(http://www.dvdbits.com/reviews.asp?id=2666)? It is coded region 4,
but with a multi-region player it should not be a problem to see it
elsewhere than Australia.
The given overall running time of 750 minutes would account for 15
episodes of 50 minutes but I cannot find an episode list. The short
contents descriptions of the four DVDs could be written for the BBC or
dutch edition as well.
At another address
(http://www.dvdorchard.com.au/Product.asp?PND=111856) the same edition
is to include five DVDs instead of four but with only 632 minutes
contents. That does not make sense at all.
I would much like to know if this edition is cut like the others or not.
— In email@example.com, "Diana" <moonroll@n…> wrote:
> Hi Ron,
> US & Canadian DVDs are usually Region 1 whereas Europe is Region 2.
> There are also a few DVDs which are Region 0 and can be played on any
> equipment. Unfortunately, the Onedin Line DVDs of series one
> released in the UK by Playback are Region 2. I also believe series
> one, two and three available from a Dutch company are Region 2 but am
> not positive (I'm at work at present so can't check mine). These can
> also be purchased on eBay.
> However, in Europe you can buy multi-region DVD players which will
> play DVDs from any region. Don't know if you can get multi-region
> DVD players in the US but I understand it's quite a simple process to
> convert the equipment to multi-region (don't ask me how as I'm not
> that technical!).
> More more info on DVD regions:
> Hope this helps.
> I certainly recommend you purchase the two BFS Onedin Line sets on
> DVD. Enjoy!