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  Next February, we have a diverse range of new releases, including further picturesque adventures with Michael Portillo in Great British Railway Journeys: Series 11-13, British film classic Time for Loving, hit comedies from decades past with the film adaptation of The Lovers!, upgraded to HD, and seminal TV satire Spitting Image, and dramatic duo The Man Who Finally Died and All Coppers Are...

Great British Railway Journeys: Series 11-13
Armed with a 1936 edition of Bradshaw's handbook and his signature colourful clothing, Michael Portillo once again takes to the tracks to navigate the golden age of rail travel in three more series of the popular BBC travel documentary.

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Time for Loving
Filmed in Paris by Oscar-nominated director Christopher Miles, from celebrated French dramatist Jean Anouilh's first original screenplay, this bittersweet romantic comedy-drama will be available on both Blu-ray and DVD.

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The Lovers!
Reprising the classic sitcom roles that first made them household names, Richard Beckinsale and Paula Wilcox star in this big-screen version of Jack Rosenthal's top-rated ITV comedy series, presented here as a brand-new high definition transfer!

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Spitting Image: The Complete Series 1-12
A milestone in television comedy and recently revived to further success for today's audience, this collection brings together the first twelve series of the exceptionally topical, BAFTA-winning hit comedy from the 1980's and 1990's.

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The Man Who Finally Died
British cinema legend Stanley Baker's intense persona and rugged charm are brought to the fore in this gripping tale of Cold War espionage, co-starring Peter Cushing, Mai Zetterling, and Eric Portman, and remastered for this Blu-ray version.

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All Coppers Are...
With taut, gritty direction from Sidney Hayers, Martin Potter, Julia Foster, and Nicky Henson star in this tense, early 1970's crime thriller coming soon to both Blu-ray and DVD in its original theatrical aspect ratio.
  Graeme Clark [16 Dec 2021 at 16:05]
     

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