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Jeeves and Wooster: Season 1
Jeeves and Wooster: Season 2
Jeeves and Wooster: Season 3
Jeeves and Wooster: Season 4
The Code of the Woosters (Paperback)
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Enter Jeeves (Paperback)
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Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves (Paperback)
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Very Good, Jeeves! (Paperback)
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Bertie Wooster Sees It Through (Paperback)
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How Right You Are, Jeeves (Paperback)
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Jeeves and the Tie That Binds (Paperback)
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Life With Jeeves: The Inimitable Jeeves, Very Good, Jeeves!, and Right Ho, Jeeves (Paperback)
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Jeeves and Wooster - A Quick Overview: Bernie Wooster is feeling a bit shy of the mark when his new valet reports for duty, bringing with him a much-needed cure for the effects for the previous night's excesses. On the strength of this sterling debut, Jeeves is formally retained, and the unsuspecting servant is thrown headlong into the glorious mix of overbearing aunts, unbidden guests, friends in need and romantic entanglements that is Bertie's lot in life.



Jeeves and Wooster: The Cast List (Season 1)
Stephen Fry - Reginald Jeeves
Hugh Laurie - Bertram 'Bertie' Wilberforce Wooster
Mary Wimbush - Aunt Agatha
Brenda Bruce - Aunt Dahlia
Ralph Michael - Tom Travers

Episode 1. Jeeves Takes Charge: Bertie Wooster's Aunt Agatha wishes him to marry the robust Honoria Glossop. His new valet Jeeves arrives just in time to suggest a scheme for eluding matrimony.

Episode 2. Tuppy And The Terrier: Trouble brews when Bertie becomes enamored of the wily Bobbie Wickham. Bertie's old friend Tuppy Glossop dotes on an overbearing opera singer.

Episode 3. The Purity Of The Turf: Bertie's Uncle George considers marrying a young waitress, much to the dismay of Aunt Agatha. Bertie and Bingo place secret wagers on competitors at a village sports day.

Episode 4. The Hunger Strike: Aunt Dahlia tries to coerce Bertie into giving prizes at a grammar school ceremony in Market Snodsbury. Newt-fancier Gussie Fink Nottle pines for Madeline Bassett at Brinkley Court.

Episode 5. Brinkley Manor: Bertie returns to Brinkley Court, where he undertakes to reunite cousin Angela with Tuppy and Gussie with Madeline. Jeeves concocts an alternate scheme to settle the estranged lovers' differences.

Note: The first DVD box-set features only interactive menu's and scene selections. No real features start cropping up until the third box-set.



Jeeves and Wooster: The Cast List (Season 2)
Stephen Fry - Reginald Jeeves
Hugh Laurie - Bertram 'Bertie' Wilberforce Wooster
Mary Wimbush - Aunt Agatha
Vivian Pickles - Aunt Dahlia
John Turner - Spode
John Woodnutt - Sir Watkyn
Matthew Solon - Chuffy
Sharon Holm - Pauline
Manning Redwood - Stoker

Episode 1. Jeeves Saves The Cow-Creamer: Aunt Dahlia sends Bertie to Totleigh Towers to recover a silver cow creamer belonging to the Travers that has fallen into the hands of Sir Watkyn Bassett.

Episode 2. A Plan For Gussie: Gussie Fink Nottle is intimidated by prospective father-in-law Sir Watkyn Bassett and his violent associate Spode. He enlists the aid of Jeeves to help him overcome his fear.

Episode 3. Pearls Mean Tears: Aunt Agatha's pearls go missing during a seaside holiday. Biffy has misplaced his fiancee.

Episode 4. Jeeves In The Country: Bertie's cacophonous trombone playing drives Jeeves to give his notice. Bertie's school chum Chuffy hopes to propose to a wealthy American, one of Bertie's former fiancées.

Episode 5. Kidnapped!: The always-chivalrous Bertie is called on to protect Pauline Stoker from a mysterious stranger who's been following her about London. Their ensuing trip to Chufnell Regis embroils Bertie in goings-on that include a compromising overnight stay at an inn, a birthday party on the Stoker's yacht, a group of black-face minstrels, and an unlikely alliance with Sir Roderick Glossop, all coming to a head on the night when Old Boggy is said to walk the streets of Chufnell Regis. As usual, Jeeves comes up with a solution to everyone's dilemmas.

Episode 6. Jeeves the Matchmaker: Having grown tired of his daily routine, Bertie has determined that children are the answer to his loneliness. Bingo Little seeks his uncle's approval to marry a teashop waitress.



