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      Redcap - The Complete Series

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      <p>John Thaw takes the first starring role of his career in Redcap, playing Sergeant John Mann of the Royal Military Police’s Special Investigation Branch. Made in the mid 1960s at a time when the British Army was still highly active, Redcap’s stories cover investigations in Germany, Malaysia, Cyprus and Borneo and feature guest stars of the calibre of George Sewell, Peter Bowles, Edward Fox and Brian Cox. Not seen since its original transmission, this set contains the complete first series and the surviving ten episodes of the second series, featuring scripts from both Troy Kennedy Martin (The Sweeney, Z Cars) and Julian Bond (The Saint, Ruth Rendell Mysteries). Special Features: Strictly by the Book: The surviving twelve minutes of this missing episode, recovered from an engineer’s test reel of film. Redcap Annual PDF</p>

      £49.99£26.99

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      Ready When You Are, Mr McGill!

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      <p>It is a momentous day in the life of fi lm extra Joe McGill. He has fi nally been given one crucial line in a television fi lm. One line that could give him the big break he has been longing for, and lead to the fulfi lment of his life-long ambition to become a professional actor... if he can survive the on-set chaos!</p>

      £9.99£6.99

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      Childrens Ward - Complete Series 3

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      <p>One of the major success stories of ITV children's programming, this BAFTA Award-winning show ran for over a decade and detailed the trials and tribulations of staff and patients at a children's ward in a busy Manchester hospital. Co-written by award-winning writers Paul Abbott (Shameless) and Kay Mellor (The Chase), the series pulled no punches and was loved by adults and children alike for its realistic portrayal of mature themes in a sensitive manner. Among the new arrivals on South Park's children s ward are football hopeful Lee Jones, a dialysis patient who struggles to accept the fact that he will never play football again, and ex-visitor and Trivial Pursuits champion Cal, who is diagnosed with epilepsy. Keely gives birth to a baby girl, and a quip by Mags prompts the formation of the ward's very own team of ghost-busters...</p>

      £19.99£8.99

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      Mixed Blessings - Complete Series 3

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      <p>Created and written by Sid Green (Morecambe and Wise: Two of a Kind, The Strange World of Gurney Slade), Mixed Blessings stars Christopher Blake (That’s My Boy) and Muriel Odunton as a mixed-race couple struggling to placate their disapproving and constantly bickering families. This popular and – for its time – provocative series also stars much-loved sitcom stalwarts Carmen Munro (The Fosters), and Joan Sanderson (Please Sir!).</p>

      £19.99£8.99

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      The Arthur Haynes Show - Volume 1

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      <p>Reigning supreme for almost a decade as ITV’s biggest comedian, Arthur Haynes was one of the most influential and popular comics that television has ever seen. His shows remained firmly in the top ten until his untimely death in 1966 robbed the world of a comedy genius. Lack of repeats ensured that subsequent generations were denied Haynes’ comedic brilliance - until now.</p>

      £19.99£8.99

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      Look at Life - Volume Five: Cultural Heritage

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      <p>This regular series of short documentary films was produced in the 1960s by the Special Features Division of the Rank Organisation to screen in their Odeon and Gaumont cinemas - replacing the circuit’s Universal News, now rendered largely irrelevant with the advent of television news broadcasts. Marvellously concise and beautifully shot, these colour featurettes, numbering over 500 in total, presented cinemagoers with varied aspects of modern British life.</p>

      £39.99£19.99

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      SHILLINGBURY TALES, THE (DVD)

