Lionheart and Dunning journey to the lost tombs of Egypt to prevent an outbreak of the Black Death. Starring Nicholas Courtney, Terry Molloy and Brian Blessed.
2 x CD
Running time 110 mins
Also includes immediate download of 20-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Immediate download of 20-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
The first five Scarifyers stories on compact disc,
featuring Nicholas Courtney as Lionheart.
Normally £59.95, buy the set for just £40.00
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The Devil of Denge Marsh
For King and Country
The Curse of the Black Comet
The Secret Weapon of Doom
"This is a first-class romp... The story rattles along at a high octane pace as Lionheart and Dunning travel in various modes of transport across the world to discover the truth about Sir Basil Champion's unlikely demise.
Nicholas Courtney and Terry Molloy (familiar as Doctor Who's Brigadier and Davros) are now well-established as the no-nonsense Lionheart and timid academic Dunning. Both clearly enjoy playing their respective characters and manage to hold their own against the mighty Brian Blessed, in itself no mean feat.
Once again, Cosmic Hobo has created a delightful comedy drama which has a real sense of period. The sound design is top notch giving one a sense of being part of the action, whether in an Egyptian tomb or a Scottish castle or out at sea. Without a doubt, this is one of the best Scarifyers stories yet."
DEN OF GEEK
released 01 September 2009
Nicholas Courtney as Lionheart
Terry Molloy as Professor Dunning
Brian Blessed as Sir Basil Champion
David Benson as D.D. Denham, Caulfield-Browne and Percival Pickering
Lizzie Roper as Kitty Smith, Beryl Champion and Matron
Alex Lowe as Headley Waghorn, Herbert Crane and Samuel Ravenscroft
David Bickerstaff as Hamish Harris, Mr Sparrow and Captain Kloot
Written by Simon Barnard and Paul Morris
Produced and directed by Simon Barnard
Music by Edwin Sykes
Post-production by Ant Danbury
Design and artwork by Garen Ewing
Recorded at Chestnut Studios, London
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