunders) and Patsy (Joanna Lumley), two women who refuse to grow up and are constantly on a mission to lose weight, gorging themselves with cocaine and/or champagne, endlessly throwing parties (or throwing up at parties), and sporting outrageous outfits which were the height of fashion at the time--honestly sweetie! The superb comic performances offered star status to Julia Sawalha as Edina's straight-laced daughter and Jane Horrocks as the sublimely dippy Bubble, and re-invented the careers of Joanna Lumley and June Whitfield. Saunders meanwhile secured her status as one of the top female comedians Britain has ever produced. Although its consciously chic clothing looks a little dated now, its mad characterisations endure and the jokes remain as hilariously slick and apt as ever. Ab Fab remains a landmark in TV since it was the first time that female comedians and writers had had the freedom and exposure to satirise problems close to their own heart, from their own perspective. With Feminist writers claiming that the ideals of feminism were dead in the 1990s and that female concerns were moving in the wrong direction--towards the "Laddette Culture"--and reports claiming that careers were taking a central role, forcing motherhood onto the back-burner, the series sought to embody and satirise these new supposedly "female" characteristics. As the show continued to grow in popularity both in Britain and the States, plans were made to transfer the formula to America. However, as with many other great British series, the content was considered too risky for American audiences due to the amount of sex and drug references. Thus domestic audiences breathed a sigh of release that their beloved Ab Fab would forever stay British to the core. --Nikki Disney
Bottom - Series 1 | DVD | (18/08/2003)
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Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson give the flat-share sitcom a much needed kick up the Bottom in the show which, alongside Men Behaving Badly (1992-8) injected new life into a legendarily dire genre. With glorious comic gusto they play Richie Rich and Eddie Hitler, a pair of misfits barely surviving unemployment in a Hammersmith hovel. They spend their life in frustration, minus female company or money, in facile schemes to entertain or better themselves, their best intentions always proving the catalyst for hilariously OTT cartoon-style violence. The humour benefits from being rude, crude and surreal, and though happily bereft of subtlety or sense the situations and set-pieces are always superbly constructed, delivered and directed. But that's only to be expected from a show that essentially presents two of The Young Ones a decade down the line. Mayall and Edmondson had earlier perfected their surreal double act as The Dangerous Brothers and these first episodes of Bottom find them in side-splitting form. From a misadventure with pheromone spray and the wrong sort of dogs down the pub in "Smells" to a birthday "Accident", which introduces The Young Ones' Christopher Ryan as a regular guest character, this is BBC comedy at its best. Brace yourself, 'cos this is going to hurt. On the DVD Bottom, Series 1 contains all six episodes presented in the original TV 4:3 ratio with mono sound. The transfer is flawless, if anything rather revealing the limitations of the source material. The only extra beyond optional English subtitles and a Danish dub is "Bottom Fluff" a 15-minute blooper reel that offers a masterclass in the art of swearing. --Gary S Dalkin
The Goodies ... At Last | DVD | (28/04/2003)
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This 2 disc collection features 8 digitally restored episodes including the very first episodes Kitten Kong The Goodies and the Beanstalk Ecky Thump Saturday Night Grease and spans their 10 years at the BBC.