As Time Goes By - The Complete Series 7

Overview

Judi Dench and Geoffrey Palmer star as a couple who takes a second chance at love 38 years after they lost touch with one another during the Korean War in this collection of episodes from the British television series As Time Goes By. As Time Goes By: The Complete Series 7 features all seven episodes from the show's seventh cycle; titles include "Pardon?, "An Old Flame, "The New Neighbors, "The Bypass, "Too Old ...Or Too Nosey, "The Old Folks Party, and "The Proposal."
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Overview

Judi Dench and Geoffrey Palmer star as a couple who takes a second chance at love 38 years after they lost touch with one another during the Korean War in this collection of episodes from the British television series As Time Goes By. As Time Goes By: The Complete Series 7 features all seven episodes from the show's seventh cycle; titles include "Pardon?, "An Old Flame, "The New Neighbors, "The Bypass, "Too Old ...Or Too Nosey, "The Old Folks Party, and "The Proposal."
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Cast biographies; Trailers
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The seventh season of this popular British sitcom relies on the same gentle humor that brightened previous groupings, with tart dialogue and racy situations occasionally enlivening the proceedings. It continues the saga of Lionel Hardcastle Geoffrey Palmer and Jean Pargetter Judi Dench, whose three-month affair during the Korean War was followed by 38 years of separation. Reunited by chance as middle-aged people, they renew their relationship and duck the various curveballs life continually hurls in their direction. The seven episodes in this collection are all choice, but we especially like the season-opening "Pardon?," in which Lionel suspects Jean has problems with her eyes and she believes he's going deaf. This age-based humor is easily understandable to older viewers usually left out in the cold by today's youth-oriented American sitcoms. "The New Neighbours" arouse suspicion when they turn up in the local pub, both sporting black eyes, the day after a spirited argument. "The Old Folks' Party" is hilarious from beginning to end, with Lionel and Jean marveling at the randiness of a senior citizen gathering. And "The Proposal" finds Jean's daughter, Judy Moira Brooker, finally hearing the question popped by her longtime boyfriend, Alistair Philip Bretherton.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/15/2005
  • UPC: 794051211620
  • Rating:

  • Source: Bbc Warner
  • Region Code: 1
  • Language: English
  • Time: 3:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 3,753

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Judi Dench Jean Mary Pargetter-Hardcastle
Geoffrey Palmer Lionel Hardcastle
Moira Brooker Judy Pargetter Hanson/Deacon
Philip Bretherton Alistair Deacon
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [2:52]
2. You Did Hear What I Said? [4:22]
3. Looking for an Eye [4:45]
4. Diplomatic Skills [5:56]
5. Straight to the Point [3:57]
6. Testing [6:53]
1. Opening Credits [3:32]
2. An Old Penny [3:47]
3. Personal Call [5:41]
4. Not Overly Curious [3:11]
5. I Shan't Be Late [4:58]
6. Meeting the Old Flame [8:17]
1. Opening Credits [3:39]
2. New Neighbors [5:36]
3. Alistair's "A Team" [3:10]
4. The Curiosity Bug [5:12]
5. Request for Backup [3:44]
6. Meet the Duncans [7:50]
1. Opening Credits [3:54]
2. Demonstration Debate [3:50]
3. A Local Matter [6:12]
4. The Wrong End of the Stick [4:26]
5. A Plan of Action [5:33]
6. Jean Talks to the Committee [5:25]
1. Opening Credits [4:42]
2. Manuals and Thermals [5:31]
3. By Train and by Car [3:48]
4. Opening Up [4:51]
5. Jean and Judy [3:55]
6. Patching Things Up [6:38]
1. Opening Credits [3:43]
2. Lulubelle and Beauregard [5:02]
3. Pawns in the Game [4:46]
4. Party Preparations [5:26]
5. The Festivities Begin [3:07]
6. Mrs. Thrupp [7:11]
1. Opening Credits [3:06]
2. Game Playing [6:11]
3. Harry Comes to Call [4:23]
4. The Big M [3:03]
5. Moving In and Moving Out [6:29]
6. Just the Two of Us [6:02]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play All Episodes
   Episode Selection
      Episode 1
      Episode 2
      Episode 3
      Episode 4
      Episode 5
      Episode 6
      Episode 7
   Scene Selection
      Episode 1
      Episode 2
      Episode 3
      Episode 4
      Episode 5
      Episode 6
      Episode 7
   Special Features
      Cast Bios
         Jean Hardcastle (Judi Dench)
         Lionel Hardcastle (Geoffrey Palmer)
         Alistair (Philip Bretherton)
         Judith (Moira Brooker)
         Sandy (Jenny Funnell)
         Richard "Rocky" Hardcastle (Frank Middlemass)
         Madge Hardcastle (Joan Sims)
         Mrs. Bale (Janet Henfrey)
         Penny (Moyra Fraser)
         Stephen (Paul Chapman)
         Harry (David Michaels)
         (Writer) Bob Larbey
      Trailers
         BBC America
         Father Ted
         Coupling
         Classic Drama
         Classic Comedy
         Blue Planet
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