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The sandbaggers collection. / Set 2

Author: Roy MarsdenElizabeth Bennett, actress.Ray LonnenJerome WillisRichard VernonAll authors
Publisher: Richmond Hill, Ont. : BFS Video, ©2001.
Series: Sandbaggers collection
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The CIA term theirs "Clandestine Operations Division," the KGB call theirs "Executive Action Section" and the British Secret Intelligence Services's team go by the nickname "The Sandbaggers." Roy Marsden is Neil Burnside, ex-Sandbagger and now Director of Operations for SIS. Burnside is a dedicated professional, to whom SIS is not simply a way of life, but life itself.
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Genre/Form: Television programs
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Roy Marsden; Elizabeth Bennett, actress.; Ray Lonnen; Jerome Willis; Richard Vernon; Ian Mackintosh; Yorkshire Television.
ISBN: 0773311955 9780773311954 0779251148 9780779251148 0779251156 9780779251155 0779251164 9780779251162
OCLC Number: 49856232
Notes: Not rated.
Special features: interactive menus and scene selection, a biography of Sandbaggers creator Ian Mackintosh, a complete episode guide, a guide to Sandbaggers abbreviations, memorable dialogue from the series, production stills.
Credits: Camera, Allan Pyran; production design, Roger Andrews; editor, Peter Taylor; music, Roy Budd.
Cast: Roy Marsden, Elizabeth Bennett, Ray Lonnen, Jerome Willis, Richard Vernon.
Event notes: DVD release of episodes 8-13 of The Sandbaggers, originally broadcast by ITV Jan. 28-Mar. 3, 1980.
Description: 3 videodiscs (ca. 312 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4.
Details: DVD; Dolby digital.
Contents: At all costs --
Enough of ghosts --
Decision by committee --
A question of loyalty --
It couldn't happen here --
Operation kingmaker.
Series Title: Sandbaggers collection
Responsibility: Yorkshire Television colour production ; written by Ian Mackintosh ; produced by Michael Ferguson, Derek Bennett ; directed by Peter Creegan, Alan Grint, [or] Michael Reynolds.

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The CIA term theirs "Clandestine Operations Division," the KGB call theirs "Executive Action Section" and the British Secret Intelligence Services's team go by the nickname "The Sandbaggers." Roy Marsden is Neil Burnside, ex-Sandbagger and now Director of Operations for SIS. Burnside is a dedicated professional, to whom SIS is not simply a way of life, but life itself.

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