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                      COMEDY CLASSICS                                  PAGE 1.

                         

Welcome to our Comedy Classic page. With PORRIDGE Including stars the great RONNIE BARKER as NORMAN STANLEY FLETCHER and FULTON MACKAY as OFFICER MR. MACKAY

 Also BLACKADDER With stars ROWAN ATKINSON as CPT. EDMUND BLACKADDER TONY ROBINSON as PRIVATE BALDRICK The Great SADLEY MISSED RIK MAYALL as LORD FLASHHEART  STEPHEN FRY as GENERAL MELCHETT and HUGH LAURIE as LIEUTENANT GEORGE you can see we offer a big range of merchandise  of well known actors from the series . and other well known actors.

Plus a few more collectibles. NOTE: The T shirts are in

UK POUNDS only, if you are overseas and would like one, then email me your details and I can send you a Paypal invoice.

      All from Artwork by myself

T SHIRT SIZE GUIDE (Chest in inches)  Small 36"/ Medium 40" / Large 44" /  XL 48" /  XXL 54"

All our prices include free shipping

Just select the T SHIRT size from the drop down menu.

                                                                         

                           

PORRIDGE WHITE T SHIRT

100% COTTON

IMAGE OF FLETCHER AND OFFICER MACKAY

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£11.95

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PORRIDGE T SHIRT 100%

IN GREY COTTON

IMAGE OF FLETCHER AND OFFICER MACKAY

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PORRIDGE PILLOWCASE COTTON

IMAGE OF FLETCHER AND OFFICER MACKAY

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£8.95

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BLACKADDER

GOES FORTH T SHIRT WHITE 100% COTTON

IMAGE OF CPT. EDMUND PRIVATE BALDRICK

GENERAL MELCHETT

SADLEY MISSED

LORD FLASHHEART AND LIEUTENANT GEORGE

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BLACKADDER

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BLACKADDER

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CHINA WHITE TANKARD

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PORRIDGE LED CANDLE

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Blackadder, written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton, which aired from 28 September to 2 November 1989 on BBC One. The series placed the recurring characters of Blackadder, Baldrick and George in a trench in Flanders during World War I, and followed their various doomed attempts to escape from the trenches to avoid certain death under the misguided command of General Melchett. The series is particularly noted for its criticism of the British Army leadership during the campaign, and also refers to a number of famous figures of the age. In addition, the series is remembered for the poignant ending of the final episode.

Despite initial concerns that the comedy series might trivialise the events of 1914–1918, the series won widespread acclaim on its release, and won the British Academy Television Award for Best Comedy Series in 1989..It has since become regarded as a classic television sitcom, and in 2000 was placed 16th by industry professionals in a list of the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes compiled by the British Film Institute

1917 on the Western Front in the trenches of World War I. Captain Edmund Blackadder (Rowan Atkinson) is a professional soldier in the British Army who, until the outbreak of the Great War, has enjoyed a relatively action-free existence fighting natives who were usually "two feet tall and armed with dried grass".Finding himself trapped in the trenches with another "big push" planned, his concern is to avoid being sent over the top to certain death.] The series thus chronicles Blackadder's attempts to escape the trenches through various schemes, most of which fail due to bad fortune, misunderstandings and the general incompetence of his comrades. The aforementioned comrades are his second-in-command, idealistic upper-class Edwardian twit Lieutenant George (Hugh Laurie) and their profoundly stupid but dogged batman Private S. Baldrick (Tony Robinson

Blackadder's nemeses come in the form of his superior, the eccentric General Melchett (Stephen Fry) who rallies his troops from a French château 35 miles (56 km) from the front, and Melchett's bureaucratic assistant, Captain Kevin Darling (Tim McInnerny). Despite the two being of equal rank,

The episode "Private Plane", sees the return of the characters of Lord Flashheart and Bob from the second series episode "Bells" and also an appearance of the famous flying ace Baron von Richthofen.

Porridge is a British situation comedy broadcast on BBC1 from 1974 to 1977, running for three series, two Christmas specials and a feature film also titled Porridge (the movie was released under the title Doing Time in the United States). Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, it stars Ronnie Barker and Richard Beckinsale as two inmates at the fictional HMP Slade in Cumberland. "Doing porridge" is British slang for serving a prison sentence, porridge once being the traditional breakfast in UK prisons.

Porridge originated with a 1973 project commissioned by the BBC Seven of One, which would see Ronnie Barker star in seven different situation comedy pilot episodes. The most successful would then be made into a full series. One of the episodes, "Prisoner and Escort", written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais (who appear in one episode) about a newly convicted criminal, Norman Stanley Fletcher (Barker), being escorted to prison by two warders: the timid Mr. Barrowclough (Brian Wilde) and the stern Mr. Mackay (Fulton Mackay). It was broadcast on 1 April 1973 on BBC2] Despite Barker's initial preference for another of the pilots, a sitcom about a Welsh gambling addict, "Prisoner and Escort" was selected. It was renamed Porridge, a slang term for prison; Barker and Clement and La Frenais actually came up with the same title independently of each other.

The central character of Porridge is Norman Stanley Fletcher, described by his sentencing judge as "a habitual criminal" from Muswell Hill, London. Fletcher is sent to HMP Slade, a fictional Category C prison in Cumberland, alongside his cellmate, Lennie Godber, a naïve inmate from Birmingham serving his first sentence, whom Fletcher takes under his wing. Mr Mackay is a tough warder with whom Fletcher often comes into conflict. Mackay's subordinate, Mr Barrowclough, is more sympathetic and timid – and prone to manipulation by his charges.
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