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      <p>The village of Shillingbury is a tranquil place, staunch in the established old-fashioned values of rural England. It is a picture postcard place of honeysuckle and home-made strawberry jam teas, fine thatched roofs, a timbered pub and contented folk. A place where God's in his heaven and all's right with the world.Disc One:The Shillingbury BlowersYoung successful musician Peter Higgins and his wife Sally decide to get away from the hustle of London and buy a cottage in Shillingbury. Pride of the village is the Brass Band, conducted by Old Saltie who doesn't take well-meaning advice in his stride.Original ITV transmission 6 January 1980The Shillingbury TinkerIf money is not the root of all for Shillingbury's tinker, Cuffy, then it's certainly a prophet of change and not necessarily for the better.Original ITV transmission 17 May 1981The Shillingbury MelonA prize melon and enforced retirement provide the unlikely catalyst which gives Pete and his father-in-law a common interest in gardening. Their approach, however, is vastly different.Original ITV transmission 24 May 1981Disc Two:The Shillingbury CloudburstWhen one tasty rumour follows another certain people in Shillingbury become convinced that the permissive society has finally reached the village - and they don't like it one bit!Original ITV transmission 31 May 1981The Shillingbury LegendEntente cordiale comes to Shillingbury when the village is twinned with a French village in the Dordoyne. For one Frenchman at least nostalgia has ceased to be a thing of the past.Original ITV transmission 7 June 1981The Shillingbury MiracleCurious midnight manifestations convince Jake that his farmhouse is bedevilled by ghosts. Can this be the Shillingbury miracle Reverend Norris had in mind when bemoaning dwindling congregations?Original ITV transmission 14 June 1981The Shillingbury DaydreamIn a crisis the good people of Shillingbury always rally to a cause. Unexpectedly it takes some of them to Buckingham Palace.Original ITV transmission 21 June 1981, The village of Shillingbury is a tranquil place, staunch in the established old-fashioned values of rural England. It is a picture postcard place of honeysuckle and home-made strawberry jam teas, fine thatched roofs, a timbered pub and contented folk. A place where God's in his heaven and all's right with the world.Disc One:The Shillingbury BlowersYoung successful musician Peter Higgins and his wife Sally decide to get away from the hustle of London and buy a cottage in Shillingbury. Pride of the village is the Brass Band, conducted by Old Saltie who doesn't take well-meaning advice in his stride.Original ITV transmission 6 January 1980The Shillingbury TinkerIf money is not the root of all for Shillingbury's tinker, Cuffy, then it's certainly a prophet of change and not necessarily for the better.Original ITV transmission 17 May 1981The Shillingbury MelonA prize melon and enforced retirement provide the unlikely catalyst which gives Pete and his father-in-law a common interest in gardening. Their approach, however, is vastly different.Original ITV transmission 24 May 1981Disc Two:The Shillingbury CloudburstWhen one tasty rumour follows another certain people in Shillingbury become convinced that the permissive society has finally reached the village - and they don't like it one bit!Original ITV transmission 31 May 1981The Shillingbury LegendEntente cordiale comes to Shillingbury when the village is twinned with a French village in the Dordoyne. For one Frenchman at least nostalgia has ceased to be a thing of the past.Original ITV transmission 7 June 1981The Shillingbury MiracleCurious midnight manifestations convince Jake that his farmhouse is bedevilled by ghosts. Can this be the Shillingbury miracle Reverend Norris had in mind when bemoaning dwindling congregations?Original ITV transmission 14 June 1981The Shillingbury DaydreamIn a crisis the good people of Shillingbury always rally to a cause. Unexpectedly it takes some of them to Buckingham Palace.Original ITV transmission 21 June 1981Special Features:Stills Gallery</p>

      £19.79£9.99

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      Love Thy Neighbour - The Complete Series

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      <p>You can choose your friends, but whether you live in a back-to-back, a suburban semi or a mansion, you can rarely choose your neighbours... Highly popular – and more than a little controversial – Love Thy Neighbour consistently appeared in the top three programmes of the week throughout the majority of its eight-series run; even its repeats reached the top of the charts! Its comic spin on racism, politics and general childish antagonism was loved by millions and the series remains a firm favourite to this day. This complete-series set comprises the unscreened pilot episode, all eight series – in their intended running order for the first time – the Christmas 1972 short sketch for All Star Comedy Carnival, the 1973 New Year Special and a brand-new transfer of the 1973 feature film from its original film elements in its as-exhibited aspect ratio. All episodes are presented complete and uncut and have been remastered from the best available materials.</p>

      £59.99£32.99

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      Look-Back on 70s Telly: Issue 3

