All Creatures Great & Small: The Complete Series 7 Collection [4 Discs] [DVD]

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Special Features

  • Stars Reunited: a 54-minute special with cast and crew, presented by Dale Winton
  • Cast bios


All Creatures Great & Small launches its seventh and final season, 12 years after the first episode aired on BBC. Within the context of the storyline, it has been some 17 years since veterinarian James Herriot (Christopher Timothy), then a callow med school graduate, first set foot in Skeldale House, headquarters of irascible Yorkshire vet Siegfried Farnon (Robert Hardy). Formerly Farnon's assistant, James is now his full partner, demonstrating an even firmer grasp on his profession than Siegfried's more experienced younger brother Tristan (Peter Davison), who after all these years is as much a cut-up and screw-up as ever. As James tackles medical issues involving local sheep, dogs, cats, cows and birds, his wife Helen (Lynda Bellingham) holds down the fort in their humble home, assisted by their steadily growing children, Jimmy (Paul Lyon) and Rosie (Alison Lewis). Sometime in mid season, feisty Rosie announces her ambition to be a vet just like her dad -- and while Helen is supportive of this dream, James is not, believing that his job is not suitable for a proper young lady (he's wrong, of course). The series ends on a quiet, unspectacular note, as Tristan bollixes up another diagnosis, and James and Siegfried go above and beyond the call of duty to lend a neighbor whom they hardly know a helping hand. ~ Hal Erickson

Cast & Crew

  • Christopher Timothy - James Herriot
  • Robert Hardy - Siegfried Farnon
  • Peter Davison - Tristan Farnon
  • Mary Hignett - Mrs. Hall
  • Carol Drinkwater - Helen Herriot
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