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I use to watch this as a child and I always thought that Worzel( John
pertwee) was funny as Worzel and Aunt Sally(Una Stubbs) Any child would
the series. It showed on British tv in the late 70s and early 80s. Worzel
supposed to be looking after scatterbrook farm and comes to life and
The two Peters children are friends of Worzel's. He was always getting
trouble from the crowman for not being at his post and always wanted a cup
of tea and a slice of cake. Its now Available to buy on VHs and Dvd over
here in the uk.
One this Worzel loves is Aunt Sally who always wanted to better herself. Its a pitty its not shown anymore as the children today would like it.
An Edwardian Professor and a team go to South America where they think that dinosaurs live. The Lost World BBC tv series is great its like Jurassic park but a little better with good graphics the people who made walking with dinosaurs and walking with beasts did this excellent series and used them.. I think Peter Falk was great and Bob Hoskins. I especially liked the part where a young man went right up to a baby dinosaur and offered it a leaf plant. For tv series made over two hours cut into two parts it was very interesting and some parts have you jumping a bit with no warning of whats to come so if you haven't seen this great British tv series do if you like Jurassic park then you will like this one.
a young boy called Rodger is convinced that he is actually a rat and lives down a sewer,he remembers being at the palace as a footman and seeing a lovely young girl called Lady Aurelia who captures the heart of the prince. But Rodger remembers her as being a Servant girl called Mary Jane who is kind to him when he was a rat. Rodger lives with an Irish couple Mrs Jones(Brenda fricker) Edward Fox is great as well in the series as some gentleman who lives at the palace, young Rodger eats anything he can lay his hands on chairs, tables and even pencils, the mini series is great and children will love its a nice Sunday tea time slot here in the U.K it is made jointly with the BBC and Canada. the title is called When I was a Rat, so anyone who loves dramas or fairly tales this is one for you.
a great film of a an American businessman who finds that he is adopted and
needs a bone marrow transplant for his cancer, but he must go to england
find his birth mother, I thought mad about you star Paul Risser was great
the part and Julie Walters as his mother. As an American he had to see what
does go on in england but calling a council house a house near a dust bid
got me as over here not many can afford, private houses but it made me
in places. I liked it when he met his brothers and fell for his brother's
wife, so if you want to see this film want a laugh see this one an American
businessman seeing where he was born and his birth mother lives in
and getting use to their ways, and British ways.
I thought for an August bank holiday it was nice to see the mini series Victoria and Albert I liked the way Jonathan Firth and Victoria hamilton played the royal couple if anyone likes royalty then this is for you and I do reccomend it.
I thought Lorna Doone was great for the christmas holidays. it was different than the 1990 version,. this version added more to it you saw more of doone valley and the evilness of carver doone some of the scenes were the same, but a lot longer. 170 mins put into two parts. Richard Coyle did a great john ridd. a lot of fighting in it and romance so if you haven't seen it do.
I have seen the film it was shown over the easter weekend here and it's great i have seen many of the different versions when I was a child but this one is great the puppets and special effects in just two hours they managed to get two books in and it wasn't that much different to the version made in the 1970's except that one was musical,but it's just the same except for the new bits added on to the story.