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    • <p>School’s done, the fishfingers and chips have been scoffed and now it’s time to sit down with a Texan bar and a packet of Spangles to enjoy the best kids’ television that ITV has to offer...</p>

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    • <p>Adapting a play by award-winning novelist and screenwriter Richard Llewellyn best known for his classic work How Green Was My Valley this powerful, highly acclaimed drama explores the darker side of a seemingly idyllic English hamlet. Featuring an outstanding cast, including British screen legends Flora Robson and Robert Newton, Poison Pen is featured in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited aspect ratio. The placid, harmonious life of a quiet village becomes a hotbed of paranoia and hatred as anonymous letters accusing the villagers of moral and sexual misdemeanours begin to circulate. As speculation and malicious gossip spread, suspicions begin to centre on Connie Fateley, a shy, solitary seamstress; it is only a matter of time before events take a tragic turn...</p>

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    • <p>Bennett Wallace is a charismatic teenager on the brink of adulthood. As he navigates the ups and downs of transition and grapples with a history of substance abuse, Bennett embarks on a journey to find his voice—as a musician, a friend, a son, and a man. Filmed over four years, Real Boy follows the evolution of Bennett's relationship with his mother Suzy, who has deep misgivings about his transition. As Suzy struggles to come to terms with his decision, Bennett is taken under the wing of his idol Joe Stevens, a celebrated transgender musician fighting his own demons. Through observational storytelling that is alternately poignant and humorous, Real Boy explores the complexity of addiction, the healing power of music, and the importance of family, both given and chosen.</p>

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    • <p>Part bawdy romp, part kitchen-sink drama, this box-office hit features then-rising star Victor Henry as a twenty-year-old window cleaner whose womanising is curtailed when he finds himself falling in love for the first time. Also starring Susan George and, in his film debut, Jack Shepherd, All Neat in Black Stockings' bold interlacing of sexual adventure, humour and tender love story instantly caught audiences' imaginations, its evocation of London's dingy back-street pubs and dubious characters marking it out as a cult classic. The film is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Ginger shares most things in life with his friend, Dwyer - including girls. Then, he sees the beautiful Jill - 'all neat in black stockings' - in a south London pub. Her obvious innocence moves him, and he feels unable to make his usual approach. He realises that she is not only desirable, but also something very special... SPECIAL FEATURES [] Full-frame as-filmed version of main feature [] Deleted scene (mute) [] Textless trailer [] Image gallery [] Promotional material PDFs</p>

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    • <p>A transatlantic principal cast lends classic film noir appeal to this stylish, cleverly plotted thriller adapted from a story (and earlier television serial) by Francis Durbridge one of Britain's most successful crime writers and creator of legendary sleuth Paul Temple. Jointly adapted by Ken Hughes and Oscar winner Guy Green, Portrait of Alison is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Investigative journalist Lewis Forrester and his female passenger are killed when their car plunges over a cliff in Italy; Lewis leaves behind two brothers portraitist Tim, and pilot Dave. Although the case is closed, Inspector Colby of Scotland Yard does not believe Lewis's death was accidental. And as Tim is hired by the dead girl's father to paint her portrait from a photograph, a chain of mysterious events is set in motion which, for Colby, appears to confirm that Tim himself is a murderer... SPECIAL FEATURES [] Original Theatrical Trailer (textless) [] US Titles [] Image Gallery [] Original Press Release PDF</p>

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    • <p>A rare indulgence of a drama from the pen of celebrated novelist W. Somerset Maugham, Trio combines three quirky tales to form a compelling production from Gainsborough Films, which was Oscar-nominated on its initial cinema release.The Verger tell the story of an illiterate man dismissed from his job who decides to set up a tobacconist and amasses a small fortune.Mr. Knowall tells of a man who has the infuriating habit of talking to everyone and pretending to know about everything.Sanatorium depicts the communal life and loves of a group of patients, most of them terminally ill, in a sanatorium., A rare indulgence of a drama from the pen of celebrated novelist W. Somerset Maugham, Trio combines three quirky tales to form a compelling production from Gainsborough Films, which was Oscar-nominated on its initial cinema release.The Verger tell the story of an illiterate man dismissed from his job who decides to set up a tobacconist and amasses a small fortune.Mr. Knowall tells of a man who has the infuriating habit of talking to everyone and pretending to know about everything.Sanatorium depicts the communal life and loves of a group of patients, most of them terminally ill, in a sanatorium.Special Features:Image Gallery.Theatrical Trailer.</p>

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    • <p>Directed by renowned producer/director Herbert Wilcox at the height of his career, this British post-war film drama spans four generations to tell the never-changing story of the soldier husband who returns home expecting to find everything just as he left it. Starring screen icon Anna Neagle, Elizabeth of Ladymead is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Ladymead is the gracious Georgian mansion in which Elizabeth lives while her husband is fighting abroad. Here, we encounter four incarnations of the central character, all portrayed with typical accomplishment by Neagle, as she anxiously awaits her husband's return: 'Beth' of the Crimean War, 'Elizabeth' of the Boer War, 'Betty' of World War I, and 'Liz' of World War II. Her husband in each period returns expecting to find his wife, and everything else, exactly as he had left them. But the 'Elizabeth' he left behind has been changed irrevocably by her experiences… SPECIAL FEATURES [] Image Gallery [] Original Promotional Material PDFs</p>

