E. A. Redfearn

Top Reviewer Ranking: 651
Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (4,165 of 4,655)
Location: Middlesbrough
Birthday: 21 Nov

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 651 - Total Helpful Votes: 4165 of 4655
Bonnie Scotland (Laurel & Hardy) [DVD] [1935] <b>DVD</b> ~ Stan Laurel
A few years ago, a box set of Laurel and Hardy films was released containing something like 21 DVDs. For some reason, this classic comedy was not in the set. So, it is more than welcome that this very funny film can be purchased separately to add to the set. It is one of their best comedies; Stan and Ollie, whilst in Scotland collecting their supposed inheritance, accidently join the Army and are sent to India. There are some really funny set pieces in this film, and of course, James Finlayson makes an appearance like he usually does in a Laurel and Hardy comedy. Picture and sound for a film made during the mid 1930s is pretty good making this a worthwhile purchase not only for Laurel and… Read more
TP-Link TL-SF1005D 5-Port 10/100Mbps Unmanaged Des&hellip by TP-Link
5.0 out of 5 stars Works Extremely Well, 17 May 2014
Having set up a home network system these past few months using a Powerline Plug system, I realised that I needed an Ethernet port to connect all my components together without constantly switching the leads. This TP-Link Port is ideal since there are five ports, one which is needed for the Powerline Ethernet from the wall. The other four are connected to my Samsung Smart TV; 3d Smart Blu-Ray, PS3 and an Android StreamTV Box. All the components work well without drop outs, stuttering etc. At the price being offered, it is great value and a worthwhile component for any home networking system. Highly recommended.
La Carga De La Brigada Ligera (The Charge of the L&hellip
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Difficult to purchase in the UK, I welcomed the opportunity to purchase a copy from an overseas seller. Although the packaging is in Spanish, and the DVD has Spanish subtitles, they can be switched off. For years, this Errol Flynn classic has been one of my favourite all time films. Full of action, with a very strong love interest at the core centre of the story; two brothers love the same woman played by the lovely Olivia de Havilland. Most of the action takes place on the north-west frontier of India with British forces being threatened by a local tribesman, Surit Khan, whose life is once saved by a British officer played by Errol Flynn. After a British garrison is massacred by Khan's… Read more

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