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Still Open All Hours - Series 1 & 2
Still Open All Hours - Series 1 & 2
  • Description

    SERIES ONE

    Open All Hours is back after 28 years. This new six part series together with the original 2013 Christmas special sees Sir David Jason reprise his role as Granville who has inherited the corner shop from his beloved but miserly Uncle Arkwright. He’s now running the business with his cheerful and good looking son, Leroy, who was the result of a whirlwind romance one night in Blackpool twenty odd years ago. The poor lad has never really met his mother and Granville does his best to keep it that way.

    SERIES TWO

    Sir David Jason returns for a second series of Roy Clarke’s much loved sitcom, reprising his role as Granville running the shop with his son, Leroy and continuing to serve the locals with a keen and inventive eye on a profit. Over the series, beginning with a Christmas episode, Granville is still being frustrated in his courtship of the forgetful Mavis by her formidable sister, Madge. He is sure however, that under Gastric’s noisy stomach lies a man that would be deeply attractive to Madge and could distract her from his wooing of Mavis.

    Can he get them together?

     

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    2
    studio:
    BBC

Still Open All Hours - Series 1 & 2

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  • Description

    SERIES ONE

    Open All Hours is back after 28 years. This new six part series together with the original 2013 Christmas special sees Sir David Jason reprise his role as Granville who has inherited the corner shop from his beloved but miserly Uncle Arkwright. He’s now running the business with his cheerful and good looking son, Leroy, who was the result of a whirlwind romance one night in Blackpool twenty odd years ago. The poor lad has never really met his mother and Granville does his best to keep it that way.

    SERIES TWO

    Sir David Jason returns for a second series of Roy Clarke’s much loved sitcom, reprising his role as Granville running the shop with his son, Leroy and continuing to serve the locals with a keen and inventive eye on a profit. Over the series, beginning with a Christmas episode, Granville is still being frustrated in his courtship of the forgetful Mavis by her formidable sister, Madge. He is sure however, that under Gastric’s noisy stomach lies a man that would be deeply attractive to Madge and could distract her from his wooing of Mavis.

    Can he get them together?

     

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    2
    studio:
    BBC

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Flashback to the Golden era

The first series plays much homage to the originals but builds up new characters to venture forth. The second series comes into its own. Character development and plots are a pleasure to watch. Clarke is a proven sitcom writer and it still continues, he makes simple situations sublimely funny and his characters merit their places. He juggles screen time between them to perfection. A true master of his craft and any new comedy writer should invest time to watch his material.

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