Crown Court: Volume 8 DVD

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Released
13 June 2016
Directors
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Format
DVD 
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876 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5027626452445 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.  A television institution that lasted for over a decade, Crown Court was a much-loved courtroom drama which, although the cases were fictional, used 'real' jurors chosen from members of the public. Multiple endings were prepared for each story, dependent on whether the accused was found guilty or acquitted of the charges, giving each story a strength and energy which raised it far above that of normal courtroom dramas. This volume contains a further twelve stories, in production order, presenting compelling cases covering a wide spectrum of what would come before a courtroom including espionage, bank robbery and child abuse. Originally transmitted in 1974, the dramas feature appearances by Jack Shepherd, Richard Wilson, Diane Keen, Peter Sallis, Don Henderson and John Shrapnel, among many others.

12 episodes from the courtroom drama series set in Fulchester Crown Court. Richard Wilson stars as Jeremy Parsons QC, presenting to the jury fictional cases spanning murder, fraud and child abduction. The jury, comprised of members of the public, determine the outcome of the case based on the strength of the evidence and arguments presented.