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Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 91


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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Parental Guidance (PG)
  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Feb. 21 2012
  • Run Time: 330 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005SH65FO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,632 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Product Description

Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1991 (DVD)

Special Features

1991 Christmas Special: Situation Vacant

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We have not finished watching it but it is certainly a barrel of laughs.The characters are essentric .The comedy is slapstick.
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By Joan M--PEI on March 19 2013
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I feel 'safe' with Last of the Summer Wine--able to relax and enjoy a few laughs. It is harmless antics that make these overgrown delinquents so enjoyable.
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By Jane Turner on July 22 2012
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My mother found this show first a long time ago.

I thought it was a bit slow then I watched the episode where Compo was to fly and I couldn't stop laughing. I have since watched all the shows that have been available and I adore this show. Some of the earlier ones are a little risque but completely hilarious. Others have a sweetness about them I but always they are funny. I now buy every one that is released on DVD as soon as I save the money up.

Jane
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Another year of the world's longest-running television sitcom Feb. 3 2012
By Howie - Published on Amazon.com
Once again, the Christmas Special will be included!

From the press release: "Ah, what a year! Once again, the vintage threesome are up to their old tricks. Compo is as smitten as ever with Nora, but Foggy is back working on his crackpot inventions-and poor Clegg is dragged into their mischief-making plots even though he knows better."

There are 7 episodes this time out:

Quick, Quick, Slow - Nora has taken Smiler in as her lodger, and Compo is depressed about it.
Give Us a Lift - Compo is convinced the hills are getting steeper, so Foggy invents a chair lift.
Was That Nora Batty Singing - Compo believes he can hear Nora singing, and is convinced that she and Smiler are having an affair.
Cash Flow Problems - Compo is skint, but remembers that he's owed money from an old schoolfriend, so the trio set off to track him down.
Passing the Earring - Howard asks Clegg if he can return an earring to Marina.
Pole Star - Compo is depressed because he's too short to help Nora hang her washing line, but Foggy suggests that she'd be impressed if he could vault up onto the wall.
Situation Vacant - The Christmas Special

As I've said before on my reviews of the LOTSW sets, don't be surprised if you are lukewarm to LOTSW on first viewing. This show grows on you over time. The first time I saw LOTSW I was underwhelmed... it was slow and seemed almost without a plot. But after watching a few more episodes I was hooked!

In a prior reveiw I stated: "Come on Warner Brothers, how about a more realistic release pace of 4-5 series a year..." - Well it apears they listened to those of us with that simple plea.

Bonus news: Based on a blog post at bbcamericashop the series is now on a "quarterly release plan"! Vintage 1992 is up for advance order there with a April 17, 2012 date.

*JUST IN* Amazon currently has Vintage 1992 up for pre-order with that same April 17 release date! Go here: Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1992
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
A low point mark for the series AND poor product presentation. March 1 2012
By Kersi Von Zerububbel - Published on Amazon.com
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First off I am very saddened to rate this set a three star. I own all the sets that come trickling along at an unusually slow pace. However, because I love this series I have put up with a lot of sins by the outfit that churns out these sets. Now finally I've had it! There is NO insert listing the episodes on this DVD. In the past I've had to print out one of the reviews that thankfully lists the episodes. Is it too much to ask the company to include an insert with the episodes listed, date of airing etc? It's not as if these are cheap budget DVDs. I think it is time we the consumers hold the company to account on this matter.

Secondly, the episodes with Smiler are a total bomb. In these episodes Compo plays the depressed party and the chemistry of the show is laid asunder. It just does not work. To make matters worse Smiler comes across as not a likable character. Unlike Howard, who grows on you, with his sneaky antics, Smiler just gets more annoying as the show progresses. There are a couple of episodes on this DVD that downplay Compo's envy and Smiler's role and those are hilarious.

All said and done this set is still worth watching but it certainly hits a low water mark of the series. I still love LOTSW and hope that the upcoming sets will be packaged with episode listings and details and hopefully future releases will have less of Smiler and more of the three lovable loafers.
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Last of the summer wine Dec 8 2011
By L. Poole - Published on Amazon.com
I fell in love with this series a long time ago. Then it was cancelled, and I was broken hearted. Now I have about 7 dvd's that I love. They start out pretty serious, but then when you least expect it, something funny happens, or someone says something funny, and it gets hilarous. I wish there were more dvd's. Sometimes they're a little hard to understand, but the more I watch, the easier it gets. I would recommend this series.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
One of the funniest comedies ever. June 5 2013
By Mitch Stepanovich - Published on Amazon.com
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The longest running comedy show on the planet. Leave it to the Brits to come up with well written scripts that are extremely funny without being insipid or inane. It's much like the Little Rascals at the other end of life, after they've all retired. I can't imagine why the entire series is not already available on DVD.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Highly entertaining! March 12 2014
By William C. Baker, Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
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We love the British comedy and views of the countryside. These are our absolutely favorite shows and recommend them to everyone.


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