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Donald Campbell film set, complete with 4 titles. Excellent present
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Crocodile Shoes is a British 7-part television series screened in 1994.
The series was written by and starred Jimmy Nail as a factory worker who becomes a country and western singer. The show's eponymous theme tune "Crocodile Shoes" became a chart hit for Nail as did the album of the same name.

Crocodile Shoes is a British 7-part television series screened in 1994.

The series was written by and starred Jimmy Nail as a factory worker who becomes a country and western singer. The show's eponymous theme tune "Crocodile Shoes" became a chart hit for Nail as did the album of the same name.

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In 2000, 2001 and 2002, the novels were adapted into The Ghost Hunter television series, a live-action drama,.. There were three separate series, each of six half-hour episodes The television series was a major success, achieving the number one rating in the Radio Times poll of favourite children's programmes, coming ahead of Blue Peter, Grange Hill and a host of other programmes of the time. Viewing figures were very high.

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Operating from a rundown office in London, Roger, Roger, written by John Sullivan (Only Fools and Horses),
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Bernard & the Genie (1991) is a seventy-minute British movie. It was first shown on 23.11.1991. This comic fantasy takes its inspiration from The Book of One Thousand and One Nights and follows Alan Cumming as art dealer Bernard Bottle who is not having a good day
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The first British TV adaptation of Nancy Mitford's autobiographical trilogy Love in a Cold Climate took the form of a seven-part, seven-hour miniseries in 1980. Set in the 1930s, the story concerned a group of wealthy young ladies and their various and sundry interactions with eccentric (to say the least) relatives and amorous young men. Faultlessly faithful to the source, this series explored the real-life Mitford family's unfortunate associations with Fascists in general and Adolf Hitler in particular, a story element that was glossed over in the shorter 2001 TV remake.
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Going Out was a six part, thirty minute episode, drama series written by Phil Redmond (Grange Hill, Brookside etc) . The series followed the first six weeks after Sean, Roger Sammy, Cathy and Gerry were released from school and onto Thatcher’s scrap heap. Along with Dikey, who'd already been drawing his Giro for a year, they tried to avoid the nutter Arty 'Haggis' Jackson and his 'crew'.
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The Missing Postman is a two-part comedy drama
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The Demon Headmaster Series One - two & Three - Complete series
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Batman is a 1960s based on the DC comic book character of the same name. Two and a half seasons from January 12, 1966 to March 14, 1968. Despite its short run, the series had two weekly installments for most of its tenure, giving the show a total of 120 episodes (the equivalent of roughly five regular seasons).
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Eskimo Day + Cod Enough:- Comedy drama about the trials and tribulations of three sets of parents as they finally realise that their children have grown up and reluctantly they have to let them enroll at Cambridge University.
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Moondial - the complete, unedited series, available only in this DVD release. Running Time: 175 mins The classic children's novel is brought to the screen in this TV series. On holiday with her aunt Mary (Valerie Lush), who lives in the gatehouse of a spooky old mansion, 13-year-old Minty (Siri Neal) finds that she has special powers when she touches a sundial in the garden. This discovery begins a chain of events that leads her on a journey back in time.
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The TV adaptation of The Children of Green Knowe was based on the book written by Lucy M Boston in 1954. The four part children's drama story was originally shown in 1986 starting Wednesday 26th November and finishing 17th December of that year. Children of Green Knowe was the first in a series of books by Lucy M Boston
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Comedy drama set in wartime Britain showing what can happen when British RAF men and soldiers from the American Air Force are forced to share barracks
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The Bullion Boys is a film based on the true story of how Britain's gold reserve was secretly transferred to Liverpool at the start of the Second World War. It was produced as part of their Screen One series and it won the 1994 Emmy Award for drama
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With the help of a feisty aristocratic woman, a working-class Scotland Yard inspector hunts for a serial killer of young women in Victorian London.

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Making Out is a British tv series, shown between 1989 and 1991. The series, written by Debbie Horsfield, mixed comedy and drama in its portrayal of the women who worked on the factory floor at New Lyne Electronics in Manchester, tackling the personal lives of the characters as well as wider issues of recession, redundancy and retrenchment as the factory goes through various crises and take-overs.
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Blaster is one of those comedians that saw the funnyside of every day life with a dry sence of humour. this film is blaster at his best as he tells his stories and relives his live as an explosive exspert. a must see for those who can see the funnyside of everyday life
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This is what romantic comedies should be. Two attractive, appealing leading actors with genuine chemistry, a host of droll secondary characters, hate at first sight and a sparklingly funny script
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Prospects Is a fantastic series and has become a cult series in its own right. Starring Gary Olsen and Brian Bovell, it also featured a host of well known British character actors. It followed the fortunes of 2 young men on the dole, who are desperate to hit the big time and make money using any scams or schemes going
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Johnny Jarvis and Alan Lipton are two teenagers in their final year of secondary school at a comprehensive in Hackney. Energetic, anxious and occasionally naïve, the pair are on the brink of entering the adult world.
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In this missing link between "The Black Stuff" and "Boys From" - why this wasn't included in the DVD realease is a mystery - Pete Postlethwaite excels as the out of his depth Duggan and the piece has all the warmth and incisive writing you'd expect from Bleasedale. Responding to success of "The Black Stuff", Bleasdale to expand each character into a separate drama. The first of these, The Muscle Market, featured Pete Postlethwaite replacing Calder as the owner of the building contractors, and Alison Steadman. It went out under the Play for Today banner in 1981 as a stop-gap measure while Bleasdale finished writing the other five
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Jossy's Giants was a children's footballing comedy drama that ran on between 1986 and 1987. The show's plot centered around the ups and downs of a boys' football team, the Glipton Giants, and their enthusiastic geordie manager Jossy Blair.
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A dramatization of the life of 11-year-old "Kerry Cropper" who was sexually abused at home and subsequently abused when taken into care. She eventually becomes a child prostitute
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A circus goes to the dogs (or, more accurately, the dogs come to the circus) in this light-hearted action-adventure tale. Lucky Vincent (James Franciscus) is a gambler who, after a stretch of bad luck, owes over $12,000 to mobster Solly Kramer (Jack Carter). Lucky is rescued from Solly's goons by Daniel Hughes (Fred Astaire), a born-again Christian with a team of trained Doberman pinschers.
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Three Part Documentary on how cocaine is made & where
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9 Gangster documentaries on 1 dvd
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3 Part Documentary about drug wars in Ibiza , Manchester & London.
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Shipman is a 2002 television drama film, about the life and crimes of serial killer Harold Shipman
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Series one + Two of Liverpool 1 follows DI Isobel de Pauli who has transferred from the Metropolitan police to work in Liverpool with the CID. She is partnered with Cally who has relatives in the local underground.
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