The Goodies - The Complete LWT Series [DVD]
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Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Bill Oddie star in the final outing for the comedy series that made them household names. Episodes are: 'Snow White 2', 'Robot', 'Football Crazy', 'Bigfoot', 'Change of Life', 'Holidays' and 'Animals'.
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As the "end of the Goodies" this is a somewhat lacklustre showing. It's *not* as bad as popular memory makes it but it's not the best work they produced either. Nice to have it out at last and a reasonable package of extras, but I'm waiting for more BBC shows with baited breath.
Okay, of the final series it has to be said that 'Bigfoot' is probably the best episode. It's a skit of the equally ancient 80's programme 'Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World' in which Graeme plays Arthur who merrily debunks every possible supernatural phenomenon going (just like the original series, really!) with utterly crackpot explanations (The Loch Ness Monster is actually an elephant balancing a french baguette on it's trunk with a tortoise balancing on that - or some such loony fob off) whilst UFO's land behind him to refuel at Stonehenge. And when Tim and Bill are convinced that Arthur C. Clarke is equally as mythical they go on a quest to find him, leading to Tim transforming into Bigfoot...yes, it IS as stupid and as whacked out as it sounds which is why it has stayed in my head for so long.
The Goodies swansong is filled with some great moments - perhaps not their greatest moments - but enough to satisfy until the complete BBC series is finally released. Someday. Maybe??
One episode: 'HOLIDAY' --is studio-only, which affords textured interplay within the team.
Apparantly, this series of 7 25-min shows reportedly cost as much as the entire BBC output of 70 shows.....GO FIGURE!
VISUALLY impressive as ever, with only token ITV 'forced laughter' from the studio audience. This show translates to the commercial channel far better than other COMEDY exports. ----FINE.
As with the previous collections this comes complete with an informative 28 page booklet. The previous collections however had been digitally restored; this one hasn't and, although the quality is not that bad, it does show. There are still about 40 or so episodes from the BBC years still to be released on DVD, including the whole of series' 3 and 6. While we wait however, this collection is a welcome addition to the series.
My favourite episode is Holidays because it is really funny when Graeme dresses up as a crane, when Bill plays spat and when Tim sings "Oh i do like to be beside the seaside".
I also like Robot especially when Bill dresses up as a girl.
The second disc of extras is interesting. I love watching Funky Gibbon, it is funny to see Bill and Tim really enjoying themselves but poor Graeme, my favourite Goody, looks a bit embarrassed and does not really want to be there!
All in all a lovely present from my Daddy which i watch over and over again driving him mad!!
Lucy W. Age 9
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Should read series 9. It is not the complete series of the Goodies as all but series 9 were made by the BBC, not LWT. Disappointed and feel misled by the title.Published 4 months ago by John
More excellent fun from these underrated shows. My daughter loves them as I did when I was her age, when they first came out.Published 11 months ago by Debbie Young
It is for a Christmas present but, as my son loved the original series on television, I am sure he will enjoy itPublished 22 months ago by roebuck