A genuine British comedy classic the popularity of 'Rising Damp' remains unparalleled some 25 years after the first transmission. 'Rising Damp' detailed the day-to-day events at Rigsby's dingy boarding-house in Eric Chappell's hilarious sitcom. The landlord from hell Rupert Rigsby prowled around his dilapidated eyrie poking his nose into his lodgers' affairs. In this feature length movie Rigsby (Leonard Rossiter) is still intending to make Miss Jones (Frances De La Tour) his wi
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Big screen spin-off of ITV's popular Seventies sitcom. Grasping landlord Rigsby (Leonard Rossiter) spends most of his time lusting after his favourite tenant, Miss Jones (Frances de la Tour). Unfortunately for Rigsby, she only has eyes for athletic son of a tribal chief Philip (Don Warrington). He, in turn, has no time for affairs of the heart, but is nevertheless amused by his new room-mate Alan's (Christopher Strauli) attempts to lose his virginity. Into this not always happy household comes the apparently sophisticated Seymour (Denholm Elliott) - but is he all he seems?