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Blackadder: The Complete Blackadder [6 Disc] (DVD)

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BLACK ADDER: Throughout the ages men of flair, faculty and outstanding courage have contributed to England's glorious heritage. Others, like the snivelling worm Edmund, Duke of Edinburgh, the bitter and twisted son of a medieval king, have emerged from the dust of dodgy documents to claim their wrongful position in history. EPISODES: Pilot The Foretelling Born to Be King The Archbishop The Queen of Spain's Beard Witchsmeller Pursuivant The Black Seal BLACK ADDER II: England 1558-1603. The filthy genes of the Blackadder dynasty bubble back to the surface of the melting pot of history as Lord Edmund, arrogant peer-about-town, swaggers back with a big head and small beard in search of grace and favour from stark raving mad Queen Bess. Accompanied by a small rabble of be-ruffed riff-raff - bottom-breath Baldrick and pea-brained Percy - the serpentine Lord Blackadder lowers the whole tone of England's Golden Age. EPISODES: Bells Head Potato Money Beer Chains BLACK ADDER III: England 1760-1815. The Blackadder family's fortunes have rather plummeted with the advent of the Regency period. Edmund Blackadder, butler to the Prince Regent, veers from calamity to disaster with little in the way of constructive help from his imbecilic Lord and Master--or Baldrick of whom the least said the better. EPISODES: Dish and Dishonesty Ink and Incapability Nob and Nobility Sense and Senility Amy and Amiability Duel and Duality BLACK ADDER GOES FORTH: The Western Front 1917: Captain Blackadder joined the British Army when it was little more than a travel agency for gentlemen with an abnormally high sex drive. Now he is twenty yards from a lot of heavily armed people who want to kill him. Worse still, his brother officer is a man whose family brain cell is gathering dust in a pawn shop in Dunstable and Baldrick is in charge of cooking. EPISODES: Captain Cook Corporal Punishment Major Star Private Plane General Hospital Goodbyeee BLACK ADDER: A CHRISTMAS CAROL: Dickens classic tale of kindness, truth and virtue completely mucked up and ruined by having a member of the Blackadder family involved. Also Baldrick, of course, the man you rely on to turn a Christmas dinner into a dogs dinner, as long as the dog is not particularly fussy. Stuffed with deeply horrid people and groaning with carloads of seasonal bottom jokes, it manages to squeeze in not only Victorian Blackadder but also his famous Elizabethan, Regency and Space Age relatives into a huge pie of entertainment that will satisfy all but the most discriminating viewers. Not suitable for beadles, orphans, nieces, or long dead members of the Royal Family. BLACK ADDER: BACK AND FORTH: It's Millennium Eve and Blackadder is hosting a dinner party for a few select friends, Lady Elizabeth (Miranda Richardson), Viscount George (Hugh Laurie), Archbishop Melchett (Stephen Fry) and Archbishop Darling (Tim McInnerny). Baldrick (Tony Robinson) devises yet another of his infamous cunning plans to help his ever greedy master Edmund Blackadder (Rowan Atkinson) con money from his gullible friends. The pair build a "time machine" from empty cereal packets and place bets with their friends as to when in history they will travel, retrieving various artefacts from their travels as proof, items which Blackadder already owns! However, in a strange twist of fate the time machine actually works and the pair are thrown back in history initially to the Jurassic period. Gradually the pair starts to return to their own time stopping off at various famous times in history such as Sherwood Forest and the Battle of Waterloo but will they make it home? BLACK ADDER: THE CAVALIER YEARS: In 1648, Sir Edmund Blackadder, descendant of Prince Edmund Plantagent and currently the sole member of the noble dynasty, is one of two people who stayed loyal to King Charles I after Oliver Cromwell's threat, the other being Baldrick, descendant of a pig farmer and a bearded lady. To protect his liege, Sir Edmund has hidden the king in Blackadder Hall, but Baldrick unwittingly betrays the ruler when Cromwell arrives at the Hall. Blackadder decides he must save the king when he is sentenced to execution and becomes frustrated when Baldrick cluelessly accepts a job as executioner--until he realises he may be able to use it to save Charles... BALDRICK'S VIDEO DIARY

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  • Aspect Ratio ‏ : ‎ 1.33:1
  • Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 18.8 x 13.4 x 1.6 cm; 185 Grams
  • Director ‏ : ‎ Martin Shardlow, Mandie Fletcher, Richard Boden
  • Media Format ‏ : ‎ PAL, DVD
  • Run time ‏ : ‎ 11 hours and 44 minutes
  • Release date ‏ : ‎ 11 December 2019
  • Actors ‏ : ‎ Rowan Atkinson, Tony Robinson, Tim McInnerny, Brian Blessed, Elspet Gray
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English (Stereo)
  • Studio ‏ : ‎ Universal
  • Producers ‏ : ‎ John Bedford Lloyd
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07ZLKT9ZV
  • Country of origin ‏ : ‎ Australia
  • Writers ‏ : ‎ Richard Curtis, Rowan Atkinson, Ben Elton
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