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  1. Dec 02,  · Tales of the Unexpected - The Dead Don’t Steal - Glynis Barber - Nicholas Ball - Duration: Steve Hume , views.
  2. Tales Of The Unexpected was a British show somewhat reminiscent of Twilight Zone or Night Gallery. All the episodes were penned by Roald Dahl so if you like Dahl's work you may really enjoy this show. The episodes come on 4 single sided discs, with all 25 epsiodes from the first 2 seasons here/5(25).
  3. These CDs containing stories from the series 'Tales of the Unexpected' have the stories 'Galloping Foxley', 'The Umbrella Man', 'Royal Jelly', 'William and Mary', 'Skin', 'Genesis and Catastrophe' and 'The Butler'. These are the final tales in the canon/5.
  4. Kiss Kiss is a collection of short stories by Roald Dahl, These are available individually as audio downloads, or together in a CD collection. The narrators are Stephanie Beacham, Juliet Stevenson, Derek Jacobi, Tales of the Unexpected; References Further .
  5. Description This collection showcases sixteen of Roald Dahl’s finest tales, taken from Kiss Kiss and Someone Like You. There are tales of the risk-takers, such as the man who wagers his daughter’s hand in marriage to a wine connoisseur, or the traveller who throws himself overboard on a cruise liner .
  6. Jun 02,  · English Tales of the Unexpected (Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected) is a British television series which aired between and Each episode told a story, often with sinister and wryly comedic undertones, with an unexpected twist ending.
  7. Aug 25,  · Tales Of The Unexpected Roald Dahl 'Taste' - Ron Moody & Antony Carrick - Duration: Steve Hume 1, views. Elaine Stritch / Tales Of The Unexpected .
  8. Roald Dahl can stand on your head, twist you in knots, tie up your hands and leave you gasping for more. In this, his latest selection of short stories the surprises are as wicked and witty as ever. Taken from Someone Like You, Kiss Kiss and The Wonderful World of Henry Sugar, plus four brand new stories, they lure you into a world as full of.
  9. I already own Kiss Kiss by Roald Dahl and enjoyed it so much I was looking forward to reading more of his short stories in Tales of the Unexpected. Little did I realise that over half the stories in the latter were in Kiss Kiss making my purchase a complete fordrerilblackbearerwhisperfire.xyzinfos:

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