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Les Dawson On ITV - The Specials | DVD | (23/11/2009)
from £10.48 | Saving you £14.51 (58.10%) | RRP
Les Dawson At ITV: The Specials (3 Discs)
Jeeves And Wooster - The Complete Collection | DVD | (01/09/2008)
from £18.51 | Saving you £21.48 (53.70%) | RRP
Featuring the entire series of 'Jeeves And Wooster' based on the characters created by P.G. Wodehouse. Jeeves & Wooster is one of the most delightful period comedy series on TV. Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie have captured the wit and sophistication of P.G Wodehouse and manage to portray the marvellous light hearted atmosphere in which the stories were originally set to perfection. Now you can enjoy every episode at your leisure in this delightful digipack of the complete tip-top shenanigans of Jeeves & Wooster.
Jam and Jerusalem - Series 1-3 | DVD | (23/08/2010)
from £14.99 | Saving you £25.00 (62.50%) | RRP
Set in the Women's Guild of Clatterford St. Mary this sitcom penned by Jennifer Saunders stars some of the best-loved women in comedy and comes to DVD with all 3 series!
Friends: Complete Series 6 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004)
from £9.99 | Saving you £38.60 (77.20%) | RRP
Always there for you, the hit sitcom Friends has matured and blossomed over the years. The beginning of the sixth series finds the sextet back from Las Vegas where Ross and Rachel managed to get married in a state of pronounced intoxication, thus upstaging the intended nuptials of Chandler and Monica. The first half of the season follows Ross' failure to arrange the annulment, while Monica and Chandler move in together and Rachel sets up house with Phoebe. Joey gets a shapely new roommate in the shape of Elle Macpherson. Halfway through the series, we are given a wonderful fantasy peak at a parallel universe where Rachel married Barry after all, Ross' wife Carol never realised she was gay, Monica is still fat, Chandler is a writer, Joey is starring as Dr Drake Remoray on Days of Our Lives and Phoebe is a stockbroker. The closing arc of the series features a guest appearance from Bruce Willis in two episodes as the father of Ross' new girlfriend Elizabeth--who ends up romancing Rachel. --Leslie Felperin
A Hard Day's Night | DVD | (21/07/2014)
from £11.39 | Saving you £4.60 (28.80%) | RRP
In 1964 the biggest band on the planet made their big screen debut with A Hard Day's Night a ground-breaking film that presented a 'typical' day in the life of The Fab Four as they tried to outrun screaming fans find Paul's mischievous grandfather deal with a stressed TV producer and make it to the show on time. Directed with unrelenting verve by Richard Lester whose innovative techniques paved the way for generations of music videos the film's frenetic mix of comic escapades legendary one-liners and pop perfection captured a moment in time that defined a generation. The most iconic band in music history had arrived. Special Features: In their own voices: A new piece combining 1964 interviews with The Beatles with behind-the-scenes footage and photos You can't do that: The Making of 'A Hard Day's Night': a documentary by producer Walter Shenson including an outtake performance by The Beatles Things they said today: Documentary about the film featuring director Richard Lester music producer George Martin screenwriter Alun Owen and Cinematographer Gilbert Taylor Picturewise: A new piece about Richard Lester's early work featuring a new audio interview with the director Anatomy of a style: A new piece on Richard Lester's methods Interview with author Mark Lewisohn Audio Commentary with Cast and Crew 50th Anniversary Trailer
Tommy Cooper Collection | DVD | (29/09/2008)
from £17.99 | Saving you £32.00 (64.00%) | RRP
Tommy Cooper's comedy was timeless a true original who was everyone's favourite clown. Wearing his trademark Fez he delighted millions with bungled magic tricks and hilarious sketeches.
Phoenix Nights Box Set | DVD | (20/11/2006)
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Series 1 and 2 of Peter Kay's acclaimed TV comedy Phoenix Nights. Legendary social club owner Brian Potter and his band of staff and regulars are determined to make the Phoenix Club successful no matter what. Nothing will get in their way...
