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Old 01-19-06, 11:52 PM
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Looking for any British history / living in London movies

Are there any good history movies by the history channel I can download or rent from blockbuster regarding the history of Britan / British Empire? Any suggestions on any good movies regarding living in London?

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sorry it's a bad pic (and surprising since it's from Amazon.co.uk)

(US region 1 edition has different cover art)



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http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...v=glance&n=130
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question - how did you photo catch this so you could post this picture - the reason I went over to amazon.co.uk is that it's more easier to copy and then paste the image, than the US site.
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open up the link to the big picture, then when it opens right click the big pic and choose properties. Then you can cut and paste the URL from the image properties window.
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open up the link to the big picture, then when it opens right click the big pic and choose properties. Then you can cut and paste the URL from the image properties window.
oh - I never knew that - thanks.

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