All seven episodes from the third series of the classic BBC television comedy about the father and son who run a junkyard and scrap metal business. In 'Homes Fit For Heroes', Harold (Harry H. Corbett) tries to persuade Albert (Wilfrid Brambell) to go into an old people's home. In 'The Wooden Overcoats', Harold acquires a job lot of coffins. In 'The Lead Man Cometh', a conman (played by Leonard Rossiter) tries to sell the scrap dealers some cheap lead - which he has just stolen from their own house. In 'Steptoe a la Cart', Harold falls for a French girl. In 'Sunday For Seven Days', Harold decides to ruin Albert's cinema night. In 'The Bonds That Bind Us', one of Albert's bonds comes up and nets the scrap dealers some money. Finally, in 'The Lodger', Harold threatens to leave after Albert advertises for a lodger.
Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett play Albert and Harold, rag-and-bone merchants in this comedy classic. Father and son are always arguing, but the wily old man always comes out on top. In a house filled from top to bottom with junk, the gruesome twosome get up to the most indescribable antics!