up for grabs!
Entertainment have just released
the complete first series of "Count Duckula"
on DVD, and to celebrate, The Hound has
been handed five fabulous copies to
To enter the draw, simply send us an
email with the subject heading "Duckula Giveaway".
Your email should include
your full name and contact address, including postcode/zip.
The closing date for entries is Monday,
24th October 2005.
Five winning submissions will be drawn at
random after the closing date, and winners
notified by email.
The Giveaway has now closed.
Well done to the winners!...
Kennedy, Leicester Matthew
Peterson , Leigh-on-Sea Sara
Duffy , Poole
James Hutchinson, Tholthope
not a vampire zanier than Duckula...
Cosgrove Hall's classic creation has at last come to
DVD in his entirety, thanks
Entertainment. They've put together a handsome package which
includes the first 26 episodes spread over three discs,
plus interviews with
Brian Cosgrove and John Doyle (senior producer/artist). Mike
us a guide to drawing our favourite duck, and there's
an article concerning the
restoration of the show on disc. And what's more, although
this is a Region 1
American DVD release, the discs are actually Region 0, which
play on most UK machines as well!
"Count Duckula: The Complete First Season"
was released on October 4th, and
Capital have constructed a
rather fine promotional site to accompany its
arrival, with downloads, an exclusive game, and more...
"He may hail from Transylvania, but Count Duckula
is a uniquely, ineptly
British creation. Our Count is supported
and hindered in equal amount by
his droll, dry manservant Igor and bumbling Nanny
who have stepped out
of Cosgrove Hall's top drawer of characters.
With its way-out storylines,
mutinous penguins, giant potatoes, and liberal
helpings of ketchup, it's
little wonder this vampire duck sunk his
teeth into a generation of eighties
schoolkids, who remain transfixed to this day!..."
go to the first five entries drawn after the closing date.
agree to having their names and country of location included on this
and addresses of entrants will not be disclosed to any third parties, or
any marketing purposes.
The DVDs are identified as Region 1 discs, compatible with USA machines,
they also appear to play
as Region 0 discs on UK machines - which means
folks from both sides
of the Pond can enter the Giveaway!
but we can not replace faulty or incompatible discs.