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Randall and Hopkirk Deceased Vol 5
Reviewed by: Gabriella TrybalskaRead Gabriella Trybalska's film review of Randall and Hopkirk Deceased Vol 5
For a Sixties programme the technical stuff, such as sound and picture quality, is especially good. It's just a shame that, once again, the extras let this DVD down.
Granted that the usual fillers, like a trailer, can't be expected, but they could have dug out some old documentary about the programme, or an interview with some of the actors, or even a featurette on the stars of the recent remake, with Bob Mortimer and Vic Reeves.
Instead, they opt for the cheap version - let's face it, that's all this is - and cheat viewers into looking at a Stills Gallery, containing pictures from the programme they are about to watch
Another poor show.Reviewed on: 18 Apr 2002