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The Goodies, written by Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie, was an instant success with its mixture of outrageous humour and visual effects. The characters were instantly recognisable stereotypes: Tim, the champion of everything British, Bill the bearded hippie in his rebel combat jacket and
The Best Of Dad's Army Volume Two Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Lance Corporal Jones and featuring John Laurie as Private Frazer, James Beck as Private Walker, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey and I
The complete sixth series of the long-running and ultra-camp sitcom that follows the working lives of the quirky characters from the Ladies' and Gentlemens' outfitting departments at Grace Brothers Department Store. Episodes: By Appointment The Club Do You Take This Man? Shedding the Load A Bliss
The Big parade Captain Mainwaring has reservations about letting Private Walker supply the platoon's mascot for the big 'Spitfire Week' parade. Don't Forget The Driver On an exercise, Walmington-on-Sea platoon come up with an ingenious plan to capture the windmill defended by the Eastgate men.
There's a rancid stench in the air, a rumbling in the trousers and a rumpus in the offing... Five sadistic, pungent, skint slices of life from Richard Richard and Eddie Hitler - two losers who refuse to accept that they're just never going to get to "do the business". SMELLS, ACCIDENT, DIGGER, HOLY and
PARRALOX Fame at last, darling! Edina's due to appear on Richard and Judy in the morning and an invitation to Christmas at Trudi and Sting's can't be far behind. She'd better iron out those wrinkles – luckily Patsy has just the thing... FISH FARM Surprise, surprise! Eddy has a garden and there's a sex
DoorhandleEdina's got an electronic organizer and a plan to become a model - of efficiency that is. And what's more efficient than flying to New York on Concorde for a doorknob?Happy New YearIt's New Year's Eve and Edina's got a full house - including Patsy's ultra-glam sister. But Edina's not
Not the Nine O'Clock News was the most talked-about comedy series of the 1980s, with an enormous following worldwide. These compilation highlights stand the test of time. Sketches flow with the sharpest wit. News clippings and archive material are mixed with monologues and music. All the best bits are he
Total loser Kevin Manley (Skeet Ulrich) is feeling down in the dumps at his dead-end job, at a lowly travel agency in suburban L.A. When he receives a letter informing him that he has inherited land in Alaska from a grandfather he never knew, Kevin thinks this is the answer to his prayers, for something
Vintage comedy by Jimmy Perry and David Croft. As Walmington-on-Sea trembles at the thought of a mighty Nazi invasion, the indefatigable Captain Mainwaring and his eager Home Guard are ready and waiting - regardless of the fact that some of them are so old they can hardly stand up... The complete coll
A witty remake of Disney's famous film classic, THAT DARN CAT puts a fresh new spin on a timeless tale that families have enjoyed for years. Sixteen-year-old Patti Randall (Christina Ricci - Casper, The Addams Family) finds life in her sleepy home town dull until her cat D.C. finds an important clue to a
Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie are The Goodies and never has there been such a dynamic trio. No task is too difficult nor too ridiculous or even too easy! Together they have saved the Tower of London, taken over Parliament using the ancient art of Ecky-Thump and turned a harmless, fluffy
More pungent episodes from two head-banging morons whose idea of a wild night is pulling nose hair out with a pair of pliers. Join sad pervie Richard Richard and his masochistic flatmate Eddie Hitler for more disgusting toilet humour and charming English pleasantries.
Attention shoppers! Your favourite dysfunctional sales staff are back with more mischief, more hilarity and more hair colours! Join the fun and games in the world's most eccentric department store with Mr. Humphries, Mrs. Slocombe, Miss Brahms, Captain Peacock, Mr. Lucas and the rest of the gang as they
Witty and urbane, Fry and Laurie explored a seemingly inexhautible list of subjects with a delicious turn of phrase and elaboarte wordplay. Regular sketches included insipid MI5 agent Tony Mercheson and his fervently patriotic boss Control, yuppies John and Peter intent on "putting Utoxeter on the map -