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Award winning actor Richard Roxburgh (Sanctum, Moulin Rouge) stars as Cleaver Greene, a reckless, brilliant and self-destructive Australian criminal barrister who is hilarious to jurors and an outrage to judges.
Good quality video but there is no menu setup options, therefore, no ability to have subtitles which for me are necessary. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tom in Virginia
What a wonderful discovery!! Had never heard of this program before seeing it in a catalogue; of course, Amazon's price is significantly better. Read morePublished 6 months ago by They
It's smart and funny. It has great dialogue. It is dark, but not dour and it is always entertaining. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kim Idol
“Rake” is 18th century slang for a dissolute person. Hogarth painted a series of paintings called “The Rake’s Progress” (“progress” means something like a spiritual voyage)... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Robert S. Hanenberg
If you liked Rumpole of the Bailey, you should like this somewhat satirical tale of a brilliant Aussie barrister with an unbelievably messy and corrupt private life.Published 9 months ago by steamduck43
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I have Season One - I could not get subtitles.
Aug 28, 2013 by Fishylex | See all 3 posts
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Each episode is about 60 mins and there are 8 episodes presumably split across the 3 DVDs. I recorded them from TV, but the series is brilliant and I will eventually invest in the bluray DVD set. Can't wait for series 2 which airs in Oz in Sept 2012
Aug 18, 2012 by I Feel Possessed | See all 5 posts
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