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Neverwhere: The Complete BBC Series [DVD] [1996]

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Under the streets of London is a strange world inhabited by monsters and saints, muderers and angels, knights in armour and pale girls in black velvet. Richard, a quiet London businessman, is pitchforked into this world when he rescues a young girl he finds bleeding on a pavement...

BBC's Neverwhere is a dark and thrilling mixture of metaphor, history, humour, fantasy and high adventure. Starring Laura Fraser (The Flying Scotsman), Hywel Bennett (Loot, Eastenders), Gary Bakewell (Man and Boy).


Get lost under the London streets with this six-part fantasy adventure written for television by the prolific fantasy author Neil Gaiman. Richard Mayhew is a businessman whose whole life is about to change when he comes across a girl by the name of Door...

Product information
Run time ‎3 hours
Number of discs ‎1
Media Format ‎PAL
Language ‎English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
Actors ‎Gary Bakewell, Laura Fraser, Hywel Bennett, Peter Capaldi, Clive Russell
Aspect Ratio ‎4:3 - 1.33:1
Studio ‎2 Entertain Video
Release date ‎23 April 2007
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  1. jonneyt's avatar
    I absolutely love the book. How’s the TV show?
    Jeffmaniac's avatar
    Great acting. Semi low budget production. Highly recommended.
  2. ppsie's avatar
    Thanks Op
  3. Tenex's avatar
    An eternal shame this was an early "shot on video" instead of their regular film cameras, the quality is awful but the performances are brilliant.
  4. Kankan101's avatar
    Awesome show was so original when it came out was like a breath of fresh TV air.
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