Yes, Prime Minister [videorecording] : the complete collection /
BBC Enterprises ; written by Antony Jay and Johathan Lynn.
London : BBC Video ; Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, 2003.
3 videodiscs (ca. 534 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.
0790777649, 9780790777641
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London : BBC Video ; Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, 2003.
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Disc 1: Party games (1984 Christmas special) -- The grand design -- The ministerial broadcast -- The smoke screen -- The key ; Disc 2: A real partnership -- A victory for democracy -- The bishop's gambit -- One of us -- Man overboard -- Official secrets ; Disc 3: A diplomatic incident -- A conflict of interests -- Power to the people -- The patron of the arts -- The National Education Service -- The tangled web.
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Originally broadcast by BBC.
Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne, Derek Fowlds.
"Yes Prime Minister is a British comedy series about the wheeling and dealing of political life. Although the series is set within the British political scene, it deals with political games and clashes between politicians and the civil service that could be found almost everywhere in the world"--Http://
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In an unlikely chain of events, Jim Hacker emerges as the most viable candidate for his party's next Prime Minister. Now that he gets his own car and driver, a nice house in London, a place in the country, endless publicity and a pension for life, what more does he want? Bernard: I think he wants to govern Britain. Sir Humphrey: Well, stop him, Bernard! Named one of the Top Ten TV programs of all time by the British Film Institute, this brilliantly observed comedy of manners pits the well-meaning Prime Minister, Jim Hacker, against the machinations of the Cabinet Secretary, Sir Humphrey Appleby, in the ultimate political marriage of inconvenience. Paul Eddington (Good Neighbors) stars as Jim Hacker and Academy Award nominee Nigel Hawthorne (The Madness of King George) first drew wide notice in the role of Sir Humphrey Appleby.

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