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Beasts - Complete Series
  • Description

    Creator of some of the most outstanding television plays made in the last fifty years, Nigel Kneale (Quartermass, Nineteen Eighty-Four, The Year Of The Sex Olympics) creates, in Beasts, an anthology of six plays designed to showcase the breadth of his fertile imagination. Laden with suspense, drama and a thick vein of black humour, each play was a variation on the theme of civilised man in conflict with the primal, animal side of existence. This malevolent and menacing thread runs through all six terrifying stories, which feature outstanding performances from actors such as Martin Shaw, Simon MacCorkindale, Glyn Houston, Michael Sheard and Pauline Quirke. Not seen since its original transmission and never previously released in any format, Beasts will appeal to all lovers of quality drama and horror.

    Plays Included:

    Baby; Buddyboy; The Dummy; The Special Offer; What Big Eyes and During Barty's Party.

    Special Features:

    • Commemorative Booklet.
    • Murrain - A single play by Kneale from 1975, written in the same vein as Beasts.
    • Original ATV Brochure PDF.
    • Script PDFs.
    • Stills Gallery.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Anthony Bate, Patrick Magee, Madge Ryan, Bernard Horsfall, Pauline Quirke, Elizabeth Sellars, Martin Shaw, Clive Swift, Wolfe Morris, Geoffrey Bateman, Mark Dignam, Norman Jones
    Director:
    Don Taylor, Don Leaver, Donald McWhinnie, Richard Bramall, John Nelson
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network

Beasts - Complete Series

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  • Description

    Creator of some of the most outstanding television plays made in the last fifty years, Nigel Kneale (Quartermass, Nineteen Eighty-Four, The Year Of The Sex Olympics) creates, in Beasts, an anthology of six plays designed to showcase the breadth of his fertile imagination. Laden with suspense, drama and a thick vein of black humour, each play was a variation on the theme of civilised man in conflict with the primal, animal side of existence. This malevolent and menacing thread runs through all six terrifying stories, which feature outstanding performances from actors such as Martin Shaw, Simon MacCorkindale, Glyn Houston, Michael Sheard and Pauline Quirke. Not seen since its original transmission and never previously released in any format, Beasts will appeal to all lovers of quality drama and horror.

    Plays Included:

    Baby; Buddyboy; The Dummy; The Special Offer; What Big Eyes and During Barty's Party.

    Special Features:

    • Commemorative Booklet.
    • Murrain - A single play by Kneale from 1975, written in the same vein as Beasts.
    • Original ATV Brochure PDF.
    • Script PDFs.
    • Stills Gallery.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Anthony Bate, Patrick Magee, Madge Ryan, Bernard Horsfall, Pauline Quirke, Elizabeth Sellars, Martin Shaw, Clive Swift, Wolfe Morris, Geoffrey Bateman, Mark Dignam, Norman Jones
    Director:
    Don Taylor, Don Leaver, Donald McWhinnie, Richard Bramall, John Nelson
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network
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