Man About the House - Complete Box Set | DVD | (26/05/2008)
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Chrissy and Jo share a bedsit flat at 6 Myddleton Terrace in the Earls Court district of London. The morning after a farewell party for a third (female) flatmate and in sore need of the extra financial contribution they prepare to start looking for her replacement. Unbeknownst to them asleep in the bath after drinking too much of an appalling concoction they called punch is Robin Tripp the friend of a friend of a friend of a friend and a catering student to boot. Since he can cook they invite him to become the third flatmate offering him the spare bedroom and warning him to keep out of theirs.
As Time Goes By Series 1-4 Box set | DVD | (11/09/2006)
from £10.99 | Saving you £47.00 (78.30%) | RRP
Long ago Lionel a dashing young British Army officer met Jean a lovely student nurse and fell deeply in love. When Lionel was shipped off to fight in the Korean war the two lost touch. Now they meet again and slowly begin to rekindle their romance. Episodes Comprise: Series 1: 1. You Must Remember This 2. Getting To Know You - Again 3. The Copper Kettle 4. Surprise Surprise 5. Relationships 6. The Picnic Series2: 1. White Hunter 2. A Weekend Away 3. Visiting Rocky 4. Why? 5. Misunderstandings 6. The Cruise 7. The Book Signing Series 3: 1. We'll Always Have Paris 2. Rocky's Wedding Day 3. Living Together But Where? 4. Covering Up 5. Moving In 6. Branching Out 7. The Mini Series 8. A Trip to Los Angeles 9. Dealing with Sally 10. Problems Problems Series 4: 1. A House Full of Women 2. Rewrites 3. Getting Rid of Gwen 4. The Affair 5. Welcome News 6. The Anniversary Party 7. Wedding Preparations 8. Wedding Day Nerves 9. Judith's New Romance 10. Improvements?
Billy Connolly's Route 66 | DVD | (10/10/2011)
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Billy Connolly takes the ultimate road trip as he travels the world's most famous highway, Route 66. Billy turns Easy Rider and follows a lifelong dream as he makes the iconic 2488 mile journey from Chicago to Santa Monica. With his unrivalled ability to tell a great story, he brings to life both the big and small moments of American history: the world changing events and the comic asides. Billy says: Travelling Route 66 has always been a lifelong ambition - It brings together some of my favourite things - my trike, my banjo and America. The ultimate road trip.On his way, Billy will meet disciples of Route 66, from seasoned roadies to first-timers living the dream. And he won't just be passing through: anything could happen on the way...Includes over 40mins of exclusive, never been seen before, DVD extras - featuring Billy's video diary from his road trip.
The Fisher King | Blu Ray | (19/06/2017)
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Arthurian mythology and modern-day decay seem perfect complements to each other in Terry Gilliam's drama/comedy/fantasy The Fisher King. Shock jock Jack Lucas (Jeff Bridges) makes an off-handed radio remark that causes a man to go on a killing spree, leaving Lucas unhinged with guilt. His later, chance meeting with Parry (Robin Williams), a homeless man suffering from dementia, gets him involved in the unlikely quest for the Holy Grail. The rickety and patently unrealistic stand that insanity is just a wonderful place to be and that the homeless are all errant knights wears awfully thin, but, there are numerous moments of sad grace and violent beauty in this film. The screenplay by Richard LaGravenese launched his successful career and his smart wordplay helped garner Mercedes Ruehl an Oscar as Lucas' girlfriend. --Keith Simanton
The Vicar Of Dibley - Series 1 And 2 - Complete | DVD | (07/05/2007)
from £10.32 | Saving you £2.67 (20.60%) | RRP
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 hysterical new outlook on life love and the Church of England that will leave audiences in stitches! From the writer of Notting Hill and Four Weddings and a Funeral Richard Curtis comes the first two series of this BBC sit-com.
