Anthony Hopkins - In The Frame 6 DVD Boxset: £8.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco/RAC 5% @ Play (The Looking Glass War/84 Charing Cross Road/Remains Of The Day/Legends Of The Fall/Bram Stoker's Dracula/The Hunchback Of Notre Dame) - HotUKDeals
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This box set contains the following films:

The Looking Glass War (Dir. Frank Pierson) (1969): In exchange for political asylum, Polish defector Leiser (Jones) agrees to return behind the Iron Curtain to confirm the suspicions of the British Security Chief that East Germany is building a rocket in violation of the disarmament pact. Once in East Berlin, Leiser falls in love with a beautiful young girl and the couple decide to flee the espionage experts - both East and West - to start a new life together. But they soon find themselves pawns in the brutal game where the stakes are human lives.

84 Charing Cross Road (Dir. David Hugh Jones) (1986): A heart-warming drama in which Anne Bancroft stars as a New York collector of rare books. Little does she know that a letter to a small bookshop in London will lead to a 20 year love affair with the staff and the city...

Remains Of The Day (Dir. James Ivory) (1993): Stevens is the perfect English butler. Now employed by Mr Lewis, the new American owner of Darlington Hall, Stevens has spent the best part of his working life serving Lord Darlington, the host of many prestigious international conferences in the 1930s. It was only when war broke out in 1939, that Lord Darlington's involvement with the Nazi party was uncovered.

Now, twenty years later, Stevens realizes that his unquestioning faith and dedication to duty were misplaced, and cost him dearly in his own personal life. Over several years, he carried on an intense relationship with the Estate's attractive young housekeeper, Miss Kenton. But his unwavering sense of duty led Stevens to deny his emotions - and eventually drive away the one woman he loved. Now he wants to make amends...

Legends Of The Fall (Dir. Edward Zwick) (1994): Colonel William Ludlow (Sir Anthony Hopkins) built a ranch in the remote foothills of the Montana Rockies where he brought up his three sons away from the carnage of the Indian wars. Alfred (Aidan Quinn) the eldest, is dutiful and reserved, Samuel (Henry Thomas) the beloved youngest, is compassionate and idealistic, while the middle brother Tristan (Brad Pitt) has a wild untameable spirit. Into this masculine world enters Susannah Finncannon (Julia Ormond), a beautiful intelligent woman who stirs a passion and rivalry in all three brothers that will change the course of their lives and shape their destinies forever. From the rugged prairie lands of 19th Century America to the trenches of World War I and the changing world beyond, 'Legends of the Fall' is a sweeping, star-studded epic - a passionate journey into the darkest secrets of love, betrayal and the unbreakable bonds of blood.

Bram Stoker's Dracula (Dir. Francis Ford Coppola) (1992): Francis Ford Coppola returns to the original source of the Dracula to create a modern masterpiece. It follows the tortured journey of the devastatingly seductive Transylvanian Prince (Gary Oldman) as he moves from Eastern Europe to 19th century London in search of his long lost Elisabeta, who is reincarnated as the beautiful Mina (Winona Ryder)...

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame (Dir. Michael Tuchner) (1982): Classic version of Hugo's tragic tale of unrequited love. Quasimodo is the deformed bellringer of Notre Dame, taunted and brutalised by the townspeople because of his repellent appearance. Despite his outward appearance, however, Quasimodo has a tender heart, as he demonstrates when he falls in love with beautiful gypsy girl Esmerelda.
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