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Four-part drama about a writer recruited into espionage work by British intelligence during the First World War. Based on the writings of Somerset MaughamWritten by
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Great Mini Series. It's a scandal that it's not available on DVD or video anywhere
It's outrageous that this series is not available ANYWHERE in any format. The people responsible for scouting TV series for video production should be taken out and shot for missing this one. Meanwhile the video and DVD markets are literally drowning in crappy TV series and movies. For shame!!
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