Rising Damp - For The Man Who Has Everything [Christmas Special 1975]

Rigsby has a miserable Christmas with no cards, no friends, and nobody to kiss underneath his mistletoe. Classic Christmas special - first broadcast 26 ...

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  • Rising damp

    Oxford University Press, USA. 1987. 264 pages.

    In the economic boom of the 1870s and '80s, many Australian workers believed fortunes could be made in the antipodes--the "worker's paradise"--and this belief drove thousands of men and women clear across the continent to burgeoning cities such as Sydney. In Rising Damp, the author confronts the assumption that employment was easy and a high standard of living prevailed in Sydney during the boom decades and illustrates the ways in which these assumptions hindered social and urban reform and...

  • Rising Damp

    Andre Deutsch Limited. 2017. ISBN: 0233999442,9780233999449. 543 pages.

    Rising Damp: The Complete Scripts celebrates the writing that brought Rising Damp a best situation comedy BAFTA. For the first time, the scripts from all four series of Rising Damp have been collected together. There's an introduction to the book by Eric Chappell, the award-winning creator of the show, and each individual script is introduced by show business writer Richard Webber.

  • Rising Damp

    1978. ISBN: 0908502001,9780908502004. 61 pages.
  • The Rising Damp Quiz & Trivia Book

    Andrews UK Limited. 2013. ISBN: 9781908752338,1908752335. 101 pages.

    During the 1970s millions of viewers tuned in every week to watch the iconic British sitcom, Rising Damp? Even today, the show that brought us some of the most unforgettable characters in TV history is remembered with affection. Now, you can relive all those magical moments from the series with the The Rising Damp Quiz and Trivia Book. Did you know that Rising Damp was originally adapted from a stage play, that only 28 episodes of the popular series were made or that the budget for the...

  • The Rising Damp Quiz & Fact Book

    2017. ISBN: 1785385178,9781785385179. 91 pages.

    Rigsby is back in this original, interesting and fun book which celebrates one of the most popular British sitcoms of all time - Rising Damp. The goings on at Rigsby's place have been addictive viewing ever since the front door of his dilapidated boarding house opened in 1974. During the seventies, 18 million viewers would enjoy following the ups but mainly the downs of the principal characters. Rupert Rigsby, the seedy landlord played to perfection by Leonard Rossiter, Alan Moore (Richard...

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