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Well subtitledHard of hearing subtitlesA Rather English Marriage (1998)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5037115067135
Released: 27th September 2004
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 1
Catalogue No: 3711506713
Category: Television, Drama
Format: DVD / Normal
A Rather English Marriage (1998) (Deleted)

Subtitles:

Well subtitled This DVD title is well subtitled - all or nearly all extras have English subtitles. [explanation]

Claimed subtitles: English, English for the hearing impaired

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Submitted by limogne on 19th July 2011:
Well subtitled"The main feature has English HOH Subtitles. There are no other features."

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Film information

Based on: The novel by Angela Lambert

Story: Albert Finney and Tom Courtenay star in this BBC adaptation of Angela Lambert's novel. Widowed on the same day, retired milkman Roy Southgate (Courtenay) and RAF pilot Reggie Coyngham-Jervis meet at the hospital where their wives were being looked after. When Reggie's social worker, concerned that he will not be able to look after himself properly, suggests that he allow Roy to move in, the former wing commander chooses to look upon him as a kind of butler-cum-batman. After a rocky start, the two develop a strong bond of mutual trust, confiding some painful personal tragedies to each other. However, their relationship comes under threat when Reggie begins romancing the gold-digging Liz (Joanna Lumley).

Starring: Tom Courtenay, Albert Finney, Joanna Lumley

Directed by: Paul Seed

Produced by: Jo Willet

Written by: Andrew Davies

DVD information

Studio/distributor: ITV DVD

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