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Keeping Up Appearances - Series 3 & 4
  • Description

    For house-proud Hyacinth Bucket - pronounced Bouquet, of course - everything has to be just right, for appearances are everything. And in Hyacinth's world, (a fragrant world of pot pourri and crocheted doilies), there's a place for everything, and that includes her husband Richard, for whom the phrase 'long suffering' was coined. There are some who are welcome in the Bucket residence, but never welcome the thought of an invite: people like neighbour Liz and her brother Emmet, the vicar and his wife and their 'distinguished' friend the Major. And there are those who are definitely never welcome: her family. Her sister Daisy and husband Onslow are the epitome of slobbery, her sister Rose is an ageing strumpet, whereas her father - with wandering hands and a penchant for the drink - can often be seen cycling in the buff down the canal. So, let's sound the door chimes and let the constant battle against the ever-declining moral fabric of Britain commence, just so long as nobody brushes up against the wallpaper, that is., For house-proud Hyacinth Bucket - pronounced Bouquet, of course - everything has to be just right, for appearances are everything. And in Hyacinth's world, (a fragrant world of pot pourri and crocheted doilies), there's a place for everything, and that includes her husband Richard, for whom the phrase 'long suffering' was coined. There are some who are welcome in the Bucket residence, but never welcome the thought of an invite: people like neighbour Liz and her brother Emmet, the vicar and his wife and their 'distinguished' friend the Major. And there are those who are definitely never welcome: her family. Her sister Daisy and husband Onslow are the epitome of slobbery, her sister Rose is an ageing strumpet, whereas her father - with wandering hands and a penchant for the drink - can often be seen cycling in the buff down the canal. So, let's sound the door chimes and let the constant battle against the ever-declining moral fabric of Britain commence, just so long as nobody brushes up against the wallpaper, that is.

    Special Features:

    • The Christmas Special 1991
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Patricia Routledge, David Griffin, Josephine Tewson, Clive Swift
    Director:
    Harold Snoad
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    Aspect Ratio 4:3
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Main Language:
    English
    Subtitle Languages:
    English for the deaf and hard of hearing
    studio:
    Universal Pictures
    Series:
    Keeping Up Appearances

Keeping Up Appearances - Series 3 & 4

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  • Description

    For house-proud Hyacinth Bucket - pronounced Bouquet, of course - everything has to be just right, for appearances are everything. And in Hyacinth's world, (a fragrant world of pot pourri and crocheted doilies), there's a place for everything, and that includes her husband Richard, for whom the phrase 'long suffering' was coined. There are some who are welcome in the Bucket residence, but never welcome the thought of an invite: people like neighbour Liz and her brother Emmet, the vicar and his wife and their 'distinguished' friend the Major. And there are those who are definitely never welcome: her family. Her sister Daisy and husband Onslow are the epitome of slobbery, her sister Rose is an ageing strumpet, whereas her father - with wandering hands and a penchant for the drink - can often be seen cycling in the buff down the canal. So, let's sound the door chimes and let the constant battle against the ever-declining moral fabric of Britain commence, just so long as nobody brushes up against the wallpaper, that is., For house-proud Hyacinth Bucket - pronounced Bouquet, of course - everything has to be just right, for appearances are everything. And in Hyacinth's world, (a fragrant world of pot pourri and crocheted doilies), there's a place for everything, and that includes her husband Richard, for whom the phrase 'long suffering' was coined. There are some who are welcome in the Bucket residence, but never welcome the thought of an invite: people like neighbour Liz and her brother Emmet, the vicar and his wife and their 'distinguished' friend the Major. And there are those who are definitely never welcome: her family. Her sister Daisy and husband Onslow are the epitome of slobbery, her sister Rose is an ageing strumpet, whereas her father - with wandering hands and a penchant for the drink - can often be seen cycling in the buff down the canal. So, let's sound the door chimes and let the constant battle against the ever-declining moral fabric of Britain commence, just so long as nobody brushes up against the wallpaper, that is.

    Special Features:

    • The Christmas Special 1991
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Patricia Routledge, David Griffin, Josephine Tewson, Clive Swift
    Director:
    Harold Snoad
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    Aspect Ratio 4:3
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Main Language:
    English
    Subtitle Languages:
    English for the deaf and hard of hearing
    studio:
    Universal Pictures
    Series:
    Keeping Up Appearances
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