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Please Sir!: The Complete Fenn Street Collection, DVD DVD



British comedy collection featuring all the episodes from 'Please Sir!', the sequel series 'The Fenn Street Gang', the spin-off series 'Bowler' and the feature film 'Please Sir!' (1971).

In the series 'Please Sir!' John Alderton stars as Bernard Hedges, teacher of the wayward class 5C at Fenn Street School.

Hedges has the unenviable job of trying to teach the unruly class while also dealing with nosey caretaker Norman Potter (Deryck Guyler) who challenges his every move with rules and regulations and student Maureen Bullock (Liz Gebhart) who nurses a huge crush on him.

Series 1 episodes are: 'The Welcome Mat', 'A Picture of Innocence', 'Maureen Bullock Loves Sir', 'A Near Greek Tragedy', 'The Barbarian Librarians', 'Student Princess' and 'It's the Thought That Counts'.

Series 2 episodes are: 'They're Off', 'Common Law', 'Panalal Passes By', 'The Sporting Life', 'Norman's Conquest', 'X Certificate', 'The Decent Thing', 'The Generation Gap', 'Life Without Doris', 'The School Captain', 'Out of the Frying Pan', 'Mixed Doubles' and 'Dress Circle'.

Series 3 episodes are: 'Ag Bow Rumber', 'Stitches and Hitches', 'Knick Knack Taffy Whack', 'Enter Mr Sibley', 'It's a St Bernard's Life', 'Two and Two Makes Nun', 'The Honour of the School', 'Cromwell's Last Stand', 'Catch a Falling Drop Out', 'A Star Is Born', 'The Facts of Life', 'Situations Vacant', 'Peace in Our Time' and 'And Everyone Came Too'.

Series 4 episodes are: 'Identitwit', 'The Pruning of Hedges', 'Viva La Revolution', 'A Rather Nasty Outbreak', 'David and Goliath', 'A.W.O.L.', 'What's a Class Between Friends?', 'Our Mr Price', 'Black Power', 'False Alarms', 'Sibley, Mumsie, Dodo and Georgie', 'United We Sit', 'Nemesis for Norman', 'Old Fennians Day', 'What Are You Incinerating?', 'The Ugly Duckling', 'Cup Fever', 'Please Give Generously', 'Blodwyn All Over', 'The Price War' and 'The Fixer'.

In the sequel series 'The Fenn Street Gang' the story follows the activities of a group of pupils after they leave Fenn Street School to join the workplace.

Series 1 episodes are: 'Should Auld Acquaintance', 'The Start of Something Big', 'Leave It to Me, Darling', 'Horses for Courses', 'Meet the Wizard', 'Distant Horizons', 'Change Partners', 'The Thin Yellow Line', 'All Mod Cons', 'These Foolish Things', 'Rough Justice', 'Who Was That Lady?', 'Kill Or Cure', 'When Did You Last See Your Father?', 'A Fair Swap', 'The Clean Weekend', 'Tally Ho', 'Horse of the Year', 'From Sudbury With Love', 'Who's Minding the Shop?' and 'The Great Frock Robbers'.

Series 2 episodes are: 'The Crunch', 'Smart Lad Wanted', 'The Woman for Dennis', 'Ménagerie à Trois', 'That Sort of Girl', 'The Left Hand Path', 'The Lady With the Lamp', 'The Loneliest Night of the Week', 'Father's Day', 'Low Noon', 'And Baby Makes Four', 'Is That a Proposal, Eric?', 'Private Eye, Public Nuisance', 'Dipsomania On Sea', 'Is Anybody There?', 'How to Handle a Woman', 'Business Deficiency' and 'Absent Friends'.

Series 3 episodes are: 'An Englishman's Home', 'Mother Knows Best', 'Alone at Last', 'Making Whoopee', 'After the Ball', 'The Ant and the Grasshopper', 'Abbott of Arabia' and 'Full Circle'.

In the spin-off series 'Bowler' George Baker stars as a London criminal with a desire to climb the social ladder.

Stanley Bowler (Baker) was born and bred in the East End and makes a good living from his involvement in underhand enterprises.

However, whether attempting to set himself up as a laird or opening his own gentlemen's club, his ventures into society are never quite so successful.

The episodes are: 'The Ides of March', 'Members Only', 'Come Round Any Old Time', 'They Never Come Back', 'Faithfully Yours', 'On the Fiddle', 'Monarch of the Glen', 'Thou Shalt Not Grass', 'Sweet and Sour Charity', 'R.I.P.', 'The Family Tree', 'Bowler's Analysis' and 'Without Let Or Hindrance'.

Finally, in the feature film 'Please Sir!' (1971) the unruly class of 5C enjoy a trip to the country where they taunt a rival school, visit a pub and start a food fight.



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