Click for larger image The Fall and Rise Of Reginald Perrin
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Father, Dear Father
1968 Thames Television
Middle aged divorcee Patrick Glover (Patrick Cargill) is left to look after his two teenage daughters after his wife runs off with his best friend.  Comedy of misunderstanding written by Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke.

Father, Dear Father
1970 Thames Television
A new set of titles for this Thames series

Click for larger image Fawlty Towers
Click for larger image Then couple John Cleese and Connie Booth refined twelve intricate scripts about a poorly ran hotel in Torquay and in doing so set a benchmark for situation comedy. Cleese, Prunella Scales, Booth, and Andrew Sachs were manager Basil, his wife Sybil, maid Polly, and waiter Manuel respectively, with Ballard Berkeley, Gilly Flower, and Renee Roberts as permanent guests, Brian Hall as Terry the cook in series two, and several other players in stand-out one-off roles (Joan Sanderson as hard-of-hearing Mrs Richards in the episode "Communication Problems" perhaps the prime example).

Filthy Rich & Catflap
1987 BBC Television
Filthy Rich & Catflap was written by Ben Elton and starred Rik Mayall, Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer.

Frankie Howerd
1966 BBC Television
One of many standup shows which Frankie Howerd had over his long career.

Click for larger image Full Stretch
Click for larger image Porridge creators Dick Clement and Ian Le Frenais with a comedy about the misadventures of a limousine hire firm.

Click for larger image The Full Wax
Click for larger image American comedian Ruby Wax blends celebrity interviews with comedy in her most famous work.