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He also was in another great Comedy series [Are You Being Served]. others That are in [Last of The Summer Wine Stephen Lewis  and starred in On The Buses as Inspecter Blakey. Lots of other famous names  in the series,  all produced by artist 'Leon Garcia' 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. 

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A typical Last of the Summer Wine intertitle

Also known as The Last of the Summer Wine (Pilot episode)

Genre Sitcom

Created by Roy Clarke

Written by Roy Clarke

Directed by James Gilbert (1973)

Bernard Thompson (1975)

Sydney Lotterby (1976–1979, 1982–1983)

Ray Butt (1976)

Alan J. W. Bell (1981–1982, 1983–present)

Starring current cast:

Russ Abbot

Burt Kwouk

Brian Murphy

Peter Sallis

Frank Thornton

June Whitfield

Trevor Bannister

Robert Fyfe

Mike Grady

Jean Alexander

Jane Freeman

Josephine Tewson

Theme music composer Ronnie Hazlehurst

Opening theme "The Last of the Summer Wine"

Composer(s) Ronnie Hazlehurst

Jim Parker

Country of origin United Kingdom

Language(s) English

No. of series 30 as of 2009

No. of episodes 289 as of 21 June 2009 (List of episodes)

Production

Producer(s) James Gilbert (1973)

Bernard Thompson (1975)

Sydney Lotterby (1976–1979, 1982–1983)

Alan J. W. Bell (1981–1982, 1983–present)

Location(s) Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, England

Cinematography Pat O'Shea

Running time 30 min. (approximate, most episodes)

Production company(s) BBC

Broadcast

Original channel BBC One

BBC HD

Picture format PAL (576i) (1973-2005)

HDTV 720p (2006)

HDTV 1080i (2007-present)

Original run 12 November 1973 – present

Status Returning series

Chronology

elated shows Comedy Playhouse

First of the Summer Wine

Last of the Summer Wine is a British sitcom written by Roy Clarke that is broadcast on BBC One. Last of the Summer Wine premiered as an episode of Comedy Playhouse on 4 January 1973 and the first series of episodes followed on 12 November 1973. Since 1983, Alan J. W. Bell has produced and directed all episodes of the show. The 30th series premiered on 19 April 2009[1] and concluded on 21 June 2009.[2] On the 26 June 2009 the BBC announced that it had recommissioned the show for its 31st series, consisting of sixepisodes to be broadcast in 2010.[3] Repeats of the show are broadcast in the UK on G.O.L.D. and it is also seen in more than twenty-five countries,[4] including various PBS stations in the United States and in Canada on VisionTV. Last of the Summer Wine is the longest-running comedy programme in Britain and the longest-running sitcom in the world.[5][6]

Last of the Summer Wine is set and filmed in and around Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, England and centres around a trio of old men whose line-up has changed over the years. The original trio consisted of Bill Owen as the scruffy and child-like Compo, Peter Sallis as deep-thinking, meek Clegg and Michael Bates as authoritarian and snobbish Blamire. When Bates dropped out through illness in 1976 after two series, the role of the third man of the trio was filled in various years up to the 30th series by the quirky war veteran, Foggy (Brian Wilde), the eccentric inventor, Seymour (Michael Aldridge), and former police officer Truly (Frank Thornton). The men never seem to grow up and develop a unique perspective on their equally eccentric fellow townspeople through their youthful stunts. The cast has grown to include a variety of supporting characters, each contributing their own subplots to the show and often becoming unwillingly involved in the schemes of the trio. The main cast of the 30th series consists of Russ Abbot as a former milkman who fancies himself a secret agent, Hobbo, Burt Kwouk as the electrical repairman, Entwistle, and Brian Murphy as the childish Alvin. Sallis and Thornton, both past members of the trio, continue on in supporting roles.

Although some feel the show's quality has declined, Last of the Summer Wine continues to garner a large audience for the BBC and has been praised for its positive portrayal of older people and family-friendly humour. Many members of the British Royal Family enjoy the show. The programmeThe programme has been nominated for numerous awards and won the National Television Award for Most Popular Comedy Programme in 1999. There have been many holiday specials, two television films and a documentary film about the series. Last of the Summer Wine has inspired other adaptations, including a television prequel, several novelisations, and a stage adaptation.

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