In a small shop on the outskirts of Manchesterford, Miss Babs (mother to the triplets) and Miss Berta run their antique business. Assisting them are general handyman Derek and housekeeper Mrs Overall, who is always to hand with a cup of coffee and a helpful adage (like "sometimes I think being widowed is God's way of telling you to come off the pill."). With the arrival of swarthy Cousin Jerez, ladies' man Clifford and self-conscious extras examining a leopard statue, the tension soon begins to mount.
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- Acorn Antiques review by Ian Smith
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You rated this film: 4
after not seeing this comedy for a long time it was good to watch a british comedy were there is no swearing and also were the original actors of the now great dinnerladies was first seen and all down to the great writing skills of Victoria Wood so if you want to watch what a soap should really be like I would recommend watching this.