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Helen Mirren At The BBC (1974-1995, incl. 11 BBC dramas + interviews) [DVD]
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This elegantly packaged box set contains 11 BBC films starring the award-winning Helen Mirren, spanning dating back to 1974.
The Changling (1974)
The Apple Cart (1975)
Caesar and Claretta (1975)
The Philanthropist (1975)
The Little Minister (1975)
The Country Wife (1977)
Blue Remembered Hills (1979)
Mrs Reinhardt (1981)
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1981)
The Hawk (1995)
Running time: 17 hours
Extras: Michael Parkinson interview from 1975 and a exclusive interview with Helen Mirren; 16 Page collectors booklet.
Six-disc box set containing eleven of the dramas Helen Mirren starred in for the BBC. Includes: The Changeling, The Apple Cart, Caesar and Claretta, The Philanthropist, The Little Minister, The Country Wife, Blue Remembered Hills, Mrs Reinhardt, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Cymbeline and The Hawk.
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For those who weren't luckily enough to see her in RSC glory (me!) I recommend you get this to watch a great actress at work.
and a chance to see her as the fine actress she has
always been since the 1970s.
Another revelation is that all the talk of dumbing
down at the BBC is true. In the 1970s it broadcast
two 17th century plays with fine casts and high
production standards. Obviously, viewers were assumed
to be intelligent and capable of responding to high
culture. Today the BBC would never dream of broadcasting
these two plays.
Mirren also sparkled in as the beautiful Gypsy in JM Barrie's intriguing The Little Minister.
The tense thriller The Hawk (loosely based on the Yorkshire Ripper) was also convincing. So also (to a lesser extent) Mrs Reinhardt.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There are some excellent early plays by Helen Mirren before she became famousPublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
Enjoyable films; good entertainment., Some more to my taste than others.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
It'll take me an age to work my way through this set, but its a delight if what ive seen so far is anything to go byPublished 2 months ago by Cathy's Choice
I only was looking for Blue Remembered Hills, but stumbled on this at half the price of the single dvd. It was a no-brainer! Especially if, like me, you love Helen Mirren. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. Tilbury
What one earth were the few negative reviews here expecting?, are they not real Mirren fans?, one said "not what I expected"?, what did they expect? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ron Wylie