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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>

      £14.99£11.99

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      Stay Lucky

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      <p>Dennis Waterman stars as Thomas Gynn, a London gangland refugee who heads north to escape old demons and attempt to carve out a new life in this popular and light-hearted drama series from Yorkshire Television.</p>

      £14.99£6.99

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      Sez Les - Volume 2

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      <p>Les Dawson’s self-deprecating and enduringly bleak humour, coupled with a world-weary delivery honed in the working men’s clubs of northern England, made him one of Britain’s best-loved comedians.</p>

      £24.99£12.99

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      One Eyed Jacks

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      <p>“You may be a one eyed jack around here, but I’ve seen the other side of your face.”Special Features:None Listed</p>

      £4.99£2.99

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      Cannon & Ball

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      <p>Having been given their major TV break on Bruce Forsyth’s Big Night in 1978, Oldham welders-turned Clubland stars Cannon and Ball went from strength to strength, and this ratings-winning LWT series, launched the following year, consolidated their success and made them household names.Showcasing their trademark stand-up routines with sketches, spectacular variety entertainment and a wealth of guest stars, the series ran for nine hugely successful years – with a series being recorded every year until 1988 – with several Easter and Christmas specials. This release contains all the shows screened in the first series, with special guests including Irene Handl, June Whitfield, Maureen Lipman, Liza Goddard and Michael Robbins. A major strike by ITV technicians halted transmission for several weeks during the summer of 1979, and this is reflected in the dates given for the shows, which are presented here in transmission order.</p>

      £12.99£7.99

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      Fresh Fields / French Fields - The Complete Series

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      <p>This International Emmy Award-winning comedy stars Anton Rodgers (May to September) and Julia McKenzie (Cranford) as William and Hester Field, a happily married middle-class couple whose children have flown the nest. Setting out to prove you re as young as you feel, Hester is determined to do all those things she never got around to when the kids were at home leaving William trailing in the wake of his wife s seemingly boundless enthusiasm. Fresh Fields gentle humour garnered high ratings throughout its four-year run, with McKenzie earning a BAFTA nomination for Best Light Entertainment Performance. Its sequel, French Fields, saw the couple following their children s example and setting up home across the Channel; three series chart a whole new chapter of misadventure as the Fields try to breach the language barrier and adapt to the strange customs of their adopted home. This set presents both complete series, brought together for the first time on DVD.</p>

      £49.99£22.99

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      My Uncle Silas - The Complete Series

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      <p>Albert Finney stars as the eponymous loveable rogue in these nostalgic tales set in the rural heart of England at the turn of the last century.</p>

      £19.99£11.99

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      The Passionate Stranger

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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>

      £9.99£7.99

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      Bill Brand - The Complete Series

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      <p>Set in the mid-1970s and reflecting the complexities of that turbulent decade, Bill Brand stars Jack Shepherd (Wycliffe) as a newly elected left-of-centre Labour MP who struggles to reconcile socialist principles with the realpolitik of Westminster. This groundbreaking and unashamedly intelligent drama series is penned by Oscar-nominated dramatist Trevor Griffiths (Fatherland, Reds), and earned a BAFTA nomination for Jack Shepherd.</p>

      £29.99£12.99

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      Edgar Wallace Presents: Crossroads to Crime

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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>

      £9.99£6.99

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      Children of the Stones - The Complete Series

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      <p>Children of the Stones was an undisputed landmark in children s television. Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray’s groundbreaking fantasy series, starring Iain Cuthbertson and Gareth Thomas and filmed largely in Avebury in Wiltshire, combined scientific fact and fiction with pagan mythology and rural folklore in its portrayal of a village held captive by the sinister power of its Neolithic stone circle. Intelligent, atmospheric and genuinely unnerving, with a haunting sense of place, the series often cited by those who grew up in the Seventies as the most frightening thing seen on television was the result of collaboration between writers Burnham and Ray, producer Patrick Dromgoole (whose previous credits had included classic HTV series Sky and Arthur of the Britons) and producer/director Peter Graham Scott; classical composer and conductor Sidney Sager scored the series chilling theme and incidental music. Unsurprisingly, Children of the Stones has gained a devoted cult following in the decades since its first transmission in 1977. Special features: [] an in-depth booklet by Tim Worthington on HTV s fantasy television programming [] a second disc showcasing HTV s cult shows with episodes of Sky, King of the Castle, The Clifton House Mystery and Into the Labyrinth.</p>

