On The Buses - The Complete Series [Repackaged] [11DVD] £18.00 @ Sainsburys Entertainment (New  Cutomers)
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On The Buses - The Complete Series [Repackaged] [11DVD] £18.00 @ Sainsburys Entertainment (New Cutomers)

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Found 22nd Oct 2012
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Without a doubt one of the most long-lasting and endearing of ITV sit-coms, On The Buses lasted for a tremendous seven series - from 1969 to 1973.

Starring Reg Varney as jack-the-lad Stan Butler and Bob Grant as 'clippie' Jack Harper, their unwavering objective is to get through the day with the minimum of work and the maximum ogling of birds. Determined to thwart this cunning masterplan at every opportunity is the slow but devious Inspector Blake ("Blakey" to his enemies). Not only does Butler have to contend with Blakey but he also has to put up with living at home and 'enjoying' the company of his mum, sister Olive (dearie me) and her husband Arthur - a lazy skiver if ever there was one.

This complete-series set contains all 74 shows from each of the seven series.

24 Comments

Banned

Classic British comedy - NOT!

Two middle aged blokes portrayed as young studs..... and not in an ironic way.
How the hell did they ever get away with this rubbish.

Classic!

I can't imagine anyone would want to sit through 74 episodes of On The Buses. oO

In a world where Olive used to be a stripper in real life, two lecherous old men portraying young studs maybe wasn't the leap of imagination it would be these days.

Although I've watched Holiday and Mutiny a few times as a kid, watching the reruns on telly now has soiled those memories.

Some things should be left in the past. This is probably one of them.

"I hate you Butler."

funny funny series .... and this was like well over a hundred quid when first realeased about three or four years ago so a top bargain

Really funny

I'd you are on very heavy medication

''PHHWWOOOAAAR LOOK AT THE KNOCKERS ON THAT CLIPPY"

On the Buses is a timeless classic from an era before political correctness, harmless fun for all the family! Still laugh at it now

Banned

Utter drivel you would have to be mentally challenged to think it's remotely funny.

Did you know Reg Varney was the first person ever to use a cashpoint! (Fact!)

Banned

Wow that's great

steveking1

Did you know Reg Varney was the first person ever to use a cashpoint! … Did you know Reg Varney was the first person ever to use a cashpoint! (Fact!)

theworm

Utter drivel you would have to be mentally challenged to think it's … Utter drivel you would have to be mentally challenged to think it's remotely funny.


Going by the current Generation they will love it then.

You great big nit!

I heard Reg Varney used to put black boot polish in his hair to try and look much younger(never worked though).

pdbis

I heard Reg Varney used to put black boot polish in his hair to try and … I heard Reg Varney used to put black boot polish in his hair to try and look much younger(never worked though).

he was years older than blakey

theworm

Utter drivel you would have to be mentally challenged to think it's … Utter drivel you would have to be mentally challenged to think it's remotely funny.

you'd have to have a sense of humour bypass or a highly strung feminist not to find it funny!

Banned

I guess you need to be unintelligent to find the predictably childish comedy funny.

Andy_Gateshead

you'd have to have a sense of humour bypass or a highly strung feminist … you'd have to have a sense of humour bypass or a highly strung feminist not to find it funny!

theworm

I guess you need to be unintelligent to find the predictably childish … I guess you need to be unintelligent to find the predictably childish comedy funny.

It's harmless humour, 2 randy busmen revelling at the female form, that's what it was like in the 70's!

Banned

What does "Repackaged" mean?

Ruud000

What does "Repackaged" mean?



It means packaged again.

Thanks ordered for my dads birthday
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