Exclusively for DVD and never to be broadcast on TV, Dingles For Richer For Poorer is the must see film Emmerdale fans have been waiting for – your favourite Emmerdale regulars in a feature length story as you’ve never seen them before! The Dingle family are feeling the pinch, resorting to eating scraps and selling old bric-a-brac to make ends meet. Clutching at straws, Zak sets off with Belle to buy a Eurobillions rollover week ticket. As Zak and Belle make their way to purchase the ticket, we enter two parallel universes and the fun enfolds as fate serves up very different futures with their lucky numbers and potential winning ticket…. We then seamlessly experience the two ever shifting worlds as the most turn of events leads the extended Dingle family into two parallel but polar opposite futures…. Will it be the reality of winning the lottery that brings delight, or will the harsher reality of lies and bogus tickets leave the clan counting the cost of nearly winning a fortune? The havoc unfolds with hilarious results as the film asks the question ‘How much would winning the lottery change you?’
Exclusive to DVD and never to be broadcast on TV - your favourite Emmerdale characters star in a feature length film… as you’ve never seen them before! Rhona’s desperate for a girls night out, a bit of adult-only company and a few drinks. Paddy’s desperate for a boys night out, a bit of adult-only company and a few drinks. Someone’s got to be left minding the baby – and No One’s giving in. Hilarious high-jinks ensue as Paddy and Marlon embark on a Big Night In, which in the morning after the night before, leaves them wondering what on earth happened?... How did they get so drunk?... When did they lose their clothes?... but more importantly where is baby Leo? Starring: Dominic Brunt (Paddy Kirk), Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle), Zoe Henry (Rhona Goskirk), Sammy Winward (Katie Sugden), Meg Johnson (Pearl Ladderbanks), Tony Audenshaw (Bob Hope), Eden Taylor-Draper (Belle Dingle), Natalie J Robb (Moira Barton), Natalie Anderson (Alicia Gallagher), Harry Whittaker (Leo Goskirk). Special Features: Behind the Scenes Born to Dance Outtakes
Margaret John (born 1924) is a Welsh actress, who trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.She has been seen mostly on television, with credits including: Dixon of Dock Green, The First Lady, Z Cars, The Troubleshooters, Doctor Who, Menace, Softly, Softly, The Mike Yarwood Show, Doomwatch, Blake's 7, Secret Army, The District Nurse, Lovejoy, My Family, Emmerdale, High Hopes, Tea and Biscuits with Maggie Pritchard and, on radio, Linda Smith's A Brief History of Timewasting.More recently John has appeared on television in The Mighty Boosh and as the frank librarian in Little Britain. She is perhaps most famous, however, for her role as Doris, the surprisingly blunt and sensual elderly neighbour of Gwen and Nessa, in the cult BBC TV series Gavin and Stacey. In September 2009 John appeared in the graphic short film "Cow" by director Peter Watkins Hughes warning of the dangers of texting while driving.