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  Network's British Comedies on Blu-ray and DVD [read more]
  Archive gems and riproaring rareties
  Network Distributing are getting 2019 off to a rib-tickling bang with releases of their British Comedies. Following a bumper-chuckling 2018 that saw such long-awaited releases of comedy gold including The Goodies: The Complete BBC Collection and The Kenny Everett Video Show, January brings further hilarity with the releases of the film versions of Man About the House and Till Death Us Do Part - with brand new HD transfers from the original film elements.

Riding alongside these film titles will be more from Johnny Speight's controversial bigot Alf Garnett with The Thoughts of Chairman Alf: The Complete Series and the first ever release of Till Death...: The Complete Series.

In March, those mischievous lads Bob and Terry can be caught with their pants down in the feature film spin-off The Likely Lads from comedy writing legends Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais.

These classic films and series epitomise British Comedy through the decades and lucky fans will also get some extra special surprises as two lost episodes from the original series of The Likely Lads and one episode from Till Death Us Do Part have been rediscovered and restored having been missing and unseen for over 50 years! Network's in-house studio now exclusively presented them here for the first time alongside their feature film counterparts.

Start the year off in a fit of laughter with Network's British Comedies. See the trailer above.
  Graeme Clark [24 Jan 2019 at 19:21]

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