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Old 21-10-2004, 15:21   #1
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[VHS] X-Files £10 per series at The Works

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Old 21-10-2004, 15:46   #2
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They have all but series 1 in Hemel. I bought series 9 as it's the only one I hadn't seen/taped off the telly. Still in two minds about whether I'm going to bother with any X-files on DVD. I love it but maybe life's too short to watch more than the odd episode again...
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Old 21-10-2004, 16:59   #3
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VHS, hold on a minute what Forums are we in?
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Who are 'The Works'? Never heard of them before.
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It's a discount bookshop type of place.
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spotted loads of these in the works in New Street Birmingham (might be 'Publishers Outlet' - but its the same chain as 'the works').

But... its VHS and I don't do VHS anymore.
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Spotted these in the Exeter branch last week - didn't bother to post on here, I thought VHS was a dirty word on these forums - still, a great price for anyone still buying VHS (just think how much we were paying for them a few years back )
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Spotted these in the Exeter branch last week - didn't bother to post on here, I thought VHS was a dirty word on these forums - still, a great price for anyone still buying VHS (just think how much we were paying for them a few years back )
I got the first series and didn't think it was worth posting here either. Good deal if you ask me though.
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Old 23-10-2004, 09:25   #9
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Sets £5.99 in London

For anyone interested, these sets can be picked up for £5.99 in a small video/dvd shop on charing cross road not far from tottenham court road.

The shop also has other boxsets at reasonably cheap prices.
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