Randall And Hopkirk Deceased - Complete First Series details
|Starring:||Martin, Hugh Laurie, Charles Dance, Emilia Fox, Vic Reeves, Fiona Allen, Tom Baker, Martin Clunes, Bob Mortimer, Paul Whitehouse, Steven Berkoff|
|Directors:||Charlie Higson, Rachel Talalay, Mark Mylod|
|Genres:||Action/Adventure, Television - Series/Miniseries, Thriller|
|Studio:||VISION VIDEO LTD.|
Randall And Hopkirk Deceased - Complete First Series - Disc 1
|TBC Disc 1|
Randall And Hopkirk Deceased - Complete First Series - Disc 2
|TBC Disc 2|
|Run time:||5 hours 6 minutes|
|Rental release:||29 Oct 2001|
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SPOOKY!!!.....................By Karen from North East Lincs, England , 19 Feb 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]A fantastic piece of television, well acted by everyone in the programme and it keeps the 'spirit', of the oringal series very well!
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Not for meBy Leftyboy (10 reviews) , 13 Mar 2013Really enjoyed the first disc but found the second rather dull. To be honest the original is far superior just annoying that you can't rent it!
good televisionBy a customer from inverness , 10 Jul 2007it was good to see this series again. I enjoyed it when it was on the bbc and still found it just as enjoyable seven years later. Was perfect saturday night television.
FantasticBy a customer from Wales , 02 Aug 2006The entire series was brilliant.
I wish they would make more like this!
One Track Mind...By a customer from London, England , 31 Jul 2006I only watched the first episode of this series...because I wanted to see the episode with david tennant in! It was a great episode and set up the series well. The characters were well established and the premise of the series given a good start. I enjoyed it.
Again, surrealBy les reed from east London UK , 16 Jul 2005Just as with the first volume, a good effort but not the same somehow.
Reeves and Mortimer - good as they are - don't carry this off as well as Kenneth Cope and Mike Pratt: it was perfectly good enough without the special effects that modern actors are so often dependent upon - although Reeves and Mortimer stand on their own as good entertainers.
Worth a watch.