Did the KGB really stash ?8 million of gold somewhere in London before the close of the Cold War? That's the tale told by a sexy former spy. She and Des descend into a shadowy world of sleeper cells,...
Whilst relaxing in the South of France, Des and his son are arrested on suspicion of murder. However Scotland Yard offers them a way out - if they can steal a valuable diamond from inside Buckingham ...
A British Sub goes missing at the end of the war leaving only one crew member surviving. Everyone believes it lost to the bottom of the Baltic Sea, then 40 years later it reappears without ... See full summary »
Retired docker Don and his wife Dora live cautiously within their means. Their daughter Joanne, a single parent, struggles to make ends meet but their property developer son David has a ... See full summary »
London, 2000:- Terminally ill Albert summons old war buddies Frank and Harry to his hospital bed with a bizarre request. When he dies, he wants them to snatch his corpse from the hospital ... See full summary »
Sitting around the breakfast table in their flat, Rodney laments that he can't afford a holiday, whilst Del Boy considers signing Damien up for a modeling agency. Albert then suggests that ... See full summary »
David Jason plays the inept Edgar Briggs, personal assistant to the Commander of the British Secret Intelligence Service. Briggs is an agent who, in spite of his cluelessness, manages to solve case after case.
I can't imagine why one reviewer would say this was a poor series, l have them all on DVD and watch them every few months, The Diamond Geezer was a wonderful series, it had humour, sadness, adventure, and fun, especially funny was in the episode Old Gold when David Jason is in discuise as an effeminate art critic, it was priceless to see him in that disguise, also two others actors should be given a mention Stephen Wight as Des's son he is a really good actor and hope we see more of him on TV, and Gary Whelan as Mrs bad guy in both the pilot and a Royal Affair. All in all l think this was a great series, pity there was not more of them made, l would really recommend this series and l'm sure it will get re-runs either on ITV or Cable, watch out for them you will have a good laugh.
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