Titel: ITV sitcoms
Billy Liar, The New Statesman, George and Mildred, Please Sir!, Close to Home, Bless This House, The Two of Us, Men Behaving Badly, Rising Damp, No Heroics, Believe Nothing, Mind Your Language, Second Thoughts, On the Buses.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 132 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 132. Chapters: Billy Liar, The New Statesman, George and Mildred, Please Sir!, Close to Home, Bless This House, The Two of Us, Men Behaving Badly, Rising Damp, No Heroics, Believe Nothing, Mind Your Language, Second Thoughts, On the Buses, Whoops Apocalypse, The Goodies, Doctor at Large, Executive Stress, Girls On Top, Love Thy Neighbour, The Army Game, Never the Twain, Man About the House, The Rag Trade, Doctor in the House, Duty Free, Hot Metal, Teenage Kicks, The Dustbinmen, Mike Bassett: Manager, Yanks Go Home, A Sharp Intake of Breath, Nearest and Dearest, Carry On Christmas Specials, Never Mind the Quality Feel the Width, Surgical Spirit, Is It Legal?, The Bounder, The Upper Hand, Carry On Laughing, After Henry, Take a Letter, Mr. Jones, Robin's Nest, FM, Hallelujah!, Me and My Girl, Bootsie and Snudge, Watching, Keep It in the Family, High Stakes, Albert and Victoria, All at No 20, Farrington of the F.O., Beryl's Lot, About Face, Home to Roost, Not On Your Nellie, Oh No, It's Selwyn Froggitt!, No - That's Me Over Here!, Get Some In!, Barbara, Only When I Laugh, Odd Man Out, Hark at Barker, Bottle Boys, Tom, Dick and Harriet, Dear Mother...Love Albert, In Loving Memory, Father, Dear Father, You're Only Young Twice, That's My Boy, Curry and Chips, Full House, Kinvig, ...And Mother Makes Five, Not with a Bang, Queenie's Castle, Agony, A Fine Romance, The Lovers, Fresh Fields, ...And Mother Makes Three, Up the Elephant and Round the Castle, Slinger's Day, Hardwicke House, Haggard, Bless Me Father, No, Honestly, No Job for a Lady, Sorry, I'm A Stranger Here Myself, Shelley, The Piglet Files, The Fosters, Let There Be Love, The Gaffer, Backs to the Land, Get Real, That's Love, Dark Ages, The Cuckoo Waltz, Days Like These, Hardware, Cuffy, The Baldy Man, For the Love of Ada, Up the Garden Path, From a Bird's Eye View, All in Good Faith, A J Wentworth, BA, Doctor in Charge, Life with The Lyons, The Fenn Street Gang, The Losers, Romany Jones, Tripper's Day, Holding the Fort, Astronauts, Me, You and Him, Dr Willoughby, Mumbai Calling, Babes in the Wood, Pardon the Expression, Doctor on the Go, Shane, Two's Company, My Old Man, My Husband and I, Alexander the Greatest, French Fields, Affairs of the Heart, The Adventures of Aggie, Till Death..., The Squirrels, The Abbey, Bowler, Love and Kisses, Educating Archie, Two in Clover, Moving, Arthur's Treasured Volumes, The Ronnie Barker Playhouse, Living It Up, Andy Capp, Mixed Blessings, Moody and Pegg, Law and Disorder, Doctor at Sea, The 10 Percenters, All Our Saturdays, Faith in the Future, Yus, My Dear, The Arthur Askey Show, We'll Think of Something, Conjugal Rites, Alcock and Gander, The Misfit, The Top Secret Life of Edgar Briggs, Fortysomething, Foxy Lady, Dead Man Weds, Which Way to the War, Singles, Pay and Display, Take My Wife, It Takes a Worried Man, High & Dry, Sir Yellow, Cowboys, A Class by Himself, Canned Laughter, The Other 'Arf, Lucky Feller, Room Service, Turn out the Lights, Shirley's World, The Labours of Erica, Bob Martin, Mog, Monkey Trousers, News at Twelve, Miss Jones and Son, Trouble in Mind, Third Time Lucky. Excerpt: The New Statesman is an award-winning British sitcom of the late 1980s and early 1990s satirising the Conservative government of the time. It was written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran at the request of, and as a starring vehicle for, its principal actor, Rik Mayall. The show's theme tune is an arrangement by Alan Hawkshaw of...