Mr. C. I. Carr

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Downton Abbey - Series 3 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Hugh Bonneville
Downton Abbey - Series 3 [DVD] DVD ~ Hugh Bonneville
67 of 71 people found the following review helpful
No listing of what is on any of the discs, so here I am to help you all. Remember both Blue ray and standard copy are only in stereo, no 5.1 recording has been released.
Disc 1
Cheerful Weather for the Wedding : Film trailer : 2 minutes
Episode 1 - 1 hour 6 minutes
Episode 2 - 47 minutes
Episode 3 - 48 minutes
Extras : Downton Abbey in 1920 : 16 minutes 40 seconds
Disc 2
Episode 4 - 47 minutes
Episode 5 - 47 minutes
Episode 6 - 47 minutes
Extras : The Men of Downton : 8 Minutes 40 seconds
Disc 3
Episode 7 - 47 minutes
Episode 8 - 1 hour 7 minutes
Extras : The wedding of Lady… Read more
The Crown Jewels: The Official Illustrated History by Anna Keay
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
From the opening double page with its close up of the front of St Edwards Crown (Hardback Edition) to the final inventory of all the riches in the collection, this is the definitive collection of photographs. The camera takes us closer to the crowns and orbs than we could ever hope for in real life. In fact if you were ever this close you would probably be arrested and locked up in the Tower permanently. Well there are three versions of this book. Firstly the most expensive which features the hardback version with a Victorian pull out frieze. The main two are the stand alone hardback version verses the paperback edition. Be aware they are very different. I ordered the paperback and quickly… Read more
Love Never Dies Double Play (Blu-ray + DVD) <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Ben Lewis
It works, It works. Yes I saw the London production but most of you buying the DVD or Blu ray will not have. So lets stop comparing the two productions. It is a joy to see how a good director and designer can transform a show, worth the money for that alone. Full HD 5.1 surround sound, although my copy did cut out several times, and a running time of 2 hours. The extra is a 14 minute documentary behind the scenes, although that is not in full surround sound and judging by the change in quality is not in full HD. Strange we only have applause on the soundtrack 3 times (after 2 songs and on the finale). This happened in `CATS` DVD and takes away some of the `being their live` experience… Read more