Network DVD in March
Here is a look at Network DVD’s line-up this month...
2nd March 2009
The Hard Way - £14.99 RRP – Patrick McGoohan and Lee Van Cleef star in this thriller which arrives on a barebones disc.
In Loving Memory Series 1 - £14.99 RRP - Thora Hird stars in this sitcom that ran for five series between 1979 and 1986. There are no extras.
The Bill Series 4 Volume 2 - £19.99 RRP – This two-disc set contains 13 consecutive episodes of the half-hour series. There are no extras.
9th March 2009
First Among Equals – The Complete Series - £24.99 RRP – Tom Wilkinson stars in this adaptation of Jeffrey Archer’s best-selling novel of power, public life and private scandal. A 3-disc set, the only extra is an alternate ending to the series which has never been shown in the UK before.
16th March 2009
Espionage – The Complete Series - £59.99 RRP – Lew Grade’s acclaimed ITC drama is a series of plays produced by George Justin (Twelve Angry men) and Herbert Hirschman (The Zoo Gang) that covered everything from the Cold War to 19th century China. A 6-disc set, extras include:
- Script PDFs for Castles in Spain and Snow on Mount Kama
- Extensive Image Galleries, including many in colour
A Mind To Kill – Complete Series 1 - £24.99 RRP – Philip Madoc stars in this detective thriller as Detective Chief Inspector Noel Bain – a man with a passion for defending the innocent, and an infallible instinct which even the sharpest criminal minds cannot match. There are no extras.
23rd March 2009
Spitting Image – Series 5 - £14.99 RRP – Broadcast on ITV in 1988, no target was safe as the show lifted satire to a whole new level for over a decade. Highlights include Jeffrey Archer appearing on Mastermind, Neil Kinnock being sent on a Mission Impossible, Prince Edward’s attempts at guiding the year’s Royal Variety Show and Pavarotti giving a star turn at The Last Night of the Yobs. There are no extras.
At War With the Army - £2.99 RRP - Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis star in their first outing together on screen. There are no extras.
30th March 2009
Blood on the Sun - £2.99 RRP – James Cagney stars as an American newspaper reporter working in Tokyo during the 1930s who refuses to toe the official line on the expansionist policies of the anti-democratic Imperialist government. Realising that Condon isn’t going to co-operate, the Japanese authorities decide to seize him and force him to reveal his valuable information and contacts... There are no extras.