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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Double Dare (Play for Today) (1967) DVD-R

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Alan Dobie, Kika Markham, Malcolm Terris,Joe Melia, John Hamill


Directed by John Mackenzie


Print: Color

Runtime: 1h 10min

Genre: Comedy



For the BBC's PLAY FOR TODAY series, Dennis Potter wrote this reflexive commentary on writers and actresses, the first Potter production to be done entirely on film. Playwright Martin Ellis intends to write a play about a call girl visiting a client at a hotel. So he invites the actress he plans for the part to join him for a drink at a hotel, hoping this will give him some material to work with. As they talk in the hotel lobby, the boundaries between fantasy and reality begin to blur and overlap.

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Alan Dobie, Kika Markham, Malcolm Terris,Joe Melia, John Hamill
Directed by John Mackenzie
Print: Color
Runtime: 1h 10min
Genre: Comedy

For the BBC's PLAY FOR TODAY series, Dennis Potter wrote this reflexive commentary on writers and actresses, the first Potter production to be done entirely on film. Playwright Martin Ellis intends to write a play about a call girl visiting a client at a hotel. So he invites the actress he plans for the part to join him for a drink at a hotel, hoping this will give him some material to work with. As they talk in the hotel lobby, the boundaries between fantasy and reality begin to blur and overlap.

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