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Fawlty Towers - Season 1

Fawlty Towers - Season 1

Fawlty Towers is a British television sitcom that aired its first season in 1975. Created by the comedic genius John Cleese, this uproarious show revolves around the eccentric and chaotic life of Basil Fawlty, the perpetually frustrated owner of a fictional hotel in Torquay, England. The iconic series boasts an exceptional cast, featuring John Cleese as Basil Fawlty, with Prunella Scales as his wife Sybil, Connie Booth as maid Polly Sherman, and Andrew Sachs as the bumbling Spanish waiter, Manuel.

Season 1 of Fawlty Towers is a brilliant blend of slapstick humor, razor-sharp wit, and clever wordplay, making it an instant classic. The comedic timing and performances of the cast are unparalleled, guaranteeing endless laughter and entertainment. Each episode takes viewers on a whirlwind of chaotic mishaps, misunderstandings, and absurd situations that never fail to amuse and engage.

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A better class of person.
A couple of hundr... h... h... horses.
A double? A suite?
A field of wheat waving in the... waving
A gin and orange,
A gin and orange, a lemon squash and a scotch and water, please!
A gin and orange, a lemon squash and a scotch and water, please!
A gin and orange, a lemon squash and a scotch and water, please.
A higher class of clientele!
A hundred? Oh, absolutely.
A lemon squash and a scotch and water, please!
Absolutely... I mean, uh, how much?
Accommodation for a few nights?
Ah, Fawlty!
Ah, Good Evening, Lord Melbury.
Ah, good evening, Major.
Ah, Good Evening, Mr. Wareing.
Ah, good. May I wish you bon apetit.
Ah, I thought you were going out, dear.
Ah, Lord Melbury!
Ah, Lord Melbury. May I introduce my wife?
Ah, mantequilla!
Ah, more strikes.
Ah, Polly... did you cash it?
Ah, thank you so much.
Ah, there you are, Sybil.
Ah, yes, but when, Mr. O'reilly?
Ah, yes, Mr. O'reilly, well, it's perfectly simple.
Ah! All right.
Ah! D'olivera made a hundred!
Ah! Polly.
Ah... Good evening.
All British Empire of course.
All right! All right!
Allo!
And Basil, please get that picture up,
And creme pot... Pot rouge?
And find their current value.
And get that picture up.
And have it for you here when you get back.
And I'd rather not go into the town.
And in this day and age such...
And insure them for the full amount.
And may I introduce your wife?
And then you attack Lord Melbury with a chair!
Any bricks?
Any valuables to deposit, Sir Richard?
Anything at all?
Are you going to hang the picture?
Arriving this evening. For two nights.
As usual... just here.
As you seem to get on so well together.
Ask him to have a quick look at them,
Automovil blanco y lo traer a la sala numero siete.
Basil, 22 rooms is the limit!
Basil, are you doing the menu?
Basil, it's 6:00.
Basil, the morrises are leaving.
Basil, what's going on?
Basil, why didn't they get their alarm call?
Basil!
Basil!
Because he's cheap and keen to learn, dear.
Because he's pulling some big con trick in the town.
Because I forgot.
Because we've just heard
Both names, please.
Breeding... I mean... oh!
Burro... burro is hee haw, hee haw.
But he asked me to tell you...
But I will bring you the carte des vins
But the reason we're late is we didn't get our alarm call.
But today is a real old, uh, rotter.
But we do have some beautiful doubles...
But why did you say you could speak the language?
But with the class of guests one gets nowadays...
But...
Can I buy you a drink?
Can I have some wine, please?
Casserole.
Certainly.
Coins tickles your interest.
Come on! Come on!
Come on.
Could I askyou please, to move to that table over there?
Could I have your name?
Could somebody answer that, please?
Could you fill it in, please?
Could you manage 50... oh! 100?
Did he? Did he really?
Did you know the female gibbon
Dinner here tonight, as our guest?
Do I still want you to take them
Do please come this way, your Lordship,
