Steptoe And Son Merchandise
The classic 1960s British comedy series about a middle aged man and his elderly father who run an unsuccessful 'rag and bone' business. Harold (the son) wants to better himself but his father always seems to ruin things, sometimes accidentally and other times deliberately.
The rare, untransmitted NBC US pilot for one of the most famous British sitcoms of all time. Starring Lee Tracy, Aldo Ray and Jonathan Harris.
Previously thought lost forever, the unaired US pilot of Steptoe And Son is now available for the first time. Created by Ray Galton and Alan...
Lost Sitcoms revisits missing episodes of three classic comedies - Hancock's Half Hour (The New Neighbour), Steptoe And Son (A Winter's Tale) and Till Death Us Do Part (A Woman's Place Is In The Home).
The scripts for these shows still exist but the original recordings are missing from the...
Those world famous rag and bone men - Albert and Harold Steptoe are back in this original and entertaining quiz book based on the award winning BBC TV sitcom. The show's' creators and writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson have penned an exclusive 'Foreword' to sit alongside the six hundred...
Ray Galton and Alan Simpson are two of the most influential and celebrated television scriptwriters of our time. Praised for inventing the sitcom, their own seminal creations are still standing the test of time with modern audiences - Hancock's Half Hour and Steptoe & Son are two of the most...
In the 1973 special, Harold (Corbett) books a Christmas holiday in Majorca.
Followed by the 1974 edition, which...
The eighth and final series of Steptoe And Son. A must buy for any true comedy fan.
1. Back in Fashion
2. Porn Yesterday
3. And So to Bed
4. The Seven Steptoerai
5. Upstairs Downstairs, Upstairs, Downstairs
6. Seance in a Wet Rag and Bone Yard
The complete seventh series of the BBC classic Steptoe and Son, featuring everyone's favourite bickering 'rag-and-bone' junkmen.
1. Men Of Letters
2. A Star Is Born
3. Oh What A Beautiful Morning
4. Live Now, P.A.Y.E. Later
5. Loathe Story
6. Divided We Stand
7. The Desperate Hours
The sixth series of Steptoe And Son, featuring everyone's favourite bickering 'rag-and-bone' junkmen. Included are the following episodes:
1. Robbery With Violence
2. Come Dancing
3. Two's Company
4. Tea For Two
5. Without Prejudice
6. Pot Black
7. The Three Feathers
8. Cuckoo In The Nest
The rag and bone men from the popular TV series feature in this double bill of feature films. Steptoe And Son sees Harold trying to marry a glamorous stripper called Zita. Steptoe And Son Ride Again finds Harold receiving an assault from a buxom blonde whilst he is collecting her...
The advent of colour television and successful comedies on ITV had pressurised the BBC to bring back its top comedy shows. So, in 1970, five years after their last series, Harold and Albert were back on television - like they had never been away. Although these were the first Steptoe...
Features seven episodes from the fourth series of the television comedy about the Rag and Bone Men first broadcast in 1965. Episodes include 'And Afterwards At...', 'Crossed Swords', 'Those Magnificent Men And Their Heating Machines', 'The Siege Of Steptoe Street', 'A Box In Town', 'My Old Man's A Tory' and...
Features seven episodes from the third series of the television comedy. In 'Homes Fit For Heroes', Harold wants to sail around the world but he has to get his dad into a home first.
Also features 'The Wooden Overcoats', 'The Lead Man Cometh', 'Steptoe A La Cart', 'Sunday For Seven...
Features seven episodes from the second series of the television comedy. In 'Wallah Wallah Catsmeat' the local rag and bone men are called into help when Hercules falls ill. Also features: 'The Bath', 'The Stepmother', 'Sixty-Five Today', 'A Musical Evening', 'Full House' and 'Is That Your Horse Outside?'.
The comic genius of two of Britain's most extraordinary scriptwriters and the talents of two comedy actors come together to produce this wildly popular British television series.
This volume contains the original Comedy Playhouse pilot The Offer, as well as The Bird, The Piano, The Economist, The Diploma and The...
In 1962, a new sitcom single-handedly brought the gritty realism of kitchen-sink drama into the arena of comedy. Deliberately casting actors instead of professional comedians, Steptoe And Son offered a brand-new kind of humour, trading on, and becoming an icon of, the political unrest and post-war disillusionment of Sixties Britain....
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