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  • Tony's house is falling apart and he can't afford to do it up so with the help of Sid James they plan a way of getting the National Trust to do it up for them by saying Lord Byron lived there but when the trust say no, they decide to turn the home into a museum dedicated to the poet.


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  • Hancock and Sid need renovations. In order to raise the funds to repair their crumbling home, they try to find the historical importance of the property, meaning the government would restore the building. When none arises, Sid fools Hancock with fabricated evidence that Lord Byron once owned the home. Chaos ensuses.

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