Sgt. Bilko : The Phil Silvers Show - 50th Anniversary Edition ONLY £5.97 FOR BOXSET!! - HotUKDeals
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Actors: Phil Silvers, Paul Ford, Harvey Lembeck, Elisabeth Fraser, Herbie Faye
Format: PAL
Language English
Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment (UK)
DVD Release Date: 25 Sep 2006
Average Customer Review: based on 9 reviews. (Write a review.)
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Main Language: English
Sergeant Bilko


Sgt. Bilko is in charge of the Motor Pool at an Army base. He's also a good natured con man providing gambling facilities for the soldiers on base. When an old enemy from his past shows up to inspect his records and steal away his fiancee Sgt. Bilko has to put his skills to creative use

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gone up a £ already???

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Quite Correct...£5.97 It Is!! Thank You For The Correction!!
Comedian Phil Silvers created one of the most beloved characters in television history with his portrayal of Sergeant Bilko on THE PHIL SILVERS SHOW (aka YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH). Set on a U.S. Army base, the 1950s-era series followed the smooth-talking Bilko as he attempted a hilarious string of get-rich-quick schemes with the help of his hapless underlings--and the consternation of his beleaguered commanding officer, Colonel Hall (Paul Ford). Renowned for its complex, screwball storylines and witty, rapidfire dialogue, the Emmy Award-winning series is resurrected in this collection of 21 remastered episodes, including the never-before-seen pilot.
Love these, still funny after all these years. Thanks
Even though you can't get Quidco cashback you can collect mutual points at
Once you hit 3000 points you get a cheque for £20 it's worth comparing cashback %'s between the two.
There are alway's lots of Amazon offers on HUKD so it's worth signing up even if you only use it for your amazon deals and you end up with one £20 a year it can't be bad!
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Better off using the Nectar e-Store where you can get TRIPLE Nectar points till the end of March at
Better off using the Nectar e-Store where you can get TRIPLE Nectar points till the end of March at

At the moment the Nectar is a slightly better deal but I've used Mutualpoints for about a year (& my brother longer than that) with no probs, their's is an ongoing rate & it is a good alternative to Quidco if they have a better rate or include a retailer that Q don't. So even if you use Nectar for the next month I'd take the time to check out Mutual if you haven't before.
(You used to be able to notch up the best part of 100 points a day just doing 2 mins worth of searches but this has been reduced in recent months)
All the Bilko for less than £6. Brilliant posting.
Well spotted.
Not quite all the episodes - there were over 140.:-D
Ayyyyaaaaahhhhhuuuuupppppp.:w00t: :w00t:

Nothing compares to ERNIE!!!
Amazingly this is included in amazon's 3 for £15 DVD offer!

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