Blackadder Goes ForthClosed Captioning
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The highly acclaimed final series finds a world-weary Captain Blackadder stationed on the Western Front during World War I. Having joined the British Army when it was little more than a travel agency for gentlemen with an abnormally high sex drive, he's not overjoyed to be in the trenches facing four million German machine guns. It would be slightly more bearable if General Melchett's battle plans were less suicidal and if Private Baldrick's cooking wasn't confined to rat. Classic comedy starring Rowan Atkinson and Tony Robinson.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoCaptain Cook||General Melchett is on the lookout for a talented artist who can do an especially stirring painting for the cover of King and Country magazine. When George produces a picture of genius, Blackadder passes it off as his own, believing that Melchett will send the successful artist to Paris and away from the trenches. Digitally remastered version.||29:12||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoCorporal Punishment||Reluctant to march to his certain death, Blackadder has taken to ignoring orders. He even shoots a carrier pigeon when it arrives with orders to advance, and eats the evidence. Unluckily, this particular pigeon is the property of General Melchett. Blackadder is court-martialled and sentenced to death by firing squad. Digitally remastered version.||29:21||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoMajor Star||There's a ticket out of the trenches and into the West End of London for Blackadder if he can successfully organise a concert party to raise morale back home. Somehow, Blackadder manages to overcome his loathing of music hall and stages an unforgettable show, could this be his chance to escape the front line? Digitally remastered version.||29:04||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoPrivate Plane||Inspired by the cushy life that Lord Flashheart seems to enjoy, the boys join the Royal Flying Corps. Unfortunately, it turns out that their nickname - the Twenty Minuters - derives from the amount of time they can expect to live, rather than the amount of work they have to do in a day. Digitally remastered version.||28:55||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoGeneral Hospital||While George is in hospital, he befriends a pretty nurse called Mary and a highly suspicious soldier called Smith, who speaks with a strong German accent. Melchett has information that a German spy is at work at the hospital, and he asks Blackadder to smoke them out. Digitally remastered version.||28:02||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoGoodbyeee||General Melchett has given the command for the company to go 'over the top,' that is to say, charge into No Man's Land and to their certain deaths. Blackadder's last attempts to escape the inevitable end in failure, so together with George, Baldrick and Darling he must make the final ascent up the trench to face the German guns. Digitally remastered version.||29:22||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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Truly a Classic
Blackadder Goes Forth is brilliant, simply the best out of the four, the last episode was great and a tearjerker, the actors pulled if off in such a brilliant way, imagine a comedy such as this giving such a powerful ending that it does make you think about the fromt line in World War 1 and how may soldiers suffered and died for our country. Simply brilliant
Great u godda buy this
This is my favourite series of blackadder it is so funny