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In Loving Memory [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Undertaking is always a classic spot for humor--to die for? 27 May 2011
By Harold Wolf - Published on Amazon.com
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It's 1929, this farce of event/mishaps occurs at a Yorkshire undertaking business. It's OK to laugh. Ownership is now through Widow Ivy (Dame Thora Hird-`Hallelujah!'). Of course she's funny. She's got her ways, her religion, her controlling manner, and her nephew. Her nephew Billy (Christopher Beeny-`Upstairs Downstairs') tries to help, not always to Auntie's satisfaction. He also likes the ladies, a conflict with Aunt Ivy's desire, and a cause for as much of the humor as caskets. But clumsy Billy has his ways to snag a lassie now and then. Lancashire has always been lovely to see, but not always this funny. Go ahead; it's OK to laugh while visiting the funeral home this time.

Toss in Ernie (Colin Farrell-`Lytton's Diary'), a friend of Billy and laugh some more. All three of the top stars had time spent on the series "Last of the Summer Wine."
This set is just the beginning season of a long-running comedy show (1979-1986.) It contains 7 episodes, each averaging about 25 minutes. Plenty of mishaps in this Series 1, and hopefully there will be more to come in the future. Delightful sets, costuming, and...well, ...death props.
Filmed in a West Yorkshire village, ah!

Episodes include:
1 In Loving Memory
2 The Legacy
3 Gone Dancing
4 The Rivals
5 Pork
6 Come Back Little Malcolm
7 Onions
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Good show 25 April 2011
By Fred D. Bline - Published on Amazon.com
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For all fans of Last of the Summer Wine, this show is a must have. Thora Hird is brilliant, and the humor is very similar. I am in hopes that all seasons will become available here in the states.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
BBC Comedy Fan 8 Aug. 2011
By B. S. Almoney - Published on Amazon.com
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This comedy is a funny look at the funeral business. I love Thora Hird in this BBC sitcom. When the second season is available I will buy it. Lots of laughs here for all to enjoy.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Thora is so talented 23 Jan. 2012
By Penny Stowe - Published on Amazon.com
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For we anglophiles that love British comedy, this is a must have. I liked Thora in Last of the Summer Wine and Hallelujah!. I wanted to see what In Loving Memory was all about, and Thora did not fail me. She's cheeky, becomes self sufficient after her undertaker husband dies, and has a heart of gold.

The Yorkshire countryside is special to me and I never get tired of looking at the scenery and small villages. I have traced many of my ancestors to Yorkshire's West and East Ridings. Thora and her friends take me home.

I would love to get the rest of the In Loving Memory series.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
not enough shows like this 27 May 2011
By Gloria Sutton - Published on Amazon.com
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I enjoyed this so much but like so many others, it just ends. I guess tv shows didnt have much survival hope if they were good. Of course I realise the woman Thora Hurd has passed away now. She was a great actress, I love anything I have ever watched with her in it.
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