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The Boss 

The Peter Principle (original title)
Comedy series about Peter, an incompetent bank manager; and his long-suffering staff and customers.
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2000   1997   1995  

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Complete series cast summary:
Jim Broadbent ...  Peter Duffley / ... 13 episodes, 1995-2000
David Schneider ...  Bradley Wilson 13 episodes, 1995-2000
Claire Skinner ...  Susan Harvey 12 episodes, 1997-2000
Daniel Flynn ...  David Edwards 12 episodes, 1997-2000
Stephen Moore Stephen Moore ...  Geoffrey Parkes 12 episodes, 1997-2000
Wendy Nottingham Wendy Nottingham ...  Evelyn Walker / ... 7 episodes, 1997-2000
Beverley Callard ...  Barbara 6 episodes, 2000
Tracy Keating Tracy Keating ...  Brenda Corrigan 6 episodes, 1997
Janette Legge Janette Legge ...  Iris Jennings 6 episodes, 1997
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Comedy series about Peter, an incompetent bank manager; and his long-suffering staff and customers.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 September 1995 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

The Boss See more »

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Production Co:

Hat Trick Productions See more »
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Runtime:

(13 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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An average yet funny British comedy series
12 January 2002 | by mart_spivSee all my reviews

The Peter Principle was a BBC comedy which i found very funny for a number of reasons. The bank manager was inefficient and incapable of doing his job properly - i distinctly remember the episode where he brought in scouts to count money because he had given an account to a large sports store and the bank was not big enough to deal with it!!!! There were funny scenes like this and whilst the script was not awesome, it was still pretty funny. This is yet another British comedy which does not need over-use of swearing and innuendos to be funny and clever however it did not attract a great audience and, as far as i am aware, no more episodes will be made. It is nowhere near The Brittas Empire or Fawlty Towers - these are the comedies to make Britain proud - but it is still funnier than the average American comedy.


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