I bought the DVD several years ago from a Danish bookstore. The DVD is in PAL -three versions of the series were on the DVDS -- Danish, English and Norwegian.
A PAL DVD will not play on American or Canadian DVD players. North American uses the NTSC system. Most of the rest of the world uses PAL (France uses SECAM). The world is divided into different regions. US and Canada are Region 1. If you live in the US or Canada, your DVD player will be set for region one only. and NTSC. SO if you purchase a DVD from abroad, you will not be able to play it on your North American players. The systems are NOT compatible. However, you can purchase code free all region DVD players or recorders with built in PAL or NTSC converters. They are not expensive. I recently upgraded to a dvd recorder (but have yet to record anything) that is all region/code free with a built PAL converter. (I used to have a similar DVD player.) They are not expensive. I got both on ebay. You cannot get them in stores, such as Walmart, Target, Best Buy ... do not tamper with the ones you have ... you might be able to set it to O rather than 1 ... but you still will not be able to play a foreign dvd because American DVD players play on NTSC.
Tampering will also wreck your warranty.
Originally Posted by RoyalEnquirer
I ordered the DVD from the ABC Shop. Does anyone know if it will be in English? It doesn't really matter if it is or isn't. I'm looking forward to seeing the vintage royal clips.