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The Best Comedy DVD in the World (Tsunami Children's Appeal) 99p only at Home Bargains.
The Best Comedy DVD in the World (Tsunami Children's Appeal) 99p only at Home Bargains.

The Best Comedy DVD in the World (Tsunami Children's Appeal) 99p only at Home Bargains.

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Just got mine today...only £1!!! Plenty in stock. These are selling for £12.99 plus delivery on Amazon.
DVD Description
Imagine the best comedy DVD in the World ever! Well thats what happens when the British Video Association (BVA) endorses a plan for the whole UK Video Industry to come together and seek to raise £1 million pounds for the Unicef: Tsunami Childrens Appeal. This celebrity-hosted DVD features clips of the greatest comedy from the Worlds of Stand Up, Television and Feature Film all of which have been donated FREE by the UK video labels.

Synopsis
Provides a compilation of some of the greatest comedy moments from Stand Up, Television and Film. Includes clips from: 'Bo Selecta', 'Little Britain', 'The Office', 'Monty Python', 'Only Fools And Horses', 'Carry On' and much much more. All profits from the sale of this video will be donated to the UNICEF Tsunami Appeal.


Actors: Peter Kay, Tommy Cooper, Eddie Izzard, Eric Morecambe, Ernie Wise
Format: PAL
Language English
Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
Number of discs: 1
Classification:
Studio: Revolver Entertainment
DVD Release Date: 14 Feb 2005
Run Time: 120 minutes

CORRECTION on price...originally stated £1..actually 99p!
- amibees

13 Comments

Not very charitable (from the retailer)

What about us who live in the South of England?????? Voted Cold

You get enough benefits living in the south!

Got this DVD when it was first released.. Well worth £1.

Original Poster

VanDutch

Got this DVD when it was first released.. Well worth £1.


Thank you VanDutch - my sentiments too!:)

kjbenja

What about us who live in the South of England?????? Voted Cold



TJ Morris are looking for sites for a second distribution warehouse near Bristol apparently so they can expand their stores into the south but I don't know how long us southerners will have to wait.

yea i paid 99p for this dvd in bandms couple of months back havent watched it yet though also was in bandms on saturday and they were selling 12 kodak batterys for a pound the heavy duty ones

Buying a charity DVD from a retailer that clearly isn't donating the £8 or so to charity seems a little low to me.

josh1234

yea i paid 99p for this dvd in bandms couple of months back havent … yea i paid 99p for this dvd in bandms couple of months back havent watched it yet though also was in bandms on saturday and they were selling 12 kodak batterys for a pound the heavy duty ones



You had to go and mention another Northen chain that makes me feel like moving to the North to get all these deals. I want 'Home Bargains', B&M [Bargain Madness] and (not just Northen) 'Poundland', '99p stores' all in my area when I see these deals.

Dudley

Buying a charity DVD from a retailer that clearly isn't donating the £8 … Buying a charity DVD from a retailer that clearly isn't donating the £8 or so to charity seems a little low to me.



The way I see it is I doubt any money will be going to the Tsunami but by being able to clear excess stock through these cheap shop chains then the 'all DVD profits' donated to the Tsunami total won't be decreased by the calculation of produced but unsold stock left. Although I recommend giving money to UNICEF too.

I think the DVD organisers should have sold it for less money originally (all the clips have been donated free), then they wouldn't have this excess stock to clear and made more money. The recent comic relief DVD was only £5 - great strategy, loads of people bought it.
Some of the Amazon reviews are a bit off putting together with the one which says the price is £9.99 with £7.99 going to charity but the Amazon price is £12.99 you feel that Amazon maybe profiteering especially when they sell the Comic Relief one for the RRP of £5.

Fwiw, I believe the original RRP was £15.99 and I agree completely it was too expensive to begine with.

Dudley

Buying a charity DVD from a retailer that clearly isn't donating the £8 … Buying a charity DVD from a retailer that clearly isn't donating the £8 or so to charity seems a little low to me.



the donation to charity is actually given from the money the retailer pays to get the stock so in fact its not low at all its amazingly charitable on there part to sell them so cheap !

just got one from longton stoke on trent got loads
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