Are You Being Served? Volume 12, BBC Video DVD, 2003

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ARE YOU BEING SERVED? Volume 12: BBC VIDEO release in 2003.
Attention Shoppers! Your favorite dysfunctional sales staff is back with more mischief, more hilarity and more hair colors! Join Mr. Humphreis, Mrs. Slocombe, Miss Brahms, Captain Peacock, Mr. Lucas and the rest of the gang as they make shopping at Grace Brothers the comic experience of a lifetime. This ready-to-wear collection of classic episodes has been lovingly pressed and polished for DVD.
MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS: Mrs. Slocombe reverts back to her childhood when she takes a golf ball to the head.
CALLING ALL CUSTOMERS: The staff performs a radio play in an attempt to draw more customers to the store. Unfortunately, they attract the wrong kind of crowd.
MONKEY BUSINESS: When Grace Brothers is in danger of being taken over by a Japanese firm, the staff enlists the aid of the Prime Minister and President Reagan.
LOST AND FOUND: After Mrs. Slocombe's beloved pussy goes missing she finds an unlikely replacement: Mr. Humphries.
GOODBYE, MRS. SLOCOMBE: When Mrs. Slocombe is forcibly retired from her position, Mr. Humphries and Captain Peacock band together to get her job back.
GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE: Captain Peacock's marriage is a shambles when he admits he has a shameful secret and a mysterious admirer.
DVD Extras: Who's Who, Trailers
Starring: John Inman, Mollie Sugden, Frank Thornton, Wendy Richard, Nicholas Smith, Mike Berry and Arthur English.
Written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft, Produced by David Coft and Martin Shardlow, Directed by Bob Spiers and Martin Shardlow, Executive Producer David Croft.
    • UPC 794051180322
    • ISBN 0-7907-8083-6
    • Brand BBC Video
    • Mfg Part # E1803
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