Jeeves and Wooster: The Cast List (Season 3)
Stephen Fry - Reginald Jeeves
Hugh Laurie - Bertram 'Bertie' Wilberforce Wooster
Mary Wimbush - Aunt Agatha
John Turner - Spode
John Woodnutt - Sir Watkyn
John Fitzgerald-Jay - Rocky

Episode 1. Bertie Sets Sail: faced with the horrifying prospect of marriage to the unspeakable Honoria Glossop, Bertie - with Jeeves at his side - sets sail for New York. But the Wooster troubles are not left behind, for danger lurks among his fellow passengers. His old friend Tuppy is on board, unwittingly sailing toward financial ruin, and the appearance of Lady Malvern and her wayward son Motty gives cause for alarm.

Episode 2. The Full House: In order to keep his writer friend Bicky Bickerstaff living in Manhattan, and his poet friend Rocky Todd anywhere but, Bertie becomes embroiled in a complex case of deception and mistaken identity. Bicky's father thinks Bertie's apartment is his son's, and Rocky's aunt thinks it is her nephew's. With both visiting at the same time, Bertie must maintain the façade for both of his friends - with Jeeves' help, of course.

Episode 3. Introduction On Broadway: The Lady Bassington-Bassington - a dear friend of Bertie's indomitable Aunt Agatha - is adamant that her son Cyril shall not pursue a career on the stage. Instead, she sends him to New York to seek his fortune. Although Bertie is given strict instructions not to let him near a theatre, young Cyril promptly lands a role in a musical! If only Aunt Agatha were not planning a trip to Manhattan to take in the latest Broadway offerings…

Episode 4. Right Ho, Jeeves: Back in London, Gussie Fink-Nottle is arrested while searching for newts in Trafalgar Square. Bertie is obliged to assume Gussie's identity and travel to Deverill Hall to preserve Gussie's engagement. But Aunt Agatha has other plans for Bertie at Deverill which require him to be present as himself! It will tax even Jeeves' formidable intellect to solve this muddle.

Episode 5. Hot Off The Press: Sir Watkyn Bassett's plan to publish his memoirs is met with less than unanimous approval. His daughter doesn't want them published; Roderick Spode doesn't want them published; and Bertie's latest fiance will break off their engagement if Bertie doesn't steal them. Meanwhile, the eternally fragile romantic entanglements of Bertie's crowd threaten to push him back into the arms of Madeline Bassett, a terrifying fate which only Jeeves can avert.

Episode 6. Comrade Bingo: Bertie's peace is shattered when his apartment is invaded by communist revolutionaries, and his Aunt Dahlia demands that he become a gentleman burglar and steal a painting. As if that weren't enough, he has an unfortunate accident with a tin of treacle, and 'Ocean Breeze' fails to win the 2:45 race at Goodwood. Faced with all this, lesser men might falter - but lesser men don't have Jeeves to rescue them!

Special Features include a P.G. Wodehouse Biography and Filmography



Jeeves and Wooster: The Cast List (Season 4)
Stephen Fry - Reginald Jeeves
Hugh Laurie - Bertram 'Bertie' Wilberforce Wooster
Elizabeth Springs - Aunt Agatha
Jean Heywood - Aunt Dahlia
John Turner - Spode
John Woodnutt - Sir Watkyn
Robert Daws - Tuppy

Episode 1. Return To New York: While in New York, Bertie commissions a portrait of Aunt Agatha from a young artist whom he hopes to marry. Tuppy Glossop sells a recipe for Cock-a-Leekie soup to an American soup mogul.

Episode 2. The Once And Future Ex: Bertie must arrange a secret meeting between two millionaire business tycoons. Meanwhile, fiery-tempered Stilton Cheesewright suspects Bertie has designs on his betrothed, Lady Florence.

Episode 3. Bridegroom Wanted!: Perpetually love-sick Bingo Little has bestowed his affections on a mild-mannered waitress, and once again he implores Bertie to assume the identity of a popular romance novelist to appeal in the name of love to Bingo's disapproving uncle. Sir Roderick Glossop hopes to take a bride, but first he has to marry off daughter Honoria, so Bertie must find a suitable means to disengage her revived interest in him as a prospective husband.

Episode 4. The Delayed Arrival: Bertie's new mustache comes between Lady Florence and fiance Stilton Cheesewright. Aunt Dahlia requires assistance from Jeeves to retrieve a pearl necklace she has pawned.

Episode 5. Trouble At Totleigh Towers: An African tribal totem is believed to hold a curse over the Bassett household at Totleigh Towers.

Episode 6. The Ties That Bind: The Ganymede Club book containing potentially scandalous information about certain members of the ruling class, as recorded by their personal valets has been stolen. The impending wedding between Madeline Bassett and Spode at Totleigh Towers is fraught with complications.

Special Features include a P.G. Wodehouse Biography and Filmography



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