      £14.99£11.99

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      Dennis Potter - Vol. 1 And 2

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      <p>Dennis Potter has long been acknowledged as one of the most important writers of the twentieth century. No stranger to controversy, he refused to compromise his art for the sake of shifting standards of decency and public approval, and remains highly regarded by writers and critics alike. Though he had considerable successes with the series format (such as The Singing Detective and Casanova) it is generally accepted that his strongest work is the single play, of which he wrote many for both the BBC and ITV. In celebration of Potter’s television work, Network is proud to present this set containing six plays originally broadcast between 1968 and 1980.These rarely seen plays form a significant part of Potter’s body of work. Cream in my Coffee won the Prix Italia for Best Drama in 1980, and Peggy Ashcroft won the BAFTA for Best Actress. Blade on the Feather won a Best Actor BAFTA for Denholm Elliott, as well as one for Best Graphics. Accompanying the plays are two interviews that Potter did for Sir Melvyn Bragg’s South Bank Show in the late 1970s.Blade on the FeatherWhat is the agenda of a retired spy’s sinister visitor?Rain on the RoofA bored housewife gives reading lessons to an illiterate man.Cream in my CoffeeA couple return to the scene of promises made 46 years before.Shaggy DogA man is pushed to his limit at a job interview.Moonlight on the HighwayA young man seeks psychiatric help for his wickedness .Lay Down Your ArmsA War Office clerk finds an odd way to fit in at work.Special Features:None Listed.</p>

      £29.49£15.99

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      Heartbeat - Complete Series 2

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      <p>All ten episodes from the second series of the Yorkshire Television police drama series set in the fictional North Yorkshire village of Aidensfield in the 1960s. PC Nick Rowan (Nick Berry) and his doctor wife Kate (Niamh Cusack) still find there’s plenty to occupy their minds after leaving the bustle of London behind. In this series, armed robbers hold up the Aidensfield Arms, foot and mouth breaks out, and a local five-year-old boy goes missing. Episodes Include: Secrets End of the Line Manhunt Bitter Harvest Over the Hill Bang to Rights A Talent for Deception Baby Blues Wall of Silence Missing</p>

      £24.99£14.99

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      Comedians - Series 1-7 - Complete

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      <p>The quintessential quickfire stand-up comedy show, The Comedians is one of the great successes of ITV - lasting from 1971 until 1993 and making household names of many of its stars. With routines that were honed to perfection in the hard-knock territory of Northern working men's clubs, Bernard Manning, Frank Carson, Charlie Williams, Ken Goodwin, George Roper, Duggie Brown and Colin Crompton all became masters of the excruciatingly bad joke and the knowing wink.</p>

      £49.99£26.99

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      Cause Celebrate

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      <p>Feature-length ITV crime drama adapted from the play by Terence Rattigan, which in turn is based on a real 1930s murder case. Helen Mirren stars as Alma, the pretty and musically talented wife of elderly, impotent architect Francis Rattenbury (Harry Andrews). When her passionate affair with hired handyman George Bowman (David Morrissey) leads to Francis's murder, Alma and George find themselves in well over their heads as barrister TJ O'Connor (David Suchet) mounts a defence based on George's misinterpretation of his relationship with Alma.</p>

      £12.99£6.99

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      The Cedar Tree - Series 1: Volume 3

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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>

      £24.99£19.99

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      Poison Pen

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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>

      £9.99£8.99

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      Mrs. Thursday - The Complete First Series

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      <p>Kathleen Harrison, one of Britain’s best-loved character actresses, stars in this ratings-topping comedy-drama devised by Dixon of Dock Green creator Ted Willis. Featuring scripts by the celebrated dramatist Jack Rosenthal, this set contains the complete first series.</p>

