Last of the Summer Wine - Series 17 & 18 [DVD] [1995]

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Last of the Summer Wine - Series 17 & 18 [DVD] [1995]

Last of the Summer Wine - Series 17 & 18 [DVD] [1995]

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Jean Alexander; 1988–1989, 1992–2010) Howard's aunt, a sly and grasping bric-a-brac shop owner. Whilst she and her nephew both have a general predisposition towards sneakiness, Auntie Wainwright is much more adept at applying it. Foggy volunteers the trio to help out at a church concert party, but Compo can't resist trying on a suit of armour.

The trio join Darren's friend in expecting a visitation from outer space (or maybe even Huddersfield). Ludovic has bought a tatty old van, but is too drunk to drive it. So it's up to Clegg to drive them home. some mishaps lead to Clegg, Wally and Nora trying to catch the now driverless van. Features the return of Alvin and Entwistle, as well as guest starring Graham Cole as Tony Stamp and Paul O'Grady and Harry Hill as themselves. When Joe Gladwin died in 1987, Wally died off-screen, but he was still occasionally mentioned. Gladwin last appeared in series 9. He died just days before the broadcast of his final appearance. [ citation needed]New Year Special: After Wesley almost runs over Billy Ingleton. Foggy gets to prove his talents as a concert promoter. Ivy and Sid often shouted and argued with each other, and Ivy was never shy about bringing up Sid's infidelity; but as with many of the show's couples, there was little doubt that they loved each other. Throughout his time in the series Sid and Wally were shown to be best friends and the two of them often joined each other in trying to sneak away from their wives to the pub or any other activity, often involving the main trio. Another long running gag during his time on the show were ongoing rumours of his supposed affair with a local unseen bus conductress. Ivy was aware of this and often accused him of being unfaithful. Although Sid once admitted to the trio he was friends with the conductress, he always flatly denied the rumours and despite the odd verbal hint very little evidence of this was ever seen onscreen.

Foggy decides to embark upon a campaign to clean up the countryside, starting with an old mattress. Compo is trying to earn some money to buy Nora a Christmas present. Surely Auntie Wainwright will have something suitable. Compo believes he can hear Nora singing, and is convinced that she and Smiler are having an affair. The pilot episode, known as either "The Last of the Summer Wine" or " Of Funerals and Fish", which originally premiered on the BBC's Comedy Playhouse, was included as a special feature on the Series 31 & 32 disc 4 which was released on 15 August 2016. Compo is selected to travel to France with a group of local WWII veterans, only to have the offer withdrawn when the organisers realise how scruffy he looks.

Reggie Unsworth( Liz Fraser; 2000) was Compo’s Thursday woman and occasional girlfriend. When he died Compo left his ferrets to her. When Cleggy and Truly went to meet her for the first time they assumed Reggie was a male friend until they saw her. She attended Compo’s funeral. Eli never appeared again following the departure from production of the series, and eventual death of O'Dea, though the character was not explicitly killed off. He was replaced in one episode by two drunks (who were also in earlier episodes of the series, sometimes credited as Villagers), but appeared in only a few episodes. When Eli left the policeman’s role was extended and they served as a replacement to the Eli gags.



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