The classic BBC Comedy series starring Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett.
From 1971-87, over 12 series, four Christmas specials and two classic silent films, Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett combined to produce one of the most popular television comedy series ever made.
From their introduction, "And in a packed programme tonight..." to the "Goodnight from him" finale, viewers savoured every moment. The "Four Candles" and "Mastermind" sketches, the Piggy Malone and Charley Farley stories and the hilarious musical numbers have a special place in viewers' hearts, but these series are packed with so many moments of comic genius.
This collection contains 93 full episodes of The Two Ronnies, their acclaimed silent comedy films By the Sea and The Picnic as well as The One Ronnie, Ronnie Corbett’s 2010 sketch show featuring Harry Enfield, Catherine Tate, Rob Brydon, Miranda Hart, Matt Lucas and David Walliams.
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Whether you have seen the original programmes or not, this compilation is worth buying. There are twelve series and I have only managed to play the first four and have chuckled throughout each performance. Barker and Corbett were, without doubt, the best ever comedy duo to appear on our screens. The timing of the witticisms and repartee were perfection and, although these programmes were shown forty years ago, the humour is in no way outdated. Saucy and suggestive, yes! but also perfection in their timing. Buying this box of goodies, you will not be disappointed, and you will laugh until your sides ache, often having to rewind because your laughter has caused you to miss the next joke! I am 81 and probably missed a lot of their original material, so am enjoying now the best humour ever produced for TV.
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