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Description Charlie B. Barkin escapes from the dog pound and heads off to team up with his old buddy Carface Malone, who double-crosses him. Barkin finishes up in Heaven where he is refused entry until records of... more


Description A stylish, frantic fable and one of director Mel Brooks's earliest films, 'The Twelve Chairs' is a madcap mystery set in revolutionary Russia. An aging ex-nobleman of the czarist regime, Count I.M. Vo... more


Description A slapstick comedy written by Gene Wilder about a movie buff who takes a screen test for a stand-in role for Rudolph Valentino, while the real Valentino alienates his wife's affections. more


Description Charlie, the heroic, roguish mutt of All Dogs Go To Heaven, is growing impatient with the predictability of Dog Heaven, and decides he'd rather be back amongst the living. He gets his wish when the ne... more


Description A canine retelling of Charles Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL. It's set to be a wonderful Christmas at the Flea Bite Cafe with all the gang. However, Carface doesn't like Christmas and is set to spoil ever... more


Description Don Bluth's THE SECRET OF NIMH is an exquisitely drawn, colorfully animated feature about Mrs. Brisby, a brave mother field mouse who struggles to save her family's home from a farmer's plow. She soon... more


Description Members of the general public beware - Dom Joly is back, and this time he's going global! Features such characters as British Bob the Stuntman, Guido the Colombian Gigolo and Alan, the World's Livelie... more

TV Series

Description This TRIGGER HAPPY TV collection includes hilarious hidden-camera moments from the second season, once again presented by Dom Joly. more

TV Series

Description Dom Hemingway (Jude Law) is a larger-than-life safecracker with a loose fuse - funny profane and dangerous. Back on the streets of London after twelve years in prison it's time to collect what he's ow... more

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Review of Berliner Dom, Berlin


“The domed Dom”

published 02/04/2008

beautiful;, fascinating, reasonable, the coffins

chrage for toilet and church, museum and website only in German

...Last year I had a very unique opportunity to work in another country. I normally work at St Paul's Cathedral and got the chance to work in the Berlinerr Dom (Berlin Cathedral) for a week as an English tour guide. I was living right on top of my work place, as I was staying in a guest apartment in the cathedral's bell tower. I fell in love with Berlin and its cathedral so thought I would give...

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Review of Dark Tourist - Dom Joly


“Big Bad Dom”

published 29/10/2011

Easy enough to read, amusing anecdotes mixed with more serious stuff, nice concept

Awful photo reproduction, RRP too high, humour a little childish in places

...[NB: This book's correct name is The Dark Tourist.] Introduction A "dark tourist", so Dom Joly informs us in the introduction to this usually interesting and often entertaining read, is someone who deliberately seeks out destinations where unpleasant things have happened. In some cases this is even officially encouraged: the Tourism Ministry in Guyana has, or at least had, a scheme to...

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Review of Hotel Dom Pedro Palace, Lisbon


“Dom Pedro Palace”

published 29/02/2012

friendly staf and extensive breakfast

not the best location

...When we went to Lisbon we stayed at the hotel Dom Pedro palace. From the outside the hotel looks very modern and luxurious but the inside is a different story. The inside screams almost classic Mediterranean and is tastefully decorated. The lobby itself is a bit boring when you first walk in but luckily that improves when you enter the rest of the hotel. Checking in went easy and the only thing...

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