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on 28 March 2009
As a nine year old in 1971 I could hardly wait for Friday evenings and my weekly fix of the Persuaders to come around. Now watching it on crystal clear DVD its as funny and charming as I remember it being. My favourites are the pilot episode with the iconic car race between Rogers Aston Martin and Tony Curtis's Ferrari. This scene featured the then new split screen technique accompanied by some fab hippy music.
Each episode usually featured some very familiar faces, Joan Collins as a hip seventies photographer. Patrick Troughton as a mad Nazi and lets not forget the late great Terry Thomas. In one episode Moore plays the entire St Clair clan as they are bumped off one by one. For anyone with a penchant for seventies TV gold this is a must have collection. You can also witness the hilarious sight of Roger Moore disco dancing. That alone is worth the price of this set. A huge thumbs up.
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