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Mr. Selfridge 3 Seasons 2013

The first series of the ITV period drama tracing the story of the founder of the famous London department store. In 1909, fresh from a successful retail career in Chicago, a dashing Harry Selfridge (Jeremy Piven) arrives in London intent on building the world's largest department store in the capital's Oxford Street.

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Jeremy Piven, Katherine Kelly

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1. Mr. Selfridge - Episode 1

London, 1908. The bold retailer, Harry Selfridge (Jeremy Piven), is assembling his great plans for the biggest and finest department store the world has ever seen at the 'dead Mr. Selfridge 47 end' of Oxford Street.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2013 1 hour, 2 minutes
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2. Mr. Selfridge - Episode 2

Selfridge's has now been open for a few months. The displays are still as dazzling and seductive as on opening day, and the staff are ready and poised for action. The only thing the store is missing...is customers! Lady Mae (Katherine Kelly) stops by the Selfridge house to see how Rose Selfridge (Frances O'Connor) and the family are settling in. Slightly disapproving of the fun-loving and e...

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2013 45 minutes
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3. Mr. Selfridge - Episode 3

Harry has a new idea: he wants to create a new Beauty Counter at the front of the store that sells perfume and even makeup - much to the consternation of some of his staff. Agnes runs into trouble with Reg, whilst Victor is still interested in her. Both Lois and Henri spot the threat of an ascendant Ellen Love, and Agnes helps Henri develop the new house perfume.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2013 45 minutes
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4. Mr. Selfridge - Episode 4

Harry scores a massive coup when world-famous ballerina Anna Pavlova agrees to visit the store. Feeling coolness in Harry's affections, a disgruntled Ellen leans on Frank for support. Reg's violent tendencies reach breaking point when he crashes into the store at the worst of moments. Victor saves the day, and prevents George from getting into hot water in the loading bay.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2013 44 minutes
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5. Mr. Selfridge - Episode 5

Harry revels in the display motorcar brought in for the store's new motoring merchandise. Roddy surprises Rose at home - and young Beatrice sees him steal a kiss! Harry visits Agnes, persuading her back to the store. Victor and Agnes fall out on her return as they can no longer court, but Henri is particularly pleased to see her back. Lady Mae makes a play for Victor.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2013 46 minutes
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6. Mr. Selfridge - Episode 6

Harry is unconscious after his car accident - and he suffers more flashbacks to a specific moment in his childhood. The Selfridge family are in disarray by Harry's bedside. The store is gripped waiting for news when word arrives that Mrs Grove has died - big news for Miss Mardle.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2013 43 minutes
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7. Mr. Selfridge - Episode 7

Literary giant and Spiritualist Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is in for a book signing when he persuades Harry to hold a séance in the store. Harry and Crabb work to deliver a valuable stock issue from the bank - with a little help from Lady Mae and Musker.

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8. Mr. Selfridge - Episode 8

The Selfridges' old friends Frank and Jennie Woolworth are in London and Harry smells competition. Harry wants to beat him at his own game and sets about having a mid-season sale when he realises he can't buy anything in his store for a threepenny piece. Things get awkward for Rose when she bumps into Roddy at Lady Mae's soiree; even more so when Rosalie takes a shine to him.

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9. Mr. Selfridge - Episode 9

Man of the moment, Ernest Shackleton has been invited to the store by Harry to give a lecture. But Harry's rattled by news of the death of an ex-employee. Meanwhile, Rose is forced to tell Harry that Roddy is making a nuisance of himself but when Harry encounters him in the store, he's shocked by what Roddy tells him. Elsewhere, Grove and Doris console each other in their sadness.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2013 43 minutes
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10. Mr. Selfridge - Episode 10

Harry's excitement about a 'royal' visitor to the store is tempered by an invitation to the first night of Ellen Love's play. Lady Mae insists that Rose attend - it's not the done thing to refuse a royal invitation. Lois pleads with Rose that Harry needs her now more than ever and so she agrees, reluctantly, to help him. It's a decision that Harry and Rose are both going to regret.

