Hi-De-Hi! - Series 3 & 4  [DVD] 
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Seasons 3 and 4 of the perennially popular British sitcom set in a holiday camp in the late 50s/early 60s. In 'Nice People with Nice Manners', Yvonne and Barry hold a party in their chalet for the staff they consider to be 'socially acceptable'. But when Peggy mixes up the invitations, they get a few unexpected guests. In 'Carnival Time', Joe enlists Ted's help in organising a float for the town carnival. 'A Matter of Conscience' sees the staff at Maplin's attempting to thwart the local council's plans to build a new hospital right next to the camp by making as much noise as they can. In 'The Pay-Off', the council is still determined to go ahead with its plans to build the hospital, so Joe resorts to bribing the local councillors. In 'Trouble and Strife', Ted's ex-wife is demanding that he pay up his maintenance arrears. Ted has to act quickly - and cunningly - to raise the cash in time. 'Stripes' sees Joe promoting Gladys to Head Yellowcoat after a secret visit to the camp. In 'Co-Respondent's Course', Jeffrey's wife sends her new boyfriend to ask Jeffrey for a divorce. When Jeffrey is reluctant to give grounds, her boyfriend decides to try to unearth some evidence himself. 'It's a Blue World' sees Ted arranging a special late-night showing of an adult film for the male campers. In 'Eruptions', Ted retaliates after having his act rudely interrupted by a volcano in the ballroom. In 'The Society Entertainer', Spike is a changed man after falling head over heels for one of the female campers - much to the detriment of his act. Meanwhile, Jeffrey has decided that Radio Maplin would benefit from having a new voice on the airwaves. In 'Sing You Sinners', Jeffrey finds himself standing in for the local chaplain to conduct the Sunday Half Hour - with unnerving results. 'Maplin Intercontinental' sees the troupe competing for a very special prize in this year's Best Yellowcoat Competition: a transer to the new Maplin's Holiday Camp in the Bahamas. In 'All Change', Joe appoints a new supervisor for the Yellowcoats, but is less than delighted when he discovers that she insists on having a chalet all to herself at the peak of the season when the camp is filled to capacity.
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Watching on a full HD TV set the picture was surprisingly good, (one must remember when these were made), it was very acceptable viewing and thoroughly enjoyable, and if I had to choose again from the whole series, it would still be 3 & 4. Buy it !
I now have all the series up to when Simon Caddell sadly passed away leaving a void that just couldnt be filled,as Jeffrey Fairbrother he had
no equal,and alongside Ted Bovis ( The brilliant Paul Shane ) they made this comedy work brilliantly. From Mr Fairbrother to Ted Bovis and
not forgetting Peggy Glady's and the brilliant pairing of the 2 has been ballroom dancers Yvonne and Barry and the kid hating drunk, punch &
judy man Mr Partridge this comedy series will have you in stitches. When Jeffrey Fairbrother has to read out to the rest of the staff letters he gets
from the boss of Maplins in Joe Maplins own words its a classic jem.
One sad bit is that when Simon Cadell sadly passed away we were robbed of the chance of knowing if Glady's would have ever got together with
the one man she was madly in love with,her boss Jeffrey Fairbrother,i think she would and it would have worked brilliantly. Sadly the rest of the series went downhill with Simon Cadells replacement so i wont be buying anymore but i urge anyone who's not seen this classic jem to buy this series,watch it and when laughing just remember that you wont ever see the likes of brilliant comedy like this ever again.
I think over time our viewing tastes change a bit & this did not quite hit the spot with me.Of course this is only my take on the show & I still enjoyed it.
Some shows (in my opinion )stand the test of time (ie Dad`s Army & On the Buses & Last of the Summer Wine).Still a watchable DVD though
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