Grace & Favour – The Complete Series

Eureka Entertainment are releasing Grace & Favour (Are You Being Served? Again!) as a four disc DVD set, scheduled for release in late May.

 

What’s it all about?

The sequel series to one of the most beloved British sitcoms of all time, Grace & Favour (released internationally as Are You Being Served? Again! ) reunites the dysfunctional Grace Brothers sales team for more misadventures and innuendo-laden squabbling.

After ”Young Mr. Grace” dies in an unfortunate scuba-diving incident, the staff at Grace Brothers find that their pension fund has been unwisely invested in a country manor house, currently operating as a hotel. With no other options, Mr. Humphries, Mrs. Slocombe, Captain Peacock, Miss Brahms and Mr. Rumbold all reluctantly team up and attempt to turn the hotel into a profitable business venture.

Reuniting the original cast members from Are You Being Served?  and written & produced by British comedy-writer legends David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd, Grace & Favour is one of the finest sitcoms ever produced for British television. Presented here in a new four-disc set, this long overdue home entertainment première is full of more laughs and double-entendres than you can shake a stick at. So, sit back and indulge in all twelve episodes of endless innuendo, hilarity and mischief with the staff from Grace Brothers.

Special Features:

  • English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
  • Four-disc set featuring all twelve episodes

Paper Moon

Peter Bogdanovich’s classic Paper Moon is available on DVD and blu-ray in a dual-format edition as a part of Eureka Entertainment’s The Masters Of Cinema series.

Starring Ryan O’Neal, Madeline Kahn, and Tatun O’Neal, this is one of the key American comedies of the 1970s.

DVDBeaver says that this version is absolutely gorgeous, and offers a rich, mesmerisingly 1080p presentation.

Special Features:

  • Glorious new 1080p transfer of the film
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
  • Feature-length commentary by Director Peter Bogdanovich
  • Three video pieces on the making of the film, featuring interviews and outtake footage
  • 36 page booklet featuring a new essay on the film by Michael Brooke, rare production stills, and more