Download or read online Last of the Summer Wine by Richard Webber. Richard Webber here is the cover and description of the book, Our site is a free ebook search engine (epub, mobi, pdf).
Richard Webber – Last of the Summer Wine Details
- Title: Last of the Summer Wine
- Genre: TV
- Author: Richard Webber
- Release: November 12, 2009
- Publisher: Harper
Last of the Summer Wine – Richard Webber Overview
Here is a small introduction (if available) of the book you want to download, the link to download Richard Webber can be found at the end of the page.
The best jokes, gags and scenes from a true British comedy classic. ‘Do you reckon I’m in love with Mrs. Batty, or is it just sex?’ Compo Compo: I thought you’d be open. Sid: Well that’s a natural assumption if you ignore the drawn blinds and the forty foot sign that says closed. Set and filmed in and around Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, Last of the Summer Wine follows the adventures of three quirky pensioners and their equally unusual neighbours. A true British classic that appeals to all generations, it is our nation’s longest running comedy programme. The line-up of the comedy trio has changed numerous times over the years, but the calibre of the family-friendly humour Roy Clarke creates has remained the same, and it’s as funny and eccentric now as it was in the first episodes he wrote over 25 years ago. Including the pilot, broadcast ten months before the first series, 29 series, made up of 279 episodes, have been screened to date, with the 30th series set to air this autumn. The sitcom has consistently been a favourite in the ratings, with viewing figures peaking at 18.8 million in the mid-eighties. Famous fans include Prince Charles, the Queen Mother and the Queen, who said it was her favourite TV show. The Best of British Comedy – Last of the Summer Wine includes: • The History: an overview of how Last of the Summer Wine was born and developed • Gags and Catchphrases: a collection of classic quotes • Did You Know?: snippets of info about the show, cast, etc. • Favourite scenes: the most memorable scenes in full • A LOSW quiz ‘If God’s omnipotent, what could he possibly want with my old woman?’ Clegg Compo: Your old lady’s dog is crapping all over the pavement. Blamire: That’s funny. He usually sews it up in little bags and sends it by post. About the author Richard Webber writes regulary about TV in his job as a journalist and writer. He contributes to a host of newspapers and magazines, including TV Quick, Daily Express, Sunday Express and the Sunday Telegraph and is the author of over a dozen books celebrating classic comedy.
The material is made available for educational , critical, discussion and teaching purposes only as required by Article 70 of the LdA n.633 / 1941. For more information on this site read the Disclaimer . If it is necessary to request the removal of one or more contents you can use the disclaimer page or the page dedicated to the DMCA
On this site there is no file, by clicking on the links below you will leave our site. We assume no responsibility for the content of websites linked to ours via links. These links do not imply endorsement of such sites by us. We will not be liable for any loss or damage resulting from their use. DELETE FILES AFTER 24 HOURS.