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Mister Winner Tries To Live Up To His Name


A Comedy/Drama following the ironically named Leslie Winner, who, despite all his best intentions, is forever finding himself in disastrous situations.

Eternally optimistic Leslie Winner stumbles through life, finding love against the odds with his fiancé Jemma. The pressure is on as Leslie must find a job, pay for his honeymoon and learn to fit in with his new family.

THE PIANO - Leslie finds a piano while on a house clearance job with his father-in-law Chris. Chris thinks they should take it straight to the dump, but Leslie, desperate to make some money to help pay for his upcoming honeymoon, thinks he can sell it to an antique dealer for a small fortune. After an arduous journey pushing the piano around town on foot to various shops proves fruitless, Leslie dumps the piano in an alley – only to find it starts playing all by itself. On closer inspection, Leslie discovers he has a self-playing piano on his hands! He attempts to sell it to the rather ferocious owner of a local Italian restaurant, who mistakenly thinks Leslie is playing the piano and offers him a job to play piano in the restaurant. Leslie agrees – what could possibly go wrong?