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    • <p>He may have been trained to survive in a hostile wilderness but nothing prepared Constable Benton Fraser of the RMCP (Paul Gross) to become a resident of Chicago. And nothing could have prepared the population of Chicago for him, Diefenbaker - his dead, lip-reading wolf - and their unique way of cleaning up crime in the Windy City! His unofficial partnership with detective Ray Vecchio (David Marciano and Callum Keith Rennie) continues throughout this complete box set of all three original series, which also features guest star Leslie Nielsen (Naked Gun) as flatulent Mountie Buck Frobisher.Created by the award-winning Raul Haggis (Crash, Million Dollar Baby), this critically acclaimed series contains a number of outstanding special features, including a brand new documentary on the making of the series, some archive interviews with Paul Gross, behind the scenes footage and original promotional trailers for all three series.Episode list:Series One, Disc One:- Pilot.- Free Willie.- Diefenbaker's Day Off.Series One, Disc Two:- Manhunt.- They Eat Horses, Don't They?- Pizzas and Promises.- Chinatown.Series One, Disc Three:- Chicago Holiday - Part One.- Chicago Holiday - Part Two.- A Cop, a Mountie and a Baby.- The Gift of the Wheelman.Series One, Disc Four:- You Must Remember This.- Hawk and a Handsaw.- An Eye for an Eye.- The Man Who Knew Too Little.Series One, Disc Five:- The Wild Bunch.- The Blue Line.- The Deal.- An Invitation to Romance.Series One, Disc Six:- Heaven and Earth.- Victoria's Secret - Part One.- Victoria's Secret - Part Two.- Letting Go.Series Two, Disc One:- North.- Vault.- Witness.- Bird in the Hand.Series Two, Disc Two:- The Promise.- Mask.- Juliet is Bleeding.- One Good Man (aka. Thank You Kindly, Mr. Capra).Series Two, Disc Three:- The Edge.- We Are the Eggmen.- Starman.- Some Like It Red.Series Two, Disc Four:- White Men Can't Jump to Conclusions.- All the Queen's Horses.- Body Language.- The Duel.Series Two, Disc Five:- Red, White or Blue.- Flashback.Series Three, Disc One:- Burning Down The House.- Eclipse.- Could'a Been A Defendant.- Strange Bedfellows.Series Three, Disc Two:- Mountie and Soul.- Bounty Hunter.- Seeing Is Believing.- Spy vs Spy.Series Three, Disc Three:- Dead Buy Running.- Perfect Strangers.- Asylum.Series Three, Disc Four:- Mountie On The Bounty - Part One.- Mountie On The Bounty - Part Two.- Dr. Longball.- Easy Money.Series Three, Disc Five:- A Likely Story.- Odds.- The Ladies Man.- Mojo Rising.Series Three, Disc Six:- Mountie Sings the Blues.- Good for the Soul.- Dead Men Don't Throw Rice.- Say Amen.Series Three, Disc Seven:- Hunting Season.- Call of the Wild - Part One.- Call of the Wild - Part Two.</p>

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    • <p>Orphaned at 19, the glamorous identical twins Maria and Frieda (Mary and Madeleine Collinson) move from Vienna to the village of Karnstein to live with their kind, submissive aunt (Kathleen Byron - Black Narcissus) and grim uncle Gustav Weil (Peter Cushing - Dracula, Frankenstein). Gustav is a fanatical Puritan and leader of The Brotherhood, a religious sect feared for their witch hunts and burnings. Gustav is determined to kill his nemesis, Count Karnstein (Damien Thomas), a devil-worshipping libertine who has been turned into a vampire by his ravishingly beautiful undead ancestor. One day, while out walking with her sister, Freida is lured into the Count's coach and whisked off to Karnstein Castle...Special Features:Commemorative Booklet.Deleted Scenes.Image Gallery.Script PDF.Theatrical Trailer.</p>

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    • <p>Sitcom legend Mollie Sugden (Are You Being Served?) stars as Ida Willis, a fear-inspiring housekeeper who finds herself in a rather unusual situation when she goes to work for doctor Robert Price and his model wife, Angie: having moved into the couple's London flat, she gradually realises that Robert is, in fact, the son she gave up for adoption as a baby. Once she's got over the shock, Ida starts to make her maternal presence felt, and Robert's adoptive mother finds that she suddenly has some very unwelcome competition...</p>

