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Win Horatio Hornblower: The Further Adventures on DVD!

Horatio Hornblower: Further Adventures DVD

It’s Horatio Hornblower: The Further Adventures, out from A&E on DVD. And here’s what they have to say for themselves:

He is the ultimate high-seas hero: a man of unshakable courage, unwavering principles, and extraordinary skill. Joining the Royal Navy at the outset of the bloody Napoleonic Wars, Horatio Hornblower rises quickly from raw recruit to seasoned sailor, and his exploits become the stuff of legend. A&E’s lavish adaptations of C.S. Forester’s classic novels charmed millions of viewers with their swashbuckling action, broadside battles, and below-decks intrigue. And, this August, A&E Home Entertainment delivers a newly-repacked and value-priced set HORATIO HORNBLOWER: THE FURTHER ADVENTURES, bringing together two feature-length chapters in the Emmy®-winning Hornblower saga: THE DUCHESS AND THE DEVIL and THE WRONG WAR.

Starring Ioan Gruffudd in the titular role (Fantastic Four, Titanic) whose films have grossed over a billion dollars worldwide, this “Pride and Prejudice for men” has been one of the jewels of A&E’s crown with hundreds of thousands of units sold to date. With rabid swashbucklers abounding, don’t miss this newly addition to the Hornblower home entertainment catalog!

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  • the Hornblower movies were great… loved them and the Sharpe’s Rifles series with Sean Bean too…

    remember when A&E actually meant Arts and Entertainment? (and MTV meant Music TeleVision)

  • J.E.: I’m afraid it doesn’t work like that, amigo. And besides, the vast majority of the contests you’re leaving this comment on (this is the only one I’m approving so I can reply) are closed. So even if I could, under the rules, do that…it’s a little late. But thanks for playing.