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He’s surly, self-centered, rude, and uptight—but he’s the only doctor in town. Martin Clunes stars as Doc Martin, a hotshot London surgeon forced to change careers when he develops a fear of blood. Relocating to a sleepy, scenic Cornish fishing village, he offends everyone in town and falls in love with a beautiful teacher.  “Absolutely bloody hilarious”—London Evening Standard.

He’s surly, self-centered, rude, and uptight—but he’s the only doctor in town. Martin Clunes (Men Behaving Badly) stars as Doc Martin, a hotshot London surgeon forced to change careers when he develops a fear of blood. Relocating to a sleepy, scenic Cornish fishing village, he offends everyone in town and falls in love with a beautiful teacher. Collection includes the first 4 seasons of this wildly popular Britcom seen on public television. “Absolutely bloody hilarious”—London Evening Standard.

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Disc 1
Episode 1:Tick Tock(aired in the U.S. as "The Apple Doesn’t Fall")
Louisa faints in front of her class, Aunt Joan nearly runs someone over with her car, and Portwenn’s new policeman is falling asleep on the job. When a young girl exhibits symptoms of ADHD, Doc Martin’s diagnosis is true to form: "She’s very annoying."

Episode 2:The Morning After(aired in the U.S. as "Movement")
Taking Doc Martin’s advice to "make some life changes," Bert Large abandons his plumbing business and opens a restaurant. Soon Portwenn is plagued by an outbreak of food poisoning. When Louisa falls victim, the doctor spoils a tender moment.

Episode 3:Love Thy Neighbor(aired in the U.S. as "City Slickers")
A family of city slickers moves in next to Louisa, bringing modern ideas about parenting and their bratty son. Doc Martin learns that the constable is agoraphobic as well as narcoleptic. When he threatens to report him, Aunt Joan puts phobias into perspective.

Episode 4:The GP Always Rings Twice(aired in the U.S. as "The Admirer")
Romance is in the salty air of Portwenn: Doc Martin is pursued by a glamorous divorcée. Aunt Joan is wooed by a handsome artist 30 years her junior. And Pauline’s old boyfriend, Al Large, returns home. No wonder the doctor drives a bit erratically.

Disc 2
Episode 5:Breaking Up Is Hard to Do(aired in the U.S. as "The Holly Bears a Prickle")
Martin and Louisa go on their first proper date. When he ruins a kiss with a tactless remark, it’s the last straw for Louisa. Meanwhile, Pauline’s gambling causes problems in the office, and a near-fatal accident has repercussions for Martin and Louisa.

Episode 6:The Two of Us(aired in the U.S. as "Nowt So Queer")
The news of Martin and Louisa’s engagement spreads quickly through the village; Aunt Joan is annoyed to hear it from Dave the postman. While plans are made for the wedding, mushrooms are making people sick, and Bert Large struggles to keep his restaurant afloat.

Episode 7:In Sickness and in Health(aired in the U.S. as "Happily Ever After")
It’s Martin and Louisa’s wedding day. The bridesmaid is injured, the vicar is drunk, a burst pipe floods the reception hall, and Martin has a personal encounter with a pig. Things go downhill from there.
  • Cast trivia
  • Cast filmographies
Packaging:Boxed set
Run Time:323 minutes
Format:Widescreen
Number of discs:2
Language:English
Subtitles:N/A
Color or B&W:Color
CC:No
SDH:Yes
Region Code:1
Aspect Ratio:16:9
Rating:N/A
"Absolutely bloody hilarious"—London Evening Standard

"The unlovable Doc Martin will win your heart"—Brattleboro Reformer

"Delightful … You’ll be hooked in no time."—The Globe and Mail(Canada)
British Comedy Award Winner for Best TV Comedy Drama (2004)

British Comedy Award Nomination for Best New TV Comedy (2004)

British Comedy Award Nomination for Best TV Comedy Actor (Martin Clunes, 2004)

National Television Award (UK) Nomination for Most Popular Actor (Martin Clunes, 2005)

Royal Television Society Award (UK) Nomination for Best Actor – Male (Martin Clunes, 2006)

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Disc 1
Episode 1:Tick Tock(aired in the U.S. as "The Apple Doesn’t Fall")
Louisa faints in front of her class, Aunt Joan nearly runs someone over with her car, and Portwenn’s new policeman is falling asleep on the job. When a young girl exhibits symptoms of ADHD, Doc Martin’s diagnosis is true to form: "She’s very annoying."

Episode 2:The Morning After(aired in the U.S. as "Movement")
Taking Doc Martin’s advice to "make some life changes," Bert Large abandons his plumbing business and opens a restaurant. Soon Portwenn is plagued by an outbreak of food poisoning. When Louisa falls victim, the doctor spoils a tender moment.

