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Keith Lemon: The Film Gets Uncut Release in the UK

Censored in Cinemas, Uncensored on DVD/Blu-ray

We already reported that the British comedy character Keith Lemon got his own theatrical film and that it was censored in order to get the more lucrative BBFC 15 rating. Now, the UK expect the releases on DVD and Blu-ray and as the BBFC 18 symbol and the "Juicy Edition" sticker show, it's quite obvious that the cinematical censorship will not find its way on the home video sector.

The DVD and Blu-ray can be purchased in British retail starting December 10th, 2012.

 

Order the uncensored version at Amazon.co.uk

DVD or Blu-ray

 

 

Release: Dec 10, 2012 - Author: Mike Lowrey - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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