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Typical of British drama, production values are low while the caliber of scriptwriting and acting is unsurpassed. Rumpole is a rare example of a television serial that is as appealing and engaging on its 10th viewing as it was on its first. A&E's 14-disc megaset includes all 42 episodes from the series' seven seasons, plus the 1982 two-hour special Rumpole's Return, introductions by and an interview with John Mortimer, and other bonus material. --Erik Macki
I'm a pretty big Rumpole of the Bailey fan, so this was a good purchase. The only disappointing thing was not knowing each episode has an introduction by John Mortimer. Read morePublished 16 days ago by d
Rumpole is that crafty barrister of the Old Baily. It is so satisfying to know that we have hours and hours of watching Rumpole and the other lawyers in Chambers. Read morePublished 22 days ago by megan whitby
Fantastic edition, especially with john mortimers introductions per episodePublished 25 days ago by olivio fatigati
Good picture and sound quality. Unlike the series available in the United States it is subtitled.Published 28 days ago by modabo
Good reading. Intetesting language differences & terminologies. Loved TV PBS/BBC series.Published 1 month ago by Peter A. Egan
Get this. They are even better than I remember them from BBC TV, or maybe I've just matured enough to appreciate McKern's depth. Read morePublished 1 month ago by William H. Perry
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|Difference between Megaset and season sets||
From what I have seen, these are slim cases of the discs that were in the season sets. Nothing added or deleted from the discs as originally released.
Feb 17, 2008 by Eric Pregosin | See all 2 posts
Sadly, no subbies and no closed captions for the hearing impaired.
Feb 17, 2008 by Eric Pregosin | See all 39 posts
|CC thru tv ?||
It looks like you posted this quite a while ago and never received any input. I don't know whether or not you've figure it out since then but thought I'd let you know what I've discovered.
Basically, with the new DVD players and the new flat screen TVs CC is impossible. CC only worked using the... Read More
Oct 13, 2010 by Amazon Customer | See all 4 posts