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Tipping The Velvet (Complete Series DVD) £3.89 + Free Delivery @ Sendit

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Set in England in the 1890s, Tipping the Velvet is a colourful, passionate and entertaining love story, which follows our heroine's growth into womanhood. Episode 1. The glamorous world of the 19th … Read More
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Set in England in the 1890s, Tipping the Velvet is a colourful, passionate and entertaining love story, which follows our heroine's growth into womanhood.
Episode 1.
The glamorous world of the 19th - century music hall provides the backdrop for Nan's first love affair with Kitty Butler, a popular male impersonator. When Kitty is offered the chance to perform in London, a delightful Nan accompanies her as a dresser, but true success doesn't happen until Nan becomes part of the act.
Episode 2.
Alone and devastated by her betrayal, Nan cannot return to her family in Whitstable so takes to the streets to survive. In her guise as a male impersonator, she finds a niche in the Victorian sexual underworld and is also drawn into the web of a rich Sapphic, society widow who offers sex, excitement and luxury but at a perilous price.
Episode 3.
Diana throws out Nan and Blake disappears with al the money leaving a totally destitute Nan. The only person she can think to turn to ends up unwelcoming to her. So begins a very different phase for Nan, which leads ultimately to her making the most important decision of her life.
Special FeaturesInterviews With Andrew Davies and Sarah Waters, Stills Gallery.
More DetailsCertificate: 15
Cast List: Hugh Bonneville, John Bowe, Anna Chancellor, Jodhi May, Keeley Hawes, Alexei Sayle, Rachel Stirling, Johnny Vegas
Director: Geoffrey Sax
Special Features: Interviews With Andrew Davies and Sarah Waters, Stills Gallery.
Region: Region 2
Aspect Ratio: Aspect Ratio 16:9
Number of Disks: 1
Main Language: English
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#1
heard this was quite (cough) historically interesting :whistling:

voted hot
#2
remember the series - hyped risque - good price though:thumbsup:
#3
barky
heard this was quite (cough) historically interesting :whistling:

voted hot


I believe it is a indepth social commentary on the life and times of a young woman trying to make her way in the entertainment business during the victorian era.

:w00t: :whistling:
#4
readysalted
I believe it is a indepth social commentary on the life and times of a young woman trying to make her way in the entertainment business during the victorian era.

:w00t: :whistling:


no! it was Keely Hawes getting her kit off

voted hot ! lol:viking:
#5
its a cheap lesbian film for the family then. hmm
4 Likes #6
I watched this for the articles.
#7
barky
heard this was quite (cough) historically interesting :whistling:

voted hot


Very !
#8
littlemeglet
no! it was Keely Hawes getting her kit off


You know I never knew that! I liked her in Ashes to Ashes but never realised that was her in this - you learn something new every day :)
#9
Veyron
I watched this for the articles.


this made me do a lol :thumbsup:
#10
Veyron
I watched this for the articles.


Rep for that, very funny! :-D
#11
professor yaffle
You know I never knew that! I liked her in Ashes to Ashes but never realised that was her in this - you learn something new every day :)


You didn't see much of her face in "Tipping the Velvet" to be fair.

She was good undercover(s) in "Spooks" too.

BFN,

fp.
#12
I thought the wardrobe dept. did very well in this, well, when they were required that is!
#13
3.89..... thats a Handy price too ;)
#14
mmmm

Keely Hawes

Very hot!!
#15
Any 'too hot for TV' extra scenes ?
#16
mekon
Any 'too hot for TV' extra scenes ?


Yeah - they were in "dipping the velvet"
#17
Keely isn't in this film. I am a big Keely fan. Is this series one for the lads? Do women enjoy this?
#18
Keeley Hawes is definitely in this. It's fairly enjoyable even if you are not watching it for the reasons most people seem to....! For the story the book is better though.
#19
matedodgy
Keely isn't in this film. I am a big Keely fan. Is this series one for the lads? Do women enjoy this?


Course she isn't - a big Keeley fan would know that

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0369954/

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0324264/

http://cover6.cduniverse.com/MuzeVideoArt/Large/16/219416.jpg

It's TV too - not a film.
[mod]#20
matedodgy
Keely isn't in this film. I am a big Keely fan. Is this series one for the lads? Do women enjoy this?


I think he means this Keeley :whistling:
http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00475/keeley_475273a.jpg
#21
matedodgy
Keely isn't in this film. I am a big Keely fan. Is this series one for the lads? Do women enjoy this?


That's correct. Claire "Keeley" Hawes is though ;)

Also the voice of Lara Croft in the "Tomb Raider: Anniversary", "...Legend", and "...Underworld" video games.


There was only one series too; whether it be for lads or lasses.

As for whether laydees like this or not, the two actresses in the lead roles didn't seem to have a problem with it! :)

BFN,

fp.
#22
andywedge
I think he means this Keeley :whistling:
http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00475/keeley_475273a.jpg


Ah yes... Ms Hazell. Nope... definitely not an actress for the BBC if her video reviews are to be believed :)
#23
Murielson
Course she isn't - a big Keeley fan would know that

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0369954/

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0324264/

http://cover6.cduniverse.com/MuzeVideoArt/Large/16/219416.jpg

It's TV too - not a film.


Why didn't they just flip the image 'round so the actresses names were in the same order (left to right) as the photo? Silly BBC.
#24
Talking of photos, Rachael Stirling (Nan Astley in "Tipping the Velvet") is very like her mother (Dame Diana Rigg) when supporting a longer hair style...

http://www.cinemarx.ro/poze/postere/actori/rac/Rachael-Stirling-17731-792.jpg

BFN,

fp.
#25
Ok. Thanks guys. I got it wrong. I will watch the series again. For research purposes only. Of course.
[mod]#26
matedodgy
Ok. Thanks guys. I got it wrong. I will watch the series again. For research purposes only. Of course.


Make sure to look at her face this time. :whistling:

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