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Shaka Zulu | DVD | (28/06/2004)
from £3.99 | Saving you £26.00 (86.70%) | RRP
Skaka Zulu is the powerful true story of tribal Africa during the turbulent 19th century. This critically acclaimed mini-series follows the life of Shaka a powerful and mighty Zulu leader as he grows up to fulfil an ancient tribal prophecy uniting his people into a bold new nation. Shaka is driven by extraordinary intelligence courage astounding physical ability and an immortal stance leading his proud warriors on their quest to be one people one power one empire! ""Shaka
The Magnificent Seven Collection | DVD | (02/09/2013)
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The powerful reworking of Kurosawa's classic Seven Samurai in to a seminal Western and its three sequels, The Magnificent Seven collection contains every second of gun slinging action in glorious High Definition.The Magnificent Seven: Spectacular gun battles, epic-sized heroes and an all-star cast that includes Academy Award Winners Yul Brynner and James Coburn, together with Steve McQueen, Eli Wallach and Charles Bronson, make The Magnificent Seven a legend among westerns!Return of the Magnificent Seven: Once again, Yul Brynner rides tall in the saddle in this sensational sequel to The Magnificent Seven! Guns of the Magnificent Seven: The Seven take up the reins again in this fast-moving western starring Oscar Winner George Kennedy as the revered - and feared - gunslinger Chris Adams!The Magnificent Seven Ride!: This rousing conclusion to the legendary, hard-hitting Magnificent Seven series stars Lee Van Cleef as the strong and silent Chris Adams.
Incident At Phantom Hill | DVD | (19/05/2007)
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In the dying weeks of the American Civil War a wagon train of United States Government gold was ambushed by a small Confederate force and hidden in the sands of Northwest Texas at Phantom Hill. Following the conclusion of the war Captain Martin (Robert Fuller) is assigned to the recovery of the fortune the location of which is known by just one man - convicted murderer and Rebel veteran Joe Barlow (Dan Duryea). The mission is made all the more dangerous as Phantom Hill lies in newly appointed Comanche Indian territory a hostile land for unwanted travellers. As word of the treasure spreads their hunt becomes a race for survival as well as for the gold.
I Know You Know | DVD | (24/05/2010)
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Eleven-year-old Jamie finds himself uprooted to a new home and a new school where he is far from settled and frequently catches the attention of bullies. But Jamie understands the reasons for his dislocated lifestyle. His father Charlie (Robert Carlyle - Trainspotting) whom he idolises and imitates is involved in undercover activities that demand the continual shifting of identity and location. But as Charlie's behaviour becomes increasingly paranoid and unpredictable and the rapidly maturing Jamie comes to realise that the world his father inhabits is very different to the one that has flourished in his excited imagination.
Apostle Peter and the Last Supper | DVD | (09/04/2012)
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Set in Rome A.D. 67, two jailers at the ancient Mamertine Prison take custody of a famous criminal. He is Simon Peter of Galilee - apostle, disciple and personal-friend of Jesus, also called the Christ. Condemned to death, the elderly Peter (Robert Loggia- Season 1 The New Hawaii Five O) recounts his life as a simple fisher man who became one of the boldest figures in all of Christianity. As Peter prepares to depart this earthly life, he will make an unforgettable impression on his jailers through the saving power of the Gospel. A dramatic encounter with an incredible finale.
Shaka Zulu (The Complete Mini-Series) | Blu Ray | (21/11/2016)
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Henry Cele stars as powerful and mighty Zulu leader in the critically-acclaimed 10-part mini-series which comes to Blu-ray in its entirety for the very first time, 30 years after the premiere broadcast. Set in 19th century Africa, Shaka Zulu follows the story of the powerful and courageous leader, Shaka, and his rise to fulfill an ancient tribal prophecy of uniting Africa whilst the British were trying to gain control. Featuring a fantastic all-star cast including Edward Fox, Robert Powell and Christopher Lee, and filmed on location in South Africa, this is an epic tale of courage and triumph.
Bingo | DVD | (03/10/2005)
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A shaggy-dog spoof about a boy and his dog separated by a continent! Bingo the lovable pooch becomes involved in a variety of adventures and misdemeanours and even ends up in jail (with his own green uniform yet) followed by a court appearance. That doesn't stop the boy's faithful best friend from trying to make his way home...
Moonbase | DVD | (01/09/2003)
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The first would-be moon colonists discover a horrifying mysterious and deadly secret hidden on their new lunar home... Beneath the quiet Moonbase Waste Disposal Plant are hiding some of the most dangerous criminals in the universe. Beneath the lunar surface is an arsenal of nuclear warheads - the stowaways ticket home to Earth...
Whatever Happened To Aunt Alice? | DVD | (02/07/2001)
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What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice? sees a change of direction for Robert Aldrich's unofficial trilogy which all involve "ageing actresses" in macabre thrillers (What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and Hush ... Hush, Sweet Charlotte). The busy Aldrich only produced What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice?, calling in TV director Lee H Katzin (a Mission: Impossible regular) to handle the megaphone. Aldrich also opted to shoot the film in pastel colours appropriate to the unusual Arizona desert setting rather than the gothic black and white of the earlier films. The film cast the less iconic Geraldine Page as the genteelly unpleasant Mrs Clare Marrable. Left apparently penniless by her departed husband, Mrs M opts to keep up appearances by hiring a succession of timid elderly housekeepers, bossing them around with well-spoken nastiness, duping them out of their life savings and, on the pretence of getting help with a midnight tree-planting program, lures them into their own graves, batters them to death and plants lovely pines over them. Page gets her own way with the meek likes of Mildred Dunnock, until the feistier, red-wigged R!uth Gordon applies for the job and gets down to amateur sleuthing. While Bette Davis and her partners went wildly over the top in previous films, Page and Gordon play more subtly, finding odd pathetic moments in between the monstrous, irony-laced horror stuff. The supporting cast of pretty or handsome young things, mostly putty in the hands of the manipulative Page, contribute striking little cameos (Rosemary Forsyth sports a pleasing 1969 hairdo as the kindly but intimidated neighbour), but the film belongs to its leading ladies, delivering a fine line in twist-packed cat-and-mouse theatrics. The video is handsomely letterboxed, as befits a film made before widescreen films were shot with all the action in the middle of the frame to facilitate television sales. --Kim Newman