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Up 'n' Under [DVD]
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When painter and decorator Arthur Hoyle (Gary Olsen), an impassioned rugby league fan and former professional player, hears corrupt manager Reg Walsh (Tony Slattery) boasting about his team, the Cobblers, Arthur bets his life savings that he can train up a side to beat them. Unfortunately, the team Reg chooses for him are the Wheatsheaf Arms, who cannot even field a full side. Terrified of his wife Doreen discovering his gamble, Arthur asks gym owner Hazel Scott (Samantha Janus) to help him whip the Wheatsheafers into shape in time to beat Reg's team.
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To get his team of mishapen failures into shape, they would sooner spend time in the pub than practice, he enlists the help of local gym owner Hazel Scott (Samantha Janus) as they embark on a Rocky style fitness regime.
It's a classic David v Goliath story as our less than magnificent seven fall at almost every hurdle in the lead up to the big game.
There's a couple of great cameo performances from Griff Rhys-Jones as the local sports reporter and Brian Glover as Arthur's father-in-law and yes it has Samantha Janus in THAT scene.
Unfortunately there are no extras, unless you count the mini-poster insert which has the chapter details.
A must see and a must have! Buy it! You wont be sorry!
Very watchable and funny film