Do please excuse me one moment.
Do please follow me...
Don't forget the menu.
Don't forget the menu.
Don't forget the picture, Basil.
Don't mention this to my wife,
Dos?
Drive carefully, dear.
Dustmen, post office...
English!
Enough to keep me in waitressing.
Entrusts to us, a case of valuables...
Er, auto bianco sportiv.
Evening, Fawlty.
Evening, Fawlty.
Evening, Mrs. Fawlty.
Exactly! Exactly!
Excuse me, I'm sorry to bother you.
Fawlty!
Fill this in, would you, Sir?
First you move that nice family in the middle of their meal,
Gestates for seven months?
Get on with your meals! Thank you so much.
Get them revalued,
Go and be a waiter in there!
Go and wait!
Go away.
Good evening, Major.
Good for him, good old dolly.
Good morning, good morning.
Good morning, Major.
Good morning, Miss Gatsby. Morning, Miss Tibbs.
Good morning. Friday, Sat...
Good! Good!
Goodbye. See you again!
Got a room for tonight, mate?
Got a room?
Gracias, gracias.
G****fruit.
Have they really?
Have you got a half bottle of the beaujolais?
Have you made up the bill for room 12, Basil?
Haven't any rooms. Good day.
Hay mucho burro alli!
He showed me identification.
He speak good... how do you say...?
He was quite charming...
He's a confidence trickster.
He's a great expert,
He's from Barcelona.
He's not Lord Melbury,
He's so common.
Hello, dear, just doing the picture.
Hello, dear.
Hello, Fawlty Towers?
Hello, Fawlty Towers.
Hello, Lord Melbury!
Hello!
Hello?
Here's the check for £ 200.
Hope you enjoy your stay, Mr. Brown.
How much did it cost?
How very wise if I may say so, your honor.
I am doing the bill for these charming people who are in a hurry.
I am so sorry I am not perfect!
I beg your pardon?
I beg your pardon?
I beg your pardon?
I beg your pardon?
I beg your pardon?
I beg your pardon?
I believe you were expecting us.
I decided, Sybil, to advertise.
I do apologize for the tardiness of the arrival
I do apologize, I was just talking to Lord...
I do apologize, please forgive me.
I do apologize, your Lordship.
I do apologize... You bastard!
I do beg your pardon.
I do beg your pardon. I'm so sorry.
I don't know where I'd be without you.
I don't know why you wanted to hire him, Basil.
I don't think you realize how long it takes to do the menu,
I expect it to up when I come back.
I had two bars.
I have to put the picture up...
I have told you where we advertise.
I have your table over here by the window.
I hear it's coming along wonderfully at the moment!
I heard about lunch.
I learned classical Spanish,
I mean 150,
I mean if it's not a personal question.
I mean, have you seen the people in room six?
I mean, if you're ready. There's no hurry.
I mean, the sky's the limit!
I never thought I would live to see the day
I rang, Mr. Fawlty, I must speak with you.
I see my little collection of
I see.
I shall be staying for one or two nights...
I shall have to see, sir...
I think he's killed him!
I thought you said you wanted...
I trust the beer is to your satisfaction, Sir?
I was hoping that instead of just dumping the bricks in a pile,
I was just think...
I was thinking...
I was up at 5:00, you know,
I was wondering... can you cash me a small check?
I will speak to them again,
I wish they were staying a week.
I won't, dear, leave it to me.
I wonder, could I deposit this case with you?
I'll call the police.
I'll cancel my holiday, do it then.
I'll do it then, then I'll do the picture...
I'll do it. Thank you manuel.
I'll have the gralefrit.
I'll never get it up.
I'll put it in the safe straightaway.
I'll put this away in one moment, your Lord.
I'll send someone to the town straightaway
I'm afraid he's only just joined us.
I'm dealing with something important out here, Sybil.
I'm going out now.
I'm just off to the kitchen, Basil.
I'm playing golf this afternoon...
I'm so sorry to have kept you waiting, your Lordship.
I'm so sorry to trouble you.
I'm so sorry, it's not all done by magic.
I'm so sorry. He's only just arrived, you see.
I'm sorry to cause all this trouble,