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The Complete vs Ultimate Vicar of Dibley Boxed Sets
on 7 September 2009
After having enjoyed this charming series and waiting (often in vain) for re-runs on main line television I decided that owning 'me own' was the way to go to watch at will; PROBLEM - After guess work as to which one truly had ALL of the series included I settled on THE COMPLETE collection, sure that in English, complete meant 'northing more to be added' or 'everything televised is in this colletion'. Sadly this was not so. Fortunately my daughter had bought THE ULTIMATE collection and we swapped. Now I have the complete series, i.e ALL of the episodes. So it you want everything televised in the series Vicar of Dibley, 'THE ULTIMATE' is the one you want and not 'THE COMPLETE'. It would be helpful if Amazon could include on their information on the 'to buy' list the episode titles of the DVD's that are actually in the boxed sets. That way one would not be disappoointed AND would actually get what one wanted.