British TV Victorian Collection
The British TV Victorian Collection contains four lavish costume dramas and literary adaptations from the most prestigious production companies in Great Britain. Each feature film in thie 4 DVD set is an epic tale filled with romance & intrigue. Included are 'The Cater Street Hangman' (an Inspector Pitt mystery), 'Four Feathers' (adapted from an E.W. Mason novel), 'Lady Audley's Secret' (adapted from a Mary Elizabeth Braddon nover) and 'Poldark' (based on the Winston Graham novel). See individual titles for more details.

4 x DVD5 | NTSC 4:3 | 420 minutes | 16.8 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: none
Genre: Adventure, Drama, Romance, War

Directors: Sarah Hellings, Betsan Morris Evans, Richard Laxton, Don Sharp
Country: UK

The Cater Street Hangman (run time: 01:40:21)
Adapted from a novel by best selling murder mystery writer Anne Perry, The Cater Street Hangman stars Keeley Hawes and Eoin McCarthy in a fast moving and gripping story where murder, class and forbidden love become intertwined amidst the sophistication and squalor of Victorian London.

Lady Audley's Secret (run time: 01:36:05)
In a tale of deception and murder, Lucy Graham (Neve McIntosh) is a Victorian girl on the make married to Sir Michael Audley (Kenneth Cranham), an aristocrat 30 years her senior. Sir Michael's nephew beings to nurse suspicions implicating Lucy in the disappearance of an old friend, and her scandalous past threatens to catch up to her.

Poldark (run time: 01:42:41)
Set on the wild and picturesque Cornwell coastline, the Poldark family struggles to keep its Cornish tin mine alive while Captain Ross Poldark (John Bowe) is away in London serving in Parliament while England is at war with France. Romance is also in the Cornwell air as impetuous daughter Clowance (Kelly Reilly) falls in love with a mysterious stranger rescued from a nearby shipwreck. Also starring Mel Martin and loan Gruffudd.

The Four Feathers (run time: 01:40:05)
Jane Seymour and Beau Bridges star in this romantic tale set against the backdrop of a looming war in Egypt and the Sudan during the waning years of the British Empire. After handsome cavalry lieutenant Harry Feversham (Bridges) dishonors his regiment and loses his fiancee (Seymour), he journeys to the Sudan and throws himself into battle with blind fury in an attempt to regain his reputation and win back the love of his life.

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