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    • <p>Based on the novels by Robert Louis Stevenson and directed by Oscar-winning Delbert Mann, this epic, star-studded adventure sees Michael Caine in the role of a Jacobite rebel who befriends an orphan fleeing a life of slavery. A strong drama with a moving score from Roy Budd (and end theme sung by folk legend Mary Hopkin), Kidnapped co-stars Jack Hawkins, Donald Pleasence, Trevor Howard and Gordon Jackson, and is featured here in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. 1746: as defeated Jacobite rebels flee Government forces in the aftermath of the battle at Culloden, eighteen-year-old orphan David Balfour's attempt to claim his inheritance results in his incarceration on a slaver ship heading for the West Indies. Luckily for David the ship's captain runs afoul of Alan Breck, and both Breck and David make their bloody escape. SPECIAL FEATURES: Original theatrical trailer Production featurette Archive Michael Caine interviews Image gallery Promotional material PDF</p>

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    • <p>Starring Flora Robson and Leslie Banks – and featuring an early performance from Robert Newton – Farewell Again joins a regiment of the 23rd Royal Lancers on the happy occasion of a long-awaited reunion with loved ones back in Southampton – and charts the consequences of an unexpected order which sees them forced to return to duty in the Near East just hours later.By turns humorous, poignant and dramatic, this exceptionally popular film was made with the assistance of the War Office and proved a box-office hit on its original 1937 release. Re-released twice more during wartime, it is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.SPECIAL FEATURES:Image galleryPromotional materials PDFs</p>

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    • <p>A stellar cast assembles for this sparkling comedy feature from 1970. Revisiting Mario Zampi's 1951 classic Laughter in Paradise and directed by veteran producer Duncan Wood – best known for his work with Tony Hancock during the late '50s and early '60s – Some Will, Some Won't is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. In his will, arch-prankster Henry Russell charges his four beneficiaries to justify their legacies of £150,000 each; the conditions he sets are calculated to make them step completely out of character, and prove themselves as human beings. When the four report back to the executor, they have all changed for the better. But Henry still has a surprise in store for them... SPECIAL FEATURES [] Full-frame, as-filmed version [] Original theatrical trailer [] Image gallery [] Promotional material PDFs</p>

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    • <p>Diana Dors stars as glamorous matriarch Queenie Shepherd, who rules the roost in Margaret Rose House in the Buckingham Flats development in Yorkshire, sharing her home with her three wayward princelings Raymond, Douglas and Bunny and brother-in-law Jack. While Queenie’s husband is mysteriously absent, her beloved boys are involved in all manner of dodgy activities and no Shepherd is a stranger to the local magistrates’ court; in fact, there are quite a few residents - neighbour Mrs. Petty for one - who would be heartily relieved to see the back of them... although the landlord of The Builders’ Arms would probably be forced to seek an alternative income!</p>

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    • <p>Based on the enormously popular television and radio sitcom Whack-O!, this 1960 comedy feature stars Jimmy Edwards in the classic role of devious, cane-brandishing headmaster. A later addition to the impressive series of comedies by Two Cities Films co-founder Mario Zampi, Bottoms Up! was co-scripted by Michael Pertwee and Whack-O! writers Frank Muir and Denis Norden; Edwards co-stars include Melvyn Hayes and, in an early film role, Richard Briers. The film is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements. Chiselbury School, according to the prospectus, is an academy for the sons of gentlefolk . Regardless of what the prospectus says, however, the boys are very far from being gentlemen; they are an undisciplined rabble. It is, in fact, a school like no other anywhere. But Chiselbury s head, Professor Jim Edwards, is about to put into action a novel scheme to raise the school s profile... SPECIAL FEATURES: [] Original Theatrical Trailer [] Image Gallery [] Original Pressbook PDFs</p>

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    • <p>Accomplished actress Amanda Redman stars with Peter Davison, Lynda Bellingham and Sylvia Syms in the highly popular and critically acclaimed series following the fortunes of a lottery-winning but hilariously dysfunctional family. Originally transmitted between 2000 and 2003, At Home with the Braithwaites received a number of award nominations, including ones at BAFTA, the British Comedy Awards and the International Emmys, and won the TV Quick Award in 2000 for the Best New Drama. This complete set brings all four series together for the very first time.Special Features:None Listed</p>

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    • <p>Outstanding comedian and musician Dudley Moore regales his spellbound audience in typical fashion with this hilarious edition of the long-running An Audience With series.Backed by a full orchestra - and interrupted by both Peter Cook and the Dagenham Girl Pipers - Dudley entertains his audience of celebrities (including Stanley Baxter, Martin Shaw, Clive James, Lulu and Rolf Harris) and duets with singer-songwriter Christopher Cross on the award-winning Arthur's Theme .Unseen for many years, this classic edition of An Audience With is available on DVD for the first time alongside a special edition of The South Bank Show. In this show, Dudley talks candidly about his life and work alongside contributions from Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, Blake Edwards and other friends and family., Outstanding comedian and musician Dudley Moore regales his spellbound audience in typical fashion with this hilarious edition of the long-running An Audience With series.Backed by a full orchestra - and interrupted by both Peter Cook and the Dagenham Girl Pipers - Dudley entertains his audience of celebrities (including Stanley Baxter, Martin Shaw, Clive James, Lulu and Rolf Harris) and duets with singer-songwriter Christopher Cross on the award-winning Arthur's Theme .Unseen for many years, this classic edition of An Audience With is available on DVD for the first time alongside a special edition of The South Bank Show. In this show, Dudley talks candidly about his life and work alongside contributions from Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, Blake Edwards and other friends and family.Special Features:None Listed.</p>

