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Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1990

Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1990

Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1990
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Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1990.

The world's longest-running sitcom returns with more hijinks from everyone's favorite geriatric delinquents! While Compo and Clegg try to take over Seymour's post as headmaster, they keep missing the returning Foggy-who immediately adds portable radios and bicycle polo to his arsenal of inventions. From training for a barrel-rolling event and playing soccer for charity, to restoring an old boat, the fun never stops.

. Episode List
Return of the Warrior
Seymour leaves for a new teaching job and Foggy Dewhurst makes his return, he can't find Compo or Clegg but the little village soon learns he's back- and the ladies coffee group decide trouble comes in threes.

Come in Sunray Major
Foggy has Wesley fix a pair of old WW2 walkie-talkies and he has Clegg and Compo take one out for a test, but a tractor mangles Compo's and he and Clegg have to come up with a way to explain the mistake without upsetting Foggy - enter Howard & Marina to the rescue!

The Charity Balls
A village charity is sponsoring a "Football Dribble" for teams of two, each team under the supervision of a responsible person. Foggy wants to be recognized as a "responsible person" so he enters Norman and Compo as a team. Howard tries to make Pearl believe that he has entered the Dribble, so she calls his bluff by promising to come to watch.

Walking Stiff Can Make You Famous
Foggy becomes overly concerned that he is not respected in the community, so he sets out to transform the game of Polo.

That's Not Captain Zero
A carnival has come to town but the main attraction, Captain Zero, has broken down along the side of the road - good thing Foogy and friends are there to... help?

Das (Welly) Boot
Clegg moves into his new house and Compo decides to impress Nora with his water-rescue skills, and Foggy becomes Ivy's new Fix-It-Man... and Barry has misplaced his car's engine.

The Empire That Foggy Nearly Built
Parking in the village has become a problem so Foggy intends to introduce Valet Parking, using an industrial ruin that is no where near the shopping area. He also does not own or have permission to use the property.

The Last Surviving Maurice Chevalier Impression
Compo goes on a televised talent show to impress Nora Batty.

Roll On
Foggy enters Compo, Clegg, and himself in the local "Barrel Rolling Contest" where people crawl into empty oil drums and then are set rolling from the top of a large hill. Pearl buys Howard a gift - a tropical fish tank.

A Landlady for Smiler
Marina is not happy in her relationship with Howard. Smiler's dog has died. His wife has run off to Australia and his house has been sold. Foggy, Norman and Compo try to repair Howard's life and find lodging for Smiler.

Barry's Christmas
Foggy goes out of his way to inform everyone that he now has a pager. Barry is discovered, hungover, under a table at a pub, dressed as Father Christmas. Glenda is frantic that Barry is missing and snide comments from the lady's morning coffee group is not helping calm her fears.. Suranne Jones...DC Rachel Bailey
Rupert Graves...Nick Savage
Amelia Bullmore...DCI Gill Murray
Lesley Sharp...DC Janet Scott
Nicholas Gleaves...DS Andy Roper
David Prosho...DC Ian Mitchell
Ben Batt...DC Kevin Lumb
Delroy Brown...DC Lee Broadhurst
Daniel Ben Zenou...Gokhan Yilmaz
Additional Information
Show: Last of the Summer Wine
Brand: Last of the Summer Wine
Run Time: About 5 1/2 Hours
Region: Region 1
Special Features: Last of the Summer Wine
Episodes: 10
ISBN: 883929172887

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Last of the summer winw
I love this show, they do not make comedy's with this kind of humor. Iam going to order more of this great show.
Review by maxwell; Dolores, Colo, United States (Posted on 12/4/2015)
Summer Wine
All of the Summer Wines are worth the viewing, such subtle humor.....not slap-stik. Always enjoyable.
Review by ConnieW; Michigan, United States (Posted on 4/16/2015)