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- Product InformationThe BBCs STEPTOE & SON is one of televisions most celebrated sitcoms charting the love-hate relationship between uncouth and common widower, Albert Steptoe, and his unmarried son, Harold, who is desperate to escape their decrepit rang-and-bone business. In STEPTOE & SON RIDE AGAIN their loyal but past it horse must be sent off to the knackers yard. Charged with buying a new nag, Harold gets drunk and blows Alberts savings on a greyhound in the belief he will win them a fortune. One slight problem: the dog is near-blind and cant see the hare! Flat broke, theres only one solution, the unforeseen death of Steptoe Snr in order to collect his generous insurance policy that is if Harold is the beneficiary. Created by Galton and Simpson (the award-winning writers of Hancocks Half Hour), STEPTOE & SON became a phenomenon with viewers thanks to its hilarious scripts and the performances of Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H. Corbett. This sequel to the hit original feature-film also stars Diana Dors, Yootha Joyce, Bill Maynard, Frank Thornton and Geoffrey Bayldon. So grab any old iron from the attic or out-house as the Steptoes are approaching your area with a horse and cart of hilarity.
- TitleThe Steptoe And Son Ride Again - Movie
- Product Release Date08/07/2015
- Theatrical Release Year1973
- Number of Discs1
- ActorsBill Maynard,Diana Dors,Frank Thornton,Geoffrey Bayldon,George Tovey,Harry H. Corbett,Henry Woolf,Joyce Hemson,Milo O'Shea,Neil McCarthy,Olga Lowe,Richard Davies,Sam Kydd,Wilfrid Brambell,Yootha Joyce
- DirectorsPeter Sykes
- Rating InfoSexual References
- Run Time98 minutes
- Primary GenreComedy
- Aspect Ratio16:9
- Main Audio TypeDolby Digital
- Video FormatPAL
- Additional DataBritannia Collection
- Tag LineIt?s a junk yard of laughs as the BBC's favourite rag-and-bone men hit the big screen again.
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