Keeping Up Appearances - Hyacinth in Full Bloom Set (Vol. 1-4) from BBC Video

Keeping Up Appearances - Hyacinth in Full Bloom Set (Vol. 1-4) from BBC Video
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Keeping Up Appearances - Hyacinth in Full Bloom Set (Vol. 1-4) from BBC Video

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The complete first and second seasons of a beloved Britcom are yours in this veritable bouquet (or do you say “bucket”?) of Hyacinth’s earnest efforts to scale the social ladder. The always-superb Patricia Routledge manages to make the central character both infuriating and endearing—to her put-upon husband, her slatternly sisters, and her adoring fans. This new DVD offering contains hilarious Christmas specials, outtakes and bloopers, and rare footage of Routledge performing pre-Hyacinth monologues. About 11 hours on 4 DVDs.

Fans of the relentless social climber and unapologetically prying neighbor get the full Hyacinth treatment in this boxed set of four DVDs with 20 episodes--including a double episode set aboard the QE2. Everyone is here: nervous coffee-spilling neighbor Elizabeth with her musician brother Emmet, who's tormented by Hyacinth's spontaneous tryouts; her ever-patient husband, Richard; and the unaccountably amorous Major. And no episode would be complete without the antics of her family, including the romance-addled Daisy and jobless husband Onslow, who favors the vest-without-a-shirt look. Packed into their grubby apartment is aging tart of a sister Daisy, who specializes in married men, and their befuddled elderly Daddy, who frequently escapes to elope or bicycle naked or both. Even the well-married sister Violet got a hysterical, cross-dressing husband along with the Mercedes. The marvelous Patricia Routledge pulls it all together with her amazing combination of matronly indignation and outrageous physical comedy. Extras include outtakes and Routledge's Kitty monologues. --Kimberly Heinrichs

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