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      The History of Warfare - Hoplite Warfare (1996)

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      <p>Documentary, part of the History of Warfare series, that examines the nature of infantry warfare in the Peloponnesian Wars between the Greek city states of Athens and Sparta in 450BC. The hoplites were the regular infantry of both sides, armed with the long thrusting spear and fighting in powerful phalanxes, but it was the Spartans who used them to greater effect, eventually defeating Athens and subjugating her utterly. Features dramatised reconstructions and expert comment and analysis. Narrated by Bob Sessions, with a special comment by Brian Blessed.</p>

      £2.99

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      Treasure Island: The Complete Series

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      <p>When Captain Billy Bones arrives at Daniel Hawkins' inn, the ailing Hawkins is glad of the money the old sailor provides. It transpires that Bones has in his possession the map to some hidden treasure in the Bahamas, which he entrusts to Daniel's young son, Jim. When Bones' former shipmates, led by Long John Silver, arrive and kill him for the map, Jim escapes. With the help of a local doctor and magistrate, he sets sail for the tropics to discover Treasure Island.</p>

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      Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 4

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      <p>Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 4</p>

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      Watch Out For the Bits - Derek 'Blaster' Bates

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      <p>Watch Out For the Bits - Derek 'Blaster' Bates</p>

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      1955 British Hit Parade - Part 1 (January - July)

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      <p>Acrobat's British Hit Parade series spotlights the hits from a specific year by the original artists. This volume samples 75 tracks that made the charts in 1955, including the original versions of Rock Around the Clock (Bill Haley &amp; the Comets), Count Your Blessings (Instead of Sheep) (Bing Crosby), and The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane (Dean Martin), in addition to tracks by Slim Whitman, Johnny Ray, and Frankie Laine.</p>

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      Beethoven Piano Concertos 4 & 5 'Emperor'

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      <p>Beethoven Piano Concertos 4 &amp; 5 'Emperor'</p>

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      Christmas With Perry Como

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      <p>Christmas With Perry Como</p>

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      100 Hits Legends - Perry Como

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      <p>100 Hits Legends - Perry Como</p>

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      Great Hit Movie & TV Themes 1957-1962: Various Artists

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      <p>Great Hit Movie &amp; TV Themes 1957-1962: Various Artists</p>

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      Happy Birthday Louis! - Live at the Newport Jazz Festival 1960

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      <p>Happy Birthday Louis! - Live at the Newport Jazz Festival 1960</p>

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      Barbara Dickson - Live at the Royal Albert Hall (CD & DVD)

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      <p>Interview • Caravans • I Think it’s Going to Rain Today • It’s Money That I Love • McCrimmon’s Lament • Pride • I Heard it Through the Grapevine • For All We Know • I Know Him So Well…25 tracks</p>

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      Simply Gregorian

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      <p>Simply Gregorian</p>

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      British Rock 'n' Roll - The Absolutely Essential 3 CD Collection

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      <p>British Rock 'n' Roll - The Absolutely Essential 3 CD Collection</p>

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      Various Artists: Blue Grass Hit Festival

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      <p>Various Artists: Blue Grass Hit Festival</p>

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      Jacques Brel 60 Plus Belles Chansons

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      <p>Jacques Brel 60 Plus Belles Chansons</p>

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      Titi Puente The King of Latin Music

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      <p>Titi Puente The King of Latin Music</p>

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      Hilde Gueden: Sings Mozart

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      <p>Hilde Gueden: Sings Mozart</p>

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      Rock History - Helen Dusty Susan Carol & More: Early Brit Girls Vol. 2

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      <p>Rock History - Helen Dusty Susan Carol &amp; More: Early Brit Girls Vol. 2</p>

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      The Best of Puccini

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      <p>The Best of Puccini</p>

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      Rick Wakemen - The Classical Connection

