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    Quote Originally Posted by rigger67 View Post
    Fry and Laurie in (the definitive) Jeeves and Wooster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Black Adder View Post
    +1 Dr.Who started great and gradually deteriorated ending up dire.
    Yes I agree, the first episode with William Hartnell as the Doctor was the best. (But then everyone's favourite Doctor is the one they grew up with.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    .... Jeremy Brett will forever be Sherlock
    +1, can't watch anyone else playing Holmes.

    I thought Brett's performances exquisite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I agree absolutely. I have the box set; to me Fry and Laurie are Jeeves and Wooster, just as David Suchet is Poirot.
    +1 for me too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I agree absolutely. I have the box set; to me Fry and Laurie are Jeeves and Wooster, just as David Suchet is Poirot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnJo View Post
    +1, can't watch anyone else playing Holmes.

    I thought Brett's performances exquisite.
    Yep... Jeremy Brett was brilliant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Black Adder View Post
    +1 Dr.Who started great and gradually deteriorated ending up dire.
    Haven't watched since about halfway through the David Tennancy of the role (see what I did there ?)
    It just became too juvenile, too silly and too quickly cut for my liking.
    Kids have the attention span of a goldfish these days and it's reflected in the editing of a lot of TV shows these days.

    Gimme the days of a three take movie like Rope every time ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by rigger67 View Post
    Haven't watched since about halfway through the David Tennancy of the role (see what I did there ?)
    It just became too juvenile, too silly and too quickly cut for my liking.
    Kids have the attention span of a goldfish these days and it's reflected in the editing of a lot of TV shows these days.

    Gimme the days of a three take movie like Rope every time ..
    Exactly what is wrong, Moffat and co being way too clever for their own good, though it was that other self proclaimed smart ---- that started it going so silly, Russell T Davis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rigger67 View Post
    I never was that big a fan of Dr Who.

    Blake's 7 was the real deal, though, in the same way UFO was far superior to the more commercial and populist Space 1999 ...



    I do like Cumberbatch and Freeman as a duo - they're the most watchable pair since Fry and Laurie in (the definitive) Jeeves and Wooster.
    I like Blake 7, and UFO. First season of Space 1999 is sensible, and sober, second is mostly silly, though Catherine Schell is nice. Never got PG Woodhouse, not for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I agree absolutely. I have the box set; to me Fry and Laurie are Jeeves and Wooster, just as David Suchet is Poirot.
    ITYM Ian Carmichael and Dennis Price. Laurie is great as Wooster, but Fry is all wrong as Jeeves.

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