Sale Billy Bunter of Greyfriars DVD - Classic Comedy
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From the early years of Television, Billy Bunter of Greyfriars is a classic comedy which aired between 2952 and 1960 and now it's available on DVD. While some other websites may be offering a similar DVD, the one on sale here is the only one containing 4 complete episodes!







The television series based on the magazine stories and books by Frank Richards, also with new scripts by him, set at Greyfriars public school and featuring the fat boy Billy Bunter, who is forever eating and scrounging.
 
William George Bunter (a.k.a. Billy Bunter, the "Fat Owl of the Remove"), is a fictional character created by Charles Hamilton using the pen name Frank Richards. He featured originally in stories set at Greyfriars School in the boys weekly story paper The Magnet first published in 1908, and has since appeared in novels, on television, in stage plays, and in comic strips.
 
These classic episodes are incredibly rare and the chance to see them again is a must!

 
Cast

Colin Campbell ... Johnny Bull
Gerald Campion ... Billy Bunter
John Charlesworth ... Harry Wharton
Raf De La Torre ... Mr. Quelch
Peter Marden ... Frank Nugent
Brian Roper ... Bob Cherry
Harry Towb ... Cyrus Hoot
Anthony Valentine ... Lord Mauleverer
Vic Wise ... Andy
Robert F. Young ... Doctor Locke
 

 
SERIES EPISODE LIST:
 
 
S03E01 - Backing Up Bunter - (9th September 1956)

S03E03 - Double Bunter (23rd September 1956)

S03E05 - Bunter on the Warpath (7th October 1956)

S06E07 - Bunter Won't Go - (17th September 1960)

 
  • The Billy Bunter DVD Set includes custom artwork and episode guides so you can find your favorite episode at anytime
  • The Video quality isn't the best, due to these being from the early era of television - but all the episodes are watchable.
  • The DVDs are formatted region free so they will play on any DVD player, PC DVD-ROM, X-Box or PS2 Worldwide
  • The overall quality is satisfactory, but not commercial quality, would be expected from a 1950s broadcast.
  • Presented in English
  •  This DVD Set is brand new and sealed.


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