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    • <p>Can I do you now, sir? Comedian Tommy Handley reprises his best-loved role in this celluloid spin-off from the phenomenally popular BBC radio show ITMA – a light-entertainment staple that ran for a decade from 1939 and contributed significantly towards morale by bringing much-needed comic relief to a war-weary British public. Making stars of Jack Train, Dorothy Summers and Sydney Keith, It's That Man Again is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Tommy, mayor of the small town of Foaming-at-the-Mouth, is trying to balance the civic accounts – but constant interruptions by his incompetent assistant Sam Scram and nosey charlady Mrs Mopp are severely hampering the job! His troubles escalate, however, when he's forced to admit that he's invested all the municipal funds in a crumbling London theatre... SPECIAL FEATURES: Image Gallery Merchandise gallery</p>

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    • <p>A host of British comedy luminaries - including veteran farceur Sir Brian Rix and, in his last film role, actor and stand-up comedian Ronald Shiner - star in this good-natured comic caper charting the misadventures of a hapless bunch of Brighton-based petty crooks dogged by disaster at every turn. The Night We Got the Bird is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. It's a set-up of craft and graft. 'Chippendale Charlie' forges the antiques; Cecil Gibson flogs 'em. There's only one flaw in the fiddle: they've no-one to shoulder the blame if things go wrong. No-one, that is, until gormless Bertie, the perfect idiot, joins the firm... SPECIAL FEATURES: [] Image Gallery [] Original Pressbook PDF</p>

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    • <p>What are big, green, masked and shell-clad? The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, of course, the larger-than-life heroes in this awesome 2-film live action special edition. Fasten your seatbelts and get ready for a fun-filled ride packed with wild adventure and hilarious comedy as Donatello, Michaelangelo, Raphael and Leonardo take care of the bad guys and save the day.</p>

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    • <p>“That ain’t no kindergarten. That’s a jungle. The swamps of Borneo with their lurking crocodiles and head-hunters have got nothing on that lot...”</p>

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    • <p>From playful romantic comedies to variety extravaganzas, the British musical films of the 1930s offered audiences a source of much-needed escapism throughout the decade haunted by the Great Depression and the growing menace of war. Often adapting much-loved hits of the music hall as well as serving as vehicles for the era's composers, performers and band leaders, they showcased home-grown talent alongside some of Hollywood's most bankable stars. This ongoing, multi-volume collection makes available a wealth of rare gems from the very earliest days of the British talkies, many of which have remained unseen since their original release; each film is presented uncut, in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. OVER SHE GOES (1937) Plot and counter-plot jostle each other in this romantic comedy about a music-hall star who finds himself much in demand when he inherits a title! Black and White / 73 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English HARMONY HEAVEN (1930) The tale of a young songwriter, the actress who helps him find success, and the vamp who sets her sights on him. Black and White / 57 mins / 1.19:1 / Mono / English MUSIC HATH CHARMS (1935) This cheerful maze of melody, song, comedy and drama showcases the talents of Henry Hall and His Dance Band. Black and White / 66 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English THE SONG YOU GAVE ME (1933) Set in Vienna, this lively musical comedy stars Bebe Daniels as an actress who falls in love with her secretary, but has difficulty in persuading him to propose to her. Black and White / 78 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English</p>

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    • <p>Created by Alfred Shaughnessy, The Cedar Tree is a study of one fictional aristocratic family, the Bournes of Larkfield Manor, focusing particularly on daughters Elizabeth (21), Anne (18), and Victoria (16). Dependent on their parents for income and bound by the remnants of the previous century’s code of social behaviour, they represent a small backwater of Thirties life. The girls’ great hope is to find a suitable husband, and their expectations are high; but who is to know that what awaits all women at the end of the ‘devil’s decade’ is war?A huge success for ITV in the 1970s, The Cedar Tree picked up the reins for classy period drama from Upstairs Downstairs and is the precursor to today’s highly popular costume dramas such as Cranford and Downton Abbey.</p>

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    • <p>Bernard Manning comperes and fellow stand-up veteran Colin Crompton is ‘Mr. Chairman’ at The Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club – the friendliest working men’s club in the North! Cut from the same cloth as The Comedians, this Seventies ratings hit captures the quickfire comedy, musical variety and convivial atmosphere of a typical Clubland concert night, showcasing rising stars, contemporary acts, local talent and world-renowned performers. Entertaining a typically appreciative audience in this final series (billed as At the Wheeltappers in TV Times) are Paul Daniels, Cannon and Ball, George Melly, The New Vaudeville Band and The Dubliners, with Lancastrian folk-pop from Fivepenny Piece, comedian/singer-songwriter Bob Williamson, and the Rochdale Cowboy himself, Mike Harding. SPECIAL FEATURES: Though ten episodes were filmed for this series only eight were shown on television. The ninth - an edition with controversial hypnotist Martin St. James - is included here, as is the tenth - Terry Webster and Dictionary - which is presented here as an unedited recording block.</p>

