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Yus, My Dear - Series 1 [DVD] 
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The first series of the British comedy that starred Arthur Mullard, Queenie Watts (playing characters they'd previously portrayed in the sitcom 'Romany Jones') and Mike Reid in his first acting role. Wally (Mullard) and Lil (Watts) Briggs must move from their dilapidated caravan into a council house when the caravan site is redeveloped. However, Wally's layabout brother Benny (Reid) also moves in, constantly taking advantage and conning money out of his hard-working brother. Although the show's viewer ratings were very high, it was savaged by the critics and only lasted for two series.
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oh yes, and . . . . . laugh out loud too or LOL.
What a loss people like Arthur Mullard are to today's television and what a treat to watch something scripted and rehearsed instead of reality TV.
Watch out for social history: how much they receive a week in wages / income support and unintended comments on housing availability, that's if you can stop giggling.
this is one of the sitcom's i barely remember,so i thought i would risk buying it,and i'm glad i did.
the set up is based around wally and lily briggs and his sponging brother..wally is the butt of most of the jokes,but it works really well.
if like me your heart lies firmly in the 70's,then you will love this.
there are no extras,but the show make up for this.
recommended...now when is romany jones coming out????
A ratings winner back in early 1976, the humour is typical of many ITV sitcoms of the era - unpolished and simple. The scripts are hardly classic sitcom material but there's some fun to be had with the garish 70s décor (and Mullard's equally garish outfits!) Despite the generally weak scripts the cast perform well, but for me it's the energetic contribution from the excellent Queenie that gives the series a lift, without which the show would really have struggled. A product of it's time which should be treated as such. 7/10.
The picture & sound quality is good. There are no extras or subtitles.
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