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on 14 October 2003
This is a lazy production, a straightforward re-issue of a 90 minute video release that first appeared in 1990, with no attempt to include additional material. For example, the famous 1965 Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling sketch (about his fruitless attempts to teach ravens to fly underwater) still exists, has been shown on TV a number of times in recent years but has not been included here. With a bit of effort and archive research, the BBC could have provided rather more Cook & Moore material than they have bothered to include.
So, magnificent so far as it goes, but something of a missed opportunity.
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