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I have just completed this book. An excellent compilation and history of these wonderful comedies. It makes a great reference tome and brought back many happy memories for me, as well as few sad ones as I remember those who have passed on. I hope it sells well. It deserves to! --Brian Murphy (Actor - George Roper)
Great Book! I read it through in one sitting, obviously a lot of research went into it. An essential tool for nerds and nutcases like me! --Brian Cooke (Co-writer/creator Man About the House, George and Mildred)
You don't need to be a die-hard fan to find this book a treasure trove of memories and anecdotes. And if you are a die-hard fan, you will never put it down. --C Johnson (Reader). A tribute not just to these two superb series, but to the era in general, a true golden age of entertainment. A fascinating and very original book! --M Sykes (Reader) --Readers
We are delighted to have seen this book through from idea to print, as there was clearly potential with it. With the new airings that 'George and Mildred' is receiving on prime-time television, it proves that these wonderful shows still hold many fans.See all Product Description
I don't like to criticize anyone who takes the time to produce a piece of work that is borne of the same passion that I share for television shows of this era. Read morePublished 10 months ago by The Amazing Mr Blunden
I have been looking to buy this book for a while, but have been unable to get a copy. I eventually bit the bullet and bought the Kindle version, which I was quite disappointed... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed the book brought back memories of when it was first shown on the tv which was when i was a lot younger and fond of the program and decent comedy not like the rubbish that... Read morePublished 11 months ago by george robert robinson
Love the TV show but, sorry, this book adds nothing to it. Basically a collection of schoolboy synopses and mini biogs of guest artists which read as if they've been cut and pasted... Read morePublished on 10 Feb. 2013 by gadg17
Although this book tackles the series Man About the House and George and Mildred quite well, giving the low-down on episodes, etc, it fails to give any new information on the... Read morePublished on 14 Oct. 2011 by ruemac
I was looking forward to this book but ended up being extremely disappointed. For a start, it was the wrong format for this type of book... Read morePublished on 23 April 2011 by M. K. Pigott
The very first book on these two classic comedies, so full marks for that...
One of the biggest faults I have with TV show based books (including this one) is that they... Read more