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OTHER DVDS/VIDEOS: DAVID TENNANT

David Tennant's other work available on DVD and video, listed alphabetically.

Being Considered

UK: buy DVD at Amazon  US: no DVD available

UK: buy video at Amazon

Bright Young Things

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No video available

Blackpool

UK: buy DVD at Amazon  US: no DVD available

No video available

An excellent Pennies From Heaven-stylee drama where everyone occasionally bursts into song. David Tennant is one of the leads as a lovelorn policeman, and a very good job he does of it too. Watch out for the iconic moment where he crosses the road in front of the Doctor Who museum: very brain-bending.

Casanova

UK: buy DVD at Amazon  US: no DVD available

No video available

Considering Casanova's written by Russell T Davies and stars David Tennant, this is a must, and it's great even if you've never heard of Doctor Who. The history part's rubbish, so think of it as an entertaining comedy drama in pretty frocks. Well, that's how it starts, anyway, but it's a sneaky one: by the end, it's built into a drama with real emotional heft. Dazzling. David Tennant is terrific, if a little too Doctor-like at first, and Peter O'Toole is completely brilliant as Casanova senior. There's also a great icy villain turn by the delectable Rupert Penry-Jones, and terrific cameos by Britcom luminaries Matt Lucas, Mark Heap and Garth Merenghi, we mean Matthew Holness. Doctor fanciers, may we just draw you aside and whisper: not just knee boots. Over-the-knee boots.

(Warning: if you're of a timid, retiring or canon-worshipping disposition, the spectacle of the Doctor engaging in multiple simulated sex scenes is liable to make your eyelashes curl. Did we need to mention how unbothered we were by this? Didn't think so.)

Foyle's War

US: buy DVD at Amazon

  US: no video available

Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire (2-disc widescreen edition)

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No video available

It's not the size of the part, it's what you do with it. Hur hur hur. David Tennant doesn't have a lot of screen time, but really makes his mark. Can he do evil? You bet he can.

Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire (1-disc widescreen edition)

UK: no DVD available    US: buy DVD at Amazon

No video available

Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire (full screen edition)

UK: no DVD available    US: buy DVD at Amazon

No video available

He Knew He Was Right

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No video available

This is lots of fun in in itself (if you think Trollope is stuffy, think again), but particularly notable for David Tennant's hilarious turn as a fickle vicar. Slimy, cowardly, unmissable.

The Last September

No DVD available

UK: buy video at Amazon   US: no video available

Mrs Bradley Mysteries: Vol 2

UK: no DVD available US: buy DVD at Amazon

UK: buy video at Amazon   US: buy video at Amazon

Alas, although we loved all of these, we can't remember David Tennant in them. Buy them anyway: we're going to.

The Quatermass Experiment

UK: buy DVD at Amazon  US: no DVD available

No video available

Randall And Hopkirk (Deceased): Series 1

UK: buy DVD at Amazon  US: no DVD available

UK: buy video at Amazon  US: no video available

This is another one we can't recall David Tennant in but loved anyway. Styly, funny, all that stuff, and it also has Tom Baker in it.