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The Curse of the Wraydons; now officially on DVD in UK
Topic Started: Jan 6 2014, 12:55 AM (310 Views)
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This year begins VERYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY well:


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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Curse-Wraydons-DVD...426360&sr=1-648

OK, it's certainly not the best Tod Slaughter feature, but it's Tod anyway and for me anything with him is better than other things with.... almost anybody, in fact. Tod is like Boris, Bela, Peter, Vincent and some others, totally unique in his own way.
So, in UK, just two of Tod's features remain unavailable on DVD, "Sexton Blake and the Hooded Terror" and "The Ticket of Leave Man". Plus of course the "lost" 1938 movie "Darby and Joan".
Something tells me that 2014 will be the Tod Slaughter Year.
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