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Last Of The Summer Wine - Seasons 7 And 8
  • Description

    Holmfirth, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, is home to our three favourite overgrown schoolboys Foggy, Compo and Clegg. Life here for most people drifts along at a gentle pace, but never for our inimitable trio - there's always a drama waiting to become a crisis. But that's hardly surprising, when you consider all the dangers involved in attempting to find out the size of Nora Batty's feet, trying to make money selling junk food to the inhabitants of the local health farm, and taking charge of Ivy's cafe for the afternoon. Oh yes, there's trouble around every corner in this beautiful, sleepy town.

    01:

    The Frozen Turkey Man.

    The White Man's Grave.

    The Waist Land.

    Cheering Up Ludovic.

    The Three Astaires.

    The Arts Of Concealment.

    02:

    The Mysterious Feet Of Nora Batty.

    Keeping Britain Tidy.

    Enter The Phantom.

    Catching Digby's Donkey.

    The Woollen Mills Of Your Mind.

    Who's Looking After The Cafe Then?

    03:

    Christmas Special 1982: All Mod Conned.

    Christmas Special 1983: Getting Sam Home.

    Christmas Special 1984: The Loxley Lozenge., Holmfirth, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, is home to our three favourite overgrown schoolboys Foggy, Compo and Clegg. Life here for most people drifts along at a gentle pace, but never for our inimitable trio - there's always a drama waiting to become a crisis. But that's hardly surprising, when you consider all the dangers involved in attempting to find out the size of Nora Batty's feet, trying to make money selling junk food to the inhabitants of the local health farm, and taking charge of Ivy's cafe for the afternoon. Oh yes, there's trouble around every corner in this beautiful, sleepy town.

    01:

    The Frozen Turkey Man.

    The White Man's Grave.

    The Waist Land.

    Cheering Up Ludovic.

    The Three Astaires.

    The Arts Of Concealment.

    02:

    The Mysterious Feet Of Nora Batty.

    Keeping Britain Tidy.

    Enter The Phantom.

    Catching Digby's Donkey.

    The Woollen Mills Of Your Mind.

    Who's Looking After The Cafe Then?

    03:

    Christmas Special 1982: All Mod Conned.

    Christmas Special 1983: Getting Sam Home.

    Christmas Special 1984: The Loxley Lozenge.

    Special Features:

    • None Listed.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Bill OwenPeter SallisBrian Wilde
    Director:
    Sydney LotterbyAlan J.W. Bell
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    Aspect Ratio 1.33:1
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Universal Pictures
    Series:
    Last of the Summer Wine

Last Of The Summer Wine - Seasons 7 And 8

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  • Description

    Holmfirth, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, is home to our three favourite overgrown schoolboys Foggy, Compo and Clegg. Life here for most people drifts along at a gentle pace, but never for our inimitable trio - there's always a drama waiting to become a crisis. But that's hardly surprising, when you consider all the dangers involved in attempting to find out the size of Nora Batty's feet, trying to make money selling junk food to the inhabitants of the local health farm, and taking charge of Ivy's cafe for the afternoon. Oh yes, there's trouble around every corner in this beautiful, sleepy town.

    01:

    The Frozen Turkey Man.

    The White Man's Grave.

    The Waist Land.

    Cheering Up Ludovic.

    The Three Astaires.

    The Arts Of Concealment.

    02:

    The Mysterious Feet Of Nora Batty.

    Keeping Britain Tidy.

    Enter The Phantom.

    Catching Digby's Donkey.

    The Woollen Mills Of Your Mind.

    Who's Looking After The Cafe Then?

    03:

    Christmas Special 1982: All Mod Conned.

    Christmas Special 1983: Getting Sam Home.

    Christmas Special 1984: The Loxley Lozenge., Holmfirth, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, is home to our three favourite overgrown schoolboys Foggy, Compo and Clegg. Life here for most people drifts along at a gentle pace, but never for our inimitable trio - there's always a drama waiting to become a crisis. But that's hardly surprising, when you consider all the dangers involved in attempting to find out the size of Nora Batty's feet, trying to make money selling junk food to the inhabitants of the local health farm, and taking charge of Ivy's cafe for the afternoon. Oh yes, there's trouble around every corner in this beautiful, sleepy town.

    01:

    The Frozen Turkey Man.

    The White Man's Grave.

    The Waist Land.

    Cheering Up Ludovic.

    The Three Astaires.

    The Arts Of Concealment.

    02:

    The Mysterious Feet Of Nora Batty.

    Keeping Britain Tidy.

    Enter The Phantom.

    Catching Digby's Donkey.

    The Woollen Mills Of Your Mind.

    Who's Looking After The Cafe Then?

    03:

    Christmas Special 1982: All Mod Conned.

    Christmas Special 1983: Getting Sam Home.

    Christmas Special 1984: The Loxley Lozenge.

    Special Features:

    • None Listed.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Bill OwenPeter SallisBrian Wilde
    Director:
    Sydney LotterbyAlan J.W. Bell
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    Aspect Ratio 1.33:1
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Universal Pictures
    Series:
    Last of the Summer Wine

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Revisiting a well crafted comedic tale

Getting Sam Home must be one of the funniest sketches by these wacky guys in Yorkshire. This episode is worth the cost of the DVDs on its own.

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