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Tales of the Unexpected: The Complete Series (DVD) - Only £17.99 @ BlahDVD

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Synopsis Contains every series of TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED. Based on Roald Dahl's chilling, eerie, and imaginative short stories, this series of stand-alone episodes fascinated children and adults… Read More
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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
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Contains every series of TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED. Based on Roald Dahl's chilling, eerie, and imaginative short stories, this series of stand-alone episodes fascinated children and adults alike during its run on British television. Features all 112 episodes.
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#1
Thats an amazing price, its £49.99 in Amazon.
#2
I ordered on Friday and is now showing as shipped!
#3
Incredible price for this, shocking production values and some weak stories aside there is an element of charm to these if not just to see some of the actors of yesteryear, like a very young Amanda Redman (New Tricks, At Home With The Braithwaites).

Heat added.
#4
More like "Tales of the Bleadin' Obvious”
#5
I absolutely hated this program when I was younger the music the whole thing where so cheesy. Its probably a good price but i wouldn't want it if I was given it.
#6
nice find thanks
1 Like #8
This brings back great memories of watching this on Sunday nights. My mum and dad would occasionally let me stay up late as I had school the next day.
#9
The one with Ron Moody as the wine expert is amazing. He should have been given a Bafta for the perfect portrayal of a pompous bellend par-excellancé. They are rubbish, mind, but it doesn't really matter. Watched a Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense recently and want to see more. Hated "Children of the Full Moon" but lots of people have great memories of it.
#10
supergoose
This brings back great memories of watching this on Sunday nights. My mum and dad would occasionally let me stay up late as I had school the next day.


LOL did you always jump out of your chair to do the dance at the beginning?! I did!!
#11
Voted hot & ordered. Theme tune takes me back to being a child though, wasn't allowed to watch it but managed to watch it when it was repeated when I was older.
#12
Just ordered it, thanks for the heads up! Heat added.
#13
Currently unavailable....

Edited By: little ern on Apr 25, 2011 11:57
#14
£29.99 now, expired.

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