alf garnett's second feature film the alf garnett saga

The Alf Garnett Saga

The Alf Garnett Saga, 1972 The Alf Garnet Saga was the second film spin off from the hugely popular Till Death Us Do Part.Although written by Johnny Speight and featuring an all star cast, this second film...

The Punch And Judy Man

The Punch And Judy Man, 1963 In a 2014 interview Ray Galton and Alan Simpson told us they had a three picture deal with Tony Hancock.  The first - The Rebel, was a huge success, the scriptwriters submitted an ...

Rising Damp – The Movie

Rising Damp - The Movie, 1980 Almost two years after the TV series finished, Rigsby hit the big screen with Rising Damp - The Movie.Failing to capture the magic of the TV series, there was no new storyline...

Guest House Paradiso

Guest House Paradiso, 1999 Guest House Paradiso is a 1999 British slapstick comedy film, a spin off from the BBC sitcom Bottom.Both Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson return to reprise their respective roles,...

Bless This House, On The Big Screen

Bless This House - The Movie - 1972 Of all the TV spin off movies this one of the better ones as it stands up well on it's own, even without being a spin off from the TV series.In common with many of the h...
James Bolam and rodney Bewes are back as Bob and Terry for the liklely lads big screen outing

The Likely Lads Movie

Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads, The Movie, 1976 Following in the footsteps of many successful TV sitcoms Bob and Terry jumped onto the big screen in 1976, two years after the TV series Whatever Happened ...

Up Pompeii – The Movie – 1971

Ney! Ney! and thrice Ney! Frankie Howerd hits  the big screen. The first of a number of big screen spin offs from the hugely successful TV series of the same name. Summary Lurcio  becomes the inadvertent pos...
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Monty Python’s Life Of Brian

Monty Python's Life Of Brian - 1979 In Tribute To Terry Jones 1942 - 2020 Perhaps the best remembered and best loved of the Python movies.  Life Of Brian was hugely controversial, but hysterically funny.T...