In Sickness And In Health - Series 1 DVD

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The classic 1960s and early 70s comedy series Til Death Us Do Part had established Warren Mitchell's bigoted big-mouth Alf Garnett as one of the most unforgettable figures of British television. Too good a character to leave to posterity his creator Johnny Speight brought him back - as opinionated loud-mouthed bad tempered reactionary prudish homophobic and hilarious as ever... This 1985 sequel found Alf and Else relocated to a flat in the East End but the curmudgeonly old git still had plenty to moan about: his pension the unions having to push his wheelchair bound... wife around and horror upon horror their black and gay council home help Winston. [show more]

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Released
17 April 2019
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210 minutes 
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PAL 
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All seven episodes from series one of Johnny Speight's sequel to the classic 1960s comedy, 'Till Death Us Do Part', featuring old big-mouth himself, Alf Garnett (Warren Mitchell). Times have changed for Alf and Else (Dandy Nichols). Now in the 1980s, they've moved to a flat in the East End, but with Else now wheelchair bound, 'the old git' never finds any shortages of things to moan about, in his own unique way.

Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play  The classic 1960s and early 70s comedy series Till Death Us Do Part had established Warren Mitchell’s bigoted big-mouth Alf Garnett as one of the most unforgettable figures of British television Too good a character to leave to posterity his creator Johnny Speight brought him back – as opinionated loud-mouthed bad-tempered reactionary prudish homophobic and hilarious as ever… In Sickness and in Health is the 1985 sequel which found Alf and Else relocated to a flat in the East End but the curmudgeonly old git still had plenty to moan about His pension the unions having to push his wheelchair-bound wife around and horror upon horror their black gay council home help Winston - the list is endless