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Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 2002

Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 2002

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Welcome back to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, where the world’s oldest delinquents and longest-running sitcom keep getting better with age! In Vintage 2002, Clegg performs a semi-successful exorcism on Howard’s squeaky bicycle. Truly and Billy make hilarious mischief with a shop-window dummy. Howard and Marina pursue their illicit romance with the help of a discarded chaise longue, while Compo’s son, Tom, pushes the wrong button on an inflatable animal feeding trough, with surprising results. Peter Sallis, Frank Thornton and Tom Owen take star turns in all ten episodes, plus the 2002 Christmas Special, A Musical Passing for a Miserable Muscroft.  
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Welcome back to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, where the world’s oldest delinquents and longest-running sitcom keep getting better with age! In Vintage 2002, Clegg performs a semi-successful exorcism on Howard’s squeaky bicycle. Truly and Billy make hilarious mischief with a shop-window dummy. Howard and Marina pursue their illicit romance with the help of a discarded chaise longue, while Compo’s son, Tom, pushes the wrong button on an inflatable animal feeding trough, with surprising results. Peter Sallis, Frank Thornton and Tom Owen take star turns in all ten episodes, plus the 2002 Christmas Special, A Musical Passing for a Miserable Muscroft. 

A Brief Excursion in the Fast Lane
Smiler acquires a new lodger when Tom is made homeless after being thrown out by Mrs. Avery. Barry starts a midlife crisis and desires speed and danger, Wesley makes him a motorised scooter while Glenda takes up motorbiking. Howard is jealous when he sees Marina kissing Tom

The Mystical Squeak of Howard's Bicycle
Glenda's old school friend, Astrid, comes to visit so Tom tries to set her up with Smiler. Billy and Truly have a competition to see who has the best sixth sense. Howard thinks Pearl has put a spell on his bicycle and gets Clegg to exorcise it. Thora Hird did not appear in this episode.

Mervyn Would Be Proud
Barry has decided to take Glenda to his works dance, so it's a dinner suit for him and a long frock for her. Billy has to practise his archery skills for a display he has promised to his new fan Mervyn. Howard buys Marina a cuckoo clock and Pearl an out of tune musical box.Edie's car continues to prove it has a mind of its own when it ends up in a field.

The Incredible Journey of Norman Clegg
Howard presses some picnicware on Clegg for safekeeping, but fails to mention that Marina herself comes with them. Truly and Billy have to help get her away from Clegg, whilst Howard causes trouble at the ladies' coffee morning. Smiler and Tom find themselves pushing a dummy around on a cart to advertise Auntie Wainwright's clothing department.

Beware of the Hot Dog
Pearl and Roz go for a day out, Howard is suspicious and recruits Smiler to help him follow them. The trio meet a man who is looking for his missing girlfriend. Marina has ditched Howard- again!- and by sheer coincidence encounters the runaway girlfriend. The pair decide to start a life together, forswearing male company. Wesley invents a portable hot dog stand which, with the help of Clegg, Truly, Billy and Tom he takes out into the country to test. Auntie Wainwright tries to sell a second hand wardrobe.

In Search of Childlike Joy and the Farthest Reaches of the Lotus Position
Tom tries to help Smiler achieve a sense of childlike joy with the help of Wesleys homemade trolley. The ladies go for a run in Edie's car and end up hiding from the police who happen to be in a lake. Barry gets stuck in the lotus position in a barn. Jean Alexander did not appear in this episode.

A Chaise Longue Too Far
It's Barry & Glenda's wedding anniversary. Barry goes out to buy jewellery at Auntie Wainwright's and comes back with a chaise loungue which Glenda rejects due to lack of space, but it comes in handy when Truly, Clegg, Billy, Tom & Smiler try to help Howard escape from his own home so he can meet Marina.

Exercising Father's Bicycle
Barry challenges a work colleague to a duel. Howard gets stuck on the roof and while trying to avoid the Repo man Tom tries ro recreate some of his father's stunts on his old bicycle

Sadly, Madly, Bradley
Billy Hardcastle's gloomy brother-in-law, Bradley, is in town, and the trio, along with Tom and Smiler, attempt to get him smiling with a day on the river in a rubber dinghy.

It All Began with a Volvo Headlamp
Clegg, Truly and Billy meet the wise man of the woods, who is neither wise nor living in the woods. Barry goes on an errand of mercy

2002 Christmas Special: A Musical Passing for a Miserable Muscroft
Billy Ingleton acquires a mobile pipe organ. The ladies feel its appropriate for a charity pageant. Marina declines to go out with Howard because she's caught the showbiz bug, and is rehearsing a play at the local church. Howard asks the trio to help him think of something "showbizzy" they can do together..

