Dear Mother, Love Albert [DVD] 
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All 20 surviving episodes of the 1960s ITV sitcom written by and starring Rodney Bewes. The series follows the trials and tribulations of Albert Courtnay (Bewes), an idealistic young man from the north of England who moves to London in search of fame and fortune but instead ends up working in a sweet factory.
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Whilst nowhere near as funny as Whatever... (Bewes and co-writer Derek Goodwin were no Dick Clements and Ian LaFrenais) the series did have a lot of charm,mainly due to Bewes himself.As with much of ITV's 60's/70's comedy output,the plots and sets are very simple and the acting pretty broad with the feeling at times that there wasn't much chance to rehearse.I suspect that if you weren't a fan at the time or aren't a fan of Rodney Bewes,you will,like my wife, wonder what all the fuss is about - she likes Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads, but found this unwatchable after 2 episodes.
This 3 disc set contains the complete series 2,3 and 4. 7 episodes for series 2, 6 for series 3 and 7 again for series 4.Series 1 was apparently destroyed.Due to an ITV technicians strike at the time, series 3 is in black and white,although the disc does contain a gallery of colour stills from series.The picture and sound quality on all three discs is extremely good and any failings, of which there are very few, are entirely due to the original recordings.Read more ›