Fawlty Towers remains a timeless example of comic writing, acting, and characterisation at its very best. This special edition DVD set features all 12 episodes from both seasons of this classic series. Also included are exclusive interviews with the stars, commentaries by the various directors, artist profiles, outtakes and a Torquay tourist guide. Despite there being only a dozen episodes and 30 years having passed since they were first aired this remains the definitive British sitcom, with lifetime best performances from John Cleese as hotelier Basil Fawlty and Prunella Scales as his long suffering wife.
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I think if you have taken the time to read this review id bet you already know how funny they are. I watched the series as a teenager on the back of all the hype at the time and enjoyed them alot then. I knew i had a wet weekend to fill not long back, I saw this box set and thought why not they were cheap enough. Although they look really dated now to watch, the comedy is timeless and i enjoyed them more than i did originally. Programmes like this wont be made again as tv companies are scared stiff of offending somebody, which is another reason i think these shows will be around for along time to come.
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