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The Ealing Rarities Collection - Volume Two
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A global byword for cinematic quality of a quintessentially British nature, Ealing Studios made more than 150 films over a three-decade period. A cherished and significant part of British film history, only selected films from both the Ealing and Associated Talking Pictures strands have previously been made available on home-video format - with some remaining unseen since their original theatrical release. The Ealing Studios Rarities Collection redresses this imbalance. Featuring new transfers from the best available elements, in their correct aspect ratio, this multi-volume collection showcases a range of scarce films from both Basil Dean's and Michael Balcon's tenure as studio head, making them available once more to the general public. MIDSHIPMAN EASY (1935) In the 1790s, a group of young midshipmen set sail for the first time - little realising they are embarking on an adventure that will see them battling pirates and smugglers. Black and White / 73 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English BRIEF ECSTASY (1937) A remarkable story of love lost and found, as a young couple are separated by circumstance, and plunged into emotional turmoil by a reunion... Black and White / 66 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English THE BIG BLOCKADE (1942) John Mills and Will Hay star in a wartime propaganda docu-drama showing the effects of the Allied blockade of Nazi Germany. Black and White / 71 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English THE FOUR JUST MEN (1939) The Four Just Men unearth two vital clues which point towards a dastardly plan to bring down the whole of the British Empire! Black and White / 81 mins / 1.33:1 / Mono / English

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Hadrian's Wall & The Borders Luxury Private Tou...
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The Romans came, they saw, but they couldn’t quite conquer. After centuries of raiding, plundering, and fighting the ancient north of Britannia, they decided to build a wall.But this isn’t just any wall, it’s an astounding achievement. It showcases the might of the ancient Roman Empire and illustrates how the Roman's interacted with tribal Britain.This excursion takes you to the most interesting parts and lets you learn about Rome’s influence on Britain, while also giving you a chance to explore the gentle rolling hills of the borders, and visit an ancient abbey.It’s perfect for anyone fascinated by the collision of cultures and quintessential British landscapes. No waiting for other passengers remember you call the shots this is Your Day, Your Way!With Door to Door service from Edinburgh along with complimentary Bottled Water and Wi-Fi Access you truly are getting that First Class experience the Scottish Way.

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Company of Crime (PC) - Steam Key - GLOBAL
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Company of Crimeis a criminal empire-builder featuring tactical turn-based missions. It takes place in 1960s London, the cultural capital of the world and home to a plethora of subcultures and businesses. Your task is to build a company that will own the criminal underworld, or if you play as the chief inspector of Scotland Yard’s famous Flying Squad, tear it down piece by piece. In the process you will go to pubs, clubs, vets, tailors, harbors and many other locations as you expand your influence over the city. Your team consists of either gang members possessing the different skills required to pull off criminal tasks, or detectives that have mastered the art of investigation. The big question is ultimately this: who will take London?Tactical turn-based melee combatWith a focus on melee combat and tight spaces, Company of Crime sets itself apart from other tactical turn-based strategy games. Units have a zone of control that makes them tied to the choices you make. Block enemy movements, build superiority in numbers, and gain flanking bonuses by attacking from behind. You can even kick enemies where the sun doesn’t shine to create safe passageways to units that would otherwise get free attacks. If someone grabs a gun, either find cover or go after them to wrestle it away before the bodies start piling up.Heat mechanicsWhen doing your dirty business, you’d be wise to silently extort your way through the underworld. Loud gunfire or shooting enemies will only attract more opposition, and a criminal empire that blows its cover won’t go far. Fighting the outcome of too much heat is always more difficult than avoiding it, and if things get too tough, you better have some leverage to get the cops off your back.Level progressionThis is more than just cops and robbers. Whatever the mission is, there is level progression beyond just hit points and stamina. Beating up the owner of a pub is one thing, but you can’t just bail before the police arrive. You’ll have to first assemble any evidence that will prove it was you at the crime scene before jetting.Building legit business with criminal meansBuilding a criminal empire requires a legitimate cover. Progression of the game takes place as you… ahem… “convince” people to sell their businesses and homes to you at a bargain price, or at least turn a blind eye to what you do in their back room. Owning more locations will unlock more items, features, and elements, but will also potentially expose you to a surprise attack from the police or a rival criminal family.Not just your own storyWhile your task is to create an empire of crime or to tear it down, this is not just your story. This is a story of 1960s London with beatniks, mods, lemonheads, rockers and every other cultural identity of the time. It’s also a story of a falling empire. The Cold War UK is shining in the cultural world, but is facing ever-increasing pressure from inside and out. There is a mysterious order trying to tear down the British Empire from the shadows, and who better to fight it than experts of the underworld and the famous Flying Squad.Reactive PoliceShady business takes place in obscurity, so police gameplay is more reactive. You get the call only when violence takes place, but that’s not the best way to find evidence against the criminal families. Assign sergeants to discover shady places, speak with informants, and apply for search warrants to raid questionable locales. Make sure they don’t burn the evidence before you manage to arrest them, or they’ll walk free as quickly as they were taken in.

