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Mrs. Merton And Malcolm - The Complete Series
  • Description

    A spin-off from the hugely successful Mrs. Merton Show, Mrs. Merton and Malcolm finds BAFTA-winning comedienne Caroline Aherne’s acerbic octogenarian chat show hostess at home in her role of doting mum to the 37-year-old Malcolm (co-writer Craig Cash).

    This darkly comic series also features sitcom legend Brian Murphy (George and Mildred, Man About The House) as forgetful family friend Arthur Capstick, and a guest appearance by Steve Coogan. Released for the first time on DVD, the series comprises all six episodes from 1999.

    Episode 1: It's Malcolm's 37th birthday. The potted beef sandwiches are prepared and it's time for the guests to arrive...

    Episode 2: Malcolm rises to the challenge of a game of tiddly-winks with next-door neighbour Justin.

    Episode 3: Malcolm finds love at the chemist's. But does shop assistant Judith Potts feel the same way about him?

    Episode 4: Malcolm is poorly. He doesn't want to bother the doctor, but Mrs. Merton is insistent...

    Episode 5: Has Mrs. Merton found the perfect partner for Arthur Capstick?

    Episode 6: As Mrs. Merton struggles to cope with the loss of her bedridden husband, Malcolm must adjust to his new role as man of the house.

    Special Features:

    • None Listed.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Caroline Aherne, Craig Cash, Brian Murphy
    Director:
    John Birkin
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network

Mrs. Merton And Malcolm - The Complete Series

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  • Description

    A spin-off from the hugely successful Mrs. Merton Show, Mrs. Merton and Malcolm finds BAFTA-winning comedienne Caroline Aherne’s acerbic octogenarian chat show hostess at home in her role of doting mum to the 37-year-old Malcolm (co-writer Craig Cash).

    This darkly comic series also features sitcom legend Brian Murphy (George and Mildred, Man About The House) as forgetful family friend Arthur Capstick, and a guest appearance by Steve Coogan. Released for the first time on DVD, the series comprises all six episodes from 1999.

    Episode 1: It's Malcolm's 37th birthday. The potted beef sandwiches are prepared and it's time for the guests to arrive...

    Episode 2: Malcolm rises to the challenge of a game of tiddly-winks with next-door neighbour Justin.

    Episode 3: Malcolm finds love at the chemist's. But does shop assistant Judith Potts feel the same way about him?

    Episode 4: Malcolm is poorly. He doesn't want to bother the doctor, but Mrs. Merton is insistent...

    Episode 5: Has Mrs. Merton found the perfect partner for Arthur Capstick?

    Episode 6: As Mrs. Merton struggles to cope with the loss of her bedridden husband, Malcolm must adjust to his new role as man of the house.

    Special Features:

    • None Listed.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Caroline Aherne, Craig Cash, Brian Murphy
    Director:
    John Birkin
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network
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