by Mark Nobes, chief editor

Like many of the British comedy series from the time, this London Weekend Television comedy was full of innuendo and what would now be regarded by the PC brigade as sexist humour. These were certainly very different times before political correctness took over. 
You may remember some of the catchphrases from the series, including Blakey's "that's made my day that has" and "I 'ate you, Butler!". Or how about Olive's "Oh, Arthur!"
Denys Fisher attempted to cash in on the long-running series and movies with a their On The Buses family board game.
On The Buses Board Game from the 1970s
Box with contents of the On The Buses game
Up to four players could play this game, and the aim was to move your bus around the board, pick up three passengers and take them back to the depot. The first player to do this won the game. As with the TV series, you had to keep your eyes peeled for blakey!

If you played this game back in the day then why not add your comments to this page? Was it any good? let us all know!
Regarding the TV series, although it is usually the film(s) that are weaker than the TV series with most comedies, I do actually think that the On The Buses movies were actually better than the TV series, and I think they were every bit as good as some of the Carry On films.