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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 11/3/2006 9:50:37 PM   
Indio


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The Sun is doing another one of its promotions where you get a free dvd when you buy it in Forbuoys, Martins or McColls next week. Among the 'classics' are On The Buses, Steptoe And Son, and Are You Being Served? (they're all movie versions). Thats just from Monday until Wednesday, so who knows what treats they have in store for the rest of the week?


You can get them at WH Smiths as well, the other films are The Likely Lads, a St. Trinians pic, and Til Death Us Do Part.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 12/3/2006 12:11:16 PM   
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As part of the Screen Icons promotions from The Daily Telegraph, they are offering five movies if you start collecting tokens from today's Sunday Telegraph (with a free copy of Junior Bonner). The movies in the series are:

  • THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO - Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner
  • THE FLYING DEUCES - Laurel And Hardy
  • ONE-EYED JACKS - Directed and starring Marlon Brando
  • THE OUTLAW - Jane Russell
  • ROAD TO BALI -Bing Crosby and Bob Hope

You then send your tokens off to an address printed in the paper, along with 1.95 p&p and the films are yours. Only ten tokens needed.

Then next weekend, they are giving away, free in the paper BRIGHTON ROCK starring Richard Attenborough on Saturday, and  THE GO-BETWEEN with Julie Christie and Alan Bates in The Sunday Telegraph



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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 12/3/2006 12:12:08 PM   
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And in next week's Mail On Sunday, Michael Caine in ASHANTI!

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 17/3/2006 8:18:20 PM   
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Tomorrow's Mail has Richard Harris in GULLIVER'S TRAVELS (the one which is part animation/part live action)

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 18/3/2006 9:32:26 AM   
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Just got Brighton Rock free with the daily Telegraph

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 19/3/2006 12:52:13 PM   
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I just picked up my copy of The Go-Between, with a free copy of the Daily Hellograph (yuck).

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 19/3/2006 11:25:38 PM   
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Accoring to a sticker-thing on the till at the newsagents: 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' (Original) is with one of the papers next weekend. Which one escapes me though.........

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 22/3/2006 5:47:27 PM   
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Accoring to a sticker-thing on the till at the newsagents: 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' (Original) is with one of the papers next weekend. Which one escapes me though.........


Guardian


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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 30/3/2006 12:07:34 PM   
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Claude Chabrol's Le Boucher is free with The Independent on Saturday.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 30/3/2006 6:21:47 PM   
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ORIGINAL: dgl_thrawn

Claude Chabrol's Le Boucher is free with The Independent on Saturday.


One class and classic movie.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 30/3/2006 6:39:57 PM   
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ORIGINAL: wrenster

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Claude Chabrol's Le Boucher is free with The Independent on Saturday.


One class and classic movie.


Excellent film, i might very well pick that up.


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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 1/4/2006 3:10:38 PM   
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Has anyone who sent off for the 6 Carry On films from the Sun actually received them yet?

Sent my tokens off back in Feb - they cashed my cheque a fortnight ago, but still received nothing.

I actually don't mind losing the 2.99 - what will annoy me more is that I had to go through the utter humiliation of buying The Sun for a week, all for nothing. Gah!

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 4/4/2006 6:06:43 PM   
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Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now starring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie is free with The Observer on Sunday.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 4/4/2006 7:26:15 PM   
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Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now starring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie is free with The Observer on Sunday.


OUTSTANDING!

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 7/4/2006 6:22:38 PM   
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I friggin' love Don't Look Now, such a slow burning horror. I will be picking that up for sure.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 9/4/2006 1:03:59 AM   
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I don't know if its the TV series or the film, but Up Pompeii is free with todays News Of The World.



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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 9/4/2006 10:13:41 PM   
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It was the film version of Up Pompeii. Ah well, better than nothing, I suppose.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 15/4/2006 11:24:19 AM   
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Just to let you all know 'Supersize Me' is free with 'The Guardian' next Saturday (22nd April)

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 15/4/2006 6:40:56 PM   
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Ooooh thats a good DVD. I'm gonnna get that.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 16/4/2006 7:05:03 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Keyser_Sose

Just to let you all know 'Supersize Me' is free with 'The Guardian' next Saturday (22nd April)


Blimey! That's a quick cinema to DVD to TV screening to freebie. A top notch documentary that will make you think about eating in Maccy D's again.

Shame I've already got the DVD

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 20/4/2006 9:22:29 AM   
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The Daily Telegraph this Saturday has KING LEAR, while the Sunday Telegraph has MacBETH. These are RSC preductions. Patrick Mcgee plays King Lear while Ian McKellen and Judi Dench (both looking very young) star in the other Shakespeare tragedy.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 20/4/2006 9:25:02 PM   
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I can thoroughly recommend McKellen's MacBeth - unfortunate that I swapped my vid of it for a DVD only recently.

I'm not familiar with the Lear, though.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 20/4/2006 9:48:14 PM   
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The Daily Telegraph this Saturday has KING LEAR, while the Sunday Telegraph has MacBETH. These are RSC preductions. Patrick Mcgee plays King Lear while Ian McKellen and Judi Dench (both looking very young) star in the other Shakespeare tragedy.


Made a mistake. You will find MacBeth in the Saturday Telegraph while King Lear is in the Sunday Telegraph

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 21/4/2006 1:15:03 PM   
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The Sun is giving away single episode dvds of Doctor Who next week, you need to collect them from Martins, Forbuoys or Smiths again.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 21/4/2006 1:25:08 PM   
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If you can bring yourselves to buy the Daily Mail (gloves may be required), they're giving away a whole stack of classic British films next week...

Kind Hearts and Coronets
Billy Liar
The Lavender Hill Mob
The Ladykillers
The Titfield Thunderbolt
The Man in the White Suit
Passport to Pimlico
The Great St Trinians Train Robbery
Colditz Story
School for Scoundrels
The Cruel Sea


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/prmts/prmts.html?in_article_id=383537&in_page_id=1777#hearts

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 21/4/2006 2:43:32 PM   
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Bloody hell, there's some crackers there.  Unfortunately I've already got 7 of them, and School for Scoundrels is in the post to me right now

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 21/4/2006 4:06:08 PM   
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Looks like my MIL will get the Daily Mail ones.

The Time is doing  a week of kids DVDs starting with the Secret Garden in tomorrows and, I think, vouchers for the rest during the week.

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 21/4/2006 8:38:00 PM   
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The papers have gone DVD mad this week. I think the Secret Garden is the TV version. But I must get the British film collection from The Mail. Some priceless films there.

I've just received my collection of Screen Icons from the Dailt Telegraph. Five movies all for the collection of some tokens:

The Outlaw
Road to Bali
The Snows Of Kilimanjaro
Flying Deuces
One Eyed Jacks.



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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 22/4/2006 12:56:18 PM   
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ORIGINAL: 5tevooo

If you can bring yourselves to buy the Daily Mail (gloves may be required), they're giving away a whole stack of classic British films next week...

Kind Hearts and Coronets
Billy Liar
The Lavender Hill Mob
The Ladykillers
The Titfield Thunderbolt
The Man in the White Suit
Passport to Pimlico
The Great St Trinians Train Robbery
Colditz Story
School for Scoundrels
The Cruel Sea


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/prmts/prmts.html?in_article_id=383537&in_page_id=1777#hearts


I think I'd rather go to HMV, Virgin and Silversreen and buy the originals...

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RE: Free dvds in this week's/weekend's papers thread - 23/4/2006 3:43:57 PM   
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   So what day is the Ladykillers in the Mail? I would like it, although thinking about it it has been about 2.99 in the HMV Sale so maybe I should just pay for it there?

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