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Blackadder Goes Forth: Blackadder Goes Forth (1989)
Critic Consensus: Undoubtedly the most heart-filled of the Blackadder series, Blackadder Goes Forth somehow manages to find real humor in the horrors of warfare, before coming to an appropriately poignant and poetic close.
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as Edmund Blackadder
as General Melchett
as Lieutenant George
as Captain Kevin Darling
as Driver Parkhurst
as Queen Elizabeth
as Cpl. Perkins
as Squadron Cmdr. Lord Flasheat
as Field Marshal Haig
as Baron von Richtoven
as Cpl. Jones
as Pvt. Fraser
as Lt. Von Gerbardt
as Pvt. Robinson
as Pvt. Tipplewick
In tribute to the real horrors of World War 1 and the final series for these beloved characters, 'Goodbyeee' stands as one of the most powerful, emotional finales of all time.
The writers and cast are able to be incredibly respectful, not to mention emotionally affecting, as they continually lampoon the most tragic of all comedies, modern warfare.
The satirical pen of Curtis and Elton was at its sharpest when it came to tackling the topic of the Great War in 1989's Blackadder Goes Forth.
The show elicits a few helpless belly laughs, but it takes an initial period of adjustment to get to them.
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