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  • Actors: Ralph Brown, Daniel Caltagirone, Scott Maslen, Shalin Parkes, Del Synnott
  • Directors: Sheree Folkson, Rudolf Mestdagh, Nick Jones, David Thacker
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 4 Dec. 2000
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004YVEM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,888 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

Entire series of the television spin-off from Guy Ritchie's Brit hit gangster flick. In 'Lock, Stock and 200 Smoking Kalisnikovs', the gang lose out when they invest in the 'Limehouse Lag' scam, while gangster Miami Vice takes on a consignment of rifles. 'Lock, Stock and a Fist Full of Jack and Jills' sees the lads in trouble with hard man Larry Harmless after selling dodgy viagra pills round the manor. In 'Lock, Stock and Spaghetti Sauce', Spaghetti Eddie is treading on rival porn king Miami Vice's turf in order to fill the cast of his TV channel 'Sauce TV'. Meanwhile, the lads are forced to make a risqué film of their own after getting into debt with local porn merchant 'Deep Throat'. In 'Lock, Stock and Two Sips', the lads play reluctant hosts to a crazed hit-man, who has taken it upon himself to bump off Miami's entourage. In 'Lock, Stock and One Big Bullock', the lads find themselves involved with crazed gangsters and the Russian Mafia after going into the meat industry. 'Lock, Stock and a Good Slopping Out' sees them banged up when Miami Vice charges them with retrieving a valuable key from prison inmate 'Toothless'.

Synopsis

This two-DVD set presents seven episodes of the Lock Stock...... TV series, based on Guy Ritchie's gangster comedy. The collection also features a behind-the-scenes documentary and a video by Ocean Colour Scene. Episodes include: the pilot "Lock, Stock...& Four Stolen Hooves," "Lock, Stock...& 200 Smoking Kalashnikovs," "Lock, Stock...& A Fistful of Jack & Jills," "Lock, Stock...& Spaghetti Sauce," "Lock, Stock...& Two Sips," "Lock, Stock...& One Big Bullock," and "Lock, Stock...& A Good Slopping Out."

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ronan James Lowe on 7 Sept. 2005
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The tales from Guy Ritchies take on Londons mean streets continue in this tv adaptation of the hugely popular movies Lock, Stock & 2 Smoking Barrels and Snatch. Stealing horses, robbing russians, ripping of a psychotic arab called the caliph, annexing tv stations, selling dodgy viagra and generally making a nuisance of themselves the boys from the Lock go from entrepeneurs to prisoners and back again through the series narowly avoiding being either killed, buggered or brutalised in a variety of different ways.
A very entertaining series of far fetched tales that can withstand repeat viewings. Excellent.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Loxxibana on 17 Aug. 2003
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Despite a different cast, and the obvious constraints of TV series-making, this manages to be one of the most succesful transitions from big to small screen. If you never caught this on the box first time around (like me), don't think because this was produced for British television that it is soft - the language is every bit as harsh as the movie, the violence still graphic and the plot twists are every bit as fun. The supporting cast, as noted before, is uniformly excellent - especially (my favourite) Christopher Adamson as Three Feet, a hard man's hard man. Though I feel the 'rentacockneybarraboy' theme was starting to wear a bit thin by the end of the series, it manages to quit while its ahead before you find yourself asking searching questions (like, are those 4 guys joined at the hip, or what? Who the hell runs their pub while they're all out doing dodgy deals, and where do they get all their money from as the place hardly seems to be open?) Anyway, 7 hours of non-stop class...it's a deal, it's a steal....you know the rest ;)
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I agree with a few reviewers that this is not quite as good as the 2 Smoking Barrels film for the following 2 reasons.
Firstly these are episodes (made for TV) and not films, so run for around an hour instead of a full film runtime. This means there is not so much content in one episode as in a film, although you do get all the trademark ingredients of the film.
Secondly I think the original characters are just a bit better to watch than the new crew, but this may be linked to the above point.

Don't let that put you off, though. This is a very entertaining 7 episodes and well worth a look. I would say more 4 1/2 stars than 4. The transition from the large screen to the small screen is made very well. Think of these more as complimenting the films, rather than sequels, and you should be pretty happy.
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By Nick. S. on 23 Jan. 2010
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Remove "Lock, Stock...." the Movie from your mind and enjoy this on it's own merits. It uses the same basic theme of blokes getting into trouble while trying to make a fast buck, intertwined plots, humour & violence that served Mr Ritchie well at the box office but with an original cast.

This is a feature length intro episode and 6 hour(ish) long TV episodes. The plots are a bit weak in the last 2 episodes but the feature length episode is a cracker, closely followed by the first 2 episodes.

As with the Big Screen version, the music is as much of a main feature, complementing the action perfectly.

Well worth the money.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ian Rainback on 23 Feb. 2009
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Probably the best TV to come out of the UK that I can remember. I can't believe they only made the one series. British TV at it's very best. FAN-BLOODY-TASTIC !!!
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 25 Aug. 2002
Now this is one hell of a dvd, the complete 7 episodes of the 'lock, stock..tv series' spread over 6 1/2 hours and 2 discs. Which in case you've never seen it is the adventures of four likely lads (moon, jamie, lee and bacon) who own a pub called 'the lock'as they come into dealings with a whole host londons criminal underworld, and usually fall fowl of them. The first episode is a feature length movie co written by guy richie, the other 6 which average about 50 mins each are all like mini-movies and are equally as good. The acting on this dvd is superb especially Ralph Brown in his portrayal of the meancing Gangster 'Miami Vice'. With each episode brings some new characters. It also features a 12 minute behind the scenes film with tania strecker and the video to the theme tune by ocean colour scene. This is a fantastic purchase u wont regret.
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By M. J. Finch on 23 Sept. 2014
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I remember watching the series avidly, straight after seeing the movie if memory serves, and even took a VCR recording off the telly. I got the DVD recently to revisit it after many years and maybe it's because none of the original actors are in this series but I found it boring and poorly acted. Worth a look, more in memory of Lock Stock, but nothing more.
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By Brendan Ray Cyrus on 21 Nov. 2008
Rory Breaker: If you hold back anything, I'll kill ya. If you bend the truth or I think your bending the truth, I'll kill ya. If you forget anything I'll kill ya. In fact, you're gonna have to work very hard to stay alive, Nick. Now do you understand everything I've said? Because if you don't, I'll kill ya.
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