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Doc Martin - Series 1-9 Box Set [DVD]

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This complete collection celebrates the very essence of what has made Doc Martin so special, including every episode since 2004, when the grumpy Doc and the quirky characters of Portwenn started to bring their certain kind of joy to viewers around the world. Described as "one of the funniest and most entertaining shows on television" this boxset brings together every series ever of the much loved stories of Doc Martin, as well as the Christmas Finale: Last Christmas in Portwenn and the special documentary Farewell Doc Martin. Series 1 episodes are: 'Going Bodmin', 'Gentlemen Prefer', 'S**t Happens', 'The Portwenn Effect', 'Of All the Harbours in All the Towns' and 'Haemophobia'. Then following a calamitous honeymoon, he and Louisa must learn to live together, raise a child and manage two careers.

Contining the ups and downs in the sleepy village of Portwenn, this fourth series has Doc Martin questioning his future in the village following the departure of school headmistress Louisa.When we describe the sleeve we are describing the printed paper cover or booklet that is included inside the case. Plus, his crippling blood phobia is back and his ghastly mother picks a bad time to show up at the Ellingham's door. Portwenn itself is brought to life by its rich array of characters including the formidable Sally Tishell who runs the local chemist, Bert Large and his son Al, local policemen Mark Mylow and Joe Penhale, Doc Martin's aunt Dr Ruth Ellingham and, of course, the primary school teacher who fell for the man they thought had no heart, but she found it, Louisa Glasson who would become Louisa Ellingham. Doc Martin’s unique blend of humor, drama, and quirky characters has captured the hearts of audiences worldwide, making this DVD set a must-have for fans of British television. SERIES 7: Doc Martin's bad manners and unusual ways continue to cause tension among the locals in the picturesque Cornish village of Portwenn.

Starring Martin Clunes and Carline Catz, ˜Doc Martin' follows a gruff but affable GP with a blood phobia who moves from London to the sleepy Cornish town of Portwenn where he must navigate life in a new town while attending to the needs of the town's eccentric residents. In the wake of their tumultuous time, Martin tries to fix his marriage after Louisa decides she needs some time away. Martin Ellingham, a grumpy and unorthodox GP who practices medicine in the picturesque seaside village of Portwenn.On the other hand, though, things aren't looking great for Bert, after Caitlin kicks him out, citing his laziness as one of the reasons.

The Portwenn Surgery is open again but things aren’t running as smoothly with new receptionist, Max Foreman. Series 6 episodes are: 'Sickness and Health', 'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner', 'The Tameness of a Wolf', 'Nobody Likes Me', 'The Practice Around the Corner', 'Hazardous Exposure', 'Listen With Mother' and 'Departure'. Also includes the two feature-length movies that inspired the show, behind-the-scenes retrospective Farewell Doc Martin (47 min.

In this tenth, and final series of Doc Martin, the inhabitants of Portwenn are back and up to their usual antics! If you’ve already done that, your item hasn’t arrived, or it’s not as described, you can report that to Etsy by opening a case.

Despite his surgical brilliance, Doc Martin has no interpersonal skills and his bedside manner soon starts to upset his new patients, causing havoc throughout the village!We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our site, provide personalised content and advertising, analyse our traffic, and ensure you see more of what you love.

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