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on 18 October 2003
A story based on a world that every adult would love to be a part of and every child can relate to.
The story of a young girl's power wih a 50pence piece and her power to change the world she lives in, whilst having to recognise the cosequences of the decisions she makes. If only we too as adults could become part of this world.
Literature with a clear storyline and an imaginative approach that everyone can enjoy
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on 18 January 2003
Harmoney parker loves animals. there is only one problem she can never have one beacause her parents think they are discusting things.the only way she was ever going to get an animal was by some sort of magic. when her uncle ginger comes to stay he leaves harmoney a clue to find a present he left for her when she gets it it's a 50p. why whould her favourite uncle give her a old 50p? whats so special about an ordinary coin? but is it? a brillant video based on the 1995 cbbc series.
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on 12 September 2014
Why this series hasn't been released on DVD is a mystery, still if you can find the videos, get them and enjoy them!
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on 2 May 2007
This video is the first series of the drama The Queen's Nose. It is about a girl named Harmany Parker(amazingly played by Victoria Sharlet) who gets give a magical coin by her Uncle Ginger.
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on 25 November 2007
I Remember watching this when i was in primary school, good acting and visuals for the era, about due on dvd? Should hope so, not many people have vcr's anymore :)
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