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Fawlty Towers

  • 1975
  • Season 1
  • 6 episodes
  • Sitcom

Summary

Classic farcical comedy set in a seaside hotel in Torquay run by Basil and Sybil Fawlty, played by John Cleese and Prunella Scales

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Episode 5: Gourmet Night

Summary

Basil decides to enhance the hotel's reputation with an exclusive night of gourmet cuisine. His new chef has a cordon bleu rating and loves every type of dish - but he is particularly taken with Manuel. Classic comedy, written by and starring John Cleese and Connie Booth. First broadcast in 1975.

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Cast

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Basil FawltyJohn Cleese
Sybil FawltyPrunella Scales
ManuelAndrew Sachs
PollyConnie Booth
The MajorBallard Berkeley
Miss TibbsGilly Flower
Miss GatsbyRenee Roberts
AndreAndre Maranne
KurtSteve Plytas
Colonell HallAllan Cuthbertson
Mrs HallAnn Way
Mr TwitchenRichard Caldicott
Mr HeathJeffrey Segal
Mrs HeathElizabeth Benson

Crew

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DirectorJohn Howard Davies
WriterJohn Cleese
WriterConnie Booth

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  • Episode 5

    Gourmet Night

    Summary

    Basil decides to enhance the hotel's reputation with an exclusive night of gourmet cuisine. His new chef has a cordon bleu rating and loves every type of dish - but he is particularly taken with Manuel. Classic comedy, written by and starring John Cleese and Connie Booth. First broadcast in 1975.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Streaming

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Basil FawltyJohn Cleese
    Sybil FawltyPrunella Scales
    ManuelAndrew Sachs
    PollyConnie Booth
    The MajorBallard Berkeley
    Miss TibbsGilly Flower
    Miss GatsbyRenee Roberts
    AndreAndre Maranne
    KurtSteve Plytas
    Colonell HallAllan Cuthbertson
    Mrs HallAnn Way
    Mr TwitchenRichard Caldicott
    Mr HeathJeffrey Segal
    Mrs HeathElizabeth Benson

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorJohn Howard Davies
    WriterJohn Cleese
    WriterConnie Booth

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