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    • <p>This crime thriller for Anglo-Amalgamated was Gerry Anderson's directorial film debut, and the only feature-length production to be made by AP Films, co-founded by the legendary puppet pioneer in 1957. Released in 1960 between the making of Four Feather Falls and Supercar, Crossroads to Crime features the talents of several of Anderson's later Supermarionation collaborators, including George Murcell, David Graham, Anderson's future wife Sylvia and Barry Gray, whose iconic themes famously complemented the Supermarionation series of the 1960s. The film negative was physically edited in the 1960s to replace the original titles with ones for the Edgar Wallace Mystery series and it is from these film elements that this brand-new transfer has been made. The original titles are included as a separate special feature. PC Don Ross suspects that a gang of lorry hijackers, operating from a transport café, is behind a series of vehicle thefts. When his suspicions are dismissed by his superiors, Ross decides to conduct his own undercover investigation, and sets out to collect vital evidence that could convict the gang... SPECIAL FEATURES [] Original UK titles [] Theatrical trailer [] Crossroads To Crime Remembered: a brand-new retrospective featuring contributions from Gerry and Sylvia Anderson.</p>

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    • <p>Christopher Ellison reprises his role as Frank Burnside, one of The Bill's best-loved characters, in this grittier, post-watershed spin-off first aired in 2000. Having built his reputation on good detective work - combined with his unique approach of putting suspects' heads down the toilet and making their lives hell - Burnside is back on familiar form heading a crack unit in the National Crime Squad, Britain's equivalent of the FBI. In a series of hard-hitting investigations tackling big-league villains - old adversary Ronnie Buchan (Paul Nicholas) topping his list - rough diamond Burnside is joined by Dave Summers, a suave graduate who sometimes finds his boss's methods dubious, and the feisty Sam Phillips, a wild child with an instinctive flair for police work. His colleagues may be younger, fitter and trained in modern techniques, but both recognise that Burnside's way gets results...</p>

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    • <p>Bowler was a Fenn Street Gang spin-off which, although written after both Please Sir! and The Fenn Street Gang, chronicled the earlier adventures of former Fenn Street pupil Craven's shady boss, Stanley Bowler - the Del Boy of his generation. George Baker (The Ruth Rendell Mysteries) stars as the East End villain with social aspirations, while the series was once again penned by veteran sitcom writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey. Soap legends Wendy Richard and Johnny Briggs are among the guest stars appearing in this wryly humorous look at one man's attempts to breach the barriers of the English class system. Stanley Bowler has a finger in every profitable pie, and his money can buy everything but the thing he wants most: class. His unstoppable ambition to move in higher social circles sees him embarking on a series of ill-fated schemes - including opening his very own gentlemen's club, conspicuously embracing high culture, and even trying to set himself up as a laird. Sadly, while Bowler stumbles from one faux pas to another, the doors of society remain very firmly closed...</p>

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    • <p>Roy Marsden stars as Neil Burnside, Director of The Sandbaggers - a small, elite department of the British Secret Service, whose job is to take on the 'dirty tricks' and underhanded business that other Government departments won't touch. Led by the brash, conscientious Willie Caine (Ray Lonnen), their work is often dangerous, sometimes mundane, but always delicate and interwoven with the gritty realities of today's geopolitical strategies. But Burnside's power struggles with his superiors are just as bloody as anything his men face in the field. It is not for nothing that the New York Times recently called this series 'the best spy series in television history.' Special Features: ‘The Sandbaggers Files’ Documentary ‘The Sandbaggers Bible’ booklet ‘Crown Court - The Eleventh Commandment’ with Roy Marsden PDF Material</p>

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    • <p>In his first comedy series for ITV, Richard Briers stars as a beleaguered vicar who abandons the comforts of his affluent Oxfordshire parish for the more challenging climes of a run-down Midlands town. Co-starring Barbara Ferris, Irene Handl, Robert Dorning and Jan Ravens, among others, this hugely engaging sitcom was penned by noted screenwriter (and Me and My Girl creator) John Kane, and directed by multi-award winner John Howard Davies. Hoping for a fresh start and a renewed sense of purpose, the Rev. Philip Lambe has convinced his family to join him in the inaptly named town of Edendale, where he has taken up a new position. But ministering to his new urban flock brings many unforeseen problems: this second series sees the well-meaning but naïve clergyman coming into conflict with a local martial-arts club, finding a homeless couple on his doorstep, and coming face to face with a delusional, gun-toting stranger...</p>