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      <p>Rick Wakeman, considered one of the greatest keyboard players of his time, performs a series of new interpretations of some of his best loved work, rearranged in classical virtuoso style. Supported by David Paton's bass, some of the titles included are Merlin the Magician, Sea Horses, After the Ball, Summertime and Eleanor Rigby.</p>

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      New Tricks: Series 11

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      <p>All seven episodes from the eleventh series of the BBC police drama. A motley crew of retired police officers are recruited by DCI Sasha Miller (Tamzin Outhwaite) and Danny Griffin (Nicholas Lyndhurst) to reopen troublesome cases that were never laid to rest. The episodes are: 'Bermondsey Boy', 'Tender Loving Care', 'Roman Ruined', 'In Vino Veritas', 'The English Defence', 'Breadcrumbs' and 'The Queen's Speech'.</p>

      £21.99

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      Red Dwarf X

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      <p>All six episodes from the tenth series of the BBC sci-fi comedy, following the interstellar exploits of Lister (Craig Charles), the last human in the universe, his hologram colleague Rimmer (Chris Barrie), android Kryten (Robert Llewellyn) and Cat (Danny John-Jules). In this series, Rimmer is torn when he receives an SOS distress call from a ship commanded by his all-conquering brother, Howard (Mark Dexter); Lister loses Rimmer in a game of poker to a group of biologically engineered life forms; and the crew become marooned in Britain in 23 AD, which leads to an encounter with a very important historical figure. The episodes are: 'Trojan', 'Fathers and Suns', 'Lemons', 'Entangled', 'Dear Dave' and 'The Beginning'.</p>

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      Wild Ride (Jack Nicholson)

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      <p>Jack Nicholson's second starring role. Johnny Varron (Nicholson) is a smart-mouthed, arrogant punk from a gang of hot-rodders, who rules his gang with an iron hand. However, his obsession with controlling the gang leads to kidnapping, a high-speed car chase and ends in tragedy.</p>

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      Time Team: Series 19

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      <p>All episodes from the 19th series of the Channel Four archaeology programme presented by Tony Robinson, exploring the history of Britain through digs and the artefacts uncovered. The episodes are: 'Gateholm Island, Pembrokeshire', 'Bitterley, Shropshire', 'Dunwich, Suffolk', 'Newmarket, Suffolk', 'Beadnell, Northumberland', 'Swansea, West Glamorgan', 'Earls Colne, Essex', 'Kenfig, South Wales', 'Caerleon, South Wales', 'Castle Hill, Crewkerne, Somerset', 'Clipstone, Nottinghamshire', 'Burials Compilation' and 'Greatest Discoveries Compilation'.</p>

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      Judi Dench Collection The

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      <p>A collection of classic, early performances from Oscar-winning actress Dame Judi Dench. 'Talking to a Stranger' (1966): A quartet of plays by John Hopkins that look at the same weekend through the eyes of four different people. 'Make and Break' (1987) is Michael Frayn's adaptation of his own play stars Robert Hardy and Dench. Hardy is the boss of a building components firm who is so devoured by his work that he is blind to his devoted secretary's adoration. But at a trade fair in Frankfurt, events take some unexpected turns. 'Absolute Hell' (1991) is a production of Rodney Ackland's once scandalous black comedy about the alcoholic, nymphomaniac owner of a Soho drinking club in bomb-blasted London in the weeks leading up to the 1945 election. In 'Can You Hear Me Thinking?' (1990) distinguished husband and wife, Michael Williams and Dench, play another married couple in this BAFTA winning tale of a family whose lives are shattered when their 16-year-old son develops schizophrenia. At first, he turns violent and has to be hospitalized. When he is released, the full implications of his illness strike home. 'The Cherry Orchard' (1981), Anton Chekhov's last play, is a comedy full of foreboding. Sensing that revolution was about to privileged and protected ways of life he wrote with sympathy for these people but also excitement for the future. 'Ghosts' (1987) is Ibsen's powerful drama exploring the suppression of disturbing truths and tragic effects of hypocrisy. Finally, 'Going Gently' (1981) is a play based on a group of terminally ill patients on a cancer ward.</p>

