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    The episode, The Rhyme and The Reason, was filmed in Battersea Park, and opposite the Power Station, but I wondered if anyone knew where the terraced houses that Carol White's character lived in was? It is opposite a pub called the Old Farm House, which I have looked up on the internet and it says it is in Doddington Grove, Battersea, Wandsworth but Doddington Grove is SE17. And does anyone know if the pub is still standing? Thanks.

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    Full list of locations here:



    Gideon's Way Locations

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    One of the joys of Gideon's Way is its extensive use of outside locations.

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    This show was on it's way to me when I ordered it from Amazon a few months ago, but then they suddenly said it wasn't available. A re-packaged version soon followed. Does anyone know if there are differences between the two packages apart from the cover (including a booklet)?

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    The new version houses all the discs in one case so the extras are the same but there's confusion over the booklet, some have it included whereas others don't. There's also confusion over the product code for this title as many retailers don't show it in stock but have it listed instead as A Little Bit Of Wisdom! It's available for 17:99 at Play though:



    Play.com (UK) : Gideon's Way: The Complete Series (7 Discs) : DVD - Free Delivery

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    Oh no. There's been discussion about the booklet/no booklet issue at a thread on 'The Adventurer' and 'The Baron'. I think it was Batman who suggested contacting Customer Services but each DVD set I buy that doesn't have one looks as if it should. I'm not too bothered about cast details (although plot details/summaries would help sometimes), but the major irritation is not being able to read the inside covers, which is where the discs are stored.

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    If you get one without a booklet, try sending them an e-mail at:



    pradmin@networkdvd.co.uk

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    Thanks a lot, Mariocki. I might just do that anyway on behalf of 'Danger UXB' and 'The Adventurer'. But it's 'The Sweeney' one I'm most frustrated by - it wasn't in the first boxset. And why didn't 'Thriller' get a booklet?

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    name='cornershop15']Oh no. There's been discussion about the booklet/no booklet issue at a thread on 'The Adventurer' and 'The Baron'. I think it was Batman who suggested contacting Customer Services but each DVD set I buy that doesn't have one looks as if it should. I'm not too bothered about cast details (although plot details/summaries would help sometimes), but the major irritation is not being able to read the inside covers, which is where the discs are stored.
    If it is the same edition that I have, it is printed in 6 point you will need some aid to read it!

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    name='font']The episode, The Rhyme and The Reason, was filmed in Battersea Park, and opposite the Power Station, but I wondered if anyone knew where the terraced houses that Carol White's character lived in was? It is opposite a pub called the Old Farm House, which I have looked up on the internet and it says it is in Doddington Grove, Battersea, Wandsworth but Doddington Grove is SE17. And does anyone know if the pub is still standing? Thanks.




    Got a feeling that this may not be there anymore as there is a big housing estate called Doddington along Battersea Park Road

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