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All creatures great & small the complete series 1 collection [videorecording] / [a co-production of BBC and Time-Life Films, Inc. ; producer, Bill Sellars].

Contributor(s): Sellars, Bill | Herriot, James.
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: [England] : Burbank, Calif. : BBC Video ; Distributed in the US and Canada by Warner Home Video, [2002]Description: 4 videodiscs (646 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 0790766132.Other title: All creatures great and small. Series 1, episodes 1-13.Subject(s): Herriot, James -- Drama | Veterinarians -- Drama | Country life -- Drama | Yorkshire Dales (England) -- Drama | Biographical television programs | Feature films | Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Contents:
Horse sense / adapted by Brian Clark ; directed by Terence Dudley Dog days / adapted by Brian Finch ; directed by Peter Moffatt It takes all kinds / adapted by Johnny Byrne ; directed by Christopher Baker
Calf love / adapted by Anthony Steven ; directed by Terence Dudley Out of practice / adapted by Johnny Byrne ; directed by Peter Moffatt Nothing like experience / adapted by Johnny Byrne ; directed by Christopher Baker
Golden lads and girls / adapted by Brian Finch ; directed by Terence Dudley Advice and consent / adapted by Brian Finch ; directed by Peter Moffatt The last furlong / adapted by Anthony Steven ; directed by Christopher Baker Sleeping partners / adapted by Johnny Byrne ; directed by Terence Dudley
Bulldog breed / adapted by Brian Finch ; directed by Peter Moffatt Practice makes perfect / adapted by Johnny Byrne ; directed by Christopher Baker Breath of life / adapted by Anthony Steven ; directed by Terence Dudley
Production Credits: Film cameramen, Ken Morgan, John Kenway ; film editors, Henry Fowler, Mike Duxbury ; theme music composed by Johnny Pearson.
Cast: Christopher Timothy, Robert Hardy, Peter Davison, Carol Drinkwater.Summary: In the mid-1930s, young James Herriot, fresh from veterinary school, arrives in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales to begin his career.
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Christopher Timothy, Robert Hardy, Peter Davison, Carol Drinkwater.

Film cameramen, Ken Morgan, John Kenway ; film editors, Henry Fowler, Mike Duxbury ; theme music composed by Johnny Pearson.

Based on the books by James Herriot.

Originally broadcast on television in 1978.

MPAA rating: Not rated.

In the mid-1930s, young James Herriot, fresh from veterinary school, arrives in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales to begin his career.

Disc 1: Horse sense / adapted by Brian Clark ; directed by Terence Dudley (50 min.) -- Dog days / adapted by Brian Finch ; directed by Peter Moffatt (50 min.) -- It takes all kinds / adapted by Johnny Byrne ; directed by Christopher Baker (50 min.).

Disc 2: Calf love / adapted by Anthony Steven ; directed by Terence Dudley (50 min.) -- Out of practice / adapted by Johnny Byrne ; directed by Peter Moffatt (50 min.) -- Nothing like experience / adapted by Johnny Byrne ; directed by Christopher Baker (50 min.).

Disc 3: Golden lads and girls / adapted by Brian Finch ; directed by Terence Dudley (50 min.) -- Advice and consent / adapted by Brian Finch ; directed by Peter Moffatt (50 min.) -- The last furlong / adapted by Anthony Steven ; directed by Christopher Baker (50 min.) -- Sleeping partners / adapted by Johnny Byrne ; directed by Terence Dudley (50 min.).

Disc 4: Bulldog breed / adapted by Brian Finch ; directed by Peter Moffatt (50 min.) -- Practice makes perfect / adapted by Johnny Byrne ; directed by Christopher Baker (50 min.) -- Breath of life / adapted by Anthony Steven ; directed by Terence Dudley (50 min.).

Special features on disc 4 include: 48-min. archival documentary on Alf Wight (James Herriot); who's who in the cast.

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