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Heil Honey I'm Home!
UK, BSB (Noel Gay Television), Sitcom, Colour, 1990
Starring: Neil McCaul, DeNica Fairman, Gareth Marks
Series 1, Episode 1 - Two part mpg. Picture is poor but still very watchable.
Adolf Hitler and his wife Eva live somewhere in 1930sAmerican suburbia, next door to a Jewish couple, Arny and RosaGoldenstein, and their dour niece, Ruth.
This most infamous of all British sitcoms attracted controversy outof all proportion to the number of people who saw it. Naturally, thehullabaloo was built on the shocking notion that anyone would mount acomedy about Hitler and the Jews - seemingly the definition of poortaste. In reality, the show was no more than a spoof - and not of 1930sGermany but of the kind of 1960s/1970s American sitcoms that wouldembrace any idea, no matter how stupid. The title, the corny dialogue,the applause when anyone arrived on set, the acting (McCaul's Hitlerwas more reminiscent of Chaplin's The Great Dictator than youractual Fuhrer) - all were clear signposts of parody. Mel Brooks hadalready explored the concept of pantomime Nazis in his masterpiecemovie (and eventual stage musical) The Producers. In caseanyone should have missed the point, an opening caption card explainedthat Heil Honey I'm Home! was a long-lost US sitcom created by oneBrandon Thalburg Jr, just re-discovered in archives in Burbank,California