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Horatio Hornblower series (DVD)

Highly recommend for those who haven't seen them yet. A British production company made a 8-DVD set for A&E Network, and the collector's edition set is around $25 on amazon.

I'm more of a book-guy myself, but these productions are truly great. Lots of footage of grand old boats and reproductions.
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I could not agree more.A great series.
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I just got into the 'book' series. I am trying to read them in order....next is Midshipman. I got the older movie and it was super...Greggory Peck was super! Great to read on board too.
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