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The definitive story of one of Britain's most-loved TV sitcoms. Rare and unseen footage and specially re-created moments give insights into how the show was put together, how certain scenes arose and how stories developed.
Stephen K. Amos,
As I write this a new version of 'The Story of 'Only Fools and Horses' is being made, so I thought i'd review this one first.
It's a pretty detailed affair really, with John Sullivan, the genius that was, talking about the key moments in the series' run. It was made in 2002, so the final trilogy (which many people felt shouldn't have existed) hadn't fully been aired, but even then he was able to touch on the lukewarm reaction.
There's also lots of moments from Sir David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst, as well as some of the supporting cast. It was a shame Paul Barber (Denzil) wasn't involved.
The newer documentary that's coming will be more complete, but sadly the death of the writer and several key cast members since 2002 will mean it'll be a retelling of a story without several of the main players.
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