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Author Topic: Video Blog of Sean Bean and Daragh O'Malley during filming of Peril  (Read 4611 times)

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Offline hklett1777

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Hello All,

My friend Farrell and I have just posted a new video blog by "The Making of Sharpe's Peril" director Alejandro Andrade.  The video features Sean Bean and Daragh O'Malley during their time off while filming Peril in India. To see the video, click on the link below:

If you have problems with Quicktime, you can also see the video on the Yuglo site:

We also hope to have a new interview with Alejandro Andrade on the site soon, now that he's been to India filming filming the documentary about Peril.

Thank you all for your support.


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Interesting! I really need to get the Sharpe's sets of DVD's... wish they weren't (like all Brit video sets) so expensive ;-(
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Very true -they are very expensive.  Once in a while you can find the Sharpe set on sale in Amazon.UK or other sellers.  Also sometimes Sharpe or Sean Bean forum members will be selling a set at a discount, if they get a new set for some reason (for example, when a new German box set was released not too long ago).