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      British Birds in Your Garden (2000)

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      <p>A guide to thirty different British birds - from the common Blue Tit to the Greater Spotted Woodpecker - giving hints on how they can be identified and how they can be attracted into the garden.</p>

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      The Rank 70th Anniversary Collection (8 Dvd)

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      <p>Box set containing eight classic movies. In 'The Red Shoes' (1948), ballet impressario Boris Lermontov (Anton Walbrook) hires up-and-coming ballerina Victoria Page (Moira Shearer) and talented young composer Julian Craster (Marius Goring) to work with him on a new ballet, an adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen story 'The Red Shoes'. The show is a great success and Victoria and Julian fall in love; but Boris is jealous and makes moves to spoil their happiness. 'The 39 Steps' (1935) is Alfred Hitchcock's most celebrated British thriller, adapted from John Buchan's novel. Richard Hannay (Robert Donat) becomes the victim of mistaken identity when a female corpse is dumped in his flat by a spy ring. He tries to track down the true murderers whilst being pursued by the police, and hooks up with an unwilling accomplice (Madeleine Carroll). Their adventure eventually leads them to a music hall, where the secret of the 39 steps is revealed. In 'Brief Encounter' (1945), a respectable, happily-married doctor (Trevor Howard) comes to the aid of an equally upstanding housewife (Celia Johnson) when a passing train blows cinder into her eye. Thus begins a tentative romance, conducted in the tearooms and railway café of a small English town. David Lean's classic study of a peculiarly British affair, played with straight bat and stiff-upper lip, features Rachmaninov on the soundtrack, and garnered Oscar nominations for director, screenplay and Celia Johnson. 'Henry V' (1944) is Laurence Olivier's adaptation of Shakespeare's play. begins in a miniature Globe Theatre and slowly expands beyond the stage to become a film. The young king puts his rakish past behind him and rallies his men to invade France, winning against the enemy's superior numbers. The film was shot in Ireland to avoid the constant bombardment of the Blitz and Olivier was discharged from the Navy to make the film. 'A Matter of Life and Death' (1946) is a classic wartime propaganda movie, commissioned by the Ministry of Information, but turned into a fantastical allegory by the Archers, aka Powell and Pressburger. David Niven plays an RAF pilot who is ready to be picked up by the angels after bailing out of his plane. But an administrative error in Heaven leads to a temporary reprieve, during which he must prove his right to stay on Earth. A tribunal in heaven ensues to decide the case. In 'Genevieve' (1953), barrister Alan McKim (John Gregson) and wife Wendy (Dinah Sheridan) compete against Alan's friend (and Wendy's former beau), Ambrose Claverhouse (Kenneth More), in the London to Brighton vintage car race. This time round, however, Alan's 1904 roadster, 'Genevieve', breaks down on route. Angered by Ambrose's jokes at the expense of his beloved car, Alan bets his rival that he can beat him on the return journey to London - and the race is on. 'The Wicked Lady' (1945) is set during the reign of King Charles II. The aristocratic Lady Skelton (Margaret Lockwood) attempts to relieve the tedium of her day-to-day life by secretly acting as a highway robber. Lady Skelton finds herself caught up in a tangled web of romance, danger, and jealousy. Finally, in 'Hamlet' (1948), Laurence Olivier directs and stars in an adaptation of Shakespeare's famous tragedy. Hamlet (Olivier), Prince of Denmark, is still mourning over the death of his father and his mother Gertrude's (Eileen Herlie) subsequent remarriage to Hamlet's despised uncle, Claudius (Basil Sydney), who is now King. When his father's ghost appears to Hamlet and reveals that it was Claudius who murdered him, the young prince vows revenge. However, a fatal flaw in his character - hesitation - mars his efforts, resulting in murder, madness and treachery. The film won five Oscars, including Best Actor for Olivier (who was also nominated for Best Director) and Best Film.</p>

