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DVD: Review: Dennis Potter: 3 To Remember

17 February 2009 10:00 PM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

In 1980, British screenwriter Dennis Potter was coming off two major successes: the 1978 miniseries Pennies From Heaven, about a depressed sheet-music salesman who escapes his miserable life by disappearing into the songs he sells, and the 1979 TV movie Blue Remembered Hills, in which a cast of adults enacts the idle (and sometimes cruel) playtime of a group of children. Awash in accolades, Potter struck a deal to pen six teleplays for London Weekend Television, but the plan petered out after the first three, which are now available as the DVD set Dennis Potter: 3 To Remember. While the »

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