Product Tag - Humphrey Barclay

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    Look Back In Anger DVD 1989 (Original)

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    Look Back In Anger DVD 1989 (Original)

    Look Back in Anger is a love triangle involving the brilliant-but-disaffected young Jimmy Porter (Branagh), his upper-middle-class, impassive wife Alison Porter (Thompson), and her aristocratic best friend Helena Charles (Redmond). Cliff (Horan), an amiable Welsh lodger, attempts to keep the peace.
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    Region: 2
    Important: A lot of DVD players around now are region free – which play any DVD region. It completely depends on what DVD player you have.
    We actually have a number of regular customers based in the US, Canada and Australia who never have problems with our region 2 discs.

    $25.99
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    Canned Laughter (1979)

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    Canned Laughter (1979)

    Robert Box asks his colleague Lorraine out for a date. They go to a restaurant where Dave Perry tries to break it as a stand-up comedian.

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    Look Back in Anger (1989)

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    Look Back in Anger (1989)

    Look Back in Anger is a love triangle involving the brilliant-but-disaffected young Jimmy Porter (Branagh), his upper-middle-class, impassive wife Alison Porter (Thompson), and her aristocratic best friend Helena Charles (Redmond). Cliff (Horan), an amiable Welsh lodger, attempts to keep the peace.

    $10.00
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    Dream Stuffing

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    Dream Stuffing

    Dream Stuffing is a British television sitcom which aired on Channel 4 in early 1984.

    The series followed the exploits of two working class young women, Mo and Jude, who share a flat in a council tower block in London’s East End, along with their three-legged cat, Tripod. Mo has a menial job in a glass eye factory, whilst Jude is on the dole.

    Part way through the series, Mo loses her job and the two girls become a thorn in the side for employment review officer Mrs Tudge. Other characters include their gay neighbour Richard, Mo’s interfering mother May, who runs the local launderette, Brenda, who works with Mo at the glass eye factory, Bill and Mr Sharples.

    The series’ theme tune, “London Girls”, was written and performed by Kirsty MacColl.

    The series was repeated once by Channel 4 in Summer 1985. It has so far not been released on video or DVD.

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    Me and My Girl

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    Me and My Girl

    Me and My Girl was a 1980s British television situation comedy starring Richard O’Sullivan, which centred on the challenges faced by a widower raising his adolescent daughter. It was broadcast on ITV between 1984 and 1988.

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    Whoops Apocalypse

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    Whoops Apocalypse

    Whoops Apocalypse is a six-part 1982 television sitcom by Andrew Marshall and David Renwick, made by London Weekend Television for ITV. Marshall and Renwick later reworked the concept as a 1986 film of the same name from ITC Entertainment, with almost completely different characters and plot, although one or two of the original actors returned in different roles.

    The series has a big cult audience, and copies of videos are heavily sought after. The British budget label Channel 5 Video released a compilation cassette of all six episodes edited together into one 137-minute chunk in 1987.

    In 2010 Network DVD released both the complete, unedited series and the movie on a 2-DVD set entitled Whoops Apocalypse: The Complete Apocalypse..

    John Otway also recorded a song called “Whoops Apocalypse”, which was used as the theme song for the film. He occasionally performs it live.

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    Spaced

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    Spaced

    Spaced: the anti-Friends, in that it examines the lives of common 20 somethings, but in a way that is more down to earth and realistic. Here we have Daisy and Tim; two ‘young’ adults with big dreams just trying to get by in this crazy world. They are thrown together in a common pursuit of tenancy, which they find by posing as a couple. The house has a landlady and an oddball artist living there. The series explores the ins and outs of London living.

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    Do Not Adjust Your Set

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    Do Not Adjust Your Set

    Do not adjust your set! is a television series produced originally by Rediffusion, London, then, by the fledgling Thames Television for British commercial television channel ITV from 26 December 1967 to 14 May 1969. The show took its name from the message which was displayed when there was a problem with transmission.

    It included early appearances of many actors and comedians who later became famous, such as Denise Coffey and David Jason. Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin later became members of the hugely successful Monty Python comedy troupe. Although, originally conceived as a children’s programme, it quickly acquired a cult crossover following amongst many adults, including future Pythons John Cleese and Graham Chapman.

    The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band performed a song in each programme and Bob Kerr’s Whoopee Band also appeared. The musicians frequently appeared as extras in sketches. The programme comprised a series of sketches, often bizarre and surreal, frequently satirical with a disjointed style which was to become more famous in the more daring Monty Python’s Flying Circus, which followed five months later. At least one DNAYS sketch was re-used in Monty Python. Strange animations between sketches were crafted in the final episodes by the then-unknown Terry Gilliam, who also graduated to Python – part of his “Christmas cards” animation reappeared there in the “Joy to the World” segment.

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