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Very Best of Steptoe and Son: Volume 2, The
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Sleeve Sypnosis:
The world's most famous rag and bone men in 5 more
of their funniest colour episodes

A STAR IS BORN (Originally transmitted 28th Feb 1972)
Harold has always fancied fame and fortune, so when he's offered a leading role in the local amateur dramatic society's latest production he jumps at the chance. Then to his horror, Albert is also offered a part. Who will upstage whom? Only the opening night will tell...

OH, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORNING (Originally transmitted 6 March 1972)
The timely death of Albert's tight-fisted brother George, means yet another Steptoe funeral and Albert's keen to claim his share of the pickings. The dreaded day dawns. The Co-op have done them proud and drink flows but when the squabbling clan race back from the cemetery like vultures to a feast, they find the house has been burgled - or has it?

MEN OF LETTERS (Originally transmitted 24 Feb 1972)
Harold jumps at the chance of supplying an article for the parish magazine on the history of the rag and boning in Shepherd's Bush. "This could be the start of a new career" he muses. But Albert is preparing his own contribution...

THE DESPERATE HOURS (Originally transmitted 3 April 1972)
Albert and Harold have hit on hard times: the house is colder than the "Russian front", there's a pile of bills big enough to paper the room with and all Harold's eaten all day is a carrot he stole from his horse. Then their house is chosen by two dangerous convicts on the run from the Scrubs...

BACK IN FASHION (Originally transmitted 4 September 1974)
The Steptoes are skint and a fashion photographer wants to use the yard. Glamour and luxury against a backdrop of squalor and all those "birds" - could this be Harold's lucky day?


Director: John Howard Davies, Douglas Argent


Cast: Wilfrid Brambell, Harry H. Corbett, Trevor Bannister, Margaret Nolan, Betty Huntley-Wright, John Quayle, Cy Town, John Anderson, George A. Cooper, Mollie Sugden, Rita Webb, Yvonne Antrobus, Bartlett Mullins, Tommy Godfrey, Queenie Watts, Stella Moray, Margaret Flint, Simon Cord, Gilly Flower, Anthony Sharp, Leonard Rossiter, J.G. Devlin, Corbet Woodall, Tommy Vance, Madeline Smith, Roy Holder, Peter Birrel, Michael Earl, Ava Cadell, Christine Donna, Sally Farmiloe, Claire Russell, Hazel Wilson

Genre: Television, Comedy


Addtional Notes:
Run Time Approx: 148 mins.

Very Best of Steptoe and Son: Volume 2, The


Cat No:
BBCV 5395
Distributor
BBC


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