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The Adventures of Black Beauty: The Best of Series 2 (1974)

Region: 0
UPC/Barcode: 5027626216047
Released: 17th September 2001
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 1
Catalogue No: 7952160
Category: Children's, Television
Format: DVD / Normal
The Adventures of Black Beauty: The Best of Series 2 (1974) (Deleted)


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Film information

Based on: The novel 'Black Beauty' by Anna Sewell

Story: Six of the best episodes from the second season of the classic children's series, inspired by Anne Sewell's novel. In 'A Member of the Family, Parts 1 and 2', Ned finds himself suspected of theft shortly after being taken in by the Gordon family. 'The Medicine Man' sees a travelling quack doctor selling his useless medicines to the villagers. In 'Out of the Night', Jenny and Ned claim to have seen a ghost in Monkswood. 'The Escape' finds Dr Gordon reluctant to believe Kevin and Albert's claim that Cicely Eddington is being held prisoner in Granley Hall by her aunt and uncle. In 'Game of Chance', Jenny is left in charge when Dr Gordon and Amy visit London for the day, and it isn't long before Albert has lost Beauty at Maybury Fair.

Starring: Stacey Dorning, Roderick Shaw, William Lucas, Michael Culver, Stephen Garlick, Len Jones, Charlotte Mitchell, John Nettleton, Mike Pratt, Jack Shepherd, Gretchen Franklin, John Carson, John Junkin

Directed by: Charles Crichton, Gerry Poulson, Peter Duffell, Ray Austin

Produced by: Paul Knight, Sidney Cole

Written by: David Butler, Richard Carpenter

DVD information

Studio/distributor: Network

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