Auf Wiedersehen Pet - Complete Series 1 And 2 [8 dvd disc boxset] only £15 @ Tesco Jersey! + 7% Quidco! - HotUKDeals
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Looking Forward To Bier Kellers, Frauleins, High Wages And No Taxes, Dennis (Tim Healy, Neville (Kevin Whately)

And Oz (Jimmy Nail) Leave Newcastle For Work On A Building Site In Dusseldorf, Meeting Up With Fellow Ex-Pats

Wayne (Gary Holton), Bomber (Pat Roach), Barry (Timothy Spall) And Moxey (Christopher Fairbank).

The Set Contains Both Series One And Series Two Of The Classic Comedy Showing The Lads` Adventures

In Germany, Spain And Back Home In Blighty.
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#1
great find
i missed out on this last time it was cheap at wh smiths
bargain at £13.95 after quidco
heat added :)
#2
Classic show well worth it
#3
:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: Best. Show. Ever!!!
#4
Thanks for that amibees,just ordered one,although says it will not ship till November 11th
I remember watching the original back in the 80's,brilliant.:thumbsup:
#5
How good are the old ones compared the two "new" series broadcast a few years ago? Where they went to Arizona to rebuild the bridge? I'm not old enough to have seen the old ones in the 80s, but I loved the new ones!
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Iceman9899
How good are the old ones compared the two "new" series broadcast a few years ago? Where they went to Arizona to rebuild the bridge? I'm not old enough to have seen the old ones in the 80s, but I loved the new ones!


Far, far better! These are stone cold classics. Heat added and ordered.
#7
It's pretty dated but it was very good [for the time]. The most recent series are less 'complete' IMO but still good - shame the series hasn't been released as a complete edition as a 'toolchest' or some other cool box :)

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