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Spitting Image - The Complete Series 9 [DVD]
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A milestone in television comedy, Spitting Image lifted satire to a new level for over a decade through the 1980s and '90s.
No target was safe from the series' gunsights: politicians of all persuasions, Thatcher, Nelson Mandela and even the Royal Family could find themselves up for a ribbing on any given programme. In this complete ninth series Kinnock goes missing in a bid to win over the voters, Rod Stewart, Steven Fry and Cliff Richard participate in Channel 4's latest offering, Sex Talk, the Queen goes 'street', and Bros wonder why they're not famous anymore.
This set features the combined vocal talents of Roger Blake, Steve Coogan, Hugh Dennis, Steve Nallon, Kate Robbins and John Thomson.
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The "series within a series" format continues with three puppets (Mr Spock, David Steel and an anteater) escaping their masters and facing the horrors of the real world (including a young Nick Hancock as a mugger). Stop-motion continues in the form of a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles parody and the songs include such memorable numbers as No More Christmas Singles, Cry Gazza Cry and the Charity Song. What is amazing is how many of these sketches, despite being over twenty years old, are still relevant now. Just change the names and faces and bingo. Great satire and certainly nice to remember an age when TV shows could properly mock our rulers.
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I have not seen this series on DVD yet but I am assuming it is as good as I remember it on the TV.Published on 9 July 2014 by terence jelves