Regan 1974

Rough, tough and politically incorrect in the way that only the best 70's dramas can be, Regan was a pilot film for The Sweeney - one of the major television successes of the last fifty years. fetauring John Thaw as the irascible Detective Inspector Regan and Dennis Waterman as his loyal 'oppo' detective sergeant Carter, Regan was an immediate critical and ratings hit, resulting in four series of The Sweeney and two successful feature films. Jack Regan is a good copper, but his tough, intuitive style is becoming unfashionable in a Scotland Yard seeking a new image. When a policeman is mysteriously murdered, Regan breaks all the rules to find the killer - but he finds there are men in the Flying Squad prepared to break him.

Brian Regan: Standing Up 2007

Straight off a coast to coast tour and into your living room, Brian Regan: Standing Up comes to DVD. Butterflies, show horses and greeting cards are no match when this master of standup grabs the microphone. His comedy, big enough for everyone, sharp enough for you, keeps audiences coming back time and again for more!

Brian Regan: The Epitome of Hyperbole 2008

Brian Regan is back in his second all-new Comedy Central special, "The Epitome of Hyperbole." Watch as he exposes the truth behind psychics, discusses the stupidest crimes, and offers his suggestions on how to improve the opera. With his easygoing manner and physical brand of humor, it's clear why Brian Regan is one of today's most respected comedians.

Michael Regan 1971

Under stress, Irish tenant farmer Michael Regan, suddenly snaps one day and locks himself in his home, threatening the lives of his wife and child.

Dennis Regan: Dennisland

He travels around the country doing shows and has been praised for having a similar comedic style to his brother. He mostly relies on observational comedy, and he refrains from using off-color humor, earning somewhat of a reputation as a "clean comic", enjoyed by families. His television credits include multiple appearances on both the "Late Show with David Letterman" and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", as well as A&E’s “Evening at the Improv,” Comedy Central and Showtime.

General John Regan 1934

A preppy American hustler arrives in a small Irish town, where he informs the residents that he is researching the life of a General John Regan. The local physician, Dr O'Grady, calls the American's bluff by manufacturing the non-existent hero and having a monument unveiled to him with full civic honours.

The Sweeney 2012

Based on the '70s UK TV show, The Sweeney is an action-packed British police thriller from the director of Football Factory. Jack Regan (Ray Winstone), a hardened cop who doesn’t play by the rules, is confronted with a criminal from his past. With sidekick George Carter (Ben Drew aka Plan B) they are put on the case of a jewellery store heist that ends in a killing. But is that killing really an execution in disguise? With pressure from his boss and the fact that Regan is having an affair with that boss’s wife, it’s not going to be easy for him to stay out of trouble.

Epitome of Hyperbole

The Epitome of Hyperbole is a 2008 Comedy Central Presents special featuring comedian Brian Regan. It first aired on September 6, 2008. An extended DVD with 42 minutes of uncensored content was released by Paramount Home Video and Comedy Central on September 9, 2008.