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    • <p>The bustle and banter of London’s iconic Billingsgate fish market provided the backdrop for Reg Varney’s first sitcom following his phenomenal success in On the Buses. In the mid-Seventies, Billingsgate was Europe’s premier fish market: a muddle of boxes and barrows, merchants and white-smocked porters with their fish boxes perched precariously on their heads. East Ender Varney plays porter Reg Furnell, whose misadventures Down the ’Gate and beyond were charted over two series in the mid 1970s.Although twelve episodes were made the only copies now known to exist are six episodes from series two that Reg Varney himself recorded off-air in 1976. Though viewers will notice a drop in picture quality compared to our normal DVD releases from this period, they are the only copies in existence.Special Features: Image Gallery Script PDFs for all twelve episodes</p>

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    • <p>Comedy icon Harry H. Corbett stars opposite Diane Cilento in Charles Dyer's daring early-sixties drama of faltering romance between a shy northern football fan and a worldly London prostitute. Presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, Rattle of a Simple Man is both a touching romantic comedy and a finely observed study of human relationships directed by Oscar winner Muriel Box. Percy Winthram is a naive young man who still lives at home with his mum. In London for the Cup Final with his friends, he finds himself in a Soho strip club, where he meets blonde hostess Cyrenne. Accepting a bet from friend Ginger, he accompanies Cyrenne back to her flat, and a boast-worthy night of lust seems to be on the cards; however, drained of beer and bravado, Percy's innocence and vulnerability become all too evident… SPECIAL FEATURES [] Image Gallery [] Original Pressbook PDF [] Original Theatrical Trailer</p>

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    • <p>An off-beat, minimalist thriller from idiosyncratic director Maxwell Munden, The House in the Woods stars B-movie stalwarts Patricia Roc and Michael Gough as a trendy couple who get in over their head in their quest for a little peace and quiet. Though The House in the Woods is presented here in a brand-new transfer from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio, there are still some issues with the soundtrack. While they have been corrected as much as possible viewers will notice intermittent audio issues. Geoffrey Carter a highly strung author suffering from writer's block petulantly insists to his wife that they flee their annoying neighbours and move somewhere more peaceful. They find a delightfully remote woodland cottage which the owner a melancholic, widowed artist with a Larry Adler fixation is happy to rent them at a pittance. All too soon they realise that something is not quite right with their landlord and, much to Geoffrey's horror, he realises that the plot of his new murder mystery is being played out for real...</p>

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    • <p>A global byword for cinematic quality of a quintessentially British nature, Ealing Studios made more than 150 films over a three decade period. A cherished and significant part of British film history, only selected films from both the Ealing and Associated Talking Pictures strands have previously been made available on home video format - with some remaining unseen since their original theatrical release. The Ealing Rarities Collection redresses this imbalance - featuring new transfers from the best available elements, in their correct aspect ratio, this multi-volume collection showcases a range of scarce films from both Basil Dean's and Michael Balcon's tenure as studio head, making them available once more to the general public. IT HAPPENED IN PARIS (1935) Whilst looking for artistic inspiration in Paris, a millionaire's son falls for a beautiful girl. Romantic complications arise when he feigns poverty in order to win her love. Black and White / 66 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English AUTUMN CROCUS (1934) In his final film role, Ivor Novello plays the married owner of a Tyrolean inn; Fay Compton is the holidaying schoolteacher who falls hopelessly in love with him. Black and White / 80 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English THE DICTATOR (1935) A drama depicting the stormy marriage of King Christian VII and his English consort, Caroline Matilda, and the Queen's tragic affair with the royal physician, Struensee. Black and White / 82 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English SECRET LIVES (1937) A powerful World War I drama tracing the life of a German-born woman who is trained by the French as a spy, but pays a heavy price for her apparent freedom. Black and White / 78 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English</p>

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    • <p>'The criminals and us - we're all in the same business. The difference is, our clients pay us to keep one jump ahead of the criminal mind. Diagnosis? Call the police. Prognosis? Call Welbeck 3269.' Meet The Protectors: Ian Souter, Robert Shoesmith and their Girl Friday, Heather Keys. Their motto: 'We Sell Security'. Their object: to prevent crime. Operating from a smart Marylebone office, they form a high-powered private investigation team dedicated to fighting crooks and forestalling crimes of all kinds in the twilight borderland between the underworld and the policeman's beat. This classic ABC adventure series stars former RSC player Andrew Faulds as the fiercely moral Souter, a Black Watch officer turned private detective; Michael Atkinson is fellow troubleshooter Shoesmith, an ex-policeman with an unnervingly acute understanding of the mind and methods of the criminal; and Ann Morrish is secretary and confidante Heather, a former auctioneers' assistant with a sharp eye for art fakes and forgeries. Originally screened in 1964 - predating its ITC namesake by eight years - the complete series is made available here for the first time in any format.</p>

