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Fawlty Towers vol.II (Kipper & Corpse/ Germans/ Waldorf Salad/ Gourmet Night, 2 tapes)

£4.99

Product description

Side One : The Kipper and the Corpse :-
Chaos reigns as one of the guests, with total disregard for Basil Fawlty's blood pressure, dies in his bed. Doubtless it was the kippers (which should have been thrown out weeks ago) that did it for him. Demented and panic stricken, Basil attempts to conceal the body and the extremely fishy breakfast.

Side Two : The Germans :-
Sybil Fawlty is in hospital for her in-growing toenail. "Perhaps they'll have it mounted for me", mutters Basil, as he tries to cope in her absence. The fire drill ends in chaos, with Basil knocked out by the moose's head in the lobby. Our deranged host then encounters the Germans, and tells them the "truth" about their Fatherland ...

Side Three : Waldorf Salad :-
Mine host's penny-pinching catches up with him as an American guest demands the quality of service not normally associated with the "Torquay Riviera" (as Basil Fawlty calls his neck of the woods). A Waldorf Salad is not part of Fawlty Towers' standard culinary repertoire, nor is a Screwdriver to be found on the hotel's drinks list ...

Side Four : Gourmet Night :-
The cream of Torquay society turns out for a special gourmet night at Fawlty Towers. Expectations are high but so, unfortunately, is the chef. In fact, he's incapably drunk ! A desperate Basil hurtles round to a friend's restaurant in a car that's about as reliable as his chef. His mission to find a replacement main course - he's out for a duck.

Michael Palin Terry Jones Terry Gilliam Graham Chapman Eric Idle Carol Cleveland Andrew Sachs Prunella Scales Connie Booth

Item details

Author(s):
Cleese , John / Booth , Connie
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Cassette tape
Publisher:
BBC
Title:
Fawlty Towers 2

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Side One : The Kipper and the Corpse :-
Chaos reigns as one of the guests, with total disregard for Basil Fawlty's blood pressure, dies in his bed. Doubtless it was the kippers (which should have been thrown out weeks ago) that did it for him. Demented and panic stricken, Basil attempts to conceal the body and the extremely fishy breakfast.

Side Two : The Germans :-
Sybil Fawlty is in hospital for her in-growing toenail. "Perhaps they'll have it mounted for me", mutters Basil, as he tries to cope in her absence. The fire drill ends in chaos, with Basil knocked out by the moose's head in the lobby. Our deranged host then encounters the Germans, and tells them the "truth" about their Fatherland ...

Side Three : Waldorf Salad :-
Mine host's penny-pinching catches up with him as an American guest demands the quality of service not normally associated with the "Torquay Riviera" (as Basil Fawlty calls his neck of the woods). A Waldorf Salad is not part of Fawlty Towers' standard culinary repertoire, nor is a Screwdriver to be found on the hotel's drinks list ...

Side Four : Gourmet Night :-
The cream of Torquay society turns out for a special gourmet night at Fawlty Towers. Expectations are high but so, unfortunately, is the chef. In fact, he's incapably drunk ! A desperate Basil hurtles round to a friend's restaurant in a car that's about as reliable as his chef. His mission to find a replacement main course - he's out for a duck.

Michael Palin Terry Jones Terry Gilliam Graham Chapman Eric Idle Carol Cleveland Andrew Sachs Prunella Scales Connie Booth

Author(s):
Cleese , John / Booth , Connie
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Cassette tape
Publisher:
BBC
Title:
Fawlty Towers 2

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