Win a box set of four classic sitcom film adaptations on Blu-ray

Are You Being Served?. Image shows from L to R: Miss Shirley Brahms (Wendy Richard), Mrs. Betty Slocombe (Mollie Sugden), Mr. Ernest Grainger (Arthur Brough), Mr. Cuthbert Rumbold (Nicholas Smith), Mr. Dick Lucas (Trevor Bannister), Mr. Wilberforce Clayborne Humphries (John Inman), Captain Stephen Peacock (Frank Thornton). Copyright: Anglo-EMI

The first radio comedies were adapted into big screen hits as early as the 1940s, but the 70s saw the golden age of the phenomenon, with successful TV series ranging from Till Death Us Do Part to Dad's Army and Man About The House to Father Dear Father all crossing to the silver screen. A brand new box set collects together four of the most famous - three in high definition for the very first time anywhere.

Covering three brilliant sitcom smash hits, the films are: Dad's Army (1971); Steptoe & Son (1972); Steptoe And Son Ride Again (1973); and Are You Being Served? (1977).

Big Screen British Comedy Blu-ray box set

Alongside the four restored films is an eye-watering surfeit of extra features: archive interviews, new commentaries, reproductions of original publicity materials, image galleries, isolated soundtracks, archive TV segments, and much more - making this a box set that any classic comedy fan has to own.

Released in Australis but region-free and so playable anywhere in the world, the Big Screen British Comedy box set is a limited edition that is now available to order direct from the distributor or from third party sellers on the likes of Amazon - plus a variety of stores in Australasia itself.

To celebrate this brimming box set's release, we have one copy to give away to a very lucky UK-based comedy fan, and it could be yours just in time for Christmas!

We have one copy of this bulging box set to give away. To enter, just input your details below.

Terms & conditions

This competition is open to UK residents only. One entry per household. The competition closes 23:59, 19th December 2021. The winner will be contacted by email and will have 3 days to respond and accept the prize. Failure to accept the prize in the allocated time will result in a new winner being selected.

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