British Film Box Set (10 Disks) - £17.99 delivered! (or possiby £15.35 with Quidco and vouchers) RRP £99.99
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British Film Box Set (10 Disks) - £17.99 delivered! (or possiby £15.35 with Quidco and vouchers) RRP £99.99

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Found 17th Nov 2008Made hot 17th Nov 2008
Quite a few good films here for the price (and a couple that I've never seen before. Someones getting this for Christmas.....just need to think of who

Description from the site:
Celebrate the best of British with this box set monolith featuring 10 of the finest movies from ol' Blighty!

Titles Comprise:

1. Confetti (Dir. Debbie Isitt, 2006)
2. Mrs Henderson Presents (Dir. Stephen Frears, 2005)
3. The Full Monty (Dir. Peter Cattaneo, 1997)
4. Titanic (Dir. James Cameron, 1997)
5. Four Weddings And A Funeral (Dir. Mike Newell, 1993)
6. A Fish Called Wanda (Dir. Charles Crichton, 1988)
7. Chariots Of Fire (Dir. Hugh Hudson, 1981)
8. An Affair To Remember (Dir. Leo McCarey, 1957)
9. The King And I (Dir. Walter Lang, 1956)
10. The Queen (Dir. Stephen Frears, 2006)

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£1.80 per film?
Have some heat

Banned

Some classic films in there. And then there was confetti! :-D

Apart from the fact that it sailed from Southampton, how is Titanic a British film? It was made by 20th Century Fox with a Canadian director.

titanic.....british connection.....Kate Winslet......tenuous i know

do these come with subtitles? odd question i know...and if so are the subtitles only in english.

Built in BELFAST which is in the British Isles and part of the UK - Go and see the Titanic Quarter in Belfast, the actual room where the plans for the Titanic were drawn up is still there and that huge room was used as part of the set for the new movie "City of Ember" starring Bill Murray and Tim Robbins.

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Built in BELFAST which is in the British Isles and part of the UK - Go … Built in BELFAST which is in the British Isles and part of the UK - Go and see the Titanic Quarter in Belfast, the actual room where the plans for the Titanic were drawn up is still there and that huge room was used as part of the set for the new movie "City of Ember" starring Bill Murray and Tim Robbins.



Fair enough, but that doesn't make Titanic a British film, just a British ship.
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