The Ghosts Of Motley Hall | DVD | (25/04/2005)
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Motley Hall ancestral home of the Uproar family is a wonderful old Elizabethan building. To the casual observer it is unoccupied but it is actually the home to five ghosts each from a different era in house's history. All is not cosy amongst the ghosts however and they are compelled to get along with each other as best they can - something which becomes increasingly difficult as they try to keep the twentieth century from their doorstep! Presented here is the entire series of 1
The Office: Complete Box Set (Series 1 - 2 plus Christmas Specials) | DVD | (22/11/2005)
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It feels both inaccurate and inadequate to describe The Office as a comedy. On a superficial level, it disdains all the conventions of television sitcoms: there are no punch lines, no jokes, no laugh tracks, and no cute happy endings. More profoundly, it's not what we're used to thinking of as funny. Most of the fervently devoted fan base watched with a discomfortingly thrilling combination of identification and mortification. The paradox is that its best moments are almost physically unwatchable. Set in the offices of a fictional British paper merchant, The Office is filmed in the style of a reality television show. The writing is subtle and deft, the acting wonderful, and the characters beautifully drawn: the cadaverous team leader Gareth (Mackenzie Crook); the monstrous sales rep, Chris Finch (Ralph Ineson); and the decent but long-suffering everyman Tim (Martin Freeman), whose ambition and imagination have been crushed out of him by the banality of ! the life he dreams uselessly of escaping. The show is stolen, as it was intended to be, by insufferable office manager David Brent, played by codirector-cowriter Ricky Gervais. Brent will become a name as emblematic for a particular kind of British grotesque as Basil Fawlty, but he is a deeper character. Fawlty is an exaggeration of reality, and therefore a safely comic figure. Brent is as appalling as only reality can be. --Andrew Mueller The second series exceeded even the sky-high standards of the first. Indeed, it ventured beyond caricature and satire, touching on the very edge of darkness. Ricky Gervais is once again excruciatingly superb as David Brent, but in this series, Brent's to-the-camera assertions concerning his management qualities and executive capabilities are seriously challenged when the Slough and Swindon branches are merged and his former Swindon equivalent Neil (Patrick Baladi) takes over as area manager. To compensate, Brent cultivates his pathologically mistaken image of himself as an entertainer-motivator-comedian whose stage happens to be the workplace. Meanwhile, Tim, who can only maintain his sanity by teasing the priggish Gareth, continues to wrestle with his yearning for receptionist Dawn Tinsley (Lucy Davis), a sympathetic character persisting in a relationship with a man about whom she still maintains unspoken reservations. As ever, it's the awkward, reality TV-style pauses and silences, the furtive, meaningful and unmet glances across the emotional gulf of the open-plan office, that say it all here. As for Brent, his own breakdown is prefaced by a moment of hideous hilarity--an impromptu office dance, a mixture of "Flashdance and MC Hammer" as Brent describes it, but in reality bad beyond description. Then, when his fate is sealed, he at last reveals himself in a memorable finale to perhaps the greatest British sitcom, besides Fawlty Towers, ever made. --David Stubbs The brilliant and devastating comedy of The Office is brought to a satisfying conclusion in The Office Special, originally a two-part Christmas special on the BBC, set three years after the end of the faux-documentary's second season. The former office manager David (Ricky Gervais) now ekes out a desperate existence as an oblivious quasi-celebrity, making awkward, humiliating visits back to the office staff he still believes loves him. Gawky Gareth (Mackenzie Crook) has risen to manager and become a petty tyrant, while the sweet but snide Tim (Martin Freeman) continues to pine for former receptionist Dawn (Lucy Davis), who fled to Florida with her fiance. When the documentary crew pays for Dawn to return for the holiday party, an unpredictable reunion looms ahead. The Office fuses scathing humor and genuine empathy, turning excruciating social discomfort into inspired satire. Fans will find this special rewarding in all respects. --Bret Fetzer
The Woody Allen 20 Film Collection | DVD | (02/07/2012)
from £14.99 | Saving you £11.52 (43.50%) | RRP
AliceA woman develops magical powers, thanks to an Asian herbalist. Annie HallComedian Alvy Singer falls for ditzy but delightful Annie Hall in this Best Picture OSCAR Winner. Another WomanA writer eavesdrops on the therapy sessions of a stranger. BananasFielding Mellish becomes the president of a banana republic. Broadway Danny RoseA talent manager gets dragged into a life-threatening love triangle. Crimes And MisdemeanorsMartin Landau plays an adulterous husband contemplating murder. Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex* But Were Afraid To AskOutrageously funny answers to provocative questions about sex. Hannah And Her SistersMichael Caine and Dianne Wiest won OSCARS for their supporting roles in this film brimming with laughter and tears. InteriorsAn intimate drama about a mother and her three daughters. Love And DeathA cowardly Russian finds himself on the war front. ManhattanA divorced writer falls for his best friend’s mistress. Melinda And MelindaA seriously funny love story told as both a comedy and a drama. A Midsummer Night's Sex ComedyLove blooms in the countryside for a crackpot inventor and his guests. The Purple Rose Of CairoA movie character steps off the screen and into the real world. Radio DaysA coming-of-age story set during the golden age of radio. SeptemberUnrequited love and secrets from the past haunt a fragile woman. Shadows And FogAn all-star cast lights up this dark comedy about a killer on the loose. SleeperThe future is funny in this sci-fi spoof about a man out of time. Stardust MemoriesA filmmaker grapples with fawning fans and the meaning of life. ZeligA human chameleon fascinates America in this mock documentary.
