Steptoe & Son

The Complete Steptoe & Son [DVD] [1962] The Complete Steptoe & Son [DVD] [1962]
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Binding: DVD
Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
Audience Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over
Manufacturer: 2entertain
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  • Harry H. Corbett
  • Wilfrid Brambell


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  • Steptoe and Son - Complete Collection - 13-DVD Box Set
  • Steptoe and Son - Complete Series 1-8
  • Steptoe & Son - Complete Series One - Eight

An absolute treasure trove for fans of classic British TV comedy, Steptoe and Son: Complete BBC Series Box Set unites every single episode from series one to eight of the show plus the 2 Christmas specials too. That amounts to over 50 episodes of pure comedy gold, just waiting to be rediscovered.

The situation of the sitcom is, of course, a father and son running their scrap metal business. But the ‘com’ comes in droves, starting from the wonderful pairing of Wilfred Brambell and Harry H Corbett in the leading roles. It’s hard to think of a finer piece of comedy pairing in a British television programme of this ilk, and their relationship is very much the core of what makes Steptoe and Son great.

Credit, however, must also going to comedy writing legends Galton and Simpson. The genius of their scripts was they needed no gimmicks, and no tricks. Instead, good, honest, well-written dialogue that had no problem with pushing the boundaries of the time generated the laughs, and Steptoe and Son has them in abundance.

Is Steptoe and Son the best sit-com in British television history? Well, that’s open to debate. But what isn’t up for argument is that it’s certainly one of the very best, and thanks to this comprehensive boxset, it’s one that continues to live on and find its audience.

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