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    • <p>The screen vibrates with bounderism and caddishness when comedy icons Terry-Thomas and Leslie Phillips star as rivals in this sunny, mid-'70s sex comedy set on the Mediterranean island of Minorca. Spanish Fly is featured here in a brand-new transfer from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Despite the scenery and sunshine, expat Sir Percy de Courcy feels dejected. In a cunning wheeze to make some much-needed money, he's bought 100,000 gallons of local wine, hoping to sell it at a vast profit. Unfortunately, even Sir Percy has to admit the wine tastes foul, and when he asks his chauffeur to 'improve' the taste, a certain local ingredient finds its way into the bottles, turning it into a potent aphrodisiac! Add Sir Percy's old school-friend Mike - arriving on the island to supervise a series of glamorous lingerie photo-shoots - and it seems Sir Percy is about to experience a sudden reversal of fortunes! SPECIAL FEATURES: [] Full-frame 4:3, as-filmed version of main feature [] 56 minute music suite of Ron Goodwin's original score [] Original theatrical trailer [] Image gallery</p>

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    • <p>With the children grown up, Caroline Fairchild has resumed her former career, assuming the role of Editorial Director for her old company, Oasis Publishing – against the wishes of husband Donald, who also works in the industry.</p>

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    • <p>Few actors could be better suited than David Tomlinson for the role of a doltish viscount unintentionally entangled in politics, and this brisk 1949 satire was a huge success both for the accomplished character player and his similarly gifted co-stars, Cecil Parker and eighty-year-old film veteran A.E. Matthews. The Chiltern Hundreds is directed by John Paddy Carstairs - whose later career encompassed a string of box-office hits with the likes of Frankie Howerd, Norman Wisdom and Tommy Steele - and is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements. Young Viscount Tony Pym wangles National Service leave on the pretext of standing as a Tory candidate for a local seat held by his family for generations. The request is a ruse to enable Pym to marry his wealthy American fiancée while she's still in England, but his masterplan backfires when he finds himself swept into an election campaign and beaten by Labour's Mr Cleghorn - who is then made a peer. In an attempt to save face, Pym decides to stand again - as a socialist. It all proves too much for the Pyms' loyal, true-blue butler, Mr Beecham... Special Features: Image Gallery</p>

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    • <p>This Thames sitcom from the creators of The Good Life and Ever Decreasing Circles chronicles the adventures of a widower who runs a riverside boatyard with his two grown-up sons - and the ructions that ensue when he decides to remarry. Running for two series, Don't Rock the Boat stars Nigel Davenport as handsome, young-at-heart Jack Hoxton, and Sheila White as Dixie - the glamorous girl who puts the zing back into his life! Until the marriage of Jack and Dixie, Jack and his sons Les and Billy had run a perfectly well-ordered, resoundingly all-male establishment. But the arrival of Dixie, a former conjurer's assistant and chorus girl, has changed all that. And that fact that the boys now have a stepmother who's barely older than they are can only further complicate the situation...</p>

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    • <p>Giving a performance which is both chilling and intensely sympathetic, Kirk Douglas stars as a disturbed man whose attempt to recover a sense of self-worth takes him to the limits of despair and revenge. This critically acclaimed thriller of 1974 also stars Breathless icon Jean Seberg, John Vernon and Sam Wanamaker, and is tautly directed by the multi-award-winning Daniel Petrie. Cat and Mouse is presented here in a brand new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. George Anderson, a downtrodden, shabby biology teacher, is delivered a final humiliating blow from his recently divorced wife, Laura (Seberg): she is about to marry a wealthy architect, and also reveals to George that he is not the father of her son. George, distraught, walks away from his old life. Carrying his box of biology instruments, he calls the police to make a terrifying statement: 'Tonight... before midnight... I'm going to kill somebody'. Special Features: Full-frame version Original Theatrical Trailer Image Gallery Original Promotional PDF</p>

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    • <p>Gerald Harper (Adam Adamant Lives!) stars as James Hadleigh, proprietor of the Westdale Gazette, a Yorkshire newspaper owned by his father. Created by Robert Barr and originally screened in 1968, Gazette introduced the charming, privileged but conscientious protagonist whose continuing mixed fortunes would be chronicled in Hadleigh, Yorkshire Television’s immensely popular and long-running series aired between 1969 and 1976 – also available on DVD from Network.</p>

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    • <p>Devised and written by screenwriter Richard Carpenter - multi-award-winning creator of classic children's series Catweazle and Robin of Sherwood - this whimsical and heartwarming BAFTA-nominated family series is available here in its original episodic format for the first time. While exploring a cavern on a pot-holing trip in the Peak District, American exchange student Stanley Katz is separated from the rest of his group. After a sudden rockfall his companions fear he is trapped; the emergency services are called out and Rosie, a local junior reporter, is sent to cover the story of the missing pot-holer. However, Rosie's story is about to become far more interesting: the rock fall has revealed a mysterious egg, and as Stanley re-appears unharmed it begins to wobble...</p>

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    • <p>Co-written by and starring Peter Tilbury, the BAFTA-nominated creator of Shelley, It Takes a Worried Man hilariously charts the burgeoning mid-life crisis of Philip Roath – a divorced thirtysomething insurance salesman whose confidence is diminishing as rapidly as his hair and teeth.</p>