      £39.99£14.99

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      Spanish Fly

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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>

      £9.99£7.99

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      Is it Legal?: Complete Series 3

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      <p>Penned by Simon Nye (Men Behaving Badly, Reggie Perrin) and starring Richard Lumsden (Life of Riley), Imelda Staunton (Cranford) and Jeremy Clyde (Jam and Jerusalem), this intelligent, searingly funny sitcom chronicles the misadventures of a team of deeply flawed characters manning the offices of a third-rate Hounslow law practice. Originally aired between 1995 and 1998, Is It Legal? won the 1995 British Comedy Award for Best Sitcom. This third series - featuring a guest turn from Alexander Armstrong (The Armstrong and Miller Show) - finds senior partner Stella taking the reins at Lotus Spackman &amp; Phelps, while hapless solicitor Colin inherits an office, the terminally lovesick Bob continues to yearn for Sarah, and secretary Alison threatens to resign. Office assistant Darren, meanwhile, wonders whether he should change his name...</p>

      £12.99£6.99

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      Two's Company - The Complete Series

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      <p>Dorothy McNab is a prickly American authoress who shares a Chelsea flat with her English butler Robert Hiller, a quintessential Gentleman’s Gentleman. It’s never long before the sparks fly, however, as New Money inevitably clashes with The Old School Tie...</p>

      £29.99£19.99

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      Youre Only Young Twice: Complete Series 4

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      <p>This highly popular Yorkshire Television sitcom stars much-loved TV battleaxe Peggy Mount on robust form as Flora Petty, the scourge of Paradise Lodge - a superior residence for retired gentlefolk. Pat Coombs co-stars as Flora’s dim-witted sidekick, Cissie, while veteran stage actress Lally Bowers (A Fine Romance) and sitcom legend Diana King are fellow residents Dolly and Mildred, always ready to lend their weight to Flora’s campaign of insubordination against proprietress Miss Milton and her staff.Woe betides anyone who tries to take on the fearless Flora: she’s old enough to know better... but wise enough not to care! Mining a richly comic terrain that would be revisited a decade later in Waiting for God, You’re Only Young Twice ran for four series between 1977 and 1981; this set contains the fourth and final series, originally screened in 1981, and the 1980 Christmas special.</p>

      £12.99£11.99

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      Heartbeat - Complete Series 5

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      <p>Set during the 1960s in the fictional North Yorkshire village of Aidensfield and initially starring former EastEnder Nick Berry as PC Nick Rowan, this enduringly popular series interweaves crime and medical storylines, with a host of colourful characters that viewers took to their hearts and a wonderfully nostalgic soundtrack. Running for two successful decades and becoming staple Sunday-night viewing, Heartbeat won several prestigious TV awards including Best Performing Peak-Time Drama in 1999 (beating Coronation Street), and a number of ITV Programme of the Year awards. The series attracted a peak audience of 14 million, spawned a highly successful spin-off, The Royal, and a Top Ten hit single, and has garnered a devoted following, remaining prime-time viewing world-wide. In this complete fifth series the love story between Nick and Kate ends in tragedy and a dark cloud of shock and grief gathers over Nick as he is forced to move into a new and traumatising chapter in his life.</p>

      £39.99£17.99

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      Crown Court - Volume Seven

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      <p>A television institution that lasted for over a decade, Crown Court was a much-loved courtroom drama which, although the cases were fictional, used ‘real’ jurors chosen from members of the public. Multiple endings were prepared for each story, dependent on whether the accused was found guilty or acquitted of the charges, giving each story a strength and energy which raised it far above that of normal courtroom dramas. This volume contains a further twelve stories, in production order, presenting compelling cases covering a wide spectrum of what would come before a courtroom – including murder, child abduction, libel and fraud. Originally transmitted in 1974, the dramas feature appearances by Dinah Sheridan, Richard Wilson, Robert Powell, Don Henderson, Kenneth Cope, Gwen Taylor and Graham Crowden, among many others. The Woman Least Likely... – Regina v Rutland A Case of Murder – Regina v Povey The Assault on Choga Sar – Wainwright v Bowman Duress – Regina v Mallard 30,000 Pieces of Silver – Porter v Porter Nuts – Regina v Holloway Confine to Solitary – Regina v Hogarth Big Annie – Robertson v Ash Falling Stars – Leigh v Glynn Son and Heir – Regina v Carvell Death in the Family – Regina v Durrant Minnie – Regina v Barlow</p>

