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Torvill & Dean With Russian All Stars  [VHS]
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Torvill and Dean perform with the Russian All Stars to a variety of music, including Ravel's 'Bolero' and a song from Phil Collins.
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on 9 December 2009
Format: VHS TapeVerified Purchase
wow!!! is all I can say, the skating on this, not only by Jayne and Chris, but by the others, is second to none. absolutly brillaint. I cant even stand on skates LOL they make it all look so easy. well worth the money, and still played fine even though on good old VHS. stunning stuff.
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on 30 March 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
I love Torvill & Dean, this was perfect. They are such smooth and innovative skaters, my favorites in the Olympics.
on 25 April 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
I have always loved Torvill & Dean. The more I see of them, the more delighted I am with them and their skating.
on 13 September 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
I have always loved watching Torill & Dean
They were not presnet much!!
on 20 May 2010 - Published on Amazon.com
I wanted to see Torvill & Dean perform but they did very little dancing in this vhs tape. Disappointed! Donated it to charity.
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excellent skating with no adds
on 12 December 1999 - Published on Amazon.com
Granted that there is not enough of Jane and Chris on this video, the quality of the skating and the imagination (looks like Christopher's style of coreography) behind the routines is first rate, as is the Russian skating and music. It is such a relief to find a video without any adds or peppy, innane commentary by intrusive announcers. If you find a better all-round skating tape, let me know! Why oh why do the British seemingly refuse to let us have a full collection of Torvill and Dean's competitive performances starting back in 1984? Only Babalonia and Gardner (are you listening, ABC?) in pairs matched them in their last world-championship performance (inexplicably submerged by an olympic disaster a month later).