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All 25 episodes of the BBC comedy written by Roy Clarke. Miserly Arkwright (Ronnie Barker) employs his down-trodden nephew Granville (David Jason) at his grocer's store, while attempting to woo Nurse Gladys Emmanuel (Lynda Baron). Episodes comprise: 'Full of Mysterious Promise', 'A Mattress on Wheels', 'A Nice Cosy Little Disease', 'Beware of the Dog', 'Well Catered Funeral', 'Apple and Self Service', 'Laundry Blues', 'The Reluctant Traveller', 'Fig Biscuits and Inspirational Toilet Rolls', 'The New Suit', 'Arkwright's Mobile Store', 'Shedding at the Wedding', 'St. Albert's Day', 'An Errand Boy by the Ear', 'The Ginger Men', 'Duet for Solo Bicycle', 'How to Ignite Your Errand Boy', 'The Man from Down Under', 'The Cool Cocoa Tin Lid', 'Soulmate Wanted', 'Horse-Trading', 'The Housekeeper Caper', 'The Errand Boy Executive', 'Happy Birthday Arkwright' and 'The Mystical Boudoir of Nurse Gladys Emmanuel'.
Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett's magnificent partnership became a cherished British institution. Their Christmas Specials were particularly eagerly awaited and, for many, they were the highlight of the festive television schedules. The 1987 Christmas Special proved to be The Two Ronnies last ever full show together, but by then they had left so many cherished memories.
The Christmas Specials featured extra special guests - such as Elton John, David Essex and Elaine Paige - and great Christmas fun, as well as the regular Two Ronnies fare of the opening and closing new headlines, party, allotment and pub sketches and Ronnie Corbett's shaggy dog monologues.
This collection will bring back all the memories of those shows including such highlights as Chas and Dave; The Milkman's Christmas Address To The Nation; Christmas Day In The Ukon; Game For A Trial; The Tree - an Extra-Festival encounter of the Christmas Kind and Pinnochio II - Killer Doll.
The complete collection of episodes from the long-running BBC comedy sketch show hosted by Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett. A popular culture institution in its own lifetime, the programme begins and ends with the pair seated behind a desk reading quick-fire 'news' reports. In between there are sketches, drama serials, musical routines and a rambling monologue from Ronnie Corbett, before the pair sign off with their famous catchphrase: 'It's goodnight from me.' 'And it's goodnight from him.' 'Goodnight'. The collection comprises all 93 episodes from the series, including the four Christmas specials, as well as the two silent films and Corbett's 2010 programme, 'The One Ronnie', which featured special guests including Harry Enfield, Catherine Tate, Miranda Hart, David Walliams and Matt Lucas.
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A compilation of highlights from the late 1960s/early 1970s variety show hosted by David Frost, featuring appearances by Laurence Olivier, Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, Michael Palin, Rolf Harris, Marty Feldman, Des O'Connor, Kenneth Williams and John Alderton, as well as sketches by the 'Two Ronnies': Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker.
Ronnie Barker has long been known as one of Britain's greatest comedy performers. But he was also responsible for writing much of the material he performed, often hiding the fact from the public by using a number of pen names. Showcasing the complete work of a true comic icon, All I Ever Wrote is a laugh-out-loud collection of sketches, monologues, songs, poems and scripts from every strand of Ronnie's long and brilliant career. With gems like `Fork Handle's,' Three Classes' and `Pismonouncers Unanimous', Ronnie's clever writing, double entendres and spoonerisms will bring a smile to your face, as you rediscover some of the twentieth century's finest comedy moments.
Loved by millions and collected here for the first time are the very best of Ronnie Barker's classic sketches, monologues, songs, and, of course, the fantastic two-handers that he wrote for "The Two Ronnies." Celebrating his genius for comic wordplay, this wonderful collection includes "Pismonouncers Unanimous," "An Appeal for Women," and "Swedish for Beginners," and the nation's favorite sketch, "Fork Handles." As talented a writer as he was performer, Ronnie Barker was behind the best known Two Ronnies' material. His comedy writing was so prolific that he began using the pseudonym Gerald Wiley while working on "Frost on Sunday," which he continued when making "The Two Ronnies," so eager was he to ensure that his writing was judged on its merit alone. Showcasing the work of a true comic icon, and one of the best writers and comedians of the twentieth century, "Fork Handles" is every bit as warm and funny as Ronnie Barker himself. "With a foreword by Ronnie Corbett."
