Eddy is on the hunt for a big new client as her PR firm runs out of money, but a setback sees her and Patsy on the run in the south of France... Absolutely Fabulous returns for a movie outing that features a host of guest stars
Sid just wants to get on with building his illegal whiskey still. But when a new couple move in next door, and he's an officer at Customs and Excise - garden-fence shenanigans are about to begin
Mr Hedges puts his neck on the line when he pleads the case for his unruly class 5C to be allowed to go to summer camp for the first time. He's soon regretting his faith in his pupils as chaos reigns right from the start...
Although it was one of Britain's most enduring sitcoms, no one expected the movie version of 'On the Buses' to make much of an impact at the box office. Up against the latest James Bond film and the much anticipated return of Sean Connery - it didn't stand a chance...
One of Britain's best loved sitcoms by Britain's best loved scriptwriters was given the big screen treatment in the 1970s. Not once, but twice
This big screen transfer of a British sitcom was more of a risk than others of its type as it had only been on television for one season
Nellie and Eli Pledge are in a right old pickle in this big screen version of the hit British sitcom
In this full-length feature, Fletcher is ordered to arrange a prisoner vs celebrity football game. But by the time he and Godber learn that it's a ruse to cover a break-out, they are unwittingly forced to go on the run
Writer and producer David Croft had the Midas touch when it came to comedy and the shows that he created and wrote with alternating creative partners Jimmy Perry and Jeremy Lloyd were comedy gold for the decades. But how did two of the most popular fare on the big screen?
Dr. Who is not a mysterious, somewhat sinister alien, but a genial old human gent with a passion for invention.”