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The Snow Goose DVD, 1971 British Film, Richard Harris, Jenny Agutter

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The Snow Goose DVD, 1971 British Film, Richard Harris, Jenny Agutter

Not a new DVD but in Great condition in a plain cover.

One of the rarest and obscure films ever.It has never been officially released and the few DVD's that have appeared are poor quality.We certainly have the best ever and only the first 4 minutes of the film are poorish quality.

Paul Gallico's moving classic stars Richard Harris as a Crippled Lighthouse Keeper Phillip Rhayadar on the Essex Marshes in the late 1930's who forms an unlikely friendship with a Teenage School Girl Frith played by Jenny Agutter after they find an injured Snow Goose shot by Poachers.A real Handkerchief Family Movie it will bring tears to your eyes.

 Actually filmed on the River Blackwater and Marshes in remotest Essex in Locations such as Tollesbury, Goldhanger, Maldon, Heybridge Basin and Northey Island
The Snow Goose won the Golden Globe Best TV Movie 1972.It has a 50 minute duration and is one of the most sought after and rarest films ever.

Full refund if not delighted once the DVD is returned to us.

 

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  1. Excellent example for such a scarce film that has never been released for the market.

    Posted by MR ANDREW DAVID RUSSELL LEWIS on 9th Jul 2021

    This is an amazingly rare beast that has only ever been shown on television and never officially released either on VHS or DVD. The only other copy I have seen is rubbish. This DVD, whilst obviously not digitally remastered, lives up to all my expectations and a delight to see again after so many years.


  2. A Rare And Beautiful Film that hasn't dated.

    Posted by George Viscas on 3rd Jul 2019

    I've never forgotten "The Snow Goose" since seeing it one night here in Melbourne Australia and not realising that it was only going to receive one screening. I knew that Paul Galicco had refused major film studios from touching it after one studio wanted to give it an 'epic' size thus drowning the simplicity and its intimate nature so he refused all offers from other studious in putting it on screen. Until approx.,1971. As I played it the other night I realised I had not forgotten a single scene, that's how powerful this short telemovie is. Since now vhs machines were in existence then, the quality of the movie has somewhat suffered since then but it didn't matter and Garden Room were correct; their copy is the BEST copy you'll find. The opening 4 minutes is fine to watch but then clears up somewhat after that and the rest of the movie becomes a joy to watch. Most certainly I am not sorry for this purchase. And neither will you be. If you have never seen this magnificent telemovie, then do yourself a favour and purchase it. You'll be watching it more than once I can assure you.


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