Maggie and Her: The Complete Series DVD

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This highly popular comedy from London Weekend Television features BAFTA-nominated Fresh Fields' star Julia McKenzie in an early sitcom role as Maggie, a divorced schoolteacher living on her own in a block of flats in London. Legendary comedy battleaxe Irene Handl is her Maggie's nosy next-door neighbour Mrs P, whose constant interference means that Maggie is never really alone. Maggie lives in hope of eventually meeting Mr Right, but Mrs P's clumsy interventions are sure to nip any potential romance in the bud... This complete set comprises both series alongside... the original pilot play, Poppy and Her, first broadcast in 1976. [show more]

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Released
14 August 2017
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
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Runtime
350 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5027626471040 
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All the episodes from the first and second series of the 1970s sitcom created by Leonard Webb and starring Julia McKenzie and Irene Handl. Divorced school teacher Maggie Brooks (McKenzie) lives in a London flat with Mrs. Perry (Handl) as a next-door neighbour. An eccentric old woman, Mrs. Perry is forever knocking on Maggie's door with advice about her male suitors or opinions on anything else she has caught wind of. Series 1 episodes are: 'Poppy and Her', 'The Naughty Window Cleaner', 'Mrs P Goes to School', 'Mr. Right', 'The Other Woman', 'National I-Don't-Care Week', 'You Make Me Feel So Young' and 'Private Tuition'. Series 2 episodes are: 'A Holiday for Two', 'Good Old Saturday Night', 'Enter a Psychologist', 'The Good Old Days', 'The Return of Fred' and 'Reg and the Computer'.