All 20 episodes of the classic prison sitcom, starring Ronnie Barker and Richard Beckinsale, set in Slade prison. Small-time career criminal Fletcher (Barker) takes first-timer Godber (Beckinsale) under his wing to show him the ropes, all the while trying to get one over on officious prison officer Mr Mackay (Fulton Mackay). Episodes comprise: 'New Faces, Old Hands', 'The Hustler', 'A Night In', 'A Day Out', 'Ways and Means', 'Men Without Women', 'Just Desserts', 'Heartbreak Hotel', 'Disturbing the Peace', 'Happy Release', 'The Harder They Fall', 'No Peace for the Wicked', 'No Way Out', 'The Desperate Hours', 'A Storm in a Teacup', 'Poetic Justice', 'Rough Justice', 'Pardon Me', 'A Test of Character' and 'Final Stretch'.
Compilation of the much-loved British comedian's finest moments, selected by Barker himself and including sketches and scenes from 'The Two Ronnies' with Ronnie Corbett, as well as the sitcoms 'Open All Hours', 'Porridge', 'Clarence' and 'The Magnificent Evans'.
All 15 episodes from the 1969 series 'Hark at Barker', alongside six one-off episodes from the 1971 series 'Six Dates with Barker'. Episodes comprise: 'Meet Lord Rustless', 'Rustless and Women', 'Rustless in Pigtails', 'Rustless and a Banquet', 'Rustless and Murder', 'Rustless and Foreigners', 'Rustless and the Solar System', 'Rustless and Relics', 'Rustless On Music', 'Rustless On Law', 'Rustless On Communications', 'Rustless On Cooking', 'Rustless On Medicine', 'Rustless On Do-It-Yourself, 'Rustless On Sport', '1937: The Removals Person', '1899: The Phantom Raspberry Blower of Old London Town', '1970: The Odd Job', '1915: Lola', '1971: Come in and Lie Down' and '2774 AD: All the World's a Stooge'.
Ronnie Barker introduces this compilation of fondly-remembered comedy moments from the vaults of the BBC. Includes clips from 'The Two Ronnies', 'Morecambe and Wise', 'Only Fools and Horses', 'Blackadder', 'The Likely Lads', 'One Foot in the Grave', 'The Good Life', 'Yes Minister', 'Hancock', 'Last of the Summer Wine', 'Steptoe and Son' and 'Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em'.
All eight epsiodes from the third series of the comedy show that, in its heyday, was as much of a British institution as roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. In a glorious blend of visual and verbal humour, each programme begins and ends with the pair seated behind a desk reading quick-fire 'news' reports. In between, 'in a packed programme tonight...', there are sketches, drama serials, musical routines and a rambling monologue from Ronnie Corbett, before the pair finally sign off with their famous catchphrase: 'It's goodnight from me.' 'And it's goodnight from him.' 'Goodnight'.
A tribute to a legendary duo from the golden age in television variety.
From 1971 to 1987, and over the course of twelve series and eight specials, The Two Ronnie's was one of the nation's favourite television comedy shows. The show was practically an institution, with Christmas and Easter holidays only really being complete for most families, with a Two Ronnie's special. This compilation features favourite sketches from sixteen years of the much-loved and much-missed programme, including:
Every episode from six classic television sitcoms starring comedian Ronnie Barker. The collection includes 'Open All Hours' (Series 1-4), 'Porridge' (Series 1-3 plus the Christmas specials), 'Going Straight' (all six episodes), 'Clarence' (all six episodes), 'Seven of One' (all seven episodes) and 'The Magnificent Evans' (all seven episodes).