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Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Jon Jones
Starring Jeremy Piven, Katherine Kelly
Supporting actors Frances O'Connor, Gregory Fitoussi, Aisling Loftus, Trystan Gravelle, Zoe Tapper
Season year 2013
Network NBC Universal
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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"Mr Selfridge" is being shown here on DSTV in South Africa and follows on from the showing of Series 2 of "Downton Abbey". Therefore i was expecting a let down after the excellence of "Downton Abbey", but to my pleasant suprise, this English TV Drama series is in my opinion a worthy competitor to "Downton Abbey" and dare i say it, i think it is a better series.

The attention to detail of the period is outstanding,the plot concerning the founding and running of Selfridges London Store is intriguing and cannot wait for each weekly episode and am suprised that it did not get any Emmy Awards. Mr Selfridge played by Jeremy Niven cannot be faulted, while the rest of the cast play their roles superbly.
The plot flows so sublimely, far better than "Downton Abbey" and you are transported in to early 20th century London quite magnificently.

A must see for lovers of quality English period dramas.
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I adore both the actresses Frances O'Connor and Zoe Tapper, and have seen them in many other television series and films, and Frances O'Connor on the West End stage. They are not "unknowns". They are skilled and talented jobbing actors. And I am not familiar with the actor playing Mr Selfridge, but I am enjoying his performance very much.

This is social history mixed with economic history mixed with melodrama and sensuality (Andrew Davies - Mr-Darcy-in-wet-shirt-creator - is the writer) mixed with beautiful dresses and perfumes. Personally I go for the first two, and my five-year-old daughter goes for the last one. (She can never have too many pretty dresses in her life.)

It is based on the real life history of Harry Selfridge, an American who moved to Britain and opened London's first modern-style department store in around 1908. Everything he does is radically different to what everyone else is doing, and he deals with every obstacle with great exuberance and enthusiasm, that is very different to what other British period dramas depict. I love that energy.

There are guest appearances from other historical characters of the day - the ballerina Anna Pavlova, writer Conan Doyle, a Frenchman who flew the Channel for the first time, gangs of rather glammed-up Suffragettes - as well as lots of pointing out that it is a new century and a new world, with cars and planes and suchlike changing life as everyone knows it. I'm actually very interested in the Edwardian period of history for precisely that reason. I especially love the minute aspects of history that come into the programme, like make-up having to be sold under the counter because it's linked with being an escort, or comments about how the shop girls automatically have to resign if they get married - it's a lovely introduction to the female side of history.

So currently it's my favourite show on television, and I actually prefer it to "Downton Abbey."
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Mr. Selfridge gets better with every episode you watch. Although I did find Piven's Selfridge a but irritating in the first episode, his character quickly grew on me (even if he is a bit of a bastard at times). However, what really won me over was the lovely Agnes, so beautifully played by Aisling Loftus. Brilliant character!

All in all, Mr. Selfridge is definately worth a watch. I am now eagerly anticipating the second series.
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Fantastic viewing. Can't wait for series two. Attention to detail is exquisite. Stories are rich and each episode takes you on another interesting adventour in the development of this iconic London Store. Who new they have the largest shoe hall in the world selling over 7k pairs per week. Check out the two special features on the disc fascinating viewing. 5 stars hands down.
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I really do love this series. The series is brilliantly cast and there is very believable atmosphere and costumes. The writing and production, locations, production as well as the acting are all excellent.

The series continues the true life story of Harry Selfridge and his business empire. The attention to period detail and the great characterisation together with solid plot lines is excellent viewing, Anyone who likes period costume dramas will like this,
This is an outstanding production. And deserves much praise.
This DVD set would be one to get and to watch over and over. I would like to get it but the DVD is a disappointment to me and people like me,

I am writing this review after seeing a number of episodes as transmitted on TV and then the DVD set.
I am doing so because I have an issue with what is the DVD release. . I do have one criticism and it is a big issue for me. When the series was transmitted on TV it had Audio Description on it. Something that is invaluable for people who are partially sighted or Blind. Here on these DVD releases there is no Audio Description mentioned for its issue on DVD. The deaf and hard of hearing have been catered for with subtitles which has almost become the norm for DVD releases.

But the visually impaired are being left behind with many companies neglecting to include Audio Description. The Subtitles were on the transmitted version and so was the Audio Description. But here there are subtitles but no Audio Description,

There is little excuse for this. This programme has been very successful so it cannot be down to cost. Come on DVD manufacturers include the Audio Description. Someone went to the trouble of making Audio Description for the TV transmission, so why not include it here.
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