Goodnight Sweetheart - Series 2 details
|Starring:||Victor McGuire, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Christopher Ettridge, Dervla Kirwan, Michelle Holmes|
Goodnight Sweetheart - Series 2 - Disc 1
|PG Disc 1|
Goodnight Sweetheart - Series 2 - Disc 2
|PG Disc 2|
|Run time:||5 hours|
|Rental release:||26 Sep 2005|
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Unemployed TV repairman seeks situation in war torn LondonBy Alan Cornforth from stockton on tees , 14 Aug 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]With this series the characters and situation really start to develop. Phoebe's Dad has succumbed to a Nazi bomb so PC Deadman has started helping around the pub in his place. Gary has become more inventive with his cover stories and, with Ron's help, learned to make a living from the past. A very enjoyable and inventive series.
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Goodnight SweetheartBy Filmfan316 (2 reviews) from Brighouse , 31 Jul 2008Weather you like 1940s Britain, Nicholas Lyndhurst or just a good dose of pure nostalgia, you get the lot in this brilliant comedy series. With excellent supporting roles from Victor [Bread] McGuire, Dervla [Ballykissangel] Kirwan & the hapless Reg Deadman played by the wonderfull Christopher Etteridge this sitcom will keep you watching the entire series. Bring on series 3.
Great series!By DrPoodle (11 reviews) from Tenterden , 08 Jul 2008I watched this series on the tv in the 90's. Its a great series with the terrific Nick Lynhurst at his best. Each episode follows a similar theme with Gary hopping back and forth to the 1940's and writing some amazing songs for the time!!! Enjoy.
why cant they make more comedies like this?By lisa rowe from stoke , 06 Sep 2006Brilliantly written,Very funny and unique,Its Nicholas Lyndhurst at his best treat yourself and rent the complete series
Goodnight sweetheart tv seriesBy a customer from Tamworth , 04 Sep 2006Really great to relive the series, will probably buy the complete series it nostalgic.
Old ones are the best!By a customer from Cornwall , 22 Aug 2006I missed quite a few of the episodes when they were on the tele so it was great to catch up on one of the finest series that the bbc has made.