Network have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of The Goodies the Complete LWT Series for 26th March 2007 priced at £24.99. One of the most loved comedy shows of the seventies and early eighties, The Goodies made household names of its cast, Bill Oddie, Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor, in a show highly rated for its visual humour and surreal take on life. This set marks the first ever DVD release of the acclaimed comedy trio’s complete output for ITV between 1981 and 1982 following their deflection to ITV.
Snow White 2: When the audience gets bored with The Goodies pantomime productions of Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty they decide to put a bit more pep into the next one… Guest stars David Rappaport and Richard Briers
Episodes included are:
Robot: Disappointing news at the end of the financial year leads Graeme and Tim to only one decision - they must sack Bill and replace him with a robot! Guest stars David Rappaport
Football Crazy: Things turn grim when Bill's footie-mania turns into fully-fledged hooliganism, but help is at hand when Tim takes up the post of Chief of Police in Charge of Football Hooliganism. Guests stars Wayne Sleep, Fred Dineage and Kenneth Wosltenhome
Bigfoot: Tim and Bill go on a global trek to discover the missing Arthur C. Clarke, but when they find him they discover he bears more than a passing resemblance to Graeme...
Change of Life: Going into a destructive rage during his birthday celebrations, Bill is feeling old. In fact, all three of them are feeling old but salvation comes in the form of 'Dr. Grayboots - Beautician to the Raddled'! Guest stars David Rappaport
Holidays: Domestic tensions come to a head and the trio decide they need a holiday to help them chill out. A bungalow in the seaside town of Dunsquabblin', however, is precisely not what the doctor ordered...
Animals: Watching Tim's success in training people whilst dressed as Barbara Woodhouse, Graeme launches a new line of animals at Graybags' Pet Shop - people dressed as dogs, and Bill is the runt of the litter!
Extras on the set include:
- PDFs of each script, a stills gallery, a commemorative booklet written by Andrew Pixley plus much, much more including archive interviews