A play about an ambitious young manager of a Dixons-style electrical warehouse who gets saddled with a 65-year-old re-trainee on a frenetic bank holiday.

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Joan Kempson ...
Chloe
Anna Keaveney ...
Iris
Vera Jakob ...
1st Kettle Customer
Dicken Ashworth ...
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Bruce McGregor ...
Fridge Customer
Michelle Abrahams ...
2nd Kettle Customer
David Alexander ...
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A play about an ambitious young manager of a Dixons-style electrical warehouse who gets saddled with a 65-year-old re-trainee on a frenetic bank holiday.

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18 September 2004 (UK)  »

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Trapped: King of Fridges  »

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This is the third in a trilogy of comedy dramas (with Von Trapped (2004) and Beauty (2004)) based on the theme of being trapped. See more »

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Follows Beauty (2004) See more »

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Utterly Fantastic!
5 May 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I was, and still am, a huge fan of the Trapped series. I think each of them are masterfully written, brilliantly acted and a great watch for most ages. But when I first heard the tile for this last episode, after finishing my giggle fit, I was rather disappointed. Von Trapped, Trapped Beauty... and King of the Fridges. It somehow didn't capture me like the others. After watching it, however, I found I adored the show most out of the three. A spectacular ending if there ever was one, and some very funny tongue-in-cheek moments. Don't be put of by the title, this is a very good programme that can actually make you feel deeply about the characters and say 'awh' every now and again. Superb. A must see, if you have the chance.


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