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The Complete & Remastered 3 DVD set (includes 1 bonus disc) Danske tekster
...to Fawlty Titties! :-)
....I mean to Fawlty Towers, naturallement!
...besides from french we also speak english - if you can hear :)
Que?...yes also spanish, Manuel is from Barcelona :)
...we even speak ein bischen deutsch...
...but DON'T MENTION THE WAR!
...else Basil has to do his silly walk :-)
A Waldorf Salad and a Screwdriver??? ...how about a "Ritz salad"? :-)
Our chef is excellent, he serves almost anything, sandwich, dressing or duck...
...no sorry, duck's off!
The staff is (not) happy to see you! :)
...They are not even happy to see each other! :-)
It would be much easier to run a hotel it it was'nt for the guests!
Cause not all customers are satisfied...
...and there is too much butter on those trays!
I am gonna give you a damn good trashing!
Dette er hvad du modtager: The Fawlty Towers Remastered 3-DVD set NY I men UDEN EMBALLAGE (sod-skadet efter brand) (Komplet Sæson 1 & 2 = ALLE 12 episoder på 2 discs + 1 bonus disc med cirka 3 timers extra materiale ) Der er dansk tekst . Language: English Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1 Number of discs: 3
Subtitles: Danish swedish finnish Production Year: 1975 - 1979 - 2009 Playing time: 8 hours and 36 min Picture & sound: Digital remastered sound and picture Starring John Cleese, Prunella Scales, Andrew Sachs and Connie Booth SERIES 1 - First broadcast 1975
1. A Touch Of Class
His pretentious snobbery leads Basil to encourage a somewhat classier clientele to Fawlty Towers (“rather than the riff-raff we normally get in here”). Lord Melbury's arrival is right up his street; there's nothing Basil won't do for the nobility. With hand-rubbing obsequiousness the proprietor is only too pleased to cash his Lordship's cheque.
First broadcast: 19th Sep 1975
2. The Builders
Not for the first time, Basil's tight-fistedness finds him out. There is building work required in the hotel lobby and, when Sybil's back is turned, Basil immediately goes for the lowest quote for the job. But he soon discovers why O'Reilly and his men come so cheap…
First broadcast: 26th Sep 1975
3. The Wedding Party
Basil's prudish nature is outraged by what he perceives to be an outbreak of promiscuity at Fawlty Towers. As ever, he grabs the wrong end of the stick and then proceeds to beat himself with it. Yet another terrible day for Basil ends with him being discovered by the guests in a compromising position with Manuel.
First broadcast: 3rd Oct 1975
4. The Hotel Inspectors
Basil is terrified by the news that hotel inspectors are in the area — and well he might be. The awful probability occurs to him that the eccentric guest to whom he has been so appallingly offensive may be one of the officials. His ranting turns to a pathetic fawning — but has he got the right man?
First broadcast: 10th Oct 1975
5. 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 is to find a replacement main course — he's out for a duck.
First broadcast: 17th Oct 1975
6. The Germans
Sybil is in hospital for her ingrowing toenail. “Perhaps they'll have it mounted for me,” mutters Basil as he tries to cope during her absence. The fire-drill ends in chaos with Basil knocked out by the moose’s head in the lobby. The deranged host then encounters the Germans and tells them the “truth” about their Fatherland…
First broadcast: 24th Oct 1975
SERIES 2 - First broadcast 1979
1. Communication Problems
It's not a wise man who entrusts his furtive winnings on the horses to an absent-minded geriatric Major, but Basil was never known for that quality. Parting with those ill-gotten gains was Basil's first mistake; his second was to tangle with the intermittently deaf Mrs Richards.
First broadcast: 19th Feb 1979
2. The Psychiatrist
A young “yobbo” has booked in and — to Basil's intense fury — Sybil obviously fancies him and he may have smuggled a girl into his room. A psychiatrist arrives to add to his discomfort and the voluptuous Australian girl stands just a bit too close to the light switch. “There's enough material here for an entire conference,” muses the psychiatrist as he observes the baffling phenomenon known as Basil Fawlty.
