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AdvantagesEvery episode's a finely-produced, well-acted, and well-written gem!

DisadvantagesNo special features

...Only Fools And Horses has long since reigned Briain's most-loved sitcoms, regular surveys carried out by the public confirming that where it has regularly received the most votes. It's quite hard to believe that this first series didn't achieve the mammoth ratings it would later attract. Hitting around the seven million mark, this, back in 1981 when we still had only three channels, was...

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“Only Fools And Horses”

published 26/08/2008

AdvantagesHumours , Entertaining , Never gets boring


...What is Only Fools And Horses ? Only Fools and Horses is a very famous bristish sitcom which was set between the 1980's and the early 2000 ' s. The comedy is set in north - London , where the main characters council flat was built. Although , at the early start of this great program , the flat was indeed used in London , but later on had to be filmed at a similar buliding due to complaints from...

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“Only fools and horses”

published 01/02/2008

Advantagesgreat fun and lots of laughter

Disadvantagesnot enough episodes

...Only fools and horses began its life in 1981, penned by John Sullivan, who also wrote Citizen Smith. The seven series, (and 19 Christmas specials) lasted through till 2003 and revolved around two main characters, Derek (Del)Trotter, (played by David Jason) and his younger brother Rodney, (played by Nicholas Lyndhurst), they lived at 23 Nelson Mandela house, a block of high rise flats in...

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