      £17.99

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      Bravados, The

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      <p>Gregory Peck plays a farmer obsessed with hunting down and killing the four outlaws who raped and murdered his wife. Whilst on their trail he realises that he has been corrupted by his revenge and is no better than them. Also starring Joan Collins and Lee van Cleef.</p>

      £7.99

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      Kill Bill

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      <p>The return of renowned filmmaker Quentin Tarantino after an absence of 6 years. Uma Thurman stars as The Bride, one-fifth of a team of assassins called DiVAS. When she decides to get married and leave the outfit her boss, Bill (David Carradine), is not a happy man and gets her former colleagues to show up at the wedding; leaving behind a blood bath and The Bride shot in the head. Four years later, The Bride sets out on a journey of revenge which is ultimately to kill her former boss, Bill. The film was due to be three hours long but was split into two films (hence the name) and Volume 2 concludes the story.</p>

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      Carrington

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      <p>The story of Dora Carrington (Emma Thompson), the beautiful but unhappy English painter, and her relationship with writer Lytton Strachey (Jonathan Pryce). In the years after World War One the couple experimented with their relationship by breaking all the taboos of old England, as they struggled to live as freely and honestly as was possible.</p>

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      Topsy Turvy

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      <p>Mike Leigh directs this comic look at one of light opera's most famous creative partnerships. In 1880s London, the writing team of William Gilbert (Jim Broadbent) and Arthur Sullivan (Allan Corduner) looks set to split after the comparative failure of their latest collaboration, 'Princess Ida'. Sullivan is keen to prove himself as a serious composer, feeling that Gilbert's writing has become too formulaic. However, when Gilbert's wife, Kitty (Lesley Manville), takes him to an exhibition of Japanese culture, his imagination is fired, and he enthusiastically contacts Sullivan with ideas for a new project.</p>

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      Princes Of The Palace

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      <p>Documentary about the British Royal Family's princes. Featuring interviews with royal correspondents and those close to the Royal Family, the programme provides an inside look at the lives of Princes Philip, Charles, Harry, William and his young son George and examines their importance to the House of Windsor and the country's longest reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth II.</p>

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      Harry Price: Ghost Hunter

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      <p>Harry Price: Ghost Hunter</p>

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      Mr Nice

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      <p>Bernard Rose writes and directs this comedy drama based on the life of celebrated British drug smuggler Howard Marks. Rhys Ifans stars as Marks, the charismatic Welshman who is drawn into drug dealing after he graduates from Oxford University and qualifies to become a school teacher. Marks's legitimate career soon disappears in a puff of smoke, however, after a favour for an old friend leads to a lucrative cannabis-smuggling trip. By the time his career reaches its zenith in the 1980s, Marks is smuggling 30-ton consignments of marijuana from Pakistan and Thailand to America and Canada and has forged dubious connections with members of the IRA and the British secret services. Chloe Sevigny and David Thewlis co-star.</p>

