[DVD] 10 Disc - A Celebration Of British Film - £10.28 @ Amazon Free del [£43 Elsewhere]Ten All-time Classics [DVD] - Confetti/Mrs Henderson Presents/The Full Monty/Titanic/Four Weddings And A Funeral/A Fish Called/The King And I/The Queen. - HotUKDeals
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[DVD] 10 Disc - A Celebration Of British Film - £10.28 @ Amazon Free del [£43 Elsewhere]Ten All-time Classics [DVD] - Confetti/Mrs Henderson Presents/The Full Monty/Titanic/Four Weddings And A Funeral/A Fish Called/The King And I/The Queen. £10.43

£10.43 @ Amazon
10 Discs. Synopsis Features the British films THE QUEEN, MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS, THE FULL MONTY, CONFETTI, FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL, A FISH CALLED WANDA, CHARIOTS OF FIRE, TITANIC, AN AFFAIR TO… Read More
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10 Discs.

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Features the British films THE QUEEN, MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS, THE FULL MONTY, CONFETTI, FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL, A FISH CALLED WANDA, CHARIOTS OF FIRE, TITANIC, AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER, and THE KING AND I.
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#1
A good set, hot
#2
posted 5 days ago
#3
pedroman
posted 5 days ago


No some nonsensical deal was posted.:?here
#4
Adam2050
No some nonsensical deal was posted.:?here


He explaind that amazon was doing a reduced price and made his post to fit after making it originally for play..com

Press the go to deal link and you see it is the same deal...not really dificult is it!

Oh, and you have 2 different prices in your post too!
#5
pedroman
He explaind that amazon was doing a reduced price and made his post to fit after making it originally for play..com

Press the go to deal link and you see it is the same deal...not really dificult is it!

Oh, and you have 2 different prices in your post too!


Its a confusing post.

The two prices are the price comparison and the price. Hope that helps.
[mod]#6
I think as that deal was posted as Play and this one as Amazon that both posts are fine to stay
#7
andywedge
I think as that deal was posted as Play and this one as Amazon that both posts are fine to stay


Thanks for the time taken to clarify that.:)
#8
Confetti, Mrs Henderson Presents and The Queen aren't exactly all-time classics are they? Still a very nice deal though. Heat added.
#9
And Titanic is British how? Canadian director, 20th Century Fox (US), filmed in California..

One actress makes a film British?
#10
big b0y
And Titanic is British how? Canadian director, 20th Century Fox (US), filmed in California..

One actress makes a film British?


I was thinking the same thing... bizarre
#11
big b0y
And Titanic is British how? Canadian director, 20th Century Fox (US), filmed in California..

One actress makes a film British?


10 DVDs for £10.28? Because there are10 obviously not every one will be your cup of tea if you buy it and throw "Titanic" away you have still got a bargain at this price :roll:
#12
osiris
10 DVDs for £10.28? Because there are10 obviously not every one will be your cup of tea if you buy it and throw "Titanic" away you have still got a bargain at this price :roll:


Pipe down old chap! Was simply a question how it can be regarded as British. Do you see any any negative comments about the deal or the price?

No - so leave it alone. :x
banned#13
Fast Eddie;6567154
Confetti, Mrs Henderson Presents and The Queen aren't exactly all-time classics are they? Still a very nice deal though. Heat added.

I wouldnt say ANY of them are classics :thumbsup:

At best, middle of the road.
#14
big b0y
Pipe down old chap! Was simply a question how it can be regarded as British. Do you see any any negative comments about the deal or the price?

No - so leave it alone. :x


The "Titanic" was a british ship wasn't it? :whistling:
#15
osiris
The "Titanic" was a british ship wasn't it? :whistling:


And Back to the Future is an Irish classic.
#16
big b0y
And Back to the Future is an Irish classic.

The original "Titanic" film was A Night To Remember (1958) which was by anyones standards a british film but was called TITANIC in the USA http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051994/releaseinfo#akas The more recent version was more historically accurate, in A Night To Remember it was "Women and Children First!" . However the reallity was 1st Class FIRST with 3rd class passengers being locked in
#17
osiris
The original "Titanic" film was A Night To Remember (1958) which was by anyones standards a british film but was called TITANIC in the USA http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051994/releaseinfo#akas The more recent version was more historically accurate, in A Night To Remember it was "Women and Children First!" . However the reallity was 1st Class FIRST with 3rd class passengers being locked in


Regardless of the UK original, the version on the 'British Box Set' was - Filmed in California by a US studio with a Canadian director!

I notice that the Stallone version of 'Get Carter' and the Mark Wahlberg version of the 'Italian Job' didn't make it onto the British Box Set!
#18
big b0y
Regardless of the UK original, the version on the 'British Box Set' was - Filmed in California by a US studio with a Canadian director!

I notice that the Stallone version of 'Get Carter' and the Mark Wahlberg version of the 'Italian Job' didn't make it onto the British Box Set!


Neither Did The Originals

Most Cinema is international these days maybe this box set should have The Lavender Hill Mob, Passport to Pimlico, Brighton Rock and 10 Rillington Place instead. Should Blade Runner, American Gangster, etc not be considered American films as Ridley Scott was the Director? By the way how do you feel about Chariots of Fire with Dodi Fayed: Executive Producer?
How dare they make a film about a British ship hitting an iceberg in the atlantic on its maiden voyage..... in California!:p
#19
Bored now.

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