The Adventures of Lano and Woodley
The Adventures of Lano and Woodley is an Australia
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n comedy television
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 show starring the comedic duo of Lano and Woodley
Lano and Woodley
Lano and Woodley were one of Australia's most successful Australian comedy duos of the 1990s and 2000s. They are perhaps most famous for their stand-up comedy and slapstick theatre, as well as their television show The Adventures of Lano and Woodley, which aired on the ABC network in 1997 and...

 (Colin Lane
Colin Lane
Colin Stuart Lane is a comedian and actor, best known for being one-half of former comedy duo, Lano and Woodley.-Lano and Woodley:...

 and Frank Woodley
Frank Woodley
Frank Woodley is an Australian comedian who is best known for his work alongside Colin Lane as part of the comedic duo, Lano and Woodley. The two performed together for almost 20 years in live shows, a television series and an album of comedic songs, before deciding to pursue individual careers...

), consisting of two series which aired on ABC TV
ABC Television
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 from 1997 to 1999. The first series was distributed on VHS
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 and in 2004 The Complete Adventures of Lano and Woodley was released as a 2-disc DVD
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 rather than each series being released separately.
First screened on the ABC in September 1997, in the UK it was shown on BBC2 in September 1999.