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      Tim Burton Collection

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      <p>Collection of eight films from director Tim Burton. In 'Batman' (1989) the streets of Gotham City are no longer safe for criminals, who are being picked off by a masked vigilante in a rubber suit - dubbed 'Batman' by the press. Reporter Alexander Knox (Robert Wuhl) teams with photographer Vicki Vale (Kim Basinger) in an attempt to discover Batman's true identity - an investigation which leads them to the door of mysterious millionaire Bruce Wayne (Michael Keaton). Meanwhile, crime boss Carl Grissom (Jack Palance)'s attempt to rid himself of untrustworthy henchman Jack Napier (Jack Nicholson) does not go according to plan, and after emerging physically - and mentally - disfigured from a vat of chemicals, Napier reinvents himself as the psychotic Joker... In 'Batman Returns' (1992) Oswald Cobblepot (Danny DeVito), who was abandoned by his parents as a baby 33 earlier, is bent on revenge and returns to Gotham City as the Penguin. First he begins a warped campaign to become Mayor, helped by millionaire businessman Max Shreck (Christopher Walken), and then he undertakes a mission to murder every first born son in Gotham - a plan which will avenge his own beginnings. Meanwhile, he has two adversaries to contend with: Catwoman (Michelle Pfeiffer), the embittered ex-secretary of Max Shreck, and, of course, the old caped crusader himself - Batman. 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' (2005), based on the novel by Roald Dahl, follows eccentric chocolatier Willy Wonka (Johnny Depp) and Charlie Bucket (Freddie Highmore), a good-hearted boy from a poor family who lives in the shadow of Wonka's extraordinary factory. Most nights in the Bucket home, dinner is a watered-down bowl of cabbage soup, which young Charlie gladly shares with his mother (Helena Bonham Carter) and father (Noah Taylor) and both pairs of grandparents. They all live in a tiny, tumbledown, drafty old house but it is filled with love. Every night, the last thing Charlie sees from his window is the great factory, and he drifts off to sleep dreaming about what might be inside. For nearly 15 years, no one has seen a single worker going in or coming out of the factory, or caught a glimpse of Willy Wonka himself, yet, mysteriously, great quantities of chocolate are still being made and shipped to shops all over the world. One day Willy Wonka makes a momentous announcement. He will open his famous factory and reveal 'all of its secrets and magic' to five lucky children who find golden tickets hidden inside five randomly selected Wonka chocolate bars. When Charlie finds some money on the snowy street and takes it to the nearest store for a Wonka Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight he finds a golden ticket. The family decides that Grandpa Joe (David Kelly) should be the one to accompany Charlie on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Once inside, Charlie is dazzled by one amazing sight after another. In 'Mars Attacks!' (1996) Martians arrive on planet Earth and American President James Dale (Nicholson) is persuaded to extend the hand of friendship. One of the President's advisers, Donald Kessler (Pierce Brosnan), has been studying the aliens and is keen to make peaceful contact. However, the Martians gleefully fry their greeting party from Earth and launch an all-out attack on the planet. In 'Beetlejuice' (1988) the Maitlands (Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin) are a happy couple who, when killed in a car crash, return as ghosts to their beloved home to wreak havoc on the ghastly yuppie family who have moved in. Being novices at haunting, their efforts go unnoticed by the house's new inhabitants except for goth daughter Lydia (Winona Ryder), who doesn't mind one bit. At their wit's end, the ghostly couple call on a despicably disgusting demon named 'Beetlejuice' (Keaton) for help. The animated 'Corpse Bride' (2005), set in a 19th century European village, follows Victor (voiced by Depp), a young man who is whisked away to the underworld and wed to a mysterious Corpse Bride (Bonham Carter), while his real bride, Victoria (Emily Watson), waits bereft in the land of the living. Though life in the Land of the Dead proves to be a lot more colourful than his strict Victorian upbringing, Victor learns that there is nothing in this world, or the next, that can keep him away from his one true love. Musical 'Sweeney Todd - the Demon Barber of Fleet Street' (2007), based on a 'penny dreadful' tale (which later became an urban myth) from the mid-19th century, tells the tale of Benjamin Barker (Depp), a barber who returns to London after spending years in exile for a crime he didn't commit. He soon discovers from pie-maker Mrs Lovett (Bonham Carter) that, in his absence, his wife has taken her own life and his daughter is now in the care of the man who had him sent away - the dastardly Judge Turpin (Alan Rickman). Seeking revenge and filled with a murderous rage, Barker sets up a barber's shop above Mrs Lovett's premises. Now calling himself Sweeney Todd, Barker kills off all his customers with a razor to the throat and sends their cadavers to the shop below to be used as a tasty new filling for Mrs Lovett's meat pies. What was once the worst pie shop in London quickly becomes one of the city's most popular eateries, but Barker won't be satisfied until he can lure Judge Turpin into the barber's chair... Finally, 'Pee-wee's Big Adventure' (1985) follows man-child Pee-wee Herman (Paul Reubens) who goes on an adventure to recover his new bicycle after it is stolen. Along the way he encounters bikers, bums, convicts and a phantom trucker.</p>

