January 24, 2017

New from Network DVD in July

New from Network DVD in July
New releases from NetworkDVD in July.
6th July 2009

The Cool Mikado (1963) – A star-studded British comedy; Frankie Howerd, Tommy Cooper, Lionel Blair and Mike & Bernie Winters headline Michael Winner’s high-camp Swinging Sixties adaptation of Gilbert & Sullivan’s famous opera.
Special Features:

  • Girls, Girls, Girls! – This amusing tale of metropolitan life in the early 1960s features three beautiful ladies Tania Mallett (who soon after this became a Bond Girl in Goldfinger), Primrose Austen (now immortalised in the National Portrait Gallery) and Sandra le Brocq (who became a famous choreographer). We get to see inside Lucie Clayton’s world famous Finishing School and also get to meet world-famous fashion photographers Tom Hustler and Roy Round, as well as choreographer Betty Buchel.

Secrets Of A Door-To-Door Salesman (1973) – The cult British sex comedy written by Joe McGrath (Morecambe and Wise’s Night Train to Murder) and veteran TV writer Dennis Norden under the alias of Roy Nicholas’, starring Brendan Price (Target), Graham Stark (Pink Panther film series), award winning comedian Chic Murray and ‘page 3 girl’ Felicity Devonshire.

The World Is Full Of Married Men (1979) – The X-rated sexploitation drama based on Jackie Collins’ sexually explicit first novel – an instant best-seller.
Special Features:

  • Two trailers (X-rated and U-rated)
  • Image gallery
  • Original synopsis PDF

13th July 2009

Scoop (1987) – The riotous, satirical film adapted from Evelyn Waugh’s barbed comic novel, with a venerable cast led faultlessly by Michael Maloney (Notes on a Scandal), Donald Pleasence (The Great Escape) and Denholm Elliott (A Bridge too Far); directed by Foyle’s War director Gavin Millar and scripted by internationally acclaimed writer and journalist William Boyd, this is not only a wonderful comedy, but an entertaining and immensely enjoyable film.

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