We are having a bit of a typical British Summertime weather at the moment; I guess we should expect it especially being Wimbledon fortnight!

 

Dixon of Dock Green Collection 2

Despite the weather we have a cracking Summer catalogue going out in the post over the next few weeks full of hot new DVD releases and Exclusive titles that you can only from us at Acorn. To highlight just a few we have Collection 2 of hugely popular Dixon of Dock Green, in stock now ready to be dispatched, the ITV1 new series Murder on the Home Front, a great series exploring the origins of forensic detective work during WWII. Continuing on the classic detective genre we have Z Cars, the first time ever on DVD, this DVD contains colour episodes from 1972 and make up the first collection from Acorn, we are very excited about being able to release this DVD and hope you all enjoy it.

 

 

 

 

If TV Crime isn’t your thing we have some fantastic new Documentaries like David Starkey’s Music and Monarchy in which David reveals how Kings and Queens shaped the story and style of the nations musical tastes.  Monty Don’s French Garden follows his journey through the historical gardens of France that help inspired artist such as Monet and Cezanne. We also have the Pride & Prejudice Having a Ball where a team of experts recreate the Netherfield ball from Jane Austen’s book which provides the setting for the two lead characters' first meeting.  Filmed at Chawton House, this documentary explores the music, dance, food and clothing from the era.

 

Other highlights include Hell on Wheels Season 2, the Official 2013 TT Review, Discovery Channel’s new wildlife series North America plus new feature films like Lincoln, The Numbers Station, Life of PI, Hitchcock.


To see all the new releases in the July catalogue click here.


If you want to view a PDF of the new catalogue click here.


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