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It Ain't Half Hot Mum

Length: 1 hr and 56 mins
Categories: Film, Radio & TV, Comedy
4.5 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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Summary

Meet the gang in these four classic BBC TV episodes! Enjoy the exploits of the Royal Artillery Concert Party, a motley troupe of military thespians seconded to India during the Second World War. In 'My Lovely Boy', When RSM Williams realises the love of his life is Parky's mum, he sets about recruiting him for the concert party. In 'The Supremo Show', a VIP visit calls for a very special show - but when Gloria sprains his ankle, the Sergeant Major must take his place. In 'We are Not Amused', Gloria plays Queen Victoria in a jingoistic pageant - but the men don't realise they'll be playing to an Indian VIP. In 'Money Talks', when the men discover that Gunner Graham is due to receive an inheritance, they set about winning his favour. Starring Windsor Davies, Melvyn Hayes, Don Estelle and Michael Bates.

©2012 Jimmy Perry (P)2012 AudioGO Ltd

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An original classic.

if you have seen the TV series, you'll enjoy this original classic. It took me back to my childhood.

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Great story lines very funny

The old ones are the best great writing and very funny in all ten out of ten

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  • 13-09-19

Good British comedy!

I was bought up watching and listening to Jimmy Perry’s work, and vividly remember enjoying “it ain’t half hot”. It’s the nostalgia that makes for a warm and fuzzy feeling listening to these episodes again.

This and “Dads Army” are some of the best of British comedy to be found, enjoy.

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Give it a chance, you'll love it!

Too young to really remember on tv and at first i wasn't sure but i ended up loving it, it's hilarious