99-1: The Complete First Series DVD

Various (TV), 1994

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Film Details

Directed by Various (TV)

Produced in 1994

Main Language - English

Countries & Regions - British Film

Film Description

Leslie Grantham (EastEnders) stars as maverick cop Mick Raynor in this six-part thriller set in the no-man’s land where the underworld meets the establishment. While Raynor is posing as a bent ex-policeman, he is still very much part of the force – using his current identity to gain information on a complex web of organised crime and high-level corruption lurking beneath the surface of British public life. Raynor doesn’t make arrests every week. He’s after the big fish: the gangsters with knighthoods, the politicians who are laundering the money. In their pursuit, he faces the most dangerous assignments that will stretch his nerves – and his conscience – to the very limit.

Also starring Robert Stephens (as Raynor’s controller, Commander Oakwood), with appearances by Robert Carlyle and Sharon Duce, 99-1 was written by the award-winning dramatist and director Terry Johnson and produced by BAFTA winner Steve Clark-Hall.

DVD Details

Certificate: 15

Publisher: Network

Length: 300 mins

Aspect ratio: 4:3

Format: DVD Colour

Region: 2

Released: 14th February 2011

Cat No: 7953417

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  • 2 discs

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