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Ripper Street – Just When He Thought He Was Out…!

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It’s been three years since Edmund Reid retired but when a good friend is condemned to hang for murder, he is reunited with his former colleagues Bennet Drake (now head of H Division) and Captain Homer Jackson.

The fourth season of Ripper Street also finds Drake investigating the murder of an Indian man on the docks – a case that will prove increasing complex and inconvenient as it progresses.

Ripper Street returns to BBC America on Thursday, July 28th (10/9C). For further details, follow the jump.

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The Three Musketeers – It Ain’t Art But Boy Is It Fun!

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Paul W.S. Anderson makes semi-big budget B-movies that repel critics as much as they attract a hardcore group of fans. In his most ambitious film yet, Anderson gives us the best bits from Alexandre Dumas’ The three Musketeers – and airships! In 3D! And, yes, it’s great fun!

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