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Vicar of Dibley: The Divine Collection [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: BBC Warner
  • DVD Release Date: 22 Feb 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007US8D4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 485,876 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 15 Mar 2004
Format: DVD
THE VICAR OF DIBLEY series must be seen if for no other reason than for the delightful eccentricity of its characters. It played on the British telly from 1994-2000.
As the first episode opens, the aged male vicar of the St. Barnabus Anglican church in the small, rural, village of Dibley dies during Sunday service. The parish council, chaired by the sensible and straight-laced landed gent David Horton (Gary Waldhorn), requests a new vicar from the local bishop. Much to the council's surprise, who should be assigned but the Rev. Geraldine Grainger (Dawn French). On her arrival by cab in the midst of a rainstorm, Geraldine, a young, single, full-figured woman, stuns Horton by saying, "I'll bet you weren't expecting a woman. Or someone with these" - while gesturing to her ample bosom.
Thus, Grainger invades the Dibley community. And, as Horton later - much later after many differences of opinion - admits, she's the best vicar the parish has ever had.
The strength of the series is in the supporting roles. There's squire Horton, of course, driven to frequent bemusement and exasperation by Geraldine and his council members. These include his own dim-witted son, Hugo (James Fleet), who's in love with the mentally challenged parish verger, Alice Tinker (Emma Chambers), who has the intellectual capacity of a brick. Then, there's Jim Trott (Trevor Peacock), who has the nervous habit of prefacing any statement with "No, no ... no, no, no." (During one episode, the viewer is introduced to Mrs. Trott, whose foible is the opposite: "Yes, yes ... yes, yes, yes". But she's never seen again.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By "bec_taylor" on 1 Feb 2004
Format: DVD
The sleepy village of Dibley has a new vicar, but it's not your standard order bloke with beard,
bible and bad breath - it's Dawn French, of the hilarious comedy duo French and Saunders.
Armed with a sharp wit, a double dose of double entendre and healthy supply of chocolate,
she brings the town's lovable - though rather eccentric inhabitants a hysterical new outlook on life,
love and the Church of England that will leave audiences in stitches!
EPISODES
1st Series 1994
1. Arrival
2. Songs of Praise
3. Community Spirit
4. The Window and the Weather
5. Elections
6. Animals
Various Specials 1996 - 1997
7. The Easter Bunny (40 min)
8. The Christmas Lunch Incident (45 min)
9. Ballykissdibley (11 min)
10. Engagement (40 min)
2nd Series 1998
11. Dibley Live
12. Celebrity Vicar
13. Love and Marriage
3rd Series 1999
14. Autumn
15. Winter
16. Spring
17. Summer
Extras
Documentary: The Real Vicars Of Dibley
Behind-the-scenes from Comic Relief
Photo gallery
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 Jun 2004
Format: DVD
This fine collection includes all the three series of the hilarious Vicar of Dibley. Some of the jokes seem to get repeated a little more often than necessary during the run of this show, but it doesn't erase the fact that this is excellent comedy with a fantastic set of characters played by just the right actors.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ms Amy E. Robinson on 5 Feb 2004
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Dawn French. Enough said. She is FANTASTIC as Geraldine, the Chocolate and Sean Bean loving Vicar of a small town of Dibley. This set also includes the comic relief specials featuring the cast of BBC great, Ballykissangel and the Duchess of York. All three series together. Divine. Dawn French I bow to you and to Richard Curtis, the genius of BlackAdder and Love Actually (which sadly should have included Dawn French) to you I say, 'Wow, thanks for always putting a smile on my face' Seriously, if I am depressed, watching anything with the beautiful Dawn French or anything written by Richard Curtis will soon put me in a good frame of mind and restore me to my old self. Vicar of Dibley is in the top three Best British Sitcoms (TV show) and now you know why.

Its just a shame that the 2 comic relief specials were not on the UK version at time of release. The UK should have the better special features damnit!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "planetblonde2" on 13 Mar 2004
Format: DVD
Having just watched the Best of British, I like many others think that this comedy is a marvel! It's very light hearted and off the cuff, the gags just role off their tongues! Richard Curtis is undoubtedly one of the best comedy writers in the country and another series would certainly go down well! I'm often referred to as a bit of an "Alice", she's very warm and uninhibited and doesn't really have a clue! The other characters seem to make the programme and this is demonstrated by the episodes shown! Having got all these episodes on DVD (except ballykissdibley) it's one of these shows that can be watched at anytime with anyone! Brillo!!
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