Comic genius, Leonard Rossiter, heads the cast of this enduringly popular comedy of lodgers versus their miserly landlord.
With lecherous but loveable landlord, Rigsby, obsessed with lovelorn spinster, Ruth Jones and her own affections tangled with African Prince, Philip and later the sophisticated, brylcreem-ed newcomer, Seymour, this hilarious comedy works its way out of the rising damp of unrequited love.
Watch as the wallpaper develops a deeper shade of yellow and the dust layer gains another inch, from the first series through to the highly entertaining movie.
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Rising Damp is an excellent series for an excellent price - the only let down was the movie as it was just a compilation of previous scripts.
This is, in my opinion, a really good set which was delivered as scheduled. The quality is first-class and as someone who has always admired the work of Leonard Rossiter this is a set to truly enjoy. It would be better, perhaps, if the ad publicising piiracy did not occur on all discs, but that aside this is a worthwhile collection for which I have nothing but praise. I would not hesitate to purchase from hut.com again.
Classic comedy. Four totally different characters but the blend is genius. Some may think raciest but Rigsby is the typical post war Brit. Phillip gives as good as he gets and they all string Rigsby along. Just excellent.