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Doc Martin: the Movies
     

Doc Martin: the Movies

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Director: Ben Bolt

Cast: Martin Clunes, Tristan Sturrock, Barbara Lott

 
British television's inimitable Doc Martin (Martin Clunes) - the short-tempered yet loveable obstetrician who flees to a coastal village while reassessing his work and his marriage, but becomes enmeshed in small-town life - toplines the two feature-length films in this release, that were originally used to kick off the eponymous series built around the character.

Overview

British television's inimitable Doc Martin (Martin Clunes) - the short-tempered yet loveable obstetrician who flees to a coastal village while reassessing his work and his marriage, but becomes enmeshed in small-town life - toplines the two feature-length films in this release, that were originally used to kick off the eponymous series built around the character. Featured are: Doc Martin and Doc Martin and the Legend of the Cloutie.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/30/2011
UPC:
0054961860494
Source:
Acorn Media
Presentation:
[Wide Screen, Color]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
2:42:00
Sales rank:
6,286

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Doc Martin: The Movies
1. A Nice Guy [12:53]
2. In Port Isaac [11:20]
3. Out to Sea [11:10]
4. Another Doctor [13:01]
5. Village Meeting [14:14]
6. Not a Fisherman [12:22]
Disc #2 -- Doc Martin: The Movies
1. A New Home [12:53]
2. Cornish Problems [11:20]
3. Morning View [11:10]
4. One Cloutie [13:01]
5. Small Community [14:14]
6. The Getaway [12:22]

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Doc Martin: the Movies 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Jay-Fer More than 1 year ago
These movies, pilots for the show, are great entertainment, but the Doc we know and love/hate in the series is not quite who we meet here. The Doc in these movies is younger, nicer, and more human than the brilliant and icy Doc in the series. The village is much the same though, and the quirkiness of the locale and the locals is true to the series. Doc is labeled and scorned as an outsider in movie 1, and persecuted for supposed wrongdoings, never mind these doings started long before he came to Port Isaac. In movie 2 he's earned some respect as a transplanted local, and sets about running off developers who seek to buy and ruin a local estate he wants for his own home. Both films are warm and funny, though Doc is the only character familiar to us from the series.