Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Giveaway #615 : Win 2 x Anne of Green Gables on dvd - closed - winners Tracey Peach, Amy Bondoc


Timeless children’s favourite Anne of Green Gables gets a brand new feature length adaptation starring Martin Sheen, which is set to arrive on DVD courtesy of Second Sight.

Lucy Maud Montgomery’s most beloved and enduring book Anne of Green Gables has sold more than 50 million copies and now, based on this all-time classic, a heart-warming new film arrives on DVD, digital and on-demand on 20 March 2017. It will also be shown on ITV.

When ageing couple Matthew (Martin Sheen – The Departed) and Marilla Cuthbert (Sara Botsford – The Lizzie Borden Chronicles) offer to take in an orphan boy to help on their farm, they are mistakenly sent chatty, bookish redhead Anne Shirley (Ella Ballentine – Standoff). They reluctantly agree that she can stay and soon the loveable, feisty Anne turns their lives upside down with her mischievous ways, day-dreaming and fearlessness – and her knack for charming everyone she meets.

Follow the adventures of Anne of Green Gables in this wonderful film that will delight the whole family.



The Madhouse kids loved the character of Anne, who reminded me of a cross between Pippi Longstocking and Little House on the Prairie, and the film brought up the interesting issue of "why did they only want a boy and not a girl?", so we had a good chat about all the things that girls can do now but that they couldn't or weren't supposed to do many years ago. It's a fun, heartwarming movie that the whole family will enjoy - don't forget the popcorn !

Title: Anne of Green Gables
Release Date: 20 March 2017
Cat.No.: 2NDDVD3300
  RRP: £19.99
Cert: PG
   Ratio: 1.85:1 Audio: Stereo 2.0
   Main Feature Running Time: 85 mins.
English subtitles for the hearing impaired

Available on digital and on-demand from 20 March 2017



I have two copies of the DVD to send to lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers. Fill in your entries via the rafflecopter widget below.




UK only. Closing date : 29/3/17

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after 28 days, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

You may also like to enter my other giveaways :

Giveaway #613 : Win a 16GB Picture Keeper Connect (RRP £99.99) - closing date 17/3

Giveaway #614 : Win a gorgeous new mum's Mother's Day hamper from Babyblooms (worth £135) - closing date 19/3


78 comments:

  1. Spencer Broadley15 March 2017 at 10:49

    I was always a big fan of The Secret Seven

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  2. I would love to see this film, thank you lovely for the giveaway :) x

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  3. When I was younger I loved Mary Poppins

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  4. I watched Water Babies recently, loved that

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  5. The Famous Five were my favourite books but I did read all the Anne of Green Gables books too and I remember enjoying those.

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  6. I liked reading Mallory Towers by Enid Blyton and favourite film is the Sound of Music

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  7. mary poppins my hubby bought it me a couple of years ago for my birthday

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  8. I loved Call of the Wild by Jack London

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  9. I would love to see this film, didn't know they made a new adaptation. I remember reading this book as a child. Sorry, what was the question? :) Favourite film from my childhood was a Czech fairy tale movie called Three hazelnuts for Cinderella.

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  10. It was a book by PEF: LA belle Lisse Poire du Prince de Mot Tordus!

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  11. Fab, count me in please. I love dreading Anne of Green Gables when I was younger and loved watching Hayley Mills as Pollyanna

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  12. I love this entered thank you

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  13. Margaret Clarkson
    My favourite film was The Aristocats

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  14. I loved Anne of Green Gables and the whole series of 'Anne' books as a child.Would love to see this adaption of the book aswell.

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  15. lynsey Buchanan17 March 2017 at 21:52

    I was a massive fan of The Magic Faraway Tree Books

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  16. I loved the animals of farthing wood as a kid.

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  17. My favourite book was The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

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  18. I loved watching Press Gang on tv.

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  19. My favourite book when I was young was bambi

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  20. My favourite book was Fire and Hemlock by Diana Wynne Jones

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  21. I loved so many different books (including Anne of Green Gables!) but I think the Little House on the Prairie series were my favourite. Sadly my daughter isn't so keen!
    @fionaseaeagle

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  22. My favourite movie when younger was The Pagemaster, with McCauley Culkin. Not a very highly rated movie, but it was part of my childhood!

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  23. I have vague memories of watching this, would love to see it again!!

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  24. I loved Echoes of Louisa, I watched the series, then bought the book

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  25. I love the older Anne of Green Gables series

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  26. Curly Sue was my favourite film as a child

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  27. I definetly loved Anne of Green Gables with Megan Follows, she played the part so well.

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  28. I loved winnie the pooh books

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  29. 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' was always my favourite book but I also enjoyed 'The Secret Garden' and 'Tom's Midnight Garden'...I think there's an escapism theme going on there? ;)

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  30. I loved the Mallory Towers books by Enid Blyton

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  31. I read a lot of the Mallory Towers books

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  32. Mine would have to be The Lion King!

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  33. Salt and Pepper comedy spy film with Sammy Davis Jr.

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  34. Anne of Green Gables was my favourite childhood book and I still read it every year despite being in my 30s!

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  35. My Dad bought me the whole Narnia series as a gift from his trip to America. The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe was my favourite story as a child.

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  36. I loved The Enid Blyton Famous Five books

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  37. Gosh, I can't remember my favourite film but I loved all the Famous Five books. Entered.

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  38. i loved the lion the witch and the wardrobe

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  39. I loved 101 Dalmatians, the original cartoon version :) For books I loved The Saddle Club

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  40. i was obsessed with Thomas the Tank books

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  41. My favourite book/film from my childhood was Black Beauty.

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  42. I loved the Sound of Music, and I still do!

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  43. I used to love Enid Blyton books especially the secret seven and famous five

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  44. I love the Enid Blyton school stories and Noel Streatfield's Ballet Shoes

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  45. Fantastic prize

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  46. Enid Blyton's Faraway Tree!
    I still have it and am super excited to read it to my boys one day soon!

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  47. Anne of Green Gables was definitely one of them, along with the rest of the series - and the Narnia books!

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  48. Min was the faraway tree by Enid Blyton - funnily enough I bought a copy of it just last month for my niece and nephew.

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  49. I loved the Judy and Diana annual that my parents used to get me every Christmas.

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  50. My favourite book was Mercedes Ice by Philip Ridley.

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  51. I loved Call of the Wild by Jack London

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  52. I loved the Faraway Tree and Wishing Chair series of books from Enid Blyton.

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  53. I so enjoy your site and your recipes. Would you please consider adding a print option so we can enjoy your recipes a little more easily. Thank you.

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