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DVD Watch: First Roles of Now Famous Stars

25 July 2012 12:24 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Psst! If you want to peek into the past, Acorn Media is making it easy.  Want to watch Keira Knightley at age 9?  Try Acorn’s DVD of “A Village Affair,” a TV movie whose lesbian love story takes place in a small English village.  How about Orlando Bloom at 23 in “Midsomer Murders,” a British series in which village sex is secondary to a rich crop of murders? In one case, the youthful actor was also the star.  After Colin Firth won an Academy Award as best actor for his performance as King George VI in “The King’s Speech” (2010), Acorn bought “Lost Empires,” a 1986 mini-series about British music halls in which Firth had top billing as a young boy who joins his uncle’s magic act.  “We picked up ‘Lost Empires’ in 2011 because of Colin Firth,” says Acorn publicity director Chad Campbell. "He was “the deciding factor.”     »

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