Miranda - Series 1-2 box set DVD

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Britain's Queen of comedy Miranda Hart in Her Brilliant TV Series.Miranda Hart's farcical, affectionate, laugh out loud sitcom introduces us to a woman desperate to fit in, and lead a normal life, while falling, often quite literally, flat on her face!Join Miranda, her eccentric mother Penny (Patricia Hodge), her boarding school frienemy Tilly (Sally Phillips), her long-term crush Gary (Tom Ellis), her old friend Stevie (Sarah Hadland) and her father (Tom Conti) for this fantastic show.

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Released
07 November 2011
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Channel 4 DVD 
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Runtime
349 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
6867441039990 
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The first two series of the BBC sitcom starring Miranda Hart. After a public school education, socially inept Miranda (Hart) is having trouble fitting in with her peer group, especially her childhood nemesis, Tilly (Sally Phillips). To top it all, Miranda constantly finds herself in awkward situations around men, and in particular, ex-university chum Gary (Tom Ellis). The cast also features Patricia Hodge and Sarah Hadland. The episodes from Series 1 are: 'Date', 'Teacher', 'Job', 'Holiday', 'Excuse' and 'Dog'. The episodes from Series 2 are: 'The New Me', 'Before I Die', 'Let's Do It', 'A New Low', 'Just Act Normal' and 'The Perfect Christmas'.

This release includes the entire first and second series of Miranda Hart&39;s very own hilarious BBC sitcom Written by and starring Hart as a hapless joke shop owner prone to falling over and socially humiliating herself Helping Miranda muddle through life are her good friends Stevie (Sarah Hadland) and Gary (Tom Ellis) all under the disapproving eye of her mother Penny (Patricia Hodge) The popular series harks back to the golden days of TV comedy with Hart often &39;breaking the forth wall&39; to comment on the ever amusing farcical events