Product Code: Keeping Up Appearances Collectors Edition + Freeshipping
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Product Information ofKeeping Up Appearances Collector's Edition DVD

Actors: Various
Directors: Various
Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Collector's Edition, Color, NTSC
Language: English (Stereo)
Region: Region Free
Aspect Ratio: Unknown
Number of discs: 10
Rated: Unrated
Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
DVD Release Date: 2016

Keeping Up Appearances Collector's Edition DVD

Summary ofKeeping Up Appearances Collector's Edition DVD

Hyacinth's endeavours to impress make the lives of those around her difficult through her continual efforts to appear of a 'certain type of people' i.e. higher class and exclusive leading to hilarious escapades, often, through her overbearing nature, forcing those she wishes to impress to come to her candlelight suppers,Keeping Up Appearances Collector's Edition DVD and having disastrous, yet humorous, consequences to all parties when she is executing her plans. Although Hyacinth is not deterred by the latter, everyone else is afraid of her to the point that some people, notably the postman, flee when she appears. The one who suffers the most, obviously, is her husband Richard (Clive Swift). He initially worked for the council but, at the beginning of series 3, reluctantly accepts early retirement. Although he loves her with a long-suffering endurance, he is notably exasperated by her plans and her habit of spending. Although she lives to impress others, Hyacinth regularly competes with the upper-middle-class people whom she considers snobbish show-offs, such as Sonia Barker-Finch, Delia Wheelwright and Lydia Hawksworth (although Lydia Hawksworth does appear to be snobbish, as she disdains kiwifruit as "lower middle class".) Hyacinth sometimes says things like "I haven't a snobbish bone in my body" or "I can't abide such snobbery like that" when talking about those she considers her competition.

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