Dickens's classic tale of kindness, truth and virtue is ruined by the involvement of a member of the Blackadder family. Follow Ebeneezer Blackadder as he takes his own journey through A Christmas Carol.
Also featuring "Blackadder: The Cavalier Years" where we encounter another of the Blackadder line.
I have seen both of the Blackadder sketches featured on this tape, having been a Blackadder fan from the first episode of the first series. This humour is pretty physical and I found it a little distracting only being able to hear the dialogue.
The sound quality was such that the sound effects used in the programme could be heard. The Cavalier years didn't have many sound effects so felt more like a radio show. Being an audio cassette, I thought the price was a little steep.
In short, if I was given another chance to listen to this tape, I might be more inclined to borrow from the library if I could.
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