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SEVEN UP! (1964)

Seven Up documentary

Originally conceived as a one-off film in the early 1960’s, Seven Up! went on to become one of the most remarkable social documents in the history of television, becoming a lifelong documentary in the true sense of the word.

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Sex and the City (1998)

Sex and the City

Not for the faint-hearted or easily shocked, Sex and the City was an adult, in your face and often hilarious look at the relationships of single men and women in turn-of-the-millennium America.

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Sez Les (1969)

Sez Les

Once described as the best-loved fat man in Britain Les Dawson won his place in the national heart not for his corpulence but for his comedy. Sez Les was made during the peak of his popularity and is often unfairly overlooked as a prime example of sketch-show comedy at its very best.

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Shadow Squad (1957)

Shadow Squad

Frustrated by the rules and regulations that hampered his criminal investigations, Detective Vic Steele turns his back on Scotland Yard and the Flying Squad to set up his own private detective agency.

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Sharpe (1994)

Sharpe

Historical drama starring Sean Bean in the adventures of a soldier during the later years of the Napoleonic Wars, through Wellington's Peninsular campaign up to and including Waterloo.

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Shelley (1979)

Shelley

Hywel Bennett as an educated but unemployed layabout with a sardonic wit who charms his way through lies and deceit to get what he wants.

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