From the lunatic antics of Spike Milligan and Marty Feldman, to the visual gags of Eric Sykes and hilarious characters of Dick Emery - when it comes to the greats of British comedy, these four GÇÿgentlemenGÇÖ are at the peak of comic inventiveness and brilliance. This four disc set brings together their very best sketches and performances at the BBC. Spike Milligan: Some remember him from The Goons, but his work on television stamped Spike MilliganGÇÖs surreal, chaotic and devastatingly funny humour on the worldGÇÖs imagination. This compilation features assorted lunacy from the best of his BBC shows with Spike also interviewed about his career. Dick Emery: From toothy Vicars, busty blondes and GÇÿdivGÇÖ skinheads, to camp honky tonkers and the sexually frustrated GÇÿMiss HettieGÇÖ, Who doesnGÇÖt remember the eclectic characters which filled The Dick Emery Show week after week? TheyGÇÖre all here in this compilation from his long-running television series. Oooh you are awful! Eric Sykes: Visual humour and awkward situations were Eric SykesGÇÖ trademark. His BBC series GÇÿSykesGÇÖ ran for several years and this collection of classic footage features hilarious moments with the help of the larger than life Hattie Jacques. Marty Feldman: Zany, but clever slapstick were the tools of famed goggle-eyed comedian Marty Feldman and these clips from his BBC series showcase his unique style that recalls the era of silent comedy, with many penned by the likes of John Cleese and Michael Palin.
Comedy Greats at the BBC - Marty Feldman, Spike Milligan, Eric Sykes, Dick Emery
For a lesson in comedy, look no further than these legends of British humour.