Jeeves & Wooster: The Complete Series DVD
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- Additional Details
- Format: DVD
- Rating: Not Rated
- Number of Discs: 8
- Run Time: 1200 Minutes
- Region: 1
- Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen
- Language: English
- Studio: A&E Home Video
- DVD Release Date: May 26, 2009
- Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Stereo
- Cast: Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Robert Daws
- Genre: Comedy
- Color: Color
- Release Date: 1993
Join Jeeves & Wooster for an enchanting romp through the drawing rooms and diversions of Britain’s tweedy elite.
Bertie Wooster is the classic young British man of means, blessed with a touch too generous a heart and a slight deficit in the noggin department. Jeeves is his hilariously arch and resourceful valet, a “Gentleman’s Gentleman” without equal who sees Bertie through the never-ending swirl of hopeless old friends, indomitable aunts, unbidden guests, and romantic entanglements that dominate his life.
JEEVES AND WOOSTER: THE COMPLETE SERIES includes all 23 episodes of the acclaimed series based on P. G. Wodehouse’s beloved stories. Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie are spot-on as the unflappable butler and his overwrought employer, and their inimitable misadventures are masterfully adapted for the screen by Clive Exton (Poirot).
BONUS FEATURES: P.G Wodehouse Biography / Filmography
THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON
- JEEVES TAKES CHARGE: When Bertie finds himself pushed into marriage by his indomitable Aunt Agatha, it’s up to Jeeves to extricate his young master from the horrifying prospect of the altar.
- TUPPY AND THE TERRIER: Jeeves and Wooster face issues with Aunt Agatha’s beloved terrier MacIntosh, and attempt to help Tuppy Glossop prove himself to his latest love.
- THE PURITY OF THE TURF: Aunt Agatha deputizes Bertie in her effort to scuttle a scandalous romance between her brother and a young waitress. But Jeeves has other plans, and he manages to get his master out of the line of fire by accepting a long-standing invitation to the country.
- THE HUNGER STRIKE: Bertie cooks up a plan of escape when he is reluctantly summoned to Aunt Dahlia’s home and drafted to present prizes at a local school's award ceremony.
- BRINKLEY MANOR: Desperate to undo the damage Bertie has wreaked upon her house, Aunt Dahlia entreats Jeeves to help lure back Anatole, her gifted but temperamental cook. But once culinary matters are in hand, attention turns to questions of romance, which are in a typically unsettled state.
THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON
- JEEVES SAVES THE COW-CREAMER: Bertie is dispatched by Aunt Dahlia to secure a rare silver cow-creamer and is outsmarted by old rival Sir Watkyn Bassett.
- A PLAN FOR GUSSIE: To overcome the fear of his prospective father-in-law, Bertie's friend Gussie Fink-Nottle lists the older man's shortcomings in a notebook, and the farce that follows involves extortion, imprisonment, and the revelation of an important secret.
- PEARLS MEAN TEARS: When Aunt Agatha's pearls disappear during a vacation, Jeeves becomes suspicious and launches his own investigation.
- JEEVES IN THE COUNTRY: When Bertie takes up the trombone and his neighbors start to complain, he decides to return to the country for the summer. The very thought causes Jeeves to hand in his notice and join the employ of Bertie's pal Chuffy Chuffnel.
- KIDNAPPED!: The wealthy American J. Washburn Stoker effectively kidnaps Bertie, alleging improprieties between him and daughter Pauline, and it’s up to his chums, along with Jeeves to spring him from his stateroom prison.
- JEEVES THE MATCHMAKER: Uncharacteristically brooding on the subject of marriage and parenthood, Bertie tells Jeeves that he intends to fill the void in his life by marrying dog fancier Bobbie Wickham. Can Jeeves iron out this romantic mess?
THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON
- BERTIE SETS SAIL: Faced with the horrifying prospect of marriage to the unspeakable Honoria Glossop, Bertie—with Jeeves at his side—sets sail for New York.
- THE FULL HOUSE: In order to keep his writer friend Bicky Bickerstaff living in Manhattan, and his poet friend Rocky Todd anywhere but, Bertie becomes embroiled in a complex case of deception and mistaken identity.
- INTRODUCTION ON BROADWAY: The Lady Bassington-Bassington is determined that her son Cyril not pursue a career on the stage and charges Bertie in keeping him away from the theater.
- RIGHT HO, JEEVES: When Gussie Fink-Nottle is arrested while searching for newts in Trafalgar Square, Bertie is obliged to assume Gussie's identity and travel to Deverill Hall to preserve Gussie's engagement.
- HOT OFF THE PRESS: Sir Watkyn Bassett's plan to publish his memoirs is met with less than unanimous approval, and the eternally fragile romantic entanglements of Bertie's crowd threaten to push him back into the arms of Madeline Bassett.
- COMRADE BINGO: Bertie's peace is simultaneously shattered by communist revolutionaries, his Aunt Dahlia, and a tin of treacle.
- BONUS FEATURES: P.G Wodehouse Biography / Filmography
THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON
- RETURN TO NEW YORK: Bertie returns to Manhattan, beyond the clutches of Aunt Agatha and safe from the horrifying prospect of marriage, only to find the old battleaxe herself on his doorstep, with his wayward twin cousins in tow.
- THE ONCE AND FUTURE EX: The Lady Florence Craye steps back into Bertie’s life, and though she is newly engaged to another man, Bertie knows only too well that he can’t breathe easily until she has been safely dispatched down the aisle.
- BRIDEGROOM WANTED!: Bertie is threatened with another unwanted engagement—the gruesome Honoria Glossop, whose father is desperate to marry her off to anyone, even Bertie.
- THE DELAYED ARRIVAL: Bertie returns to England, where threats to his sanity and well-being seem to have lined up to take a shot at him, and Jeeves has a hard time of it as he acquires an unwelcome admirer.
- TROUBLE AT TOTLEIGH TOWERS: Bertie scrambles to patch things up between Madeline Basset and her fiancee before she tuns her attentions to him.
- THE TIES THAT BIND: With Madeline Basset and Lady Florence Craye both safely engaged to other men, Bertie is confident he can consider himself a free man. Jeeves, however, wisely decides to err on the side of caution.
- BONUS FEATURES: P.G Wodehouse Biography/Filmography