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The Norman Wisdom Collection Box Set (DVD) (12 Disc) - £14.97 Delivered @ Amazon
The Norman Wisdom Collection Box Set (DVD) (12 Disc) - £14.97 Delivered @ Amazon

The Norman Wisdom Collection Box Set (DVD) (12 Disc) - £14.97 Delivered @ Amazon

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12 great Norman Wisdom movies in one big value box set!

Titles Comprise:

1. The Bulldog Breed (1960): The Navy's newest recruit is Norman Puckle (Norman Wisdom). He's no ordinary sailor and that's just as well because he soon finds himself lined up for an extraordinary adventure. It is planned that the Navy will put a rocket into orbit and Norman is chosen to man it. Hilarious setbacks and chaos are Norman's constant companions as he undertakes the strenuous tests and training required.

2. The Early Bird (1965): An hilarious comedy about the deadly rivalry between a giant milk marketing company and an old-fashioned one-horse dairy.

3. Follow A Star (1959): Norman's greatest wish is to be a popular singer but his comic attempts to take centre stage hit all the wrong notes. At last, however, encouraged by his music teacher, Miss Dobson, and by a crippled girl named Judy, Norman wins through.

4. Just My Luck (1957): Norman is secretly in love with Anne, the girl who works across the road and he seeks a way to express his love. Fortune beckons, however, when Norman has to go to a bookmaker's and is given some advice on how to place a lucrative accumulator bet.

5. Man Of The Moment (1955): Diplomatic relations were never Norman's strong point! However, the world is in for a shock when he accidentally becomes the British delegate at an important Geneva Conference. Conducting negotiation and handling affairs of state in his inimitable style, Norman continues to make the world a better and funnier place.

6. On The Beat (1962): Norman Pitkin's ambition is to be a policeman. But he has to be content with washing police cars until the police realise that the only way to solve a spate of jewel thefts is to make use of Norman's uncanny resemblance to the chief suspect...

7. One Good Turn (1954): Norman is an orphan who has stayed on at the orphanage to do odd jobs and ends up doing a lot more. Kind as ever, he promises to buy one of the orphans a model car - the only problem now is where to find the cash?

8. Press For Time (1966): Making a catastrophe out of every assignment is a speciality for are reporter Norman Shields. Whatever the story Norman is sent to cover, he ends up making hilarious news rather than reporting it: even a beauty contest, Norman manages to find himself on centre stage rather than in a press gallery. Hold the front page for the amazing antics of Britain's funniest reporter!

9. The Square Peg (1958): It's the Second World War and Norman Pitkin is vitally interested in helping the war effort. A road mender by profession, he and his colleague Mr Grimsdale are recruited into the army and posted to France. From there it is not long before he finds he has unwittingly slipped behind enemy lines.

10. Stitch In Time (1963): Butcher's assistant Norman is banned from entering a hospital to visit little orphaned Lindy. He resolves to get in somehow...

11. Trouble In Store (1953): Norman wants to be a window dresser for a large department store, but realising his dream is not as easy as he first envisioned...

12. Up In The World (1956): Norman's up and away on the ladder of success when he takes on a new job as window cleaner to wealthy Lady Banderville. The only problem is that the pranks of Sir Reggie, her young son, are always landing him in hot water.

7 Comments

Good price - a much missed comedian.

Hot Mr Grimsdale !

Brilliant , just ordered , many thanks

just ordered last week for 16.92 fron amazon best price... so much heat

weirdly, husband came home tonight with an N W box set, probably the same but a different sepia sort of pic on it, got it for £8 2nd hand in Blockbusters.

Stormin Norman...Still at it..hot for this price!


Great deal. Sad that there's a "lost film"- There was a Crooked Man (1960) held by a private collector that still hasn't been opened up to a wider audience....
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