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Wonderful, rarely seen LWT series! a DVD is a must; I can't believe it hasn't been released yet!
As far as I know this series was only shown once. I didn't have a VHS recorder yet then (-it was just invented-) otherwise I would've recorded it. A series like no other about two teenagers in love who run away from home and their adventures together. Featuring Ray Brooks, the late, great Charlotte Coleman and also a young Nicholas Lyndhurst ('Rodney' in Only Fools & Horses), this 6 part series is lovely, well acted and totally compelling. Hopefully Network will do a DVD soon!
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