Sez Les - Volume 4 [DVD]
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Sez Les was the show that firmly established Les Dawson's reputation, running for over seven years and bringing his dour, miserablist humour to a wider viewing public. Now you can rejoin the gloomy king of comedy and an array of favourite comic characters in this fourth volume, comprising series nine to eleven, along with a 'best of' compilation show first screened in 1974.
Featuring a running guest spot for comedy legend John Cleese alongside stalwart sideman Roy Barraclough, these shows offer more world-weary humour and hilarious sketches. Cosmo Smallpiece is on typically lecherous form, Lancashire gossips Cissie and Ada find plenty to natter about, and we meet the dismal Desponds TV's dullest family. Les's many guests include Dana, Alvin Stardust, Clodagh Rogers, Freddie Trueman, Lynsey de Paul and Roy Hudd.
Special Feature: Commemorative booklet by Dawson biographer Louis Barfe
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Sadly the first two series are missing from the archives, so Network's previous three volumes have collected series three to eight. Volume four has the last three series and finds Dawson's familiar characters like Cosmo Smallpiece on fine form.
Roy Barraclough is a regular guest, most notably as one half of Cissy and Ada. John Cleese, who had just left Monty Python, is a regular on some episodes as well, and seems to have had a great rapport with Les. All of their appearances together are great fun.
Louis Barfe, author of a recent biography of Dawson contributes an interesting booklet with plenty of background detail.
The four volumes of Sez Les are a fine tribute to a much-missed comedian and writer.