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I have tried to find this film on DVD just on the off chance it was ever done. This film is brilliant and should be released so people can see what a terrific person Donald Campbell was. This film is really good and had me gripped to the screen when it was shown years ago. Knowing what i know now about bluebird (my cousin is part of the bluebird supporting club) and Donald Campbell is truly amazing. So come on lets have this on DVD. Seeing what his family went through to break land and water records is amazing. Sir Malcolm Campbell and Donald Campbell are true hero's of Britain. After meeting people who knew the Campbells and worked around them its a true shame this film isn't on DVD for sale.
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