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Moonlighting - Series 1-5 - Complete [DVD] - £37.48 @

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RRP: £79.99 | Price: £37.48 You Save: £42.51 (53%) Next Cheapest:- - £42.99 The Hut - £44.85 Zavvi - £44.85 - £44.89 WH Smith - £44.93 Actors: Cybill Shepherd… Read More
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RRP: £79.99 | Price: £37.48
You Save: £42.51 (53%)

Next Cheapest:- - £42.99
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Actors: Cybill Shepherd, Bruce Willis
Format: Box set, PAL
Region: Region 2
Number of discs: 10
Classification: 15
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
DVD Release Date: 14 Sep 2009
Run Time: 2500 minutes


Uncompromising former model Maddie Hayes (Cybill Shepherd, THE LAST PICTURE SHOW) loses her fortune to an embezzling accountant; all she has left are a few money-losing businesses retained as tax write-offs. Among these is the Blue Moon Detective Agency, which Maddie plans to sell off until the fast-talking detective David Addison (Bruce Willis, DIE HARD, THE SIXTH SENSE, PULP FICTION) convinces her that the business can turn a profit. The two form a partnership, solving the eccentric cases that are forever turning up at Blue Moon. Meanwhile, the wisecracking, smart, but slovenly David and the beautiful, icy, slightly snobbish Maddie navigate the growing romantic tension between them. This release includes the complete series of the show.
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Still a tad expensive to consider for me, but I wouldn't mind watching at least the first series again; some good memories there... and a wry smile every time you think how successful Willis became (and Shepherd fell from grace) when he was the relative "unknown" talent at the beginning of this show.

Most memorable lines, though, I think went to Allyce Beasley playing receptionist Agnes DiPesto.

Classic TV. I hope it isn't a disappointment when I eventually re-watch it.


Great show, but it went off the boil once Maddie & David got together in Season 3 was it?

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