Can you find anything better, I doubt it!
Polish comedy... :)
Ok, they are different. I can't speak for the nation, but in my circle the English comedy was very popular. Monty Python top of the pops, Faulty Towers like easier fun, but so very English too, Jaś Fasola (Mr. Bean) was very popular in Poland. In here I saw Blackadder, a small gem, a bit sentimental. Benny Hill, hm... more like German... Oh, and Yes Minister (was it?). Personally, I liked Porridge, but somehow it faded.
And, it may be important, 'my circle' was a mix of 'ordinary folk' and 'intelligentsia with aspirations'.
Shaun of the Dead? What's that...
Life of Brian was a hit, I saw practising Catholics discreetly laughing their heads off. Not all of them, of course.
In Poland, English historical films were highly valued. For accuracy and objectivity, as perceived. Everybody watched The 6 Wives of Henry VIII. Strangely, the Forsythe Saga was very popular too, boring as it was. Possibly to 'soap effect'.