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A Bit Of A Do
  • Description

    Weddings can be a fraught affair at the best of times, but when Ted Simcock (David Jason) - the father of the groom, and the bride's mother, Liz Rodenhurst (Nicola Pagett - Upstairs Downstairs) make it a day to remember for all the wrong reasons, it sparks a chain of events that changes the lives of the snobbish Rodenhursts and working-class Simcocks forever.

    Adapted for the screen from his own novels by David Nobbs (The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin), A Bit of a Do is a sharply-written comedy drama which won David Jason the Best Actor Award at the 1990 British Comedy Awards. Featuring an outstanding supporting cast that includes Paul Chapman (As Time Goes By) as snooty dentist and father of the bride laurence Rodenhurst, Gwen Taylor (Duty free) as scorned wife Rita Simcock and Stephanie Cole (Waiting for God) and Tim Wylton (My Hero) as family friends Betty and Rodney Sillitoe, A Bit of a Do sees the changing lives and fortunes of the group through various social occasions, including five weddings, a christening and a funeral., Weddings can be a fraught affair at the best of times, but when Ted Simcock (David Jason) - the father of the groom, and the bride's mother, Liz Rodenhurst (Nicola Pagett - Upstairs Downstairs) make it a day to remember for all the wrong reasons, it sparks a chain of events that changes the lives of the snobbish Rodenhursts and working-class Simcocks forever.

    Adapted for the screen from his own novels by David Nobbs (The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin), A Bit of a Do is a sharply-written comedy drama which won David Jason the Best Actor Award at the 1990 British Comedy Awards. Featuring an outstanding supporting cast that includes Paul Chapman (As Time Goes By) as snooty dentist and father of the bride laurence Rodenhurst, Gwen Taylor (Duty free) as scorned wife Rita Simcock and Stephanie Cole (Waiting for God) and Tim Wylton (My Hero) as family friends Betty and Rodney Sillitoe, A Bit of a Do sees the changing lives and fortunes of the group through various social occasions, including five weddings, a christening and a funeral.

    Special Features:

    • Archive interview with series star Nicola Pagett and writer David Nobbs.
    • Dogfood Dan and the Camarthen Cowboy - a single play by David Nobbs from 1982.
    • PDFs of the original press release packs from Yorkshire Television.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    Gwen Taylor, David Jason, Nicola Pagett
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    7:12
    Number of Discs:
    4
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network
    Series:
    Bit of a Do

A Bit Of A Do

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  • Description

    Weddings can be a fraught affair at the best of times, but when Ted Simcock (David Jason) - the father of the groom, and the bride's mother, Liz Rodenhurst (Nicola Pagett - Upstairs Downstairs) make it a day to remember for all the wrong reasons, it sparks a chain of events that changes the lives of the snobbish Rodenhursts and working-class Simcocks forever.

    Adapted for the screen from his own novels by David Nobbs (The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin), A Bit of a Do is a sharply-written comedy drama which won David Jason the Best Actor Award at the 1990 British Comedy Awards. Featuring an outstanding supporting cast that includes Paul Chapman (As Time Goes By) as snooty dentist and father of the bride laurence Rodenhurst, Gwen Taylor (Duty free) as scorned wife Rita Simcock and Stephanie Cole (Waiting for God) and Tim Wylton (My Hero) as family friends Betty and Rodney Sillitoe, A Bit of a Do sees the changing lives and fortunes of the group through various social occasions, including five weddings, a christening and a funeral., Weddings can be a fraught affair at the best of times, but when Ted Simcock (David Jason) - the father of the groom, and the bride's mother, Liz Rodenhurst (Nicola Pagett - Upstairs Downstairs) make it a day to remember for all the wrong reasons, it sparks a chain of events that changes the lives of the snobbish Rodenhursts and working-class Simcocks forever.

    Adapted for the screen from his own novels by David Nobbs (The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin), A Bit of a Do is a sharply-written comedy drama which won David Jason the Best Actor Award at the 1990 British Comedy Awards. Featuring an outstanding supporting cast that includes Paul Chapman (As Time Goes By) as snooty dentist and father of the bride laurence Rodenhurst, Gwen Taylor (Duty free) as scorned wife Rita Simcock and Stephanie Cole (Waiting for God) and Tim Wylton (My Hero) as family friends Betty and Rodney Sillitoe, A Bit of a Do sees the changing lives and fortunes of the group through various social occasions, including five weddings, a christening and a funeral.

    Special Features:

    • Archive interview with series star Nicola Pagett and writer David Nobbs.
    • Dogfood Dan and the Camarthen Cowboy - a single play by David Nobbs from 1982.
    • PDFs of the original press release packs from Yorkshire Television.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    Gwen Taylor, David Jason, Nicola Pagett
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    7:12
    Number of Discs:
    4
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network
    Series:
    Bit of a Do
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