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Although I am too young to remember the radio series, I do have the six or seven audio stories on CD (courtesy of Australian radio and now available on BBC Audio books). I also have the three original Dick Barton films made in the late 1940's and 1950 with Don Stannard as Dick Barton who died in a car accident leaving the set of 'Dick Barton at Bay' (1950).
(Incidentally,in the Viewing Notes booklet (page 7) which comes with this DVD the photograph is not-as they say of Duncan Carse but is Don Stannard).
I had hoped that the Southern Television version would be better acted better written, better produced and have better sets;I was wrong on all… Read more