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"Lively scripts and sparkling performances" —Liverpool Daily Post (U.K.)
The happy couple hops the Channel for new adventures
Frustrated with his daily commute and clients who don’t pay their bills, accountant William Fields (Anton Rodgers, May to December, Lillie) is ready for a change. His wife, Hester (Julia McKenzie, Agatha Christie’s Marple), is always up for something new, so when William gets headhunted for a job in France, both are willing to give it a try.
What will the Fields make of France—and what will the French make of the Fields? The complete collection includes all three series of this warm and witty Britcom. William and Hester dust off their phrase books, pluck up their courage, and soon discover there’s a lot more than the Channel separating the English from the French.
Fun little series. I miss the 70's and 80's Brit-coms the most. Anton Rodgers was a wonderful low key actor. Miss him but now I can see him when ever I want. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Turner
We really enjoyed this series. The scripts were funny and the actors were great.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I'm so happy it is in Close-captioning. I enjoyed this and saw it in one weekend sitting.
Rec'd it quickly, too.
Situation comedy that eschews sexual innuendo and features happily married middle-aged protagonists is hard to find these days, at least in North America. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jon Wynne
This show is a very nice English show that is family suitable. The settings and locations are great and very interesting.Published 21 months ago by atticmom
Love old British ,humour very refreshing, very cleaver and intelligent, funny, witty, without smut and without bad language, we need more of these comedies.Published 23 months ago by beejou