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Tsunami DVD listing revealed

The full track listing of the tsunami relief comedy DVD has been revealed.

Producers of the Best Comedy DVD In The World now say that £8 out of every £9.99 disc sold will go to Unicef, meaning the disc should raise well over £1 million for children affected by the disaster.

The release date has also been confirmed for February 14.

Comic Tony Hawks said: “While you're sitting at home chuckling at the gags, rest assured you've done a seriously good thing in helping UNICEF put a smile back on the faces of at least some of the children affected by the tsunami”

The full track listing, with each clip between five and ten minutes, is

  • The Office
  • Fawlty Towers
  • Little Britain
  • Phoenix Nights
  • Max And Paddy's Road To Nowhere
  • Bo' Selecta! 
  • Spaced
  • Black Books
  • Jimmy Carr Live   
  • Taxi
  • Creature Comforts   
  • Wallace & Gromit's Cracking Contraptions
  • Withnail And I   
  • Privates On Parade   
  • At Last The 1948 Show
  • Do Not Adjust Your Set
  • Monty Python And The Holy Grail
  • Monty Python's Life Of Brian   
  • Ed Byrne   
  • Joe Pasquale Live  
  • Kenny Everett
  • Tommy Cooper
  • Men Behaving Badly   
  • Rising Damp - The Movie   
  • The Royle Family   
  • Carry On Camping   
  • On The Beat   
  • Peter Cook & Dudley Moore
  • Max Boyce
  • Have I Got News For You   
  • Father Ted   
  • Harvie Krumpet   
  • The Producers   
  • Spike Milligan   
  • Bob Hope in My Favourite Brunette  
  • Laurel & Hardy in The Flying Deuces -   
  • Lily Savage   
  • Richard Pryor Live   
  • The Richard Pryor Show   
  • The Blues Brothers   
  • American Pie   
  • The Marx Brothers in Animal Crackers
  • Uncle Buck   
  • Liar Liar
  • Plus a hidden ‘easter egg’ from John Cleese’s How To Irritate People

Click here to pre-order from Amazon.

Published: 27 Jan 2005

Today's comedy-on demand picks

NICK HELM: ALL KILLER SOME FILLER

This is the show that celebrated the launch of Nick Helm's album in 2016, and has previously been unseen by anyone who was not in the O2 Forum Kentish Town that night.

With typical hyperbole, the show is described thusly: 'Under-rehearsed, under-prepared and under pressure, Nick and his band somehow managed to pull together the greatest show in the last 27 years of living memory. That show went down as a thing of legend, often spoken about by weary travellers around campfires, but thought to have been lost to the sands of time forever.'

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