I purchased this solely for the documentary "A Profile of Genevieve" but, despite the claims printed on the back cover, it does not appear on the disc. I already own the content that does appear as I own the copy that comes with the Kenneth More box set. It appears ITV have used the discs authored for this collection and slapped a different cover on it. I was disappointed enough when I bought the box set for it not to appear so I am not best pleased to discover the documentary was missing. That was the only reason why I bought it.
This is an illegal pirate copy of the film "The Challenge" which is now being released officially by Renown Pictures. You will be pleased that, as well as selling illegal pirate DVD, Amazon will be selling the legitimate release.
Although the cover of this DVD contains an Australian PG classification, neither Cat and Mouse (1974) or High Treason (1951) have ever been classified as PGs by the Australian Classification Board. In fact, only Cat and Mouse has ever been classified and that was with an 'M' certificate.
The PG certificate has been added to make this look like a legitimate release when it is really a bootleg from which you can not expect quality. Only official distributors have access to the best materials top produce quality DVDs.
You can buy a Spanish DVD of Cat and Mousey. If you are in the UK, you can not legally buy a Spanish DVD of this film from a UK based seller but you can buy a copy legally from another European country for yourself to be sent to the UK.
Amazon allows sellers to list bootleg DVDs to be sold by its Amazon business sellers.
You can buy a legitimate copy released by Network DVD, also available from Amazon.
Granada International own the rights to this film and have never licensed anything to Orbit Media / Blackhorse Entertainment. Orbit Media release films in the public domain or films that are in copyright but not copyright they hold. Amazon then help them sell their bootleg discs.