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Time Bandits - Steelbook Edition
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The film that established Terry Gilliam as more than just Monty Python’s resident animator, this delightfully inventive children’s fantasy is about young Kevin (Craig Warnock) who finds himself travelling through holes in the space-time continuum in the company of half a dozen fractious dwarfs. Along the way, he encounters Agamemnon (Sean Connery), Robin Hood (John Cleese), Napoleon (Ian Holm) and winds up as a passenger on the Titanic, although not necessarily in that order. But is this just random entertainment laid on for history fan Kevin’s benefit, or part of a wider struggle between the forces of good (Ralph Richardson) and evil (David Warner)? At the time, this was a rare example of a small-budget British film successfully taking on American blockbusters. Now, it's a much-loved fantasy classic bursting with inspired images and ideas: Gilliam and co-writer Michael Palin (who also appears) are clearly enjoying themselves as much as their audience. Special Features: Limited Edition SteelBookTM packaging Brand new 2k-resolution restoration of the film from the original camera negative, approved by director and co-writer Terry Gilliam High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation Original Stereo 2.0 and 5.1 Dolby Surround options (uncompressed PCM and DTS-HD Master Audio on the Blu-ray) Optional English SDH subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Chasing Time Bandits: A new interview with Terry Gilliam Writing the Film that Dares Not Speak its Name: A new interview in which Michael Palin discusses co-writing and acting in Time Bandits The Effects of Time Bandits: A new interview in which Kent Houston, founder of the Peerless Camera Company, discusses Time Bandits’ optical effects Playing Evil: A new featurette in which actor David Warner remembers producer George Harrison and playing Evil in Time Bandits The Costumes of Time Bandits: A new interview with costume designer James Acheson The Look of Time Bandits: A new interview with production designer Milly Burns From Script to Screen – A new animated featurette in which Milly Burns takes us through her production notebooks, locations photographs and storyboards revealing how twentieth century Morocco was transformed into Ancient Greece Original Trailer Restoration Demonstration Collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by critic James Oliver Awards and Reviews: 5 stars - Empire “pleasingly dark with Gilliam delivering as much classical fairy tale as knockabout comedy.” - Empire 5 stars – Total Film “Frequent bursts of twisted humour, several flashes of horror and a ton of first-class Brit cameos” - Total Film “Gilliam is one of the great conjurers of cinema, and this film is proof of his ample and unpredictable talent.” - Radio Times “An extraordinarily inventive fantasy” - Time Out 5 stars - Empire “pleasingly dark with Gilliam delivering as much classical fairy tale as knockabout comedy.” - Empire 5 stars – Total Film “Frequent bursts of twisted humour, several flashes of horror and a ton of first-class Brit cameos” - Total Film “Gilliam is one of the great conjurers of cinema, and this film is proof of his ample and unpredictable talent.” - Radio Times “An extraordinarily inventive fantasy” - Time Out Cast and Crew: Director: Terry Gilliam Actors: John Cleese, Sean Connery, Shelley Duvall

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Private day tour forest rock sigiriya to dolphi...
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Welcome to gorgeous beach line Nilaveli..Trincoamalee beach is one of the natural finest deepwater harbours in the world. Other than that there is the Fort Fredrick that was built by the time of British Empire and it's in the prefect shape to this day. The famous Lovers leap rock is inside the. As for the religious "Koneshwaram" Hindu Kovil is there it's one of the oldest Hindu Kovils of the Island.Trincomalee they are wide clean and water is crystal clear and most famous and place that is not to miss is Marble Beach of Trincomalee .“Nilaweli” beach with the famous Pigeon Island, the corals around the island is a great place to snorkel in our opinion and red rocks lying just 2 km offshore are reachable by small boat. snorkelling in crystal clear water, whale watching across the bay, kite surfing all this in city built on a headland, which naturally protects the massive harbour behind it, also a naval station of Sri Lanka navy.Pigeon Island Snorkeling.

