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Good price for this. Nearest I can see is £27.39

The ground-shaking impact of the Comic Strip's anarchic
humour rattled the televisions of 1980s Britain, and when the smoke cleared they left a gaping crater that lesser comics are still falling into today.

Now, all 39 episodes of The Comic Strip Presents, totalling over 26 hours are collected in this 9 DVD boxset, bursting with an array of extras.
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#1
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#2
Worth it just for Peter Cook in 'Mr Jolly'.
#3
g1bbuk
Worth it just for Peter Cook in 'Mr Jolly'.


One of my favourites as well but if I had to choose one it would probably be 'A Fistful of Travellers' Cheques'.
#4
[SIZE=2]Fantastic - enough said.[/SIZE]
#5
Got this last year for Crimbo - cost about £35 then so better than 1/2 price:w00t:

Great series that started off many a comics career - 9 DVDs if I recall

:-D bargain
#6
only posting as i really really want this so i need a reminder

fantastic , epic , want one
#7
being a fan of Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson i've been looking out for a cheap version of this.

so thanks a lot!!!
#8
Got this last year for £20 and worth every penny.

Only watched about half so far - Mr Jolly worth £20 by itself! ;-)



"Did you say tonic water?" :)
#9
g1bbuk
Worth it just for Peter Cook in 'Mr Jolly'.



"Who dares, gins!"

I've been waiting ages for this to be reduced.

HOT!
#10
Nice one. Ordered three sets.

One each for my brother-in-law and other sisters boyf.

And I crumbled, and got one for myself.

Top stuff.
Bad News
More Bad News
My Jolly Lives next door
The Yob.
Fistful of Travellers Cheques.
#11
Great spot. Mr Jolly is my all time fave film. The more recent ones have been hilarious too. A couple of ropey fillers, but this much top class comedy at this price is a steal. I ordered my copy straight away. If you're a fan, I suggest you do the same. Who dares gins!
#12
What about the Professionals spoof? when they are running in thei pants and leather jackets for a bus,, classic Keith Allen and Peter Richardson. What happened to the latter?
#14
Hilarious collection of send-ups and TV spoofs from the Comic Strip regulars and friends.
Features:
1. Five Go Mad In Dorset (1982)
2. War (1983)
3. The Beat Generation (1983)
4. Bad News Tour (1983)
5. Summer School (1983)
6. Five Go Mad On Mescalin (1983)
7. Dirty Movie (1984)
8. Susie (1984)
9. A Fistful Of Travellers Cheques (1984)
10. Gino - Full Story and Pics 1984)
11. Eddie Monsoon- A Life? (1984)
12. ***** (1984)
13. The Bullshitters (1984)
14. The Supergrass (1984)
15. Consuela (1986)
16. Private Enterprise (1986)
17. The Strike (1988)
18. More Bad News (1988)
19. Mr Jolly Lives Next Door (1988)
20. The Yob (1988)
21. Didn't You Kill My Brother? (1988)
22. Funseekers (1988)
23. South Atlantic Raiders (1990)
24. South Atlantic Raiders Part II (1990)
25. GLC (1990)
26. Oxford (1990)
27. Spaghetti Hoops (1990)
28. Les Dogs (1990)
29. Red Nose Of Courage (1992)
30. The Crying Game (1992)
31. Wild Turkey (1992)
32. Detectives On The Edge Of A (1993)
33. Space Virgins From Planet Sex (1993)
34. Queen Of The Wild Frontier (1993)
35. Gregory - Diary of a Nutcase (1993)
36. Demonella (1993)
37. Jealousy (1993)
38. Four Men In a Car (1998)
39. Four Men In a Plane (2000)

Interactive menus, Bonus footage, Interviews (Dawn French, Adrian Edmondson, Peter Richardson, Alexei Sayle, Nigel Planer, Pete Richens, Lenny Henry, Leslie Philips, Julie T. Wallace, Gary Beadle, Phil Cornwell), Other documentaries (Julien Temple documentary)
#15
I have always liked "Gino - Full Story and Pics"

This "road movie" could make a good full length feature film.
#16
I have to agree with Lucky Jim, it has to be 'Fistfull of Travellers Cheques'. When this was first shown on T.V. my brother & I recorded it and then spent one Saturday watching it over and over (drove our parents mad). I can remember laughing at the end of the day as much as the first viewing!:-D

Great price - thank you.
#17
No, the best one on this is the Supergrass. Anyone dare to beg a difference????
#18
sicknote
No, the best one on this is the Supergrass. Anyone dare to beg a difference????


Bad News for me I'm afraid - cult status that surpasses Mr Jolly....I mean, I, I, I, er... I shacked up with punks, dyed my hair, all sorts of exotic colours, I, er... almost had a drugs overdose... I mean, I just generally tried to experience as much as I could!
#19
Decided to blow the g/f off this weekend and watch the whole lot from start to finish.

Naturally, she hit the roof but what the heck.
#20
sicknote
No, the best one on this is the Supergrass. Anyone dare to beg a difference????


I can't decide because there are so many excellent ones. My favorites are:

Mr Jolly
Fistful
Bad News / More Bad News
Supergrass
The Strike
The Bullshitters
The Yob

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