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Found BTF on Amazon.com for about $15..then found "New Faces" for $2.58. Now if 
only I could order the Hancock's Half Hour sets without paying exhorbitant 
overseas shipping costs (I presume my little "region-free" Chinese DVD player 
won't have a problem with these).

dl

David Lennick wrote:
> I need to Google these things more often..forgot that Beyond the Fringe 
> was out on videotape (Beta only!) back in the 80s. Never owned a 
> Betamax, didn't think it was worth renting one just to dub one tape.
> 
> dl
> 
> Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
>> An excerpt from "Pete and Dud" is avaliable on the "Legends of British 
>> Comedy" DVD,there is also a PAL tape called "Pete and Dud:Laughing 
>> Stock",which I am not aware of the contents of.
>>
>>
>>                                               Roger Kulp
>>
>> Mike Richter <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Matt Sohn wrote:
>>>> One thing you'll never find on DVD or any other format is Pete & 
>>>> Dud. Other surprising goodies have shown up, like At Last The 1948 
>>>> Show, but Dudley Moore told me in an interview that the Beeb, in its 
>>>> infinite idiocy, had erased all the "Not Only But Also" tapes. The 
>>>> salvaged soundtrack excerpts issued on Decca/London LPs is all that 
>>>> exists, as far as I know.
>>>>
>>> There is, however, a DVD of the "1964 gala farewell performance" of 
>>> "Beyond the Fringe" featuring Pete & Dud as well as Jonathan Miller 
>>> and Alan Bennett.
>>
>> It seems unlikely that the Goons' "Down among the X Men" will ever 
>> make it to DVD. On which topic, are there other shorts than the 
>> Muckinese Battle Horn? I've a decent tape of that and want more!
>>
>> Mike
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