DVD
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Absolutely fabulous. Series 1

Bob Spiers (director), Joanna Lumley (actor), Jennifer Saunders (actor)
Zes afleveringen van de humoristische televisiserie met Edina en Patsy in de hoofdrollen
Title
Absolutely fabulous. Series 1
Director
Bob Spiers
Actor
Joanna Lumley Jennifer Saunders
Language
English
Publisher
Place of publishing unknown: Warner Home Video, 2006 | Other editions
1 dvd-video
Playing time
ca. 195 min.
Note
Bevat : Fashion ; Fat ; France ; Iso tank ; Birthday ; Magazine Engels gesproken Ondertiteling: Nederlands, Engels voor slechthorenden BBC productie
EAN
7321931933087

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 11 times in Flemish libraries

Reviews

Serie 1 uit drie los te verkrijgen dvd-video's met ieder zes afleveringen van de populaire BBC-televisieserie Absolutely fabulous. De hoofdrollen in deze komische serie worden gespeeld door Jennifer Saunders en Joanna Lumley als de hysterische reclamevrouw Edina en haar permanent champagnedronken, nymphomane vriendin Patsy. Deze eerste serie stak de draak met de wereld van design en mode uit het begin van de jaren negentig.

About Bob Spiers

Robert Alexander Spiers (27 September 1945 – 8 December 2008) was a Scottish television comedy director and producer. He worked on many sitcoms and won two British Academy Television Awards for his work on Fawlty Towers and Absolutely Fabulous.

Biography

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, he attended Southgate College in the 1960s. "Jock", as he was affectionately known at the time, organised several student trips from the college to mainland Europe, including Brussels and Cologne, during this period. He was also already an accomplished tennis player, having achieved a very high national standard during the time he lived in Scotland.

Spiers joined the staff of the BBC in 1970, working as an assistant floor manager and later a production assistant, before eventually working his way up to become a director and producer. As a director he worked on several high-profile programmes, such as…Read more on Wikipedia

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