Jason King: The Complete Series (Repackaged) DVD

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This spin-off from the earlier Department S continued the adventures of Jason King. After leaving Department S Jason settled down to a full-time career of writing Mark Caine novels. He philandered his way around the world doing research for his stories and solving a variety of odd cases usually involving beautiful women.

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Released
11 December 2009
Directors
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1300 minutes 
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PAL 
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All 26 episodes of the 1970s drama series starring Peter Wyngarde as the eponymous womanising author. Whenever Jason King (Wyngarde) goes in search of material for his books he encounters more drama, danger, intrigue and beautiful women than any one man has the right to experience. Coping with everything in his own flamboyant manner, anything can happen to him, and usually does. Episodes comprise: 'Wanna Buy a Television Series?', 'A Page Before Dying', 'Buried in the Cold Cold Ground', 'A Deadly Line in Digits', 'Variations On a Theme', 'As Easy As A, B, C', 'To Russia With Panache', 'A Red Red Rose Forever', 'All That Glisters: Part 1', 'All That Glisters: Part 2', 'Flamingos Only Fly On Tuesdays', 'Toki', 'The Constance Missal', 'Uneasy Lies the Head', 'Nadine', 'A Kiss for a Beautiful Killer', 'If It's Got to Go, It's Got to Go', 'A Thin Band of Air', 'It's Too Bad About Auntie', 'The Stones of Venice', 'A Royal Flush', 'Every Pictures Tells a Story', 'Chapter One: The Company I Keep', 'Zenia', 'An Author in Search of Two Characters' and 'That Isn't Me, It's Somebody Else'.