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Little Britain 3 Seasons 2003

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Season 1
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4.4 out of 5 stars (93) IMDb 7.5/10

Matt Lucas and David Walliams, the creators of this character-comedy sketch show, delight in all that is mad, bad, quirky and generally bonkers about the people and places of Britain.

Starring:
Matt Lucas, David Walliams

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Season 1
1. Little Britain - Episode 1

Lou and Andy go swimming and Vicky Pollard is in trouble at school.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 1 January 2003 28 minutes
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2. Little Britain - Episode 2

Daffyd is astounded to discover that someone else has bought his copy of Gay Times.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 1 January 2003 28 minutes
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3. Little Britain - Episode 3

Lou and Andy visit the seaside as Sebastian comforts the PM after a by-election disaster.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 1 January 2003 28 minutes
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4. Little Britain - Episode 4

Dafydd is in denial at the hairdressers while Vicky appears in court.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 1 January 2003 28 minutes
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5. Little Britain - Episode 5

Newlywed teacher Edward can't quite forget that Samantha used to be one of his pupils.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 1 January 2003 28 minutes
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6. Little Britain - Episode 6

Vicky Pollard is in for a surprise when she visits the doctor.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 1 January 2003 28 minutes
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7. Little Britain - Episode 7

Vicky Pollard tells her social worker that she has swapped her baby for a Westlife CD.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 1 January 2003 28 minutes
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8. Little Britain - Episode 8

Daffyd is dismayed when barmaid Myfanwy makes an announcement.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 1 January 2003 28 minutes
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Bonus: Little Britain - Pilot

Matt Lucas and David Walliams star in a pilot episode of their award-winning sketch show.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 1 January 2003 28 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Steve Bendelack, Graham Linehan
Starring Matt Lucas, David Walliams
Supporting actors Tom Baker, Stephen Aintree, Steve Benham, Charu Bala Chokshi, Joann Condon, Steve Furst, Evie Garratt, Sally Hawkins, Siobhan Hayes, Anthony Head, Lorraine Hilton, Ruth Jones, Habib Nasib Nader, Paul Putner, Karen Seacombe, Tony Tang
Season year 2003
Network BBC Worldwide
Producers Myfanwy Moore, Jon Plowman, Andrew Wiltshire
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: DVD
Not only is the one of the funniest shows to emerge in recent years (one which revels in it's Britishness rather than trying to be watered down US-style comedy), it's also a sterling effort disc wise and is loaded with lots of worthy extras.
Every episode has a commentary by the shows stars and has an interview from the Jonathon Ross show, the pilot (with commentary), deleted scenes (with commentary - and lots of them), the best of Lucas & Walliams previous show 'Rock Profiles', a making of documentary (which is very good) and more.
If you are a fan of the show, you are in for a treat.
The only other BBC shows which have been given this much care and attention are the League of Gentlemen and Red Dwarf DVD's.
And the second series (being shown at present on BBC3 is just as great!
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When it comes to comedy, nothing can top the wonderful stylings of Matt Lucas and David Walliams. Little Britain is all that hilarity in one, $ hour long box. The ideas and acting of the program is just brilliant, and the extras on the DVD are also funny, and interesting to watch. The DVD is rated "15", but in truth, the whole family can enjoy it, despite the profanities. Not matter who you are or where you live, you must get this, because it is truly brilliant.
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I have always found Little Britain funny when I saw it originally on BBC 1 so to have the DVD is excellent. Its also full of features and I like the fact that if you want to play just a specific sketch, you can find that easily. Overall an excellent DVD worth watching.
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My husband enjoys watching comedy shows such The Black Adder and A Bit Of Fry And Laurie. He also got me interested in The Black Adder and A Bit Of Fry and Laurie as well. Naturally, I decided to watch the first season of Little Britain with my husband after he gently encouraged me to watch this show with him. Anthony Head (from the Merlin TV series) makes appearances in season one of Little Britain as a politician. There are eight episodes to this show with various funny sketches involving such characters as an eccentric hotel owner, an author who enjoys sleeping while generating ideas for her book, an aggressive stage mother, and more. Both my husband felt that the hypnotist character was pretty comedic. Meanwhile my husband's second favorite character was David William's rendition of a Scottish hotel owner, while mine was David William's rendition of a twenty something male who has a major crush on his friend's grandmother. Little Britain is great to watch for those who enjoy watching comedy series.
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Format: DVD
my dad bought this a couple of years ago when the dvd came out the first time.
ive watched it a couple of times, and it made me laugh a lot. so review.
i first put the episode on, and suddenly i laughed in a couple of minutes. it is fantastic. the comedy as fab.
DVD quality, was all right. but it was a couple of years ago. 7/10
Comedy rating, 9/10
DvD boxset 8/10

