George And Mildred – The Movie

George And Mildred - The Movie - 1980 Of all the classic sitcoms that made it to the big screen George and Mildred unfortunately did not fare well. Slated by the critics and not producing the box office ret...

Holiday On The Buses

Holiday On The Buses - 1973 All the gang are back for the third and final (perhaps the best) film spin off of the hugely popular TV comedy series, this time set in a holiday camp. Summary After a series of...

Mutiny On The Buses

Mutiny On The Buses - 1972 The second of three movie spin offs from the popular TV Series, sees Stan and company up to their necks in trouble again. Summary When Stan  agrees to marry Susy, there's much ...

Dick Emery’s Big Screen Outing

Ooh You Are Awful ! - 1972 Ooh You Are Awful ! was the big screen version of Dick Emery's BBC TV show.  Released in 1972 when many popular comedies found their way to the cinema it starred Dick Emery as Charli...

Love Thy Neighbour – The Movie

Love Thy Neighbour - The Movie, 1973 During the 1970's many of the most popular sitcoms of the day made it to the big screen. Perhaps one of the best film spin offs, Love Thy Neighbour took it's turn in 197...
cinema poster used to promote the big screen version of porridge

Porridge Served On The Big Screen

Porridge - The Movie - 1979 Two years after the end of the TV series, Porridge takes it's turn on the big screen. With a script by the original writers and many of the original cast returning this was one o...
Stan and jack are in trouble with blakey again in the first big screen outing for the popular tv sitcom on the buses

On The Buses – The Movie

On The Buses- The Movie - 1971 The 1971 movie was the first of three movie spin offs from the popular TV series and starred the original TV show cast. Summary Bus driver Stan cannot afford the repayments...
screenshot of the poster for the 1959 Navy lark movie

The Navy Lark Hits The Big Screen !

The Navy Lark (Movie) - 1959 This 1959 big screen version of the hugely popular radio series of the same name came about when Herbert Wilcox bought the rights during the broadcast of the first radio series.  I...