40 Years on Coronation Street (2000)

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A very special show commemorating forty years of British soap "Coronation Street". Includes rare cast interviews, celebrity tributes, and plenty of clips!

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Jean Alexander ...
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Amanda Barrie ...
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Cilla Black ...
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Johnny Briggs ...
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Max Clifford ...
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Elizabeth Dawn ...
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Betty Driver ...
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Sally Dynevor ...
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Judy Finnigan ...
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Lucy Gannon ...
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Julie Goodyear ...
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Alan Halsall ...
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A very special show commemorating forty years of British soap "Coronation Street". Includes rare cast interviews, celebrity tributes, and plenty of clips!

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Okay for the first time you see it.
15 August 2012 | by (England, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is one of the few documentaries which was made on Coronation Street which focuses on the history of the programme.

No matter how hard they try, they can never seem to make them interesting. I'm left feeling if they showed anything that I would be interested in.

There is basically old clips and interviews galore, but nothing too special. As I have mentioned before the clips do not have any special length on their own, they are cut too short and the interviews go on too long.

If you want to see some proper vintage (and uninterrupted) Corrie, your best bet is to get the DVD box-sets.

I know my comments for such documentaries are the very similar, but that's what they're all like.

When you've seen one, you've seen them all, what's the point of so many of them?


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