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Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 2009

Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 2009

$29.98
Comedy star Russ Abbot joins the cast as Hobbo, while Alvin, Entwistle, Clegg and Truly bring us more attacks on the routine of life in the 31st season of Britain's longest-running comedy. As Hobbo begins to fit in with the rest of the community, in particular with Alvin and Entwistle, he begins to unearth the truth behind his own personal mystery. Adopted at birth, his desire to find his natural mother results in a startling revelation.
SKU: 21980
PRE-ORDER - RELEASE DATE: Apr 2, 2019
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Comedy star Russ Abbot joins the cast as Hobbo, while Alvin, Entwistle, Clegg and Truly bring us more attacks on the routine of life in the 31st season of Britain's longest-running comedy. As Hobbo begins to fit in with the rest of the community, in particular with Alvin and Entwistle, he begins to unearth the truth behind his own personal mystery. Adopted at birth, his desire to find his natural mother results in a startling revelation.

Some Adventures of The Inventor of The Mother Stitch
The Mother of All Mistakes - Or Is It?
Will Howard Cross the Atlantic Single Handed?
Who's That Looking Sideways at Nelly?
Nobody Messes with Tony The Throat
Will Stella Find True Love With Norris Fairburn?
Will Randolph Make A Good Impression?
In Which Romance Springs A Leak
Variations On A Theme Of Father's Day
Goodnight Sweet Ferret
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Format: Blu-ray
Show: Last of the Summer Wine
Brand: Last of the Summer Wine
Genre: Comedy
Run Time: Approx. 300 mins
Number of Discs: 2
Region: 1
UPC Code : 883929532919
Cast: Starring Peter Sallis (Wallace & Gomit), Frank Thornton (Are You Being Served?), Burt Kwouk (Pink Panther films), Stephen Lewis (Terry & June, Absolutely Fabulous), Josephine Tewson (Keeping Up Appearances) Russ Abbot (The Last Detective).
Number of Discs: 2 Discs
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