Open All Hours - Series Three  [DVD] 
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All six episodes from the third season of the BBC comedy series written by Roy Clarke, in which miserly stuttering shopkeeper Arkwright (Ronnie Barker) employs his down-trodden nephew Granville (David Jason) in his grocery shop while attempting to woo the ample-bosomed Nurse Gladys Emmanuel (Lynda Baron). In 'An Errand Boy By the Ear', Arkwright is baffled when his cutomers are upset by his treatment of Granville. 'The Ginger Men' sees Arkwright forcing his ginger cake on Nurse Gladys after being told that ginger has aphrodisiac properties. In 'Duet for the Solo Bicycle', a squeak in the shop's bicycle is driving Granville round the bend - but can it really be affecting his love life as he claims? 'How to Ignite Your Errand Boy' finds Arkwright planning to make his own firelighters - but the task proves rather dangerous. In 'The Man From Down Under', one of Nurse Gladys's admirers returns from a trip to Australia, and gets a real Yorkshuire welcome from Arkwright. Finally, in 'The Cool Cocoa Tin Lid', Granville is trying to look cool in open-necked shirt and sunglasses - but where is a poor errand boy to find a medallion?
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Hence the purchase of these dvds. We have enjoyed them very much, more than I expected, especialy seeing some old faces from t.v.'s past. The humour is gentle with no swearing which is so refreshing these days.
Great writing for wonderful actors/actresses.
The ginger men and The cocoa tin lid being 2 of my favorites.