Nobody's House: The Complete Series DVD


Kevin Moreton following up his memorable performance in Granada Television's Sam headlines this mid '70s fantasy-drama from Tyne Tees Television. Co-starring Champions star William Gaunt and featuring guest turns from Brian Blessed, Joe Gladwin and Brian Wilde, Moreton plays the ghostly resident of a derelict Victorian house, visible only to the two children who move there with their unsuspecting parents. The faded elegance of Cornerstones has long been home to the occasionally mischievous spirit of a Victorian ragamuffin known simply as 'Nobody'. Now Peter Sinclair,... his wife Jane and their two children, Tom and Gilly, arrive there with the aim of setting up an antiques business. For years, Nobody has succeeded in frightening all-comers away from the rambling old house but it seems the Sinclair children see right through him literally! [show more]

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17 April 2019
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All seven episodes from the TV drama starring Kevin Moreton as 'Nobody', a young orphan ghost who resides in the derelict Victorian house 'Cornerstones', built on the site of a former workhouse. When the Sinclair family move in with plans of starting an antiques business, mischievous Nobody bargains that they won't stay for long. The Sinclair children, Gilly (Mandy Woodward) and Tom (Stuart Wilde), however, can see right through him. The episodes are: 'There's Nobody There', 'Nobody's Perfect', 'Nobody's Fool', 'Nobody's in Charge', 'Nobody Loves Me', 'Nobody's Family' and 'Nobody's Ghost'.