All eight episodes from the fifth series of the comedy show that, in its heyday, was as much of a British institution as roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. In a glorious blend of visual and verbal humour, each programme begins and ends with the pair seated behind a desk reading quick-fire 'news' reports. In between, 'in a packed programme tonight...', there are sketches, drama serials, musical routines and a rambling monologue from Ronnie Corbett, before the pair finally sign off with their famous catchphrase: 'It's goodnight from me.' 'And it's goodnight from him.' 'Goodnight'.
All seven episodes from the first series of the BBC television comedy written by and starring Ronnie Barker, set in 1937. Clarence (Barker) is a short-sighted removals man, who spends more time bumping into things than actually delivering them. Then he bumps into prim housemaid Jane Travers (Josephine Tewson), who changes his bumbling life in ways he can't imagine.
In 1978, after three series, two Christmas specials and a full-length feature film of Porridge, writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais finally released Fletcher from prison. Going Straight went on to win a BAFTA and attract an audience of over 15 million.
Fletch is out. After spending three years, eight months and four days at Her Majesty's pleasure, the old lag is out of Slade Prison on parole. However, life on the outside is not going to be easy - he even finds Mr McKay in the buffet car of his train home.
Will his carefully buried nest egg still be there? Will he be able to manipulate his family (including a 17-year-old son - played be Nicholas Lyndhurst) as easily as the gullible Slade Prison lags? Will he welcome old cell-mate, Lenny Godber, now a long-distance lorry driver dating his daughter Ingrid? Or will the delights of freedom make him yearn for the company of thieves, fraudsters and even screws?
Big screen spin-off of the BBC's popular Seventies sitcom. Habitual criminal Norman Stanley Fletcher (Ronnie Barker) is currently 'doing porridge' at Slade prison, but only has a year to go. He and cellmate Lennie Godber (Richard Beckinsale, who sadly died shortly after filming was completed) are content to bide their time - until they accidentally become involved in an escape plan while playing a morale-raising football match against a 'celebrity' team. Desperate not to ruin their chances of parole, Fletcher and Godber find themselves in the unusual position of trying to break back into prison without being caught!
From 1971 to 1987, and over the course of 12 series and eight specials, The Two Ronnies became one of the great television comedy shows. Millions of viewers lapped up the sketches of doctors' surgeries, middle-class parties, government ministry broadcasts as well as the regular news headlines, Ronnie Corbett monologues, Ronnie Barker word-play sketches and fabulous comic songs. This selection features some of the best of these including:
The Two Ronnies was one of Britain's most successful comedy sketch shows, and dominated the TV schedules for sixteen years between 1971 and 1987. This compilation of classics from the much-loved show includes the sketches 'The Strange Case of Mrs. Mace', 'Plain Speaking', 'Grublian', 'Dr. Spooner Re-Visited', 'A Doctor's Life' and 'About a Bout'. There's also 'Doctors Anonymous', 'Jolly Rhymes', 'The Complete Rook', 'Ronnie Corbett's Chat-Spot' and 'A Doctor's Life'. Vintage Beeb: classic albums first available as BBC LPs, now reissued on CD. This recording was previously released on LP in 1976. Due to the age of the source material, the sound quality may vary. 1 CD. 44 mins.
Jon Pertwee, Leslie Phillips and Stephen Murray star in four episodes of the classic BBC radio comedy series. 'The Hovercraft Training Course' (12 September 1965): Pertwee and Phillips are sent on a course run by Commander Ward to learn to drive a hovercraft. However, they end up more than a little off course... 'A Sticky Business' (18 September 1966): When Troutbridge is instructed to rendezvous with the tanker Admiral Drake on a refuelling exercise, things do not quite go as planned. 'Operation Showcase' (7 October 1973): Left out of a special operation designed to show off the British Navy, the crew of HMS Troutbridge are determined to be involved. Naturally, their attempts to take part cause chaos. 'Relief for Station 150' (30 November 1975): Troutbridge is sent on a special mission to the Arctic to exchange Commander Wetherby for Lt. Thompson, who has vital information on the Russian `fishing fleet'. Will they get their man? These hilarious BBC radio episodes also feature Ronnie Barker, Richard Caldicot, Heather Chasen, Tenniel Evans and Michael Bates. Duration: 2 hours approx.
