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This review is from: The Vicar of Dibley - The Ultimate Collection [DVD] (DVD)
I bought this last year with no idea of what I was buying. I was highly surprised with a very enjoyable and funny series. Love it!
I see there are still questions about the contents and the subtitles so I made this list that I hope will be helpful :) If repeated, sorry! I cannot make it through all the comments right now...
DVD 1 (First series) - No subtitles
The Arrival; Songs of Praise; Community Spirit; The Window and the Weather; Election; The Animals
Closing Sermon (end jokes)
DVD 2 (The Specials) - No subtitles
The Christmas Lunch Incident; The Easter Bunny
DVD 3 (Second series - Love and Marriage) - No subtitles
Engagement; Dibley Live; Celebrity Vicar; Love and Marriage
DVD 4 (The Seasonal Specials) - No subtitles
Autumm; Winter; Spring; Summer
DVD 5 (A very Dibley Christmas) - No subtitles
Merry Christmas; Happy New Year
Dibley Defrocked (sort of making-off)
Comic Relief - Celebrity Party
Comic Relief - Antiques Roadshow
The epilogues (end jokes)
DVD 6 (A Holy Wholly Happy Ending) - English subtitles
The Handsome Stranger; The Vicar in White
The Story of Dibley (interviews with the cast)
The Comic Relief 2007 "Wife Swap" can be found in Now That's What I Call Comedy - The Absolute Very Best of Modern Comedy [DVD] (2009) that also contains other fantastic sketches.
The Comic Relief 1997 "BallyKissDibley" is apparently not available.
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Initial post: 24 Dec 2012 11:39:18 GMT
Thank you for explaining what is actually IN this collection. There are so many other VofD Collections available (series 1, 2, 'best of' etc.) that I wanted to be sure to get everything, but not repeat DVDs.
Posted on 18 Jan 2013 22:05:27 GMT
Ms. Jmh Armstrong says:
do you know if by any chance the episodes for this version are the same in the slimline version? i am trying to decide which one to get. i love this show, but am a little stretched for cash, and as the slimline one is 11 quidish and the 'fatter' one is 19 quidish, and they are both called the ultimate collection so am trying to make proper comparisons.
In reply to an earlier post on 19 Jan 2013 00:57:42 GMT
I don't have the slim version so I cannot be sure, but as the number of DVDs and duration, along with the cover, are the same, I would guess that the contents are the same with different packaging.
I would buy the slim version and see. I guess you can always return it if it's different.
Sorry I cannot be more helpful. :)
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