Two passengers meet in reception at Gatwick airport. Although unknown to each other, they find they are on the same flight and staying in the same hotel. Two characters as different as ...
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After Colin Walcott drops dead at his birthday party his wife Tess and daughter Cat discover he had a long-term mistress Marilyn by whom he has a daughter Cath. An irate Tess throws out ... See full summary »
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Richard Briers is Tony, a former Cultural Advisor to a South American dictator, who flees back to England after a revolution. Used to being pampered and feted, he has to adapt to the harsh ... See full summary »
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Two passengers meet in reception at Gatwick airport. Although unknown to each other, they find they are on the same flight and staying in the same hotel. Two characters as different as chalk and cheese have a series of misadventures on holiday in Spain.
I agree with everything that sthom-1 says. Absolutely brilliant!!!!!! I've been looking at cable listings in TV papers for years in the vain hope that this forgotten masterpiece will be shown on TV. Why is it that we get endless repeats of 'Dad's Army' (very good though it is) 'Are You Being Served' (in my opinion a load of rubbish) and yet this wonderful programme is never re-shown? There must be someone somewhere in television land who rates this programme. Only a few people I know remember this series and everyone of them rates it very highly indeed and can't understand why it is never shown on TV.
Why oh why won't someone get this released on DVD????????????
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