All aboard HMS Troutbridge for Series Seven of The Navy Lark! This classic BBC radio comedy, written by Laurie Wyman (with George Evans from the twelfth series onwards) starred Jon Pertwee, Leslie Phillips, Stephen Murray, Ronnie Barker and Tenniel Evans. This box set contains the episodes: `Taking Some Liberties', `Smugglers in the Solent', `Mr Murray is Victimised', `The Poveys Move House', `Captain Povey Reports Sick', `Admiral Pertwee's Fleet', `Let Loose with a Chopper', `Making a Right Pig's Breakfast', `The Mysterious Pudding Mine', `The Hovercraft Training Course', `The Sabotaged Floggle-Toggle-Box', `The Potarneyland Training Exercise' and `Going On Leave to Croydon'. Also included in this collection is a 30-page PDF booklet containing a detailed history of the development of this series of The Navy Lark (and television's HMS Paradise) cast biographies, an episode guide and Radio Times clippings. Bonus material includes `The Route March' episode from Series 2, the Overseas Service Broadcast episode `Hitting the Ice Floe' and ten Transcription Service introductions. 7 CDs. 7 hrs.
Jon Pertwee, Leslie Phillips, Stephen Murray and Ronnie Barker star in these four hilarious radio episodes. 'Mr Murray is Victimised' /'Doing a Mischief' (25 July 1965): Captain Povey realises that the person who keeps saving the hopeless crew of HMS Troutbridge from being dismissed is the wily Lt Murray. So, if he can turn CPO Pertwee and Sub-Lt Phillips against Murray, then he will have them. 'The Float-a-Peddle Fiddle'/'Float-a-Peddling Their Way Through' (11 September 1966): Troutbridge is about to set sail for its summer commission, and Pertwee has heard that they are heading for the warm Mediterranean. Will his latest get-rich-quick scheme still work when he discovers they are bound for the Arctic instead? 'A Filthy Ferryboat'/'Cleaning Up' (16 July 1967): Povey instructs Murray, Phillips and Pertwee to take Troutbridge out to sea to clean it up so it's ready for inspection. However, on the way back they somehow manage to collide with the Isle of Wight ferry. 'Sub-Conductor Phillips'/'Accredited' (17 November 1968): Captain Povey had ordered Sub-Lt Phillips to get a new uniform because his current one is falling apart. But unfortunately Leslie's piggy bank is empty... Also features Richard Caldicot, Heather Chasen, Tenniel Evans and Michael Bates. 2 CDs. 1 hr 50 mins.
1960s British comedy starring Harry H Corbett. Scripted by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson of 'Steptoe and Son' fame, the film charts the course of love of a Casanova (Corbett) who lives and works on the canals, breaking hearts as he cruises the waters.
Jon Pertwee, Leslie Phillips, Stephen Murray and Ronnie Barker star in four more classic radio episodes. 'Wren Chasen Returns'/'Working Their Passage' (27 September 1963): The crew return from leave to a shock - Troutbridge is to be mothballed in Plymouth. Meanwhile, Sub. Lt. Phillips is horrified to find that Wren Chasen is back after 11 months in Scotland, during which time he never wrote to her. 'On the Carpet'/'Working Their Passage' (4 October 1963: CPO Pertwee has stolen a carpet from Mr. Murray's cabin - but Murray has other things on his mind, as he is planning a romantic cinema trip with Heather. 'The Povey's Move House'/'Doing a Mischief' (1 August 1965): The Poveys are moving house - but Captain Povey has lost the money that his wife gave him to pay for the removal men, so he has to turn to Pertwee for help... 'Mr Philips' Wrong Uniform'/'Have Been Masquerading' (12 January 1969): After taking an unexpected dip, Mr Phillips' uniform is soaked - then a spell in the boiler room causes it to shrink! Tiddy picks up a spare from the dry cleaners, but there's a problem - the uniform he collects belongs to Captain Willis... Featuring Richard Caldicot, Heather Chasen, Tenniel Evans and Michael Bates. 2 CDs. 1 hr 53 mins.
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