Station Jim

Published 2007
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It is the 1890s. Bob Gregson is a young lad who works as a porter at a rural railway station. He is keen to impress the stationmaster who is looking for a successor because he is about to retire. Having fallen in love with a teacher called Harriet Collins, Bob wants to raise money to save the local orphanage where she works and where he was brought up, after he hears that a local businessman, Mr Riorden, wants to sell it as part of a property deal. He discovers a stray Jack Russell terrier in one of the crates of goods that were delivered to the station and finds out that it can perform tricks such as standing on its hind legs because it had previously worked in a circus.

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Richmond Hill, Ont. : BFS Entertainment, c2007.
1 videodisc (ca. 87 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
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Director of photography, Vernon Layton ; music by Ilona Sekacz.
George Cole, Charlie Creed-Miles, Frank Finlay, Laura Fraser.
DVD ; full screen presentation.
For private home use only.
Special features: Victorian facts ; cast profiles.
Originally broadcasted on television in 2001.
For specific added features see container or interactive features menu while viewing disc.
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