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Al Murray: The Pub Landlord Live - My Gaff, My Rules (2003)

Recorded live in London's Playhouse Theatre, My Gaff, My Rules sees Al Murray's Perrier Award-winning comic creation in top, boisterous ale-swilling form.

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Recorded live in London's Playhouse Theatre, My Gaff, My Rules sees Al Murray's Perrier Award-winning comic creation in top, boisterous ale-swilling form.

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UK

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English

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24 November 2003 (UK) See more »

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Dolby Digital (Western Electric Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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Tvinkle Tvinkle Leeetle STAAAAAAAR!
23 June 2004 | by BondsMartiniHabitSee all my reviews

Useualy I write a really good in depth review, but not today BACK OFF BRUSSELS! Al is probably England's most underrated comic and like Peter Kay and Dave Spikey, shows that rude words are not the only way to be funny (although Chubbs is still funny anyway) and his often dumb interpretations of stuff (esp. Germans) caused Vodka to go out of my nose! OK, I'm a bloke and even though its a pint for the fella, glass of white wine or a fruit cocktail for the lady, if James Bond can get away with drinking Vodka, so can I!

Also, I write this a few days before I'm off to see his new stage show here in beautiful London, so it just goes to prove how much i love this guys work.

PS Bring Time Gentleman Please onto DVD!


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