First broadcast: 26th Feb 1979
3. 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 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…
First broadcast: 5th March 1979
4. The Kipper and the Corpse
Chaos reigns as one of the guests with total disregard for Basil's blood pressure, dies in his bed. Doubtless it was the kippers (which should have been thrown out weeks ago) that did for him. Demented and panic stricken, Basil attempts to conceal both the body and the extremely fishy breakfast.
First broadcast: 12th March 1979
5. The Anniversary
Sybil can't believe that Basil has forgotten their 15th wedding anniversary, “not after what happened the last time he didn't remember,“ she tells Polly. In fact, Basil has arranged a surprise party, with all of Sybil's friends on the Fawlty Towers invitation list. Unfortunately Sybil flounces off to the golf course leaving Basil up to his neck floundering in guests, lies and mayhem.
First broadcast: 26th March 1979
6. Basil the Rat
Manuel insists that his pet rodent is a Siberian hamster. Basil is convinced that the pet shop has conned the gullible Spaniard and sold him a rat — a fine thing to have running round the hotel when the public health inspector is also on the loose.
First broadcast: 25th Oct 1979 (delayed transmission)
This Special Edition DVD set marks the 30th Anniversary of one of the greatest situation comedies British television has ever seen. Every episode of the BAFTA winning sitcom has been fantastically remastered and for the first time ever John Cleese provides audio commentaries on all 12 episodes.
Exclusive commentaries by John Cleese
2009 Extended Interviews
Includes exclusive interview with Connie Booth
Interviews with John Cleese, Prunella Scales and Andrew Sachs.
Series 1 director’s commentary by John Howard Davies
Series 2 director’s commentary by Bob Spiers
Torquay Tourist Guide (short documentary film)
Cheap Tatty Review
ABOUT THE EXTRAS The special feature that really sets this release apart from all the previous DVD releases of Fawlty Towers is that, finally, each episode carries an audio commentary by John Cleese himself. And what an absolute pleasure those commentaries are. John's delight at watching the episodes again, and his genuine affection for the show, is a joy to listen to. He gives us behind-the-scenes stories of things that happened while filming, he tells us what he would change if making the show now, he shares his love for all his fellow cast members and he just generally comes across as a great bloke.
Features Connie Booth's first interview in 30 years - she has previously refused to talk about the series for 30 years!
There are also some interviews done with Cleese, Sachs and Scales for the 2001 DVD box set release; Torquay Tourist Guide, a 12-minute documentary about the real-life "Fawlty Towers", the Gleneagles Hotel , which inspired the series; a short gag reel; and some out-of-date biographies of the cast and some of the guest stars.
The Fawlty Towers cast reunited for the FIRST TIME EVER in 2009
1979 - 2009
Basil Fawlty welcomes you back to his hotel! :)
And so does the rest of the staff! - Reunited for the first time ever!
Now you can unpack your suitcases and get ready for documentary interviews made at this reunion! Only available with this 3-DVD set To celebrate the 30th anniversary Fawlty Towers open the doors of TV's most famous hotel once more after a lengthy absence.
Fawlty Towers: gathers the cast and crew together to retrace the history of the sitcom from a rarely seen insider point of view. The one-off special leaves no English Riviera stone unturned in its search for trivia and nuggets of information from the Fawlty Towers guestbook, together with in-depth interviews with John Cleese, Andrew Sachs and Prunella Scales, as well as Connie Booth talking about her memories from the show for the first time in 30 years.
Reminiscing about the sitcom and its magic moments, the cast and crew are joined by Fawlty fanatics and followers.
The above photo is from the pc game Counterstrike where you can walk the Fawlty Tower hotel in 3-D :-) Thanks for watching - I hope you enjoyed it! :-)
Fawlty Towers, how are you - nice day! :-)