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      The Client

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      <p>Third adaptation of lawyer-turned-novelist John Grisham's books. When young Mark and his brother sneak off to the woods for a smoke, they stumble upon a fat mob lawyer about to commit suicide, who tells Mark where a dead body is hidden. When his brother falls into a coma, Mark is questioned by a hard-boiled FBI Attorney (Tommy Lee Jones), with only his lawyer (Susan Sarandon) battling for her young client's safety from the mob's hitmen.</p>

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      Somewhere At Sea

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      <p>All eleven episodes of the maritime travel series which follows highly regarded British actor Timothy Spall and his wife Shane as they travel the length and breadth of the British Isles. Inspired to do the trip by Timothy's brush with leukaemia ten years prior, the couple decided to take their Dutch Barge, The Princess Matilda, on a voyage which would take in most of the British Isles and surrounding areas including Cornwall, Cardiff Bay, the Isle of Man and all the way up to Aberdeen in Scotland. The episodes are: 'The Call of the Sea', 'The Bogey Man', 'Race Against the Tide', 'The Luck of the Irish... Sea', 'Mad About the Buoys', 'The Bit in the Middle', 'Scotch Mist', 'Message in a Bottle', 'Stags-By-the-Sea', 'God's Own Coast' and 'The Last Splash'.</p>

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      Cookie's Fortune

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      <p>Robert Altman directs this ensemble piece about a set of unusual goings-on in Holly Springs, Mississippi, a sleepy backwater town where the number one activities are fishing and drinking. It all starts when the wealthy but eccentric Cookie Orcutt is found dead and her relatives start kicking up a fuss about her legacy. Suddenly, the nowhere town finds itself awash with suspicions of murder, and when the police start investigating, all manner of people are drawn into the madness.</p>

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      A King in New York (Chaplin)

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      <p>Charlie Chaplin writes, directs and stars in this satirical comedy. When a revolution breaks out in his home country of Estrovia, King Igor Shadov (Chaplin) ventures west to New York City. With no money, the king is forced to partake in some commercial advertisements and becomes a television sensation. But after he achieves fame as a celebrity, Igor is accused of being a communist by the American government and is forced to profess his innocence to the House Committee on Un-American Activities.</p>

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      Endeavour - Series 1-3

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      <p>All episodes from the first three series of the feature-length spin-off of ITV's long-running crime drama 'Inspector Morse'. Set in 1965, the show follows Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) in his younger years as a police constable. Working alongside his senior partner Detective Inspector Fred Thursday (Roger Allam) and PC James Strange (Sean Rigby), Morse engages in a number of investigations around Oxford, England. Series 1 episodes are: 'Girl', 'Fugue', 'Rocket' and 'Home'. Series 2 episodes are: 'Trove', 'Nocturne', 'Sway' and 'Neverland'. Series 3 episodes are: 'Ride', 'Arcadia', 'Prey' and 'Coda'.</p>

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      Scott Of The Antarctic (Ealing - Digitally Restored)

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      <p>John Mills stars in this docu-drama which captures the ill-fated final expedition to the South Pole in 1912 of British explorer Robert Scott .This classic drama highlights the problems which beset the journey and is accompanied by the music of Vaughn Williams.</p>

      £16.99

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      Eye of the Needle

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      <p>Big-screen adaptation of the espionage thriller by Ken Follet. Faber (Donald Sutherland) is a Nazi spy, who poses as an Englishman when he is shipwrecked on a Scottish island en route to Germany. Befriending the beautiful Lucy (Kate Nelligan), whose marriage to a crippled, embittered pilot is faltering, Faber sets about seducing her, intending to use her to help carry out his mission and prevent the D-Day invasion.</p>

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      Eric Clapton: Planes, Trains and Eric

