Common As Muck Dvd - Series 1 & 2


No Child Of Mine DVD


Batman Complete Tv Series DVD - 120 Episodes


Legacy Of Murder Dvd - Dick Emery (1982)


Jack Of Diamonds DVD - Dick Emery - Bernie Weinstock


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An Englishman Abroad DVD


Eskimo Day DVD


Love in a Cold Climate DVD (1980)


What Rats Won't Do Dvd


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Common As Muck Dvd - Series 1 & 2

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Not to be missed The trials and tribulations of a group of binmen brought together by their common love of their job. "You know what God did on the seventh day? He never rested, oh no. He created my... bloody... dustmen. And all the undesirable bits, all the crap he left out of all the other folk he knocked off during the week, he gave to my... sodding... binmen!" Common as Muck is a bitter sweet comedy drama set in and around a northern British town.

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No Child Of Mine DVD

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This film is an insight to the horrible reality of victims of sexual abuse. The child, Kerry, is not only sexually abused by her step-father, and mentally and physically abused by her mother, but she is also betrayed by almost every adult she puts her trust in.

 

13-year-old girl, Kerry (Brooke Kinsella), who is repeatedly sexually abused by several adults and at one point, by her mother. After her father sets her up as a prostitute, Kerry calls Childline and is put in a safe house, where she tries to build a future for herself. Also starring Colin Salmon, No Child of Mine won the BAFTA for Best Single Drama in 1997, as well as a string of international awards.

 

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Batman Complete Tv Series DVD - 120 Episodes

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The typical story began with a villain (often one of a short list of recurring super-criminals) committing a crime, such as stealing a fabulous gem or taking over Gotham City. This was followed by a scene inside Police Commissioner Gordon's office where he and Chief O'Hara would deduce exactly which villain they were dealing with. Gordon would press a button on the Batphone, a bright red telephone located on a pedestal in his office. The scene then cut to stately Wayne Manor where Alfred the butler would answer an identical Batphone beeping loudly on the desk in Bruce Wayne's study. Frequently, Wayne and his ward Dick Grayson would be found talking with Dick's Aunt Harriet (who wasn't aware of their dual identities). Alfred would interrupt with some pretext so they could excuse themselves and answer the Batphone. Upon learning which criminal he would face this time, Bruce would push a button concealed within a bust of Shakespeare that stood on his desk causing a bookcase to slide back and revealing two poles. "To the Batpoles!" Wayne would exclaim, at which he and Grayson would slide down to the Batcave, activating a mechanism on the way that dressed them in their costumes. Often, at this point, the animated title sequence would begin.

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Legacy Of Murder Dvd - Dick Emery (1982)

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Dick Emery plays Bernie Weinstock - the owner of ' Crimebusters International ' : a detective agency. He and his assistant ( Barry Evans - Doctor In The House & Mind Your Language ) are given the job of tracking down six missing persons. With a reward of £5000 a head, it's not going to be easy. Other stars to feature include Patsy Rowlands ( Carry On Films ) and Roy Kinnear ( The Cowboys & The Three Musketeers ).

This dvd comes complete with six episodes as follows:

  1. Dying To Meet You (16 Feb 82)
  2. Holy Smoke (23 Feb 82)
  3. Who Do You Voodoo? (2 Mar 82)
  4. Bang, Bang You're Dead (9 Mar 82)
  5. Bizarre Bazaar (16 Mar 82)
  6. Corpse In The Act (23 Mar 82)
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Jack Of Diamonds DVD - Dick Emery - Bernie Weinstock

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JACK OF DIAMONDS

Bernie Weinstock (Dick Emery) is the owner of Crimebusters International, a detective agency.

With the aid of his partner, Norman Lugg (Tony Selby), Weinstock sets out to track down a hoard of diamonds hidden by a British soldier during the Second World War.

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  2. Colonel Of The Nuts (10 Jun 83)
  3. A Drip In The Ocean (17 Jun 83)
  4. Going Dutch (24 Jun 83)
  5. Herr Of The Dog (8 Jul 83)
  6. The Fun Of The Fair (15 Jul 83)

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FROM THE CREATORS OF "ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES" This was a brilliant 2 part mini-series, both funny and pre set scene in Norfolk, 1942, at an RAF base. Martin Clunes at his very, very best as are all the cast members. The friendly rivalry between the Brits and the Americans provides some absolutely hilarious moments. There are some great one-liners and 'throwaway' lines that provide such wonderful humour, which is only to be expected with the writer being John Sullivan. - MUST HAVE TO ANY DVD COLLECTION

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An Englishman Abroad DVD

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An Englishman Abroad is a 1983 BBC television drama, based on the true story of a chance meeting of an actress, Coral Browne, with Guy Burgess (Alan Bates), a member of the Cambridge spy ring who worked for the Soviet Union whilst with MI6. The production was written by Alan Bennett and directed by John Schlesinger; Browne stars as herself.

Filmed in Glasgow and Dundee, the setting is Moscow in 1958, Burgess had fled to the city following MI6 detection of his treason. Burgess barges into Browne's dressing room in the interval of a touring Old Vic productuion of Hamlet, in which she portrayed Gertrude, and charms her. Later on she is invited to his Moscow flat, finding it with some difficulty, to measure him for a suit that he would like ordered from his London tailor.

The characterisation of Burgess by Alan Bates has been held in high acclaim. This is the story of a very English Englishman trying to ignore his homesickness for the country he has betrayed while also trying to cope with post-Stalinist Russian life and convince himself that it was all worthwhile.

Both Browne and Bates were winners of the BAFTA awards for acting for their roles in this production.

