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George and Mildred: The Movie [DVD]
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Big screen spin-off of the Seventies sitcom. Mildred Roper (Yootha Joyce, who died shortly after filming was completed) is determined to make husband George (Brian Roper) celebrate their wedding anniversary in style, at a posh hotel in London. However, upon arrival George is mistaken by a gangland criminal for a rival hitman, and soon the Ropers find themselves up to their necks in trouble on the wrong side of the law!
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Ideal Sunday afternoon viewing, "George and Mildred" will tickle your funny bone and allow you to spend two hours in the comfort zone of a television classic.
If life is getting you down and all the colours are turning grey, put this on for much needed lift.
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One of the funniest films ever, a great spin off fronm the tv series, George and Mildred and the last before the sad and untimely death of Yootha Joyce, it sees the Ropers staying... Read morePublished 27 days ago by thrifty nikki
This film is a good laugh whether you have seen the TV series 'George and Mildred' or not. You don't get comedies today like they made back then. Would recommend.Published 2 months ago by veejay