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      <p>Tour documentary of the legendary musician Eric Clapton. The film chronicles Clapton's Far and Middle Eastern leg of his 2014 world tour. In addition to live performances and concert footage, interviews with Clapton and his band members - Steve Gadd (drums), Paul Carrack (Hammond organ, vocals), Nathan East (bass, vocals) and Chris Stainton (keyboards) - are also featured to fully examine their life on the road. Among the tracks included are 'Crossroads', 'Cocaine', 'I Shot the Sheriff', 'Layla' and 'Wonderful Tonight'.</p>

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      CHiPs - Season 2

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      <p>Complete second season of the classic US crime series about two motorbike cops in sunny California. Episodes comprise: 'Peaks and Valleys' 'The Volunteers' 'Family Crisis' 'Disaster Squad' 'Neighborhood Watch' 'Trick Or Treat' 'High Flyer' 'The Grudge' 'The Sheik' 'Return of the Turks' 'Supercycle' 'High Explosive' 'Down Time' 'Repo Man' 'Mait Team' 'Pressure Point' 'The Matchmakers' 'Rally 'Round the Bank' 'Bio-Rhythms' 'Quarantine' 'CHP-BMX' 'Ride the Whirlwind' and 'The Greatest Adventures of CHiPs'.</p>

      £14.99

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      Ultraviolet The Complete Series

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      <p>All six episodes of the supernatural thriller. In 'Habeas Corpus', homicide cop Michael makes a shocking disovery when his partner, Jack, disappears on the eve of his wedding. 'In Nomine Patris' sees Michael, now a member of CIB, struggling to accept that vampires have for centuries existed alongside humans. In 'Sub Judice', a rape victim is saved by a vampire, but for what reason? In 'Mea Culpa', Michael investigates an attack on a school teacher by a 12-year-old boy; could the vampires be involved? 'Terra Incognita' sees the arrival from Brazil of a bleeding refugee accompanied by several vampire caskets. In 'Persona Non Grata', Michael inadvertently places the future of mankind in jeopardy when Kirstie is threatened.</p>

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      The Secret War: The Complete Original 1977 Series

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      <p>During the six long years of World War 2, behind the fighting forces, there was another war... a secret war... fought by scientists and engineers.Produced by the BBC in conjunction with the Imperial War Museum The Secret War liftsthe veil of secrecy on the crucial role science and intelligence played behind the lines in winning World War 2. Presented by William Woollard (Top Gear, Tomorrow's World) and largely based on the book Most Secret War by Reginald Victor Jones (key consultant and interviewee of the series) it first aired in 1977 to critical acclaim.This insightful and revealing documentary series covers the rivalry of the British and the Germans as they struggled to create a winning edge with innovations from radio navigation to naval mines and missiles. Each technology is investigated in thorough scientific detail. Yet throughout, it is the triumph of the human spirit that sets this series apart. The focus is on the science, but the heroism of the everyday individual fighting against the odds through those terrible times shines through.</p>

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      A Perfect World

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      <p>Butch Haynes (Kevin Costner) is a convict who has escaped from a Texas jail halfway through a life sentence. Stumbling across a local family, he kidnaps seven-year-old Phillip Perry (T.J. Lowther) and sets off to make a quick exit. As he flees the clutches of Texas Ranger Red Garnett (Clint Eastwood), he starts to feel responsible for his bemused hostage, and decides to cast himself as the father figure which the youngster never had. Eastwood also directs.</p>

      £5.99

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      Wainwright Walks with Julia Bradbury - Complete Collection

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      <p>Julia Bradbury presents this collection of BBC walking programmes, featuring all ten walks covered in series 1 and 2 of 'Wainwright Walks', all six episodes of 'Coast to Coast', all six episodes of 'Railway Walks' and the documentary 'Wainwright: The Man Who Loved the Lakes', plus an interview with Eric Robson, Chairman of the Wainwright Society.</p>

      £29.99