All Together Now (The Complete Collection)

Umbrella EntertainmentSKU: DAVID3856
Sale price $84.95 AUD

Extras: Season 1: Goof ReelSeason 2: Goof ReelSeason 3: John English Tribute - Ted Mulry Benefit Concert - Turn The PageSeason 4: John English Tribute - Ted Mulry Benefit Concert - Hollywood Seven

Disc type: DVD
No. of discs: 17
Running time: 2242
Audio format: 2.0 Dolby Digital
Region: 4
Format: PAL
Colour: Colour
Languages: English
Aspect ratio: 4:3
Image ratio: 1.33:1
Subtitles: None
Year of Production: 1991-1993
Release Date: 04 July 2018


Back in 1972, Bobby Rivers (Logie winner Jon English, Against The Wind) and his rock band, Still Waters, were at the top of the pop charts with "Easy Street", a catchy if not prophetic tune that defined an era of carefree living. Fast forward to 1990, caught in a time-warp - Bobby is wistfully reminiscent of a time when long hair, love beads, incense, peace and harmony were part of the zeitgeist. Discovering he is the father of 15 year-old twins Anna (Jane Hall, Neighbours) and Thomas (Steve Jacobs), it's hard to know who will have the hardest time adjusting to the new family. Bobby will need all the help he can get from long time friends Tracy Lawson (Logie and AFI Award winner Rebecca Gibney, Packed To The Rafters), Wayne Lovett (Bruno Lucia) and Doug Stevens (Garry Who). Series guest stars abound in this collection, including: John Wood, Tina Arena, John Waters, Don Lane, Gary Sweet, Saskia Post, Kim Gyngell, Georgie Parker, Radha Mitchell, Ray Martin, Allison Whyte and Gus Mercurio...

Attempting to close the generation gap, popular Aussie sitcom All Together Now ran for four successful seasons, playing out 101 madcap episodes of nostalgic rock'n'roll fuelled family comedy from 1991 - 1993. Featuring all 101 side-splitting episodes plus a compilation of hilarious out-takes and extras, the complete boxset of All Together Now is packed with fun music references, turmoil on the home front and good old fashioned family pathos as Bobby comes to terms with the overwhelming, unfamiliar responsibilities of being a rock'n'roll father.

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