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Barbara Ferris: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows
A Place to Go | DVD | (16/02/2009)
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First ever DVD release of this classic crime film which Bernard Lee Rita Tushingham Michael Sarne and Doris Hare. Ricky Flint (Mike Sarne) finds his world stifling. The East End that he grew up in is being demolished to make way for high rise blocks of flats and there seems just one possible means of escape: a one-off crime of robbing a cigarette factory. He becomes involved in a gang to carry out the robbery and then meets the forthright Cat (Rita Tushingham) when their tempestuous liaison takes a violent course...
All in Good Faith - The Complete Series 1 | DVD | (21/10/2013)
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In his first comedy 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. Also starring Pam Ferris and Nigel Humphreys, this hugely engaging sitcom was penned by noted screenwriter John Kane, and directed by multi-award winner John Howard Davies. When doubts begin to assail the Rev. Philip Lambe, he feels the problems of an urban parish might help renew his faith in himsel...
All in Good Faith - The Complete Series 2 | DVD | (21/04/2014)
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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 na&iuml;ve 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...
Catch Us If You Can | DVD | (04/06/2007)
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John Boorman makes his directorial debut with this cult 1960s story in which Dave Clark appears as a stuntman who gives up the rat-race to see the real world along with the Dave Clark Five Band and Dave's model girlfriend. On a sunny island they mix with beatniks and society people while singing Top Ten hits during a wild weekend as agents ad men and the press try to catch them if they can...
Chorus Of Dissaproval | DVD | (07/05/2007)
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Following the death of his wife Guy Jones (Jeremy Irons) is moved by his company to a sleepy seaside town where faced with knowing no-one and nights of boredom in front of the TV he decides to join the local amateur dramatics society. He is enthusiastically welcomed by eccentric Welsh Director Dafydd (Anthony Hopkins) but it is not long before Guy realizes that the action on stage is nothing compared with the jealousy suspicion and seduction that carries on when rehearsals ar
The Strauss Family | DVD | (02/04/2018)
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A lavish costume drama from the early 1970s, The Strauss Family dramatises the story of the remarkable musical dynasty. Spanning 75 years and encompassing both intimate human drama and political turmoil, it charts the rise of the elder Johann Strauss from humble beginnings to glittering success, through tragedy, intrigue, marriages and scandalous love affairs and intense rivalry between father and son. Conceived by world-famous tenor Murray Dickie and earning a BAFTA nomination for Anne Stallybrass, it features some of the composers' best-loved music as well as several rediscovered pieces, while authentic choreography and sumptuous reconstructions evoke the splendour of 19th-century Vienna. Recorded as eight episodes, on its original transmission in 1972 the opening two episodes were combined, losing half an hour in the process; this set presents the series as intended, with all eight episodes complete and uncut.
A Nice Girl Like Me | DVD | (12/01/2015)
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Barbara Ferris Harry Andrews and triple Oscar nominee Gladys Cooper star in this quintessentially Sixties romantic comedy from award-winning director Desmond Davis. Released in 1969 A Nice Girl Like Me is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Liberated Londoner Candida inherits a house and a small sum of money and leaves for Paris; when she returns she finds she is pregnant and Savage a friend who shares her house takes care of her. Leaving her baby with her aunt Candida then heads for Italy and comes back with a forsaken child consigned to her care by a desperate mother. Savage advises her to consider marriage but when a suitor steps forward Candida finally becomes aware of the man she truly loves. Unfortunately however she is returning from Italy with a token remembrance... another pregnancy!