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Ultimate Ronnie Barker Collection [12 Disc Box Set]
  • Description
    A collection of classic Ronnie Barker shows.
    OPEN ALL HOURS, Series 1-4, containing the following:
    Series 1:
    Full Of Mysterious Promise
    A Mattress On Wheels
    A Nice Cosy Little Disease
    Beware Of The Dog
    Well Catered Funeral
    Apple And Self Service
    Series 2:
    Laundry Blues
    The Reluctant Traveller
    Fig Biscuits And Inspirational Toilet Rolls
    The New Suit
    Arkwright's Mobile Store
    Shedding At The Wedding
    St Albert's Day
    Series 3:
    "An Errand Boy By The Ear"
    The Ginger Men
    Duet For Solo Bicycle
    How To Ignite Your Errand Boy
    "The Man From Down Under"
    The Cool Cocoa Tin Lid
    Series 4:
    Soulmate Wanted
    Horse-trading
    The Housekeeper Caper
    The Errand Boy Executive
    Happy Birthday Arkwright
    The Mystical Boudoir Of Nurse Gladys Emmanuel
    PORRIDGE, Series 1-3, containing the following:
    Series 1:
    New Faces, Old Hands
    The Hustler
    A Night In
    A Day Out
    Ways And Means
    Men Without Women
    Series 2:
    Just Desserts
    Heartbreak Hotel
    Disturbing The Peace
    No Peace For The Wicked
    Happy Release
    The Harder They Fall
    Series 3:
    A Storm In A Teacup
    Poetic Justice
    Rough Justice
    Pardon Me
    A Test Of Character
    Final Stretch
    Porridge: The Christmas Specials:
    No Way Out
    The Desperate Hours
    GOING STRAIGHT:
    Fletch is out. After spending three years, eight months and four days at Her Majesty's pleasure, the old lag is out of Slade Prison on parole. However, life on the outside is not going to be easy - he even finds Mr McKay in the buffet car of his train home.
    Will his carefully buried nest egg still be there? Will he be able to manipulate his family as easily as the gullible Slade Prison lags? Will he welcome old cell-mate Lenny Godber, now a long-distance lorry driver dating his daughter Ingrid? Or will the delights of freedom make him yearn for the company of thieves, fraudsters and even screws?
    CLARENCE:
    It is 1937. Clarence is a furniture shifter - an unfortunate occupation for a man who can't see further than his nose - until he meets maid Jane Travers. After a short courtship and a quick proposal, Jane suggests "a trial period" of co-habitation - with "no hanky panky".
    Moving to a country house once owned by an aunt of Jane's, the couple attempt to find domestic bliss. But Clarence's experiences at the sewage farm and working on the land suggest a myopic bungler is going to find it difficult to find gainful employment. And, as the nights grow longer, he's going to find it even more difficult sticking to his own side of the bed...
    THE MAGNIFICENT EVANS:
    In the small Welsh Village of Llantisiliant, Plantagenet Evans advertises himself as a 'Genius, Photographer and Man of Letters.' Larger than life and flamboyantly dressed, Evans is an egotistical, overbearing character who sees himself as more of an artist than artisan.
    SEVEN OF ONE:
    Open All Hours:
    This was our first sight of Arkwright, the miserly Northern shopkeeper who victimises his delivery boy and nephew.
    Prisoner and Escort:
    Fletcher, the career criminal, became Barker's most famous character. In this episode he meets future guards MacKay and Barrowclough.
    My Old Man:
    Barker plays retired and embittered engine-driver Sam Cobbett, the last tenant to leave his house in a road condemned by the council.
    Spanner's Eleven:
    This Roy Clarke scripted comedy revolves around Albert Spanner, hot dog seller and team coach for the dismal Ashfield Athletic Football Club.
    Another Fine Mess:
    This excellent homage to Laurel and Hardy finds Barker as Ollie teamed with Roy Castle as Stan.
    One Man's Meat:
    Barker, under the pseudonym Jack Goetz, wrote this story of a man desperate to escape a starvation diet imposed by his wife.
    I'll Fly You For A Quid:
    This Clement and La Frenais story finds Barker as gambling Welshman Evan
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    Roy Castle, Ronnie Barker, David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst
    Director:
    Sydney Lotterby, Harold Snoad, Mike Stephens
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    Aspect Ratio 4:3
    Main Language:
    English
    Subtitle Languages:
    English for the hard of hearing

Ultimate Ronnie Barker Collection [12 Disc Box Set]

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  • Description
    A collection of classic Ronnie Barker shows.