 

Additional Information
Format: DVD
Show: Last of the Summer Wine
Brand: Last of the Summer wine
Run Time: Approx 320 mins
Region: Region 1
Special Features: Last of the Summer wine
Starring: Peter Sallis;Frank Thornton;Tom Owen;Jane Freeman;Thora Hird
Cast: <p><b> Series Cast</b> <br />Peter Sallis ... Clegg / ... (295 episodes, 1973-2010) <br />Jane Freeman ... Ivy (274 episodes, 1973-2010) <br />Kathy Staff ... Nora Batty / ... (246 episodes, 1973- 2008) <br />Robert Fyfe ... Howard / ... (230 episodes, 1985-2010) <br />Juliette Kaplan ... Pearl / ... (226 episodes, 1985- 2010) <br />Jean Fergusson ... Marina (216 episodes, 1985-2010) <br />Sarah Thomas ... Glenda / ... (215 episodes, 1986- 2010) <br />Bill Owen ... Compo / ... (186 episodes, 1973-2008) <br />Jean Alexander ... Auntie / ... (168 episodes, 1988- 2010) <br />Mike Grady ... Barry / ... (161 episodes, 1986-2010) <br />Thora Hird ... Edie / ... (152 episodes, 1986-2003) <br />Gordon Wharmby ... Wesley / ... (139 episodes, 1982- 2002) <br />Frank Thornton ... Truly / ... (135 episodes, 1997- 2010) <br />Stephen Lewis ... Smiler / ... (135 episodes, 1988-2007) <br />Brian Wilde ... Foggy / ... (116 episodes, 1976-1997) <br />Tom Owen ... Tom / ... (93 episodes, 1991-2010) <br />Danny O'Dea ... Eli / ... (93 episodes, 1986-2002) <br />Ken Kitson ... 1st PC / ... (88 episodes, 1983-2010) <br />Burt Kwouk ... Entwistle (78 episodes, 2002-2010) <br />Brian Murphy ... Alvin / ... (73 episodes, 2003- 2010) <br />Keith Clifford ... Billy / ... (66 episodes, 1999-2006) <br />Josephine Tewson ... Miss Davenport (62 episodes, 2003- 2010) <br />Louis Emerick ... 2nd PC / ... (55 episodes, 1988- 2010) <br />Dora Bryan ... Roz / ... (50 episodes, 2000-2005) <br />John Comer ... Sid (47 episodes, 1973-1983) <br />Joe Gladwin ... Wally Batty / ... (45 episodes, 1975- 1987) <br />June Whitfield ... Nelly / ... (44 episodes, 2001-2010) <br />Tony Capstick ... Policeman / ... (33 episodes, 1987- 2004) <br />Michael Aldridge ... Seymour Utterthwaite / ... (31 episodes, 1986-1990) <br />Christopher Beeny ... Morton / ... (27 episodes, 2001- 2010) <br />Trevor Bannister ... Toby / ... (25 episodes, 1992-2010) <br />Jonathan Linsley ... 'Crusher' Milburn / ... (20 episodes, 1984- 1987) <br />Barbara Young ... Stella / ... (18 episodes, 2008-2010) <br />Russ Abbot ... Hobbo (17 episodes, 2008-2010) <br />Michael Bates ... Blamire (14 episodes, 1973-1975) <br />Denis Mawn ... Vicar / ... (14 episodes, 1987-1999) <br />Julie T. Wallace ... Mrs Avery (12 episodes, 2000-2001) <br />Ron Backhouse ... Landlord (10 episodes, 1995-2001) </p>
Episodes: 11
ISBN: 883929448074
Number of Discs: 2
Written By: Roy Clarke
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Last of the Summer Wine:Vintage 2002
Hilarious especially when Howard sings karaoke and has his doo wop singers as backups!!!
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Review by lesglo; Portland, OR, United States (Posted on 12/23/2014)
Accurate for this DVD, with a pleasant cover.
This DVD is another in the series of "Last of the Summer Wine" TV comedy shows. As with all the previous "Last of the Summer Wine" DVDs, this one is excellent.
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Review by Bobby; Shawnee, OK, United States (Posted on 12/17/2014)
summer wine
Love the British comedies !! They are so entertaining to watch. Wish I could afford more of them.
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Review by Lennie34; Jackson,TN (Posted on 12/3/2014)
Oh! The things men think of, when they have the time!
Love their stuff...funny, but still reflections of the inner soul.
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Review by Not a theatre fan; Oklahoma (Posted on 12/1/2014)
2002 Last of the Summer Wine
Roy Clark and his crew and the cast once again deliver royal entertainment. I would still like to buy early,early Summer Wine when they become avalible. I want the entire 30 plus years of this show.
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Review by Trainiac; Athens, GA, United States (Posted on 12/1/2014)
Always good for a good laugh
This is the latest CD we have added to our collection. We have every one that has been released. It's not the same without Compo and Nora but time marches on.
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Review by dragons44; Fort Worth, TX, United States (Posted on 12/1/2014)
Last of the Summer Wine 2002 Doesn't Disappoint
We look forward to purchasing 2003 etc. with a shorter gap between the availability of each
year.
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Review by BritFans; Cortlandt Manor, NY, United States (Posted on 11/29/2014)
Last of the Summer Wine 2002
We love Summer Wine. When Compo (Bill Owens) died we didn't think the show would be the same - it isn't the same, but is every bit as good as it was before. We love that Compo is mentioned throughout this series, keeping his memory alive. Last of the Summer Wine 2002 is another wonderful example of Roy Clarke's writing and the actors' creative performances.
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Review by Rebecca G; Georgia, United States (Posted on 11/28/2014)
One of the best LSW releases yet!
The 2002 season was one of the best ever! Glad they finally released it in the US.
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Review by Olney LSW fan; Olney, MD, United States (Posted on 11/28/2014)
last of the summer wine 2002
very funny as all the summer wines are, can hardly wait for the next, I love the series.
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Review by cyancy98; Geneva, NY, United States (Posted on 11/27/2014)