      £29.99£14.99

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      Not Now Comrade

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      <p>Packed with mistaken identities, assumed names, confusion, double-takes and triple entendres, this uproarious British movie farce from 1977 features a stellar line-up that includes comedy veterans Leslie Phillips, Roy Kinnear, June Whitfield, Ian Lavender, Windsor Davies and Don Estelle. Presented uncut in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, Not Now, Comrade tells the story of Rudi, a Russian ballet star who defects to the West, and the chaos that befalls those who try to help him... not least London stripper Barbara, with whom he decides to take refuge! SPECIAL FEATURES: [] Original Theatrical Trailer [] Image Gallery [] Promtional Material PDF</p>

      £9.99£7.99

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      Cat and Mouse

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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>

      £9.99£7.99

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      Market in Honey Lane - The Complete Series

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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>

      £39.99£26.99

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      A Mind To Kill - Series 1

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      <p>Welsh Detective Chief Inspector Neil Bain leads a team of homicide investigators while trying to bring up a teenage daughter. Features all the episodes from the first series.</p>

      £24.49£11.99

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      Edgar Wallace Presents: The Gaunt Stranger

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      <p>An atmospheric adaptation of The Ringer - the play that earned global fame for English master of suspense Edgar Wallace and remains his best-known story - this classic whodunit combines taut direction and inspired characterisation, with Patrick Barr starring as a beleaguered Scotland Yard investigator, John Longdon his hawkish superior and, in an early film role as a particularly haughty secretary, Patricia Roc. Also notable as the first film produced at Ealing by Michael Balcon, The Gaunt Stranger is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Detective Inspector Alan Wembury teams up with Lomond, a police doctor, to try to find 'The Ringer' - a mysterious, revenge-driven serial killer and master of disguise. When a lawyer receives a bouquet with a note informing him that he'll be dead in forty-eight hours, Wembury and his men embark on a frantic quest to uncover the killer's identity... SPECIAL FEATURES: [] Image gallery [] Set design image gallery</p>

      £9.99£5.99

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      Larry Grayson At ITV

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      <p>Larry Grayson’s high-camp, exceptionally English sense of humour made him one of the stars of Light Entertainment. Loved by the public, he achieved TV fame in the early 1970s, when he himself was in his fifties. Basing his act on the same one he had used to great popularity in working men’s clubs and on the revue circuit, he would spin tales of his singular friends, Everard, Slack Alice and Apricot Lil - his razor-sharp observational comedy tinged with a saucy sense of wickedness.</p>

      £24.99£14.99

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      Funny Man - The Complete Series

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      <p>Featuring a regular cast that includes Jimmy Jewel, David Schofield, Sharon Duce, Jean Boht, Pamela Stephenson and Lynda Bellingham, Funny Man charts the mixed fortunes of an extended family of music-hall entertainers in search of their big break and was based on the experience of Jewel’s father’s company of players in the 1920s and ‘30s.</p>

      £39.99£26.99

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      Six Days of Justice - Complete Series 2

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      <p>For many, an appearance in the magistrates’ court is the first encounter with the Law. Bemused, perhaps frightened and often arrogant, their offence may range from a simple motoring case to murder. But whatever the degree of involvement, the experience is one that will remain indelibly etched on the memory.</p>

      £19.99£8.99

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      Suddenly Last Winter

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      <p>In Feburary 2007, the shared private life of Gustav Hofer and Luca Ragazzi was turned upside down: the Italian government had presented a draft law that acknowledged the legal rights of unmarried and gay couples, prompting a wave of ferocious homophobia throughout Italy. The Vatican and the conservatives challenged the legalisation of civil unions, insisting that the end of morality and family would be the inevitable outcome. Partners for more than eight years, Gustav and Luca attempted to understand the different arguments for and against the law. Camera in hand, they undertook a journey into a country they did not know and did not expect to find: their own.</p>