    OPEN ALL HOURS, Series 1-4, containing the following:
    Series 1:
    Full Of Mysterious Promise
    A Mattress On Wheels
    A Nice Cosy Little Disease
    Beware Of The Dog
    Well Catered Funeral
    Apple And Self Service
    Series 2:
    Laundry Blues
    The Reluctant Traveller
    Fig Biscuits And Inspirational Toilet Rolls
    The New Suit
    Arkwright's Mobile Store
    Shedding At The Wedding
    St Albert's Day
    Series 3:
    "An Errand Boy By The Ear"
    The Ginger Men
    Duet For Solo Bicycle
    How To Ignite Your Errand Boy
    "The Man From Down Under"
    The Cool Cocoa Tin Lid
    Series 4:
    Soulmate Wanted
    Horse-trading
    The Housekeeper Caper
    The Errand Boy Executive
    Happy Birthday Arkwright
    The Mystical Boudoir Of Nurse Gladys Emmanuel
    PORRIDGE, Series 1-3, containing the following:
    Series 1:
    New Faces, Old Hands
    The Hustler
    A Night In
    A Day Out
    Ways And Means
    Men Without Women
    Series 2:
    Just Desserts
    Heartbreak Hotel
    Disturbing The Peace
    No Peace For The Wicked
    Happy Release
    The Harder They Fall
    Series 3:
    A Storm In A Teacup
    Poetic Justice
    Rough Justice
    Pardon Me
    A Test Of Character
    Final Stretch
    Porridge: The Christmas Specials:
    No Way Out
    The Desperate Hours
    GOING STRAIGHT:
    Fletch is out. After spending three years, eight months and four days at Her Majesty's pleasure, the old lag is out of Slade Prison on parole. However, life on the outside is not going to be easy - he even finds Mr McKay in the buffet car of his train home.
    Will his carefully buried nest egg still be there? Will he be able to manipulate his family as easily as the gullible Slade Prison lags? Will he welcome old cell-mate Lenny Godber, now a long-distance lorry driver dating his daughter Ingrid? Or will the delights of freedom make him yearn for the company of thieves, fraudsters and even screws?
    CLARENCE:
    It is 1937. Clarence is a furniture shifter - an unfortunate occupation for a man who can't see further than his nose - until he meets maid Jane Travers. After a short courtship and a quick proposal, Jane suggests "a trial period" of co-habitation - with "no hanky panky".
    Moving to a country house once owned by an aunt of Jane's, the couple attempt to find domestic bliss. But Clarence's experiences at the sewage farm and working on the land suggest a myopic bungler is going to find it difficult to find gainful employment. And, as the nights grow longer, he's going to find it even more difficult sticking to his own side of the bed...
    THE MAGNIFICENT EVANS:
    In the small Welsh Village of Llantisiliant, Plantagenet Evans advertises himself as a 'Genius, Photographer and Man of Letters.' Larger than life and flamboyantly dressed, Evans is an egotistical, overbearing character who sees himself as more of an artist than artisan.
    SEVEN OF ONE:
    Open All Hours:
    This was our first sight of Arkwright, the miserly Northern shopkeeper who victimises his delivery boy and nephew.
    Prisoner and Escort:
    Fletcher, the career criminal, became Barker's most famous character. In this episode he meets future guards MacKay and Barrowclough.
    My Old Man:
    Barker plays retired and embittered engine-driver Sam Cobbett, the last tenant to leave his house in a road condemned by the council.
    Spanner's Eleven:
    This Roy Clarke scripted comedy revolves around Albert Spanner, hot dog seller and team coach for the dismal Ashfield Athletic Football Club.
    Another Fine Mess:
    This excellent homage to Laurel and Hardy finds Barker as Ollie teamed with Roy Castle as Stan.
    One Man's Meat:
    Barker, under the pseudonym Jack Goetz, wrote this story of a man desperate to escape a starvation diet imposed by his wife.
    I'll Fly You For A Quid:
    This Clement and La Frenais story finds Barker as gambling Welshman Evan
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    Roy Castle, Ronnie Barker, David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst
    Director:
    Sydney Lotterby, Harold Snoad, Mike Stephens
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    Aspect Ratio 4:3
    Main Language:
    English
    Subtitle Languages:
    English for the hard of hearing
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