Overall rating 4 in stars. Click the buy now button now GO

George D
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By M. Joyce TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Feb. 2014
Format: DVD
Sometimes it’s good to return to a favourite programme of a few years ago, if only to see if it is as good as you remembered it to be. This is, unfortunately, not always the case, but I’m delighted to report that I guffawed just as loudly at this re-viewing of the first series of “Little Britain” as I did about ten years ago, I guess, when it was first shown. I seem to recall a decline in quality in subsequent series, when I found some of the recurring sketches in dubious taste, but this is brilliant.

All the familiar characters are here, including Lou and Andy (my favourites) and Vicky Pollard; I was never very keen on the Emily Howard character, but the only recurring sketch about which I feel somewhat uneasy is the one in which the David Walliams has a crush (to put it mildly) on Matt Lucas’s grandmother. I was struck throughout by what good actors Lucas and Walliams are and by the excellence of the supporting performances of Paul Putner, Steve Furst and, of course, Anthony Head as the Prime Minister. Tom Baker’s narration is, it goes without saying, priceless.

The two-disc set benefits from a wonderful array of “extras”; not just commentaries from Lucas and Williams (who both come across as very nice guys, incidentally) and background documentaries, but also TV and radio interviews with Jonathan Ross and Simon Mayo and a “best of” compilation from “Rock Profiles”, the programme which did much to launch the careers of Lucas and Walliams.

I was not disappointed by my return to “Little Britain”; indeed, much of it was even better than I had remembered. If, for whatever reason, you haven’t caught this show, I advise you to do so, especially as you should be able to pick it up cheaply.
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For a while there was a buzz about the partnership of Matt Lucas and David Walliams when they had a show together- Rock Profile on PlayUK. Together with Jamie Theakston they took on different pop stars, such as Gary Barlow and Elton John and so it was no surprise when the two were commissioned by the BBC to write their own show. What they have come up with is simply brilliant- dark but hilairious comedy that takes a surreal look at the life of Britain and those that inhabit it. At first it was aired on BBC3 but made a successful leap onto BBC2 and has since grown in reputation, and become one of the most talked about british comedies since The Office.
Matt Lucas and David Walliams play perfectly off each other and act as foils to each other's own style of comedy and impersonation. Each have a wide range of unusual characters but a few stand out more than others, most notably the double act of supposed wheelchair bound Andy and his good-hearted but gulliable friend, Lou. These two are so brilliant in their execution they could have a spin-off series all by themselves. Other highlights include the infamous Vicky Pollard which Matt Lucas gets down to a tee, and the unconvincing transvestite Emily Howard. The first series is outstanding, simple but brilliant, it's a touch of genius with each episode easily watched repeatedly over and over again. By the last episode each character gets some kind of comeuppance but that doesn't mean they won't all be back for a highly anticipated second series.
Instantly quotable this series is a classic- and a must-buy DVD. Everything from the opening credits to the closing 'world record attempt' has you laughing and it's all topped off by Tom Baker's
booming voice describing the bizzare goings on with customary hilarity.
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