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Sharpe - Sharpe's Challenge/Sharpe's Peril
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Sharpe's ChallengeSean Bean is back as the award-winning adventure hero, Sharpe. Two years after the Duke of Wellington crushes Napoleon at Waterloo, there is news from India of a local Maharaja, who is threatening British interests there. Wellington sends Sharpe to investigate on what turns out to be his most dangerous mission to date. When a beautiful General's daughter is kidnapped by the Indian warlord, the tension mounts, leaving Sharpe no option but to pursue the enemy right into his deadly lair. Deep in the heart of enemy territory he also has to keep at bay the beautiful but scheming Regent, Madhuvanthi, who is out to seduce him. The fate of an Empire and the life of a General's daughter lie in one man's hands...Sharpe's PerilIt's India, 1818 and Lt Col Richard Sharpe and Sergeant Major Patrick Harper are travelling across India, escorting the beautiful Marie-Angelique Bonnet to meet her fianc. While in bandit-plagued badlands, they come across the very dregs of the Crown's troops: an ill disciplined, rag-tag unit led by boy soldier Beauclare. As Sharpe and company sit down to have dinner with their hosts, the camp comes under attack by the notorious bandit Chitu. When the dust settles, it becomes apparent there have been many casualties and Sharpe realises that he is the only person now capable of getting this wagon train to the safety of the next army garrison. Little does Sharpe know that the adventure has only just begun and that he has inadvertently stumbled across a massive opium trafficking ring...

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Transport Fever Steam Key GLOBAL
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Build your own big transport companyTransport Fever is tycoon type of game in which you're going to build your own railroad company. Player starts the game in 1850 and creates a flourishing transport company. You start with a simple company, which just started to develop in a target place. You have two main tasks to fulfill. First of all, you have to make your company flourish and develop services and high enough level for citizens of a target city. Fulfill the needs of people. You can do it in many different ways. For example, you might help the industry to export products to other countries. You can create railroads which are going to take people from one city to another. It is entirely up to you on what aspect of transport you're going to focus. Remember though that each city has different priorities so to speak. Hence, for example in one place, focusing on trains is going to be the best decision. While in another city, planes are going to be better. As a good businessman, you have to be able to tell what exactly people prefer. Build your own empire.Over 120 different models of vehiclesA good transport company cannot exist without vehicles. Transport Fever provides you with over 120 models of trains, planes, buses, trams, ships, trucks, and aircraft. As you can see, there is so much for you to choose from. Each one of them is detailed and represents the target period in history. You'll be able for example to buy 4-40 The General which is an American type locomotive from 1855. You can also have in your company the ship from 1921 known as SS Klondike. You can even have the legendary Concorde. For those of you who don't know, Concorde is a commercial British-French supersonic passenger airplane capable of flying faster than 2 Mach. A legendary plane at your disposal.Two types of gameplayTransport Fever offers you two different types of gameplay. The first one is campaign mode. Here you're going to learn about the history of transport itself. You'll take on various scenarios where you recreate the most important events from 19th and 20th century. The other type of gameplay is endless mode. The endless mode as the name suggest allows you to play a free game. Your only aim here is to simply create your own transport empire. Do you think that you'll be able to do it?