Episode 3:Love Thy Neighbor(aired in the U.S. as "City Slickers")
A family of city slickers moves in next to Louisa, bringing modern ideas about parenting and their bratty son. Doc Martin learns that the constable is agoraphobic as well as narcoleptic. When he threatens to report him, Aunt Joan puts phobias into perspective.

Episode 4:The GP Always Rings Twice(aired in the U.S. as "The Admirer")
Romance is in the salty air of Portwenn: Doc Martin is pursued by a glamorous divorcée. Aunt Joan is wooed by a handsome artist 30 years her junior. And Pauline’s old boyfriend, Al Large, returns home. No wonder the doctor drives a bit erratically.

Disc 2
Episode 5:Breaking Up Is Hard to Do(aired in the U.S. as "The Holly Bears a Prickle")
Martin and Louisa go on their first proper date. When he ruins a kiss with a tactless remark, it’s the last straw for Louisa. Meanwhile, Pauline’s gambling causes problems in the office, and a near-fatal accident has repercussions for Martin and Louisa.

Episode 6:The Two of Us(aired in the U.S. as "Nowt So Queer")
The news of Martin and Louisa’s engagement spreads quickly through the village; Aunt Joan is annoyed to hear it from Dave the postman. While plans are made for the wedding, mushrooms are making people sick, and Bert Large struggles to keep his restaurant afloat.

Episode 7:In Sickness and in Health(aired in the U.S. as "Happily Ever After")
It’s Martin and Louisa’s wedding day. The bridesmaid is injured, the vicar is drunk, a burst pipe floods the reception hall, and Martin has a personal encounter with a pig. Things go downhill from there.
  • Cast trivia
  • Cast filmographies
Packaging: Boxed set
Run Time: 323 minutes
Format: Widescreen
Number of discs: 2
Language: English
Subtitles: N/A
Color or B&W: Color
CC: No
SDH: Yes
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Rating: N/A
"Absolutely bloody hilarious"—London Evening Standard

"The unlovable Doc Martin will win your heart"—Brattleboro Reformer

"Delightful … You’ll be hooked in no time."—The Globe and Mail(Canada)
British Comedy Award Winner for Best TV Comedy Drama (2004)

British Comedy Award Nomination for Best New TV Comedy (2004)

British Comedy Award Nomination for Best TV Comedy Actor (Martin Clunes, 2004)

National Television Award (UK) Nomination for Most Popular Actor (Martin Clunes, 2005)

Royal Television Society Award (UK) Nomination for Best Actor – Male (Martin Clunes, 2006)

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5 Stars

Whiz from PA on 10/8/2013 12:29:00 PM wrote:

Series 3 is great watching. Only Martin could be so lovably rude! Today I ordered Series 4

5 Stars

Catherine L. Vinson from WA on 8/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I truly enjoy the Doc Martin series on PBS and wanted to have my own series to watch. I now have all 5, and have since odered the two movies.

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Walter Gehring from MA on 6/20/2013 4:47:00 PM wrote:

I have had Series 1, 2,& 3 and have trouble in all of them finding where I left off, when I have to close down for some reason. It's not easy to find the scene I left and do it quickly. At times, I have had to view the entire section to find out where I left off. Other than that, I love the series.

Doc Martin

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PATRICIA BRINKER from MO on 6/20/2013 4:47:00 PM wrote:

I have had Series 1, 2,& 3 and have trouble in all of them finding where I left off, when I have to close down for some reason. It's not easy to find the scene I left and do it quickly. At times, I have had to view the entire section to find out where I left off. Other than that, I love the series.

5 Stars

Alice Dodge, resident of Oregon. from OR on 2/8/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

That show on PBS is one of my favorites. I want to have DVD's in case they no longer air the shows.

5 Stars

Jim Daggs from IA on 10/31/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Love the Doc Martin series, and am thankful to be able to have it on DVD. Keep up the great work!

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I enjoy many of the English series and exchange DVDs with other from GA on 8/10/2012 2:38:00 PM wrote:

My family has totally enjoyed the complete series. We have watch it several time sent the purchase of the series.

Doc Martin series

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I enjoy many of the English series and exchange DVDs with other from GA on 8/10/2012 2:38:00 PM wrote:

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Kathleen Moser from TX on 8/1/2012 11:05:00 AM wrote:

Series 3, of course is great just like all the others! However, I want episodes 29-43 and have yet to understand where they are. New episodes being aired now are 60 and above but series 5 is not that high. Can"t get a straight answer.

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