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Ripper Street: Season 5 (Blu-ray)

Ripper Street: Season 5 (Blu-ray)

$27.98

Welcome back to Whitechapel where the final series of Ripper Street finds its end during the cold winter of 1901, taking our heroes to a place where a dark secret they all share emerges to destroy the lives they’ve built, and – we fear – the lives they once hoped to have. Includes all 6 episodes of this gripping drama that explores the criminal underworld of London’s East End. Stars Matthew Macfadyen (Pride and Prejudice), Jerome Flynn (Game of Thrones), Adam Rothenberg (Elementary) and David Threlfall (Shameless). 6 hours on 1 Blu-ray disc. SDH

SKU: 20950
PRE-ORDER - RELEASE DATE: Aug 29, 2017
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Welcome back to Whitechapel where the final series of Ripper Street finds its end during the cold winter of 1901, taking our heroes to a place where a dark secret they all share emerges to destroy the lives they’ve built, and – we fear – the lives they once hoped to have. Includes all 6 episodes of this gripping drama that explores the criminal underworld of London’s East End. Stars Matthew Macfadyen (Pride and Prejudice), Jerome Flynn (Game of Thrones), Adam Rothenberg (Elementary) and David Threlfall (Shameless). 6 hours on 1 Blu-ray disc. SDH

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Format: Blu-ray
Brand: Ripper Street
Run Time: Approx. 300 mins.
Number of Discs: 1
Region: Region 1
Character: Bow Tie
UPC Code : 883929591534
Cast: Matthew Macfadyen (Pride & Prejudice), Jerome Flynn (Game of Thrones), MyAnna Buring (Downton Abbey), David Threlfall (Shameless, Hot Fuzz) and Matthew Lewis (Harry Potter)
Editorial Reviews: “as thrillingly ridiculous as ever” – The Telegraph
“A perfect farewell to a series reborn” –Den of Geek
“These six exceptional episodes... Do more than justice to the richly brocaded cesspit of a world…it’s a grand, high-piled and devastating bonfire to see them off.” – The Guardian
Episodes: 6 Episodes
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