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Mr Selfridge - Series 1-3 DVD

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Join the award-winning cast of Mr Selfridge in this Complete Series Set that includes all 30 episodes from Series One Two and Three. Jeremy Piven (Golden Globe® and Emmy® winner Entourage) stars as the famboyant American entrepreneur Harry Gordon Selfridge who comes to England to change the face of retail through his lavish department store. Supported by a glamorous cast including Frances O’Connor as Harry’s wife Rose Katherine Kelly as the alluring socialite and close-ally Lady Mae Grégory Fitoussi as creative director Henri Leclair and Aisling Loftus as successful store worker Agnes. The gripping storylines from the frst two series span the period from 1909 when Selfridges frst opened its doors to the First World War. Series three continues post-war at a time where Selfridges offers the world an escape from the depression and gloom. Though the store may be thriving Harry’s charmed personal life starts to unravel. Bonus Features Selfridges: Then & Now The Making of Mr Selfridge Deleted Scenes Behind the Scenes

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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play Join the award-winning cast of Mr Selfridge in this Complete Series Set that includes all 30 episodes from Series One Two and Three Jeremy Piven (Golden Globe and Emmy winner Entourage) stars as the famboyant American entrepreneur Harry Gordon Selfridge who comes to England to change the face of retail through his lavish department store Supported by a glamorous cast including Frances O’Connor as Harry’s wife Rose Katherine Kelly as the alluring socialite and close-ally Lady Mae Grégory Fitoussi as creative director Henri Leclair and Aisling Loftus as successful store worker Agnes The gripping storylines from the frst two series span the period from 1909 when Selfridges frst opened its doors to the First World War Series three continues post-war at a time where Selfridges offers the world an escape from the depression and gloom Though the store may be thriving Harry’s charmed personal life starts to unravel

All 30 episodes from the first, second and third series of the ITV period drama tracing the story of the founder of the famous London department store. In the first series, the year is 1909 and fresh from a successful retail career in Chicago, a dashing Harry Selfridge (Jeremy Piven) arrives in London intent on building the world's largest department store in the capital's Oxford Street. Helped by his association with socialite Lady Mae Moxley (Katherine Kelly), Harry soon has the financial backing necessary for his plans, resulting in the store being completed in record time. But as the company goes from strength to strength, Harry's marriage to his wife Rose (Frances O'Connor) is jeopardised by his continuing infatuation with music hall artiste Ellen Love (Zoƫ Tapper). In the second series, the year is 1914 and Harry has become even more estranged from his wife Rose, but is ecstatic when she arrives to partake in celebrations for the fifth anniversary of the store's opening. Also, growing tension in Europe has the staff worried that Selfridge might return to the States if war breaks out. In the third series, Harry busies himself by pursuing a new plot of land where he can help build homes for returning soldiers. However, he comes up against competition in his daughter Rosalie (Kara Tointon)'s new husband Serge De Bolotoff (Leon Ockenden), who hopes to buy up the same plot and build an aerodrome...

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