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Disc One:

Diplomatic Immunity

Epitaph For A Hero

Something For A Rainy Day

Red Horse, Red Rider

Disc Two:

Enemy Of The State

Masquerade

The Killing

The Persuaders

Disc Three:

And Suddenly You're Dead

The Legions Of Ammak

Samurai West

The Maze

Disc Four:

Portrait Of Louisa

There's Someone Close Behind You

Storm Warning

The Island

Disc Five:

Time To Kill

A Memory Of Evil

You Can't Win Them All

The HIgh Terrace

Disc Six:

The Seven Eyes Of Night

Night Of The Hunter

The Edge Of Fear

Long Ago And Far Away

Disc Seven:

So Dark The Night

The Long, Long Day

Roundabout

The Man Outside

Disc Eight:

Countdown

Farewell To Yesterday

Special Features:

  • Commercial Break Bumpers
  • Extensive image gallery
  • Foreign titles
  • Interviews with Johnny Goodman and Sue Lloyd
  • On-set new footage at Elstree studios
  • PR image gallery with surviving music soundtrack
  • Press Booklet PDF
  • Script PDFs
  • Trailer and credits for feature film versions
Certificate:
PG
Actor:
Steve Forrest, Colin Gordon, Sue Lloyd, Paul Ferris
Director:
Various Directors
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
4:3
Number of Discs:
8
Main Language:
English
studio:
Network
Series:
The Baron

The Baron - Complete Series [Repackaged]

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Disc One:

Diplomatic Immunity

Epitaph For A Hero

Something For A Rainy Day

Red Horse, Red Rider

Disc Two:

Enemy Of The State

Masquerade

The Killing

The Persuaders

Disc Three:

And Suddenly You're Dead

The Legions Of Ammak

Samurai West

The Maze

Disc Four:

Portrait Of Louisa

There's Someone Close Behind You

Storm Warning

The Island

Disc Five:

Time To Kill

A Memory Of Evil

You Can't Win Them All

The HIgh Terrace

Disc Six:

The Seven Eyes Of Night

Night Of The Hunter

The Edge Of Fear

Long Ago And Far Away

Disc Seven:

So Dark The Night

The Long, Long Day

Roundabout

The Man Outside

Disc Eight:

Countdown

Farewell To Yesterday

Special Features:

  • Commercial Break Bumpers
  • Extensive image gallery
  • Foreign titles
  • Interviews with Johnny Goodman and Sue Lloyd
  • On-set new footage at Elstree studios
  • PR image gallery with surviving music soundtrack
  • Press Booklet PDF
  • Script PDFs
  • Trailer and credits for feature film versions
Certificate:
PG
Actor:
Steve Forrest, Colin Gordon, Sue Lloyd, Paul Ferris
Director:
Various Directors
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
4:3
Number of Discs:
8
Main Language:
English
studio:
Network
Series:
The Baron

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The Baron

I remember my parents watching 'The Baron' in black and white, when I was young. Being afflicted with nostalgia and an ardent fan of "Thunderbirds", "The Avengers", "Department S" and "The Champions", I decided to purchase this series to see what I had missed. This turned out not to have been as much as I had hoped. As I have often found, the actors employed during the 1960s, by and large, had mastered their craft. This holds true for the principals, Steve Forrest and Sue Lloyd. Their delivery of dialogue, to my ear, can rarely be faulted. The problem lies with the improbable storylines. Whilst there is no shortage of them in modern television, the camouflage is rather thin in retrospect: back-lot sets and a mild fascination with nascent technology. I would say that the Baron, through no fault of his own, displays not quite enough 1960s style over substance. Digest the other series I mention before finding time for this one.

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