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Lovejoy: The Lovejoy Collection - Volume 11 [DVD]
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Two episodes from the third series of the popular British television programme about the disreputable antiques dealer played by Ian McShane. In 'Kids', Lovejoy finds out that his daughter has taken up with a much older man who is claiming to be a widower. In 'Members Only', Lovejoy is asked to value the silverware at an exclusive local golf club, and discovers that it's fake. Finally, in the feature-length 'Highland Fling', Lovejoy's discovery of some old sketches sends him on an expedition to Scotland to uncover an elaborate con about to be perpetrated on one of Jane's (Phyllis Logan) friends.
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If you're unfamiliar with lovejoy then you can look forward to his loveable rogue antics darting around the pretty Suffolk countryside getting into scrapes and helping damsels in distress while making money, then loosing it equally as fast with dodgy antiques deals!
looking a little dated now (the colouring on some of the earlier ones looking a bit faded) the stories still hold up really well and are a 'joy' to revisit, with not too much violence or bad language this is a bit of nostalgic escapism the whole family can still enjoy!