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The Mughal Empire and British Raj
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If you want to discover the captivating history of the Mughal Empire and British Raj, then keep reading... Two captivating manuscripts in one book:The Mughal Empire: A Captivating Guide to the Mughal Empire in South Asia and the Impact the Mughals Had on the History of India The British Raj: A Captivating Guide to the British in India, Starting from the Indian Rebellion of 1857 to the Indian Independence Act of 1947 The Mughal Empire, also known as the Moghul Empire, lasted for about three centuries, and at its peak, it covered 3.2 million square kilometers, from the outer borders of the Indus Basin in the west to the highlands of Assam and Bangladesh in the east, and from Afghanistan and Kashmir in the north to the Deccan Plateau in the south. The Mughal Empire also took the territories of what used to be known as Hindustan in the northern Indian subcontinent. With such a large territory came many diverse peoples, roughly numbering 150 million souls. The name "Mughal" comes from the Persian word for Mongols, which, over time, came to mean only the Islamic people of Babur's dynasty in India. During its peak, the Mughal Empire was one of humanity's most powerful and richest political entities, overshadowed maybe only by contemporary China. The empire relied on its military, and as such, most of its income was spent on supplying and maintaining the most modern army of the period. The rulers relied on conquest, which would reward the most loyal soldiers and bring new lands and people who would farm it. The British Raj did not cover just where India is today. In fact, it spanned across the territories of four separate states that exist today: Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, and Burma. It is estimated that around a quarter of a million British were buried in these territories since the East India Company set its first foothold. The oldest European graves can be found in port cities such as Madras or Bombay, where the first merchants settled trading offices. Here are just some of the topics covered in part 1 of this book:Origins of the Mughal Empire In the New Land Humayun of the Mughal Empire The Empire under Emperor Akbar One Hundred Years of the Mughal Empire (1605-1707) The Decline and Fragmentation of the Empire (1707-1857) The Final Generations of the Mughals (1748-1857) Memory of the Mughal Empire And much, much more! Here are just some of the topics covered in part 2 of this book:East India Company, the First British Presence on the Indian Subcontinent East India Company, the First British Presence on the Indian Subcontinent The Crown's Rule of India The Famines of India Nationalism in India India during World War I Mahatma Gandhi World War II, the "Quit India" Movement, and Independence And much, much more! So if you want to learn more about the Mughal Empire and British Raj, scroll up and click the "add to cart" button!

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The Mughal Empire and British Raj
17,74 € *
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If you want to discover the captivating history of the Mughal Empire and British Raj, then keep reading... Two captivating manuscripts in one book:The Mughal Empire: A Captivating Guide to the Mughal Empire in South Asia and the Impact the Mughals Had on the History of India The British Raj: A Captivating Guide to the British in India, Starting from the Indian Rebellion of 1857 to the Indian Independence Act of 1947 The Mughal Empire, also known as the Moghul Empire, lasted for about three centuries, and at its peak, it covered 3.2 million square kilometers, from the outer borders of the Indus Basin in the west to the highlands of Assam and Bangladesh in the east, and from Afghanistan and Kashmir in the north to the Deccan Plateau in the south. The Mughal Empire also took the territories of what used to be known as Hindustan in the northern Indian subcontinent. With such a large territory came many diverse peoples, roughly numbering 150 million souls. The name "Mughal" comes from the Persian word for Mongols, which, over time, came to mean only the Islamic people of Babur's dynasty in India. During its peak, the Mughal Empire was one of humanity's most powerful and richest political entities, overshadowed maybe only by contemporary China. The empire relied on its military, and as such, most of its income was spent on supplying and maintaining the most modern army of the period. The rulers relied on conquest, which would reward the most loyal soldiers and bring new lands and people who would farm it. The British Raj did not cover just where India is today. In fact, it spanned across the territories of four separate states that exist today: Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, and Burma. It is estimated that around a quarter of a million British were buried in these territories since the East India Company set its first foothold. The oldest European graves can be found in port cities such as Madras or Bombay, where the first merchants settled trading offices. Here are just some of the topics covered in part 1 of this book:Origins of the Mughal Empire In the New Land Humayun of the Mughal Empire The Empire under Emperor Akbar One Hundred Years of the Mughal Empire (1605-1707) The Decline and Fragmentation of the Empire (1707-1857) The Final Generations of the Mughals (1748-1857) Memory of the Mughal Empire And much, much more! Here are just some of the topics covered in part 2 of this book:East India Company, the First British Presence on the Indian Subcontinent East India Company, the First British Presence on the Indian Subcontinent The Crown's Rule of India The Famines of India Nationalism in India India during World War I Mahatma Gandhi World War II, the "Quit India" Movement, and Independence And much, much more! So if you want to learn more about the Mughal Empire and British Raj, scroll up and click the "add to cart" button!

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