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The Charmer - The Complete Series
  • Description

    Ralph Ernest Gorse is 'The Charmer' - minor public schoolboy, social climber, seducer of women and eternal seeker after the main chance; his stalking grounds are the roadhouses, boarding rooms and grand seaside hotels of the 1930's, the haunts of genteel windows and ambitious swindlers. Gorse is no hero in the traditional sense of the word. He is a psychopath with the plausible charm of every mother's son, a sexual adventurer whose conquests are merely a means to obtaining what he really wants - money and power.

    This Bafta-winning drama from writer Allan Prior (Blake's Seven) and director Alan Gibson (Tales of the Unexpected) showcases a career-best performance from Nigel Havers (Chariots of Fire) as psychopathic gigolo Ralph Gorse. This highly-rated drama also features strong performances from Bernard Hepton (Secret Army), Rosemary Leach (The Power Game) and Fiona Fullerton (A View to a Kill).

    Episode listing:

    Disc One:

    - Gorse, the Tempter.

    - Gorse, the Investor.

    - Gorse, the Deceiver.

    Disc Two:

    - Gorse in the Middle.

    - Gorse, the Imposter.

    - Gorse at the End., Ralph Ernest Gorse is 'The Charmer' - minor public schoolboy, social climber, seducer of women and eternal seeker after the main chance; his stalking grounds are the roadhouses, boarding rooms and grand seaside hotels of the 1930's, the haunts of genteel windows and ambitious swindlers. Gorse is no hero in the traditional sense of the word. He is a psychopath with the plausible charm of every mother's son, a sexual adventurer whose conquests are merely a means to obtaining what he really wants - money and power.

    This Bafta-winning drama from writer Allan Prior (Blake's Seven) and director Alan Gibson (Tales of the Unexpected) showcases a career-best performance from Nigel Havers (Chariots of Fire) as psychopathic gigolo Ralph Gorse. This highly-rated drama also features strong performances from Bernard Hepton (Secret Army), Rosemary Leach (The Power Game) and Fiona Fullerton (A View to a Kill).

    Episode listing:

    Disc One:

    - Gorse, the Tempter.

    - Gorse, the Investor.

    - Gorse, the Deceiver.

    Disc Two:

    - Gorse in the Middle.

    - Gorse, the Imposter.

    - Gorse at the End.

    Special Features:

    • Archive interview with Nigel Havers from Aspel and Co.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    George Baker, Bernard Hepton, Rosemary Leach, Fiona Fullerton, Judy Parfitt, Nigel Havers, Abigail McKern, Grace Kinirons
    Director:
    Alan Gibson
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    1.33:1
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network

The Charmer - The Complete Series

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  • Description

    Ralph Ernest Gorse is 'The Charmer' - minor public schoolboy, social climber, seducer of women and eternal seeker after the main chance; his stalking grounds are the roadhouses, boarding rooms and grand seaside hotels of the 1930's, the haunts of genteel windows and ambitious swindlers. Gorse is no hero in the traditional sense of the word. He is a psychopath with the plausible charm of every mother's son, a sexual adventurer whose conquests are merely a means to obtaining what he really wants - money and power.

    This Bafta-winning drama from writer Allan Prior (Blake's Seven) and director Alan Gibson (Tales of the Unexpected) showcases a career-best performance from Nigel Havers (Chariots of Fire) as psychopathic gigolo Ralph Gorse. This highly-rated drama also features strong performances from Bernard Hepton (Secret Army), Rosemary Leach (The Power Game) and Fiona Fullerton (A View to a Kill).

    Episode listing:

    Disc One:

    - Gorse, the Tempter.

    - Gorse, the Investor.

    - Gorse, the Deceiver.

    Disc Two:

    - Gorse in the Middle.

    - Gorse, the Imposter.

    - Gorse at the End., Ralph Ernest Gorse is 'The Charmer' - minor public schoolboy, social climber, seducer of women and eternal seeker after the main chance; his stalking grounds are the roadhouses, boarding rooms and grand seaside hotels of the 1930's, the haunts of genteel windows and ambitious swindlers. Gorse is no hero in the traditional sense of the word. He is a psychopath with the plausible charm of every mother's son, a sexual adventurer whose conquests are merely a means to obtaining what he really wants - money and power.

    This Bafta-winning drama from writer Allan Prior (Blake's Seven) and director Alan Gibson (Tales of the Unexpected) showcases a career-best performance from Nigel Havers (Chariots of Fire) as psychopathic gigolo Ralph Gorse. This highly-rated drama also features strong performances from Bernard Hepton (Secret Army), Rosemary Leach (The Power Game) and Fiona Fullerton (A View to a Kill).

    Episode listing:

    Disc One:

    - Gorse, the Tempter.

    - Gorse, the Investor.

    - Gorse, the Deceiver.

    Disc Two:

    - Gorse in the Middle.

    - Gorse, the Imposter.

    - Gorse at the End.

    Special Features:

    • Archive interview with Nigel Havers from Aspel and Co.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    George Baker, Bernard Hepton, Rosemary Leach, Fiona Fullerton, Judy Parfitt, Nigel Havers, Abigail McKern, Grace Kinirons
    Director:
    Alan Gibson
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    1.33:1
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network
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