Harvey Moon 1,2,3
By a customer
, 17 Sep 2008
Having now rented out all 3 series, I loved this nostalgic look back on the post war era. Despite being a true labour man Harvey manages to manipulate the system for his own advantage on quite a few occassions. All characters are larger than life, his estranged wife Rita worked her way through the war by dubious methods, his own devoted mother proud of her cockney roots not wanting to accept changes in any form and his young son Stanley reminding us of the local Football teams and how war managed to shuffle them around a bit. My only down was his daughter Maggie, played by a young Lynda Robson. Her acting ability was nil and dominated by her loud whinning voice. At least the introduction in this last series of her visually impaired friend Veronica played by her talented real time mate Pauline Quirke was welcoming
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