PBS Stations Offer Perfect Holiday Thank-You Gifts to Celebrate Fawlty Towers' 30th Anniversary

This post was archived from the original website for Fawlty Towers Revisited, which premiered on public television in 2005.

Holiday shoppers, Fawlty Towers fans and collectors take note! A book with the script to the never-broadcast 13th episode of Fawlty Towers and a Corgi 30th anniversary limited edition of the Austin 1100 estate car that bedeviled Basil Fawlty in the popular “Gourmet Night” episode, are just two of the exclusive, highly collectible pledge thank-you gifts PBS stations will offer this month as part of the celebration of Fawlty Towers 30th anniversary and the premiere of the definitive retrospective special, Fawlty Towers Revisited.

Looking for the perfect gift for the Fawlty Towers fans on your list, then turn to a local PBS station for a selection of must-have, highly collectible gifts that keep giving and are a collector’s dream! Just imagine, you can salute and support PBS’ efforts to keep bringing you more hours of laughter and enjoyment from the best of British Comedies and select an exclusive thank-you gift to help spread the holiday spirit!

Remember, PBS station KERA-TV in Dallas, first brought British Comedies to the United States in 1974, and local stations across the country now air more hours of these intelligent, incredibly well-written and hilarious comedies to your home each week than airs on the BBC.

Use the link at the top of this blog to find when the PBS station nearest you will broadcast Fawlty Towers Revisited and offer these must-have anniversary thank-you gifts.

Fawlty Towers – A Worshipper’s Companion
Script to the 13th episode of Fawlty Towers and much more. Limited quantities available only in U.S. through PBS stations.

In 2004, Swedish author and classical musician Lars Holger Holm published Fawlty Towers – A Worshipper’s Companion. This 222-page treasure-trove goes way beyond
trivia to feature the condensed biographies of the show’s key
characters, analysis of all of Basil Fawlty’s neuroses and a look at
the connections between the occult and Fawlty Towers.
Perhaps the most intriguing part of the book is the chapter about the
never-broadcast 13th episode that the author states he saw six years
ago in 1999. A copy of the script to the mystery episode, “The
Robbers”, is included in the Fawlty Towers – A Worshipper’s Companion. This hard-to-put-down book is a must-read for any true Fawlty Towers fan!

Fawlty Towers – A Worshipper’s Companion currently is only available in the United States in limited quantities through PBS stations as a pledge thank-you gift.

Corgi Limited Edition 30th Anniversary Fawlty Towers Austin 1100 Estate Car
Only 4,000 produced! Exclusive to PBS stations.

commissioned Corgi to reproduce a limited edition of 4,000 sets of the
Austin 1100 Estate Car that bedeviled Basil Fawlty in the very popular
“Gourmet Night” episode of Fawlty Towers.
Collectors should note that this exclusive set has been updated to
reflect the “1100” model, which is the same model of car used in the

addition to the highly detailed car, the set includes a figurine of
Basil hefting a branch and a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Corgi, the leading name in die-cast scale models and one of Britain’s
best known brands, has been producing models for almost 50 years. For
more information about Corgi and this special, updated, limited edition
Fawlty Towers anniversary set  look here.

Director’s Cut Edition – Fawlty Towers Revisited DVD
Exclusive to PBS stations.

The Director’s Cut Edition DVD of Fawlty Towers Revisited
features the 80-minute, 30th anniversary retrospective TV special on
one of the world’s funniest and best-loved comedies, as well as an
additional 10 minutes of behind-the-scenes stories and recollections
from recent interviews with Fawlty Towers’ cast and crew.

Remember, to find out when this month PBS stations will broadcast Fawlty Towers Revisited and offer the exclusive, Fawlty Towers 30th anniversary collectible pledge thank-you gifts, check out the PBS station finder link at the top of this blog.

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