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Tales of the Unexpected: Series 3 [DVD Video Disc] [1981] £7.19 delivered @ DVD Source

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All nine stand-alone episodes from the third series of the macabre television drama, based on the stories by popular author Roald Dahl. In this series; In 'The Flypaper,' a young woman being stalked seeks refuge in an old woman's caravan. Distraught, the youngster disappears. We then meet a old man and are shown that the caravan is near a lake. In 'A Picture Of A Place,' Hazel is a gullible old widow whose farmhouse is full of antiques. Merv is a charming con man that buys a valuable picture from her for a knock-down price... but, somehow, all is not quite as it seems. Also includes episodes: 'Proof Of Guilt,' 'Vengeance Is Mine,' 'A Girl Can't Always Have Everything,' 'Parson's Pleasure,' 'The Stinker,' 'I'll Be Seeing You' and 'The Party.'
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Some very good episodes in this series

Always remember "The Stinker" with the excellent Denholm Elliot acting the lead..

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This Tales of the Unexpected episode features Denholm Elliott as Harold, a man who hasn't been totally successful in his career and who is despised by his flighty wife (Patricia Quinn, Magenta from the Rocky Horror Picture Show). He meets up with Jack (Joss Ackland) who is not only successful, but who is the school bully from years gone by who tormented Harold with the nickname 'The Stinker'.

So far the tale resembles the John Mills episode, Galloping Foxley, but The Stinker turns out to be a little bit darker..

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