This writer agrees with the reviewer from Naples, who wonders if this tape indeed contains the best of The Two Ronnies. Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett are very funny men, together and individually, and this collection follows the standard Two Ronnies format of a comic newscast, comedy sketches (in a tavern, in an optician's shop, outside a movie theater), musical numbers in costume (a barbershop routine and a nautical novelty with the stars in drag), and a spot of storytelling by Corbett. The individual clips are amusing, but we've seen better and funnier by the team. One pleasant surprise was the appearance of Sam Kelly (of the hit British series "Allo, Allo" and the recent Gilbert & Sullivan movie "Topsy Turvy") as one of the singing barbers. If you've never seen The Two Ronnies in action (or if you fondly remember them from PBS broadcasts), this tape will give you 45 minutes of pleasant viewing and quite a few laughs, but because of the uninspired choice of material it isn't the wall-to-wall laughfest it could have been.