The Two Ronnies : The Complete BBC Christmas Specials [DVD]
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All the Christmas specials from the comedy sketch show that, in its heyday, was as much a British institution as roast beef and Yorkshire pudding.
Double act Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker, aka 'The Two Ronnies', perform their trademark sketches, 'drama serials', musical routines and rambling monologues before finally signing off with their famous catchphrase, 'It's goodnight from me', 'And it's goodnight from him'.
All the Christmas specials from the comedy sketch show that, in its heyday, was as much a British institution as roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. Double act Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker, aka 'The Two Ronnies', perform their trademark sketches, 'drama serials', musical routines and rambling monologues before finally signing off with their famous catchphrase, 'It's goodnight from me', 'And it's goodnight from him'. Includes all the Christmas specials from 1971 to 1987.
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The disc also conatins specials suvh as the 1972 edition of Christmas With The Stars and the Old Fashioned Christmas Mystery. As a bonus, there is also a documentery featuring interviews with Ronnie Corbett and others who helped make the show what it was.
My personal favourite sketch comes from the 1987 Christmas special - it is Pinocchio II: Killer Doll and is one of the darkest sketches that The Two Ronnies ever did.
If you are a fan of old-fashioned Christmas Entertainment and specifically The Two Ronnies, then you sjould not hesitate in buying this great DVD release.
With all that in mind, I have been increasing my efforts to find a whole range of suitable entertainment that will, fingers crossed, be able to prevent the whole lot of them from killing each other this Christmas (at least until I have managed to flee the scene and thus, hopefully, avoid any future legal proceedings in which I might somehow be named as some sort of 'accessory'). And, as far as festive family entertainment is concerned, you really can't get much better than 'The Two Ronnies'. Although, in the case of this particular item, just because it is heavy on the Yuletide cheer does not mean a person can't get rather a lot out of it at other times of the year as well.
I bought this 2-disc collection a couple of years ago although, if I were in the market for buying it this year, I would undoubtedly have gone for ...Read more ›
I really enjoyed these DVDs although I was disappointed with Christmas Night With The Stars. Not because of anything that was on it, more what was missing. In the opening credits The Goodies, Dad's Army, The Liver Birds and Mike Yarwood were due to appear. Unfortunately the BBC cut these from the DVD but kept Lulu and Cilla Black in! A missed opportunity, especially as anyone buying this DVD would have an interest in 70's comedy.
Not sure if all their Christmas specials are on this DVD - they must surely have done more? They did do more programmes broadcast on Christmas Day but I don't know if they were Christmas themed.
All in all, well worth the cash!
The one no-question top-quality item is the 'Chas'n'Dave' song, which I'm sure the Rockney rebels would have been proud to come up with themselves. And that's the spirit to watch it in: yer can' ave everyfin, can yer?