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James Herriot's Yorkshire

1993, cert E, running time 90 minutes

Director: Joy Perino

Film based on the world-famous vet's best selling travel book, James Herriot's Yorkshire.

Christopher Timothy, the actor who played James Herriot in the hugely popular TV series All Creatures Great and Small, introduces and stars in this highly successful video with a personal tribute and unique insight to the Yorkshire vet who sadly died on 23 February 1995.

Starring Christopher Timothy.

Reviews

"An affectionate, lovingly photographed chronicle of Yorkshire. A refreshing tonic."
James Cameron-Wilson - Film Review Annual

"The film is a work of art; it's a beautiful video."
Austin Mitchell, Member Of Parliament - BBC Radio 2

"It's a lovely, lovely film."
Frank Bough - LBC Radio

"A lot of people will enjoy this film."
Mike Harding - BBC Radio 2

"Based on his best-selling travel book of the same name, James Herriot's Yorkshire is the closest Herriot lovers will come to experiencing its splendour without actually being there. The panoramic, wide-screen views of the breathtaking scenery featured in the video are sure to delight any viewer."
Leigh Ann Berry - British Heritage Magazine (USA)

DVD info

Extras: A Tribute to James Herriot by Christopher Timothy. A Making of
documentary.

Genre: Special Interest
Colour: Colour
Close Caption: No
TV System: PAL and NTSC Region 0
Screen Ratio: (16:9)

Sound: Stereo
Language: English

PLEASE NOTE:

We note that a lot of third party sellers are passing off PAL versions of James Herriot's Yorkshire as NTSC ( North American) versions.

The ones provided to amazon.co.uk are the real thing.

Please be wary of buying from other companies as, from all the complaints we have received, they will NOT play on US or Canadian systems. Many of these companies have refused to refund customers their money.

James Herriot's Yorkshire

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More details: James Herriot's Yorkshire website.

 

 

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