Now available for the first time complete, all six series of the much-loved comedy series Brush Strokes starring Karl Howman are now available in one DVD collection.
From John Esmonde and Bob Larbey, the creators of hit series Please Sir! And The Good Life, Karl Howman stars as Jacko, painter, decorator and all-round charmer, never happier than when he is in the company of the opposite sex.
Somewhat naughty, always good-natured, Jacko lives with his married sister Jean and hangs out with the eccentric publican and wine bar owner Elmo Putney, while working for Bainbridge Decorators with his side-kick Eric, under the watchful and distrustful eye of his boss Lionel.
Working and flirting with Lionel's secretary Sandra, his daughter Lesley his wife Veronica, and just about anyone else he comes into contact with from policewomen to nuns and a very persuasive italian daughter with a very protective family, it's a recipe for a little love, lot of laughter and forty episodes of great comedy television that feels as fresh and funny today as when it first hit the screen.
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