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    • <p>Richard Todd, Ronald Reagan and Patricia Neal star in this sensitive adaptation of John Patrick's play focusing on a proud Scottish soldier who has little time to live, and the friendships he eventually makes among those around him. A huge success in 1949, The Hasty Heart received two Golden Globes, as well as an Oscar nomination for Todd for his performance as the surly, mistrustful Corporal MacLachlan. This classic film is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements. Burma, 1945: a group of Allied soldiers languishes in a military hospital, each man longing for the day he may return home. Easy-going 'Yank' shares a ward with Londoner 'Tommy', New Zealander 'Kiwi', Australian 'Digger', and 'Blossom', a Basuto African who speaks no English; all are in the care of the sympathetic Sister Margaret Parker. When told they will be joined by a young Scot who – unbeknown to him – has but weeks to live, they react with a mixture of compassion and trepidation. But little could have prepared them for the gruff recalcitrance and downright hostility of Cpl. Lachlan 'Lachie' MacLachlan... Special Features: Original Theatrical Trailer Extensive Image Galleries</p>

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    • <p>Pairing Margaret Leighton and Ralph Richardson, two of Britain's most accomplished film and stage actors, The Passionate Stranger is a gentle satire on the conventions of the romantic novel and the perils of confusing reality with fiction. Directed in inventive fashion by Oscar winner Muriel Box, (sharing writing credits with husband Sydney Box), this hugely engaging comedy is made available here in a brand-new transfer from the original elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Judith Wynter is a happily married novelist whose romantic works are eagerly devoured by scores of female readers. When Carlo, a handsome young Italian chauffeur, arrives to work for Judith and her husband, a professor currently recovering from an attack of paralysis, he causes quite a flutter; when he then reads the manuscript of Judith's latest novel, he jumps to a rather unfortunate conclusion... and life in the Wynter household becomes very complicated indeed! Special Features: Image Gallery</p>

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    • <p>Dambusters legend Richard Todd turned his talents to comedy to play a philandering travel agent with too many girlfriends for his own safety in this delightful romantic romp of 1961. Executive-produced by Todd and co-written by Oscar winner Frederic Raphael, Don't Bother to Knock also features Golden Globe winner and Playboy sensation Elke Sommer, June Thorburn, John Le Mesurier and Nicole Maurey among a high-calibre international cast. The film is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Bill Ferguson's troubles begin when he mislays the key to his flat, and a friend helpfully presents him with several more with his name and address attached. Sentimentally, he gives one to each of the glamorous girls he meets on a continental holiday - all of whom turn up at his flat, just as he is about to marry his British fiancée! Special Features: Original Theatrical Trailer Image Gallery Original Promotional PDF</p>

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    • <p>A global byword for cinematic quality of a quintessentially British nature, Ealing Studios made more than 150 films over a three decade period. A cherished and significant part of British film history, only selected films from both the Ealing and Associated Talking Pictures strands have previously been made available on home video format - with some remaining unseen since their original theatrical release. The Ealing Rarities Collection redresses this imbalance - featuring new transfers from the best available elements, in their correct aspect ratio, this multi-volume collection showcases a range of scarce films from both Basil Dean's and Michael Balcon's tenure as studio head, making them available once more to the general public. RETURN TO YESTERDAY (1940) Seaside rep players Peter and Carol are in despair over the chaotic state of rehearsals for Peter's first play. Then, a local actor turned Hollywood star arrives in the town... Black and White / 65 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English LORNA DOONE (1935) Margaret Lockwood makes her screen debut in this adaptation of R. D. Blackmore's classic tale of two feuding West Country families during the seventeenth century. Black and White / 82 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English LEASE OF LIFE (1954) The wife of a Yorkshire vicar sees a chance for her husband to increase his status and income. But there are more pressing concerns for the gentle, world-weary vicar... Colour/ 91 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English CALLING THE TUNE (1936) The story of the love between the daughter of a record manufacturer and the son of the man he had cheated, set during the early days of the gramophone industry. Black and White / 68 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English</p>

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    • <p>This dynamic and tightly scripted drama centres on the search for the perpetrators of a multi-million-pound gold bullion robbery; Peter Vaughan stars as the C.I.D. officer doggedly tracking down all those who hold clues to the identity of the mastermind behind the raid. Vaughan’s strong performance is supported by some of the key dramatic actors of the late ‘60s, including Joss Ackland, Alfred Lynch, George Cole, Bernard Hepton, George Innes, Roy Dotrice and Peter Bowles.</p>

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    • <p>Brilliant inventor Robert Sommerby is head of a research establishment engaged in a very special secret project: the development of robots. Far from the crude, lumbering, steel-clawed automatons of sci-fi films, Robert’s robots are humanoid in appearance and ultra-sophisticated in design, with highly developed electronic brains, fast reflexes and smooth, natural movement. Naturally, there are personality clashes; Eric is Robert’s most advanced robot, who thinks humans are quite disgusting with their revolting habits like eating, while K.T. (aka Katie) is big, strong, and very stupid - he has a tendency to walk right through doors and is generally kept away from guests.</p>

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