Mapp And Lucia | DVD | (10/04/2006)
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Miss Emmeline Lucas known universally to her friends as Lucia is a dreadful snob but in Miss Elizabeth Mapp of Mallards Lucia meets her match. On the surface they are the most genteel of society ladies but beneath the veneer of politeness and etiquette lies a bitter and seething malice. There is no plan too devious no plot too cunning no depths to which they would not sink in order to win the battle for social supremacy. Using their deadly weapons of garden parties bridge eve
Friends: Complete Series 8 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004)
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The eighth season of Friends picks up just moments after Monica and Chandler said, "I do." But the focus of this season is firmly on Rachel's pregnancy, as the story progresses from fatherhood revelations in "The One with the Red Sweater" and "The One Where Rachel Tells..." toward complicated new feelings for Rachel, Ross, and Joey, culminating in the maternity ward two-parter "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby." But it's not all Rachel's pregnancy story. Standalone highlights include "The One with the Rumor" in which the "We Hate Rachel" club started in high school by Ross and a certain Mr. Jennifer Aniston (an uncredited Brad Pitt) is revealed; while "The One with Monica's Boots" has Monica and Chandler arguing over finances when Phoebe and Ross are arguing over the attentions of Sting's wife, Trudie Styler (cameoing as herself). Relationship complications fall upon Phoebe as "The One with the Tea Leaves" hooks her up with a stellar cameo from Alec Baldwin. "The One with Joey's Interview" has Matt LeBlanc in top form preparing to be interviewed by Soap Opera Digest. But time starts to tick faster for everyone in "The One Where Rachel Is Late," as Joey's WWI movie finally arrives, but is overshadowed by the wait for Rachel's overdue arrival. Naturally it's all build-up to the cliffhanger finale and a final emotional surprise. --Paul Tonks
Snatched (Includes Digital Download) | Blu Ray | (11/09/2017)
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After her boyfriend dumps her on the eve of their exotic vacation, impetuous dreamer Emily Middleton (Amy Schumer) persuades her ultra-cautious mother, Linda (Goldie Hawn) to travel with her to paradise. Emily and Linda realise that working through their differences as mother and daughter - in unpredictable, hilarious fashion - is the only way to escape their outrageous jungle adventure.
Henning Wehn: No Surrender | DVD | (14/10/2013)
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The offbeat German comedian offers his take on life in the UK. Wehn, who styles himself as the 'German Comedy Ambassador to the UK', moved to Britain in 2002 and has since made a name for himself on the stand up comedy circuit and through appearances on TV shows including '8 Out of 10 Cats', 'The Alternative Comedy Experience' and 'Dave's One Night Stand'.
Twelve Chairs / History Of The World Part 1 / Life Stinks / Silent Movie / To Be Or Not To Be / High Anxiety / Young Franke | DVD | (24/04/2006)
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Herein lies 7 of the funniest Mel Brooks comedies ever committed to film. The Twelve Chairs: Russian bureaucrat Ron Moody learns that his mother is dying and has hidden the family fortune in one of twelve dining chairs left in their ancestral home. He rushes home only to find the chairs have gone to the Ministry of Housing to be relocated! Young Frankenstein: Mel Brooks' monstrously crazy tribute to Mary Shelley's classic pokes hilarious fun at just about every Fra