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  • ISBN: 1598288091
  • ISBN: 9781598288094
  • ISBN: 1598286358
  • ISBN: 9781598286359
  • ISBN: 1598286331
  • ISBN: 9781598286335
  • ISBN: 1598286323
  • ISBN: 9781598286328
  • ISBN: 1598286315
  • ISBN: 9781598286311
  • ISBN: 1598286307
  • ISBN: 9781598286304
  • ISBN: 1621720802
  • ISBN: 9781621720805
  • Physical Description: 26 videodiscs (approximately 4080 min.) : sound., color and black and white, 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (7 pages : color illustrations ; 19 cm.)
    videodisc
  • Edition: 40th anniversary edition.
  • Publisher: [United States] : Acorn Media, [2014]
  • Distributor: [Place of distribution not identified] : Distributed exclusively by RLJ Entertainment, Inc.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Description from container.
Videodisc release of the Masterpiece Theatre and A&E television 68-episode series originally broadcast between 1971 and 1975.
Booklet includes an interview with series cocreator and star Jean Marsh, conducted June 21, 2013.
Special features: 5-part documentary, The making of Upstairs, downstairs; Commentaries; Interviews with the stars, composer, and editor; Alternate pilot episode. Also includes Thomas and Sarah, the 1979 spin-off series starring Pauline Collins and John Alderton, on 4 discs, and The story of the costume drama, episode 1.
Formatted Contents Note: Series one (1903-1909). Disc 1. Episodes 1-3, alternate pilot episode ; Disc 2. Episodes 4-7 ; Disc 3. Episodes 8-10 ; Disc 4. Episodes 11-13 -- Series two (1908-1910). Disc 1. Episodes 1-4 ; Disc 2. Episodes 5-7 ; Disc 3. Episodes 8-10 ; Disc 4. Episodes 11-13 -- Series three (1912-1914). Disc 1. Episodes 1-4 ; Disc 2. Episodes 5-7 ; Disc 3. Episodes 8-10 ; Disc 4. Episodes 11-13 -- Series 4 (1914-1918). Disc 1. Episodes 1-4 ; Disc 2. Episodes 5-8 ; Disc 3. Episodes 9-11 ; Disc 4. Episodes 12-13 -- Series 5 (1919-1930). Disc 1. Episodes 1-4 ; Disc 2. Episodes 5-8 ; Disc 3. Episodes 9-12 ; Disc 4. Episodes 13-16 ; Disc 5. Bonus features ; [Disc 6]. The story of the costume drama, episode 1 -- Thomas and Sarah. Disc 1. Episodes 1-4 ; Disc 2. Episodes 5-7 ; Disc 3. Episodes 8-10 ; Disc 4. Episodes 11-13.
Creation/Production Credits Note: Thomas and Sarah: Created by Sagitta Productions Ltd. in association with Alfred Shaughnessy ; a London Weekend Television colour production ; produced by Christopher Hodson.
Upstairs downstairs: Created by Sagitta Productions Ltd. in association with Jean Marsh, Eileen Atkins ; a London Weekend Television colour production ; producer, John Hawkesworth.
Participant or Performer Note: Thomas and Sarah: Pauline Collins, John Alderton.
Upstairs downstairs: Jean Marsh, Pauline Collins, David Langton, Rachel Gurney, Gordon Jackson, Simon Williams, Lesley-Anne Down, Angela Baddeley, Meg Wynn-Owen, Nicola Pagett, Christopher Beeny, Jacqueline Tong, Hannah Gordon.
Summary, etc.: The saga of the aristocratic Bellamy family and their loyal and lively servants. Real-life events from 1903-1930 are incorporated into the stories of the Bellamy household.
Target Audience Note:
Rating: Not rated.
System Details Note:
DVD, 4:3 full screen (some bonus material 16:9 widescreen); Dolby Digital 5.1 surround (some bonus in stereo.).
Language Note:
Subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Subject: London (England) Drama
Household employees England London Drama
Working class England London Drama
Aristocracy (Social class) England London Drama
Social classes England London Drama
Genre: Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Television series.
Fiction television programs.
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