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TV movie about two families going to Cambridge with their teenage children on their admittance interviews. Of course the parents only make everything worse by constantly fretting and driving their kids to distraction. Meanwhile, one of the college dons has an interview of his own: trying to get his elderly professorial father (Alec Guinness!) into a retirement home. But everything works out fine in the end for everyone. There is a great moment about two-thirds the way through the film where everything goes to slow motion as the parents (particularly a doting mother played by Maureen Lipman at her annoying best) watch their son walk down the portal into the college and realize for the first time, "He's leaving us." A brilliant scene, nicely shot, and familiar to anyone whose children have left the nest. A sequel, Cold Enough For Snow ran in 1997.

 

Overall quality = 8 out of 10 (VHS QUALITY)

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Love in a Cold Climate DVD (1980)

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Love in a Cold Climate (1980)

Nancy Mitford

The first British TV adaptation of Nancy Mitford's autobiographical trilogy Love in a Cold Climate took the form of a seven-part, seven-hour miniseries in 1980. Set in the 1930s, the story concerned a group of wealthy young ladies and their various and sundry interactions with eccentric (to say the least) relatives and amorous young men. Faultlessly faithful to the source, this series explored the real-life Mitford family's unfortunate associations with Fascists in general and Adolf Hitler in particular.

3 DVD Box Set

Anthony Stewart Head 
Christopher Scoular 
Diana Fairfax
Isabelle Amyes 
John Moffatt
Judi Dench
Lucy Gutteridge
Michael Aldridge
Michael Lees 
Michael Williams 
Richard Hurndall
Rosalyn Landor
Selena Carey-Jones
Vivian Pickles 
Yolanda Vazquez

  Episode Guide
1 Child Hunt 
2 Coming Out
3 Rings and Things
4 The Merry Widower
5 Heir Apparent
6 Foreigners Are Fiends 
7 Monsieur Le Duc
8 In Love and War

Runtime:Roghly 420 min
Country:UK
Language:English
Format:dvd tv rec
Colour:Colour
Region:Worldwide Play
Sound Mix:Mono
Full case artwork incl

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Directed by Alastair Reid. Featuring Natascha McElhone, James Frain, Charles Dance, Parker Posey, Samantha Bond, Valentine Pelka.

This is what romantic comedies should be. Two attractive, appealing leading actors with genuine chemistry, a host of droll secondary characters, hate at first sight and a sparklingly funny script.

 Kate Beckenham played beautifully by the wonderfully expressive Natascha McElhone is a London barrister who is on the rise. Engaged to be married to Graham (Valentine Pelka), she has a growing practice and seems happy in her somewhat strait-laced and conservative life. Not an easy feat considering that being a female barrister isn't easy in the incredibly conservative, male-dominated English legal system. Living with her wilder and younger sister Ellen (Amy Phillips), she first encounters the irreverent Jack Sullivan (James Frain). Jack is also a London barrister, but a hotshot with a reputation for having never lost a single case. Their second encounter is in the courtroom and while more formal and stilted - it is as funny as their first encounter and we learn more about Jack's incorrigible nature.

As fate would have it, not only does this bewigged pair seem destined to encounter one another time and time again - they end up being opposing counsel on a high profile, glitzy and vaguely tawdry case that captures the attention of the media. In a story with shades of the Anna Nicole Smith saga, Parker Posey plays Mrs Mirella Burton, a loud, tackily attractive young woman who met the elder Mr Burton when he was seventy five and she was but twenty one years of age. As a result of his marriage with Mirella, Mr Burton leaves all of his estate (to the value of £15 million) to Mirella and not to his only son Gerald Burton (Charles Dance). Gerald Burton, via Kate's instructing solicitor Jane (Samantha Bond) engages Kate to be his counsel while Mrs Burton engages Jack Sullivan.

The case turns on Mr Burton's state of mind at the time he drafted his will. Kate's contention is that he was as confused, lonely, old man tricked by a young woman into denying the rightful heir of his inheritance. Jack's argument is that Mr Burton was in love and was fully aware of his actions and the consequences and thus the characters are given free rein to explore the issue of matters of the heart.

Words fly, gazes lock and tempers flare as Kate and Jack battle it out in the courtrooms. They encounter each other everywhere - cricket matches, outside the temple where Kate is scheduled to be married, mooting dinners, outside their chambers and each time they meet, there is absolutely no doubt that they are attracted to one another. Kate fights the attraction, both infuriated and fascinated by Jack at the same time.

James Frain plays Jack as an arrogant, carelessly appealingly young man who manages to be incredibly charming and funny despite his cockiness. It would be so easy for an audience to dislike such a smug character, but there is a genuine warmth in Frain's portrayal and he appears to be having a ball with the role. Having first seen Frain as the awkward yet appealing Forney Hull in "Where the Heart Is", I was startled to see him in such a sexily charismatic role but found him completely convincing.

The secondary characters are equally wonderful. Kate's instructing solicitor Jane is hilarious - particularly the sequence in which she gets into labour and threatens to say awful, unforgivable things to Kate. Graham is something of a cliche as he plays the faithful, patient but unsexy fiance we have come to expect in romantic comedies. Nonetheless, he has some very funny lines as well. Jack's opinionated but loving father is a real gem dispensing fashion tips while renovating Jack's trendy London apartment.

The judges in the court scenes are very droll and Kate seems to trip over eccentric characters wherever she goes - the drunken lawyers at the moot are a hoot. The only element that jarred a little was the discovery of the true character of Gerald Burton - it was a little startling and not really foreshadowed, but this is only a minor quibble.

All in all, this is a wonderful and entertaining gem of a movie. Somewhat obscure, it is definitely worth watching and some of the scenes had me laughing out loud. For those of us who are tired of the completely implausible world of Ally McBeal, Natasha McElhone is very convincing as a determined female lawyer who doesn't wear short skirts.

Film picture quality is 8 out of 10 - VHS quality - Sound is perfect

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