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Rising Damp - The Complete Series Plus The Movie [DVD] [1974] £9.99 at Amazon & Play

Comic genius, Leonard Rossiter heads the cast of this enduringly popular comedy of lodgers versus their miserly landlord. With lecherous but lovable landlord, Rigsby obsessed with lovelorn spinster, Ruth Jones and her own affections tangled with African Prince, Philip and later the sophisticated, brylcreem-ed newcomer, Seymour, this hilarious comedy works its way out of the rising damp of requited love. Watch as the wallpaper develops a deeper shade of yellow and the dust layer gains another inch, from the first series through to the highly entertaining movie.

Episodes include:
All Our Yesterdays
Charisma
Black Magic
Rooksby
Night Cut
Stand up and be Counted
The Prowler
The Cocktail Hour
Fawcett's Python
Suddenly at Home
That's my Boy
Stage Struck
Clunk Click
The Good Samaritans
A Perfect Gentleman
Last of the Big Spenders
Things that go bump in the Night
Pink Carnations
Under the Influence
Come on in the Waters Lovely
Hello Young Lovers
Fire and Brimstone
Great Expectations
Food Glorious Food
A Body Like Mine
Moonlight & Ross
The Permissive Society
For the Man who has Everything
Also includes the movie
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#1
oh yes miss Jones
#2
Great price, realised the other day I've not watched the film in ages and have the set myself.
#3
Was 'Le Petomane' his finest hour? It's a blast...
#4
Had this for many a year and it still gets a minimum yearly airing... Money well spent!
#5
The boxing one is the best....or christmas one....or er the sportscar one where Rigsby gives Miss Jones a deathride. Absolute classic!
#6
KINGYFUN
Was 'Le Petomane' his finest hour? It's a blast...

I remember seeing that short film at the pictures, shown before the main feature :D

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