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      The Ebony Tower

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      <p>Featuring a formidable central performance by Laurence Oliver, one of Britain’s most revered actors, this BAFTA-nominated television play was adapted by John Mortimer (Rumpole of the Bailey) from the novel by John Fowles; a distinguished supporting cast includes Greta Scacchi and Roger Rees. Henry Breasley (Olivier) is an elderly painter whose secluded retirement is invaded by David Williams (Rees), a brash young artist commissioned to produce a biographical study of the great man. Breasley shares his home in the South of France with two young English girls, both former art students, Diana and Anne. In this strange ménage, David is left in no doubt about his host's views on modern abstract art. However, he is puzzled by the old man's relationship with the girls, especially when he also finds himself strongly attracted to Diana...</p>

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      My Old Man

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      <p>Clive Dunn (Bootsie and Snudge, Dad's Army) is Sam Cobbett, the geriatric hero of this hilarious sitcom from Yorkshire Television. Based on a BBC pilot that originally starred Ronnie Barker, My Old Man takes a look at the generation gap - in particular, what happens when a crusty, opinionated old timer ends up living under the same roof as his daughter and son-in-law. Also starring Dunn's wife Priscilla Morgan (as daughter Doris), Edward Hardwicke and Keith Chegwin, My Old Man proved a ratings hit for Yorkshire Television between 1974 and 1975; this release presents the complete first series.Retired engine driver Sam Cobbett has been prised from his terraced house in Ironmonger Row by the crowbars of the demolition men. With Sam needing a new home, an obvious solution emerges in the shape of the spare room in his daughter's new high-rise fl at. Sam is, all things considered, a reasonable man. He fought in two world wars, and he's seen a lot of life. It's just that he has some rather strong ideas on how to live it, and they're not usually shared by his social-climbing son-in-law, Albert - whom Sam takes much delight in embarrassing at every opportunity...</p>

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      Don't Bother to Knock

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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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      Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans

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      <p>In New York’s Hudson Valley during the 1750s, woodsman, trapper and US cavalry scout Nat ‘Hawkeye’ Cutler (John Hart) and his Mohican friend, Chingachgook (Lon Chaney Jr.), are more than simply friends; they are blood brothers, whose bond of loyalty endures amid hard times, adventure and the cycles of hatred and violence that characterise the tough life of the northern frontier settlements. Wherever they can, Hawkeye and Chingachgook bravely endeavour to bring wrongdoers to justice and encourage harmony and understanding.</p>

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      Just William - The Complete Series

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      <p>Scruffy, crafty, but utterly likeable – that’s William, Richmal Crompton’s famous fictional schoolboy whose adventures have delighted generations. Made between 1977 and 1978, this definitive production of the stories, set in the 1920s, feature Adrian Dannatt as William, along with his gang, the Outlaws – Ginger, Henry and Douglas. Bane of parents everywhere, only one thing was guaranteed to turn him in his tracks: Violet Elizabeth Bott (Bonnie Langford), whose masterplan, should William not give in to her demands, was to “…thcweam and thcweam until I’m thick…”</p>

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      Look at Life: Volume 2

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      <p>Look at Life was a regular series of short documentary films produced in the 1960s by the Special Features Division of the Rank Organisation and screened in their Odeon and Gaumont cinemas - replacing the circuit’s newsreel, Universal News, which had become largely irrelevant with the advent of television news broadcasts. Marvellously concise and beautifully shot, these ‘slice of life’ colour featurettes – numbering over 500 episodes in total – presented cinemagoers with varied aspects of contemporary British life.</p>

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      And Mother Makes Five - Complete Series 4

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      <p>BAFTA winner Wendy Craig stars with Richard Coleman, Robin Davies and Oscar winner David Parfitt in this hit Thames sitcom – sequel to the highly popular And Mother Makes Three.</p>

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