The Upper Hand - The Complete Seventh Series DVD


When high-flying executive Caroline Wheatley advertised for a live-in home help Charlie Burrows a footballer with a career curtailed by injury was the last person she expected to find applying for the job at her luxurious country home. But the good-looking resourceful Charlie met with approval both from Caroline's vivacious mother Laura and her son Tom. Before long a romance bloomed - one that has taken the pair all the way up the wedding aisle. But there are still surprises ahead for the couple... This engaging sitcom stars Joe McGann as Charlie and Diana Weston as... Caroline with Avengers siren Honor Blackman as Laura and future Bad Girls star Kellie Bright as Charlie's streetwise daughter Joanna. The Upper Hand based on scripts for the hugely popular US series Who's the Boss? was a major success for Central and ran for seven series. Presented here is the final series also featuring guest appearances by Millicent Martin Milton Johns Louise Jameson and Denis Lill. [show more]

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20 June 2011
175 minutes 
Colour, PAL 
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All seven episodes from the seventh and final series of the early 1990s British sitcom. After a career-ending injury, down-on-his-luck single dad Charlie Burrow (Joe McGann) applies for a job as housekeeper at the elegant country home of advertising executive Caroline Wheatley (Diana Weston). Initially sceptical, Caroline's attitude to Charlie soon softens, aided by her more appreciative mother Laura (Honor Blackman). Episodes are: 'A Lion Called Laura', 'Friends', 'In Marriage We Trust', 'The Chunnel of Love', 'Nobody's Child', 'A Couple of Charlies' and 'Oh Baby, Oh Baby'.