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  • Actors: Frankie McCafferty, Joe Savino
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 15
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: BBC Warner
  • DVD Release Date: September 18, 2007
  • Run Time: 2870 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #259,866 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The complete collection of this beloved drama is finally here! Ballykissangel has become a huge international success since first hitting UK television screens in 1995, and continues to win over millions of fans from across the world. This collection includes every episode of this ever-popular BBC series, full of Irish charm, quirky characters, strange shenanigans and tales of friendship, rivalry and love.

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I fell in love with in on PBS TV and am enjoying owning it.
Vic Neese
We ordered a used like new and when we received it we noticed that it had never even been out of it's packaging.
backforty joe
A great cast, beautiful scenery, wonderful story line, unforgettable characters you will come to love.
Piper Alley

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This drama set in a small town in Ireland is less significant for its substance than for the days-gone-by nostalgia feel of it. It is a wonderfully simple program; a sort of Andy Griffith Show foundation enlivened by modernity. As the series begins we come to know an attractive pub owner who has vague qualms with the religion into which she was born. In time she begins to respect the new priest in town as he jockeys with his older generational priest-supervisor. Through this prism we can see what we want of Ireland's more recent development. The program encourages us to take sides between the traditionalist (sometimes selfish) church of the past, and a more lively (but less absolute) version of it, as evinced by this young priest from afar who stirs up this town a bit. It's not at all a religious program, mind you; just an overly unrepresentative portrayal of idyllic Ireland in which you cannot fail to include religion. Full disclosure: I like this show, but I also have Irish blood. I say this because this really is a program which appeals to a particular sort of individual; to one who either has Irish blood and/or for those whom Ireland has some draw. Ireland has an inherent appeal to many such people from around the world. Even if you have never visited it, can you not right now visualize vast green fields and rolling hills bordered by stone walls, snugly cozy pubs filled with glasses of Guinness raised, and smiling faces? Of course, I'm exaggerating here, but you must grant that Ireland is a far more attractive place than many others, at least in a theoretical quality-of-life sort of way.Read more ›
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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Walt on February 27, 2011
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This is a wonderful, funny, heartwarming and entertaining series. The characters are just like those people you would like to find in your own neighborhood. Small town living in rural Ireland is just the place to find peace and serenity. We always looked forward to the next episode to catch up on the happenings in the village.

The series goes along with relatively the same cast of actors who bring to the series a warmth and friendship and obvious talent to relate to each other. You almost feel like you're right there in the story. It gave you a good feeling. However, after series four the cast went through a lot of changes as did the story lines. Although, it lost much of what it had in the first four series, it still provided the warmth and wholesomeness that you don't see these days on American television. My wife and I viewed the entire series before we decided to purchase the complete set and we're glad we made the purchase decision. Now we can look at it over and over whenever we feel like going back to Ireland and enjoying the friendships again.

If you like a feel good series, Ballykissangel is just what you are looking for. There are solid performances in each episodes and a non sequential story. Each story is complete and not a continuation of the previous episode. Enjoy!
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Mariah StarSinger on April 2, 2011
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The single thing I wanted to point out here is that in the all-important third season, wherein the lead characters, Father Peter and his lady love Assumpta, leave the show, there is an episode gone AWOL. Episode 9, "The Waiting Game," is inexplicably missing. As far as I know it is not available on any release anywhere. This probably shouldn't stop you from buying it, but it certainly is strange.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By M. Lawson on October 27, 2009
Format: DVD
I NEVER watch drama or "dramedies" on TV, and I stumbled into this one by accident. I was looking for funny BBC shows on Netflix on Demand service. Having been through my favorite BBC series start-to-finish, "Keeping Up Appearances," I was looking for something on par with that. Ballykissanel turned out to be as good but nothing like that other BBC classic. I'd been through the best of them so I put in Season One and Two of this Ballykissangel show. I watched the first show, then the second and before long, I couldn't stop. I was expecting something in the way of a comedy, and I am NOT a soap opera person by any stretch. This series, well, the first three seasons, is so well-written, so well-cast, so well-flimed/directed/produced that I found myself compulsively watching each episode, one after another. I soon had to get the other seasons on the Netflix on Demand service, finally having to get the fifth season DVD sent to me because I had to follow it through to the end. All that said, they could well have ended this series after Season Three and it would have been a masterpiece. The last three episodes in Season Three are so well done, that this big guy had to muster the ability not to well-up lest he be deservedly teased unmercifully by the wife he often teases for crying at movies. The first parts of Season Four are OK, but it frankly digressed from there into a soap opera centered mostly around Niamh Quigley/Eagen/Dillon, and the writing got super soapy, and the production wasn't as good, the filming was looking for video-ish than film-like. The addition of young "Col" Farrell did nothing for me, and I could begin to second guess the plots as the shows went on from there, whereas the first three seasons kept me guessing.Read more ›
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Closed captioning for Ballykissangel?
I have exactly the same problem. The boxes state "closed captioning", but no where is there an onscreen menu to activate.
Sep 2, 2013 by James A. Schaefer |  See all 5 posts
Series three, episode 9, Waiting Game, MIA???? Be the first to reply
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