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Are You Being Served? The Complete Series & Christmas Specials [DVD] [1972] Price: £28.99 (as of 20/12/2019 06:42 PST- Details) & FREE Shipping.

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Please note this can be a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player as a way to play.The complete series of the popular sitcom about the staff at Grace Brothers department store.
The definitive British sitcom is almost certainly Are You Being Served?, which depicts the squabbles, misadventures, and flirtations of the staff of Grace Brothers department store. The show used to be originally conceived as a vehicle for an irreverent junior salesman named Mr. Lucas (Trevor Bannister), but it soon became clear that mocking a social hierarchy isn’t half as funny as taking it all too seriously. The show in point of fact revolves around Mrs. Slocombe (Mollie Sugden), whose wildly changing hair colour and mercurial moods terrorize the remainder of the staff, and cheerful but sly Mr. Humphries (the effervescent John Inman), some of the first gay characters on television treated with dignity–or at least no more indignity than anyone else (the show makes some noise about not being sure if Mr. Humphries is gay or not, but no one in the audience will have any question). But the remainder of the cast is superb as well: Frank Thornton as the elegant but leering floorwalker Capt. Peacock, Wendy Richard as the sexy, impish Miss Brahms, Arthur Brough as cantankerous Mr. Grainger (who, sadly, died after the fifth series; other characters took his position on the sales staff, but never slightly matched up), and Nicholas Smith as the self-serving but incompetent manager Mr. Rumbold form a comic ensemble that has rarely been equalled.

These characters, written with affection and played with superb comic dash, ceaselessly jockey for status and salary at the same time as concurrently creating an alternative family. Are You Being Served? deserves its devoted fan base, who will revel in this comprehensive box set. –Bret Fetzer,

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