Mulberry, the cheerful Cockney son of Death and Springtime, starts his "career" as the Grim Reaper's apprentice when he is sent to collect the acerbic and reclusive Miss Farnaby. He instead... See full summary »
A series of self contained TV films starring performers from London's "Comic Strip" comedy club and their friends. Noted for a high sense of parody of previous films, literature, and generally everyone in sight.
The movie centers around Brindsley Forde's character blue. He fronts a reggae sound system based in west London. The movie captures the trials and tribulations of young black youths in troubled London in the early eighties.
David N. Haynes,
Victor Romero Evans
The film is based loosely around events in December 1995 that culminated in the murders of three drug dealers in Rettendon, Essex, UK. On 6th December Patrick Tate, Craig Rolfe and Tony ... See full summary »
London, 1965: Like many other youths, Jimmy hates the philistine life, especially his parents and his job in a company's mailing division. Only when he's together with his friends, a 'Mod' ... See full summary »
This film epitomises the Eighties teenagers,I genuinely laugh even thinking about it,I can never understand why it is never repeated on TV,The whole cast are superb,parties were really like that in the Eighties, there's also a classic bit when Daniel Peacock explains the size of his manhood by saying ' yeh well it is cold outside ',I don't think our Americcan friends will understand the bit when one of the says what are you doing in the shed? waiting - yeh thought so , No, waiting!!!!!!, Love the bit at the end when Mum and Dad have a little hug for old times sake on the settee !!!!!!!!!!!!!, makes me really want to buy a party seven and a bottle of cider, and put some wild stallion on.
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