"Jeeves Takes Charge": In which the incomparable silly-ass Bertie Wooster makes the acquaintance of the world's foremost gentleman's personal gentleman, Jeeves. Together, they are thrust into a dashed tricky situation concerning Uncle Willoughby's memoirs. The manuscript is sheer dynamite, and Bertie's love life will be ruined if he doesn't prevent it reaching the publishers. It's up to Jeeves to save the day....
"Extricating Young Gussie": On the instructions of his fearsome Aunt Agatha, Bertie is packed off to New York, ordered to prevent his cousin Gussie Mannering-Phipps from going into vaudeville. But the involvement of a beautiful girl named Ray, of all things, threatens to complicate matters. Jeeves has all the answers, of course, but Bertie may regret asking for his counsel.
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- Phillip A Kelley
Full of laughs - honorable rendition of Wodehouse!
Enjoyed every minute!
No doubt it was a difficult task to select content, but it was justly done.
The production is enthusiastically well done and very believable.
Looking forward to the other 2 volumes, which I have already purchased.
- Mrs. S. E. Jones
Doesn't have the same sparkle as the BBC dramatisation
Not the same as the BBC dramatisation I'm afraid. This doesn't do PG Wodehouse's humour any justice. It's also disappointingly short and the story isn't completed, I have to buy another series! I won't be bothering.
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