New Releases: Midsomer Murders – (1997)


New Releases: Midsomer Murders - (1997) Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Release Date: 2012-02-28 Duration: 100 Min...


New Releases: Midsomer Murders – (1997)

New Releases: Midsomer Murders - (1997)
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery,
Release Date: 2012-02-28
Duration: 100 Min
Director:
A veteran DCI and his young Sergeant investigate murders around the regional community of Midsomer.

Star:


John Nettles

Jane Wymark

Barry Jackson

Jason Hughes


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3 responses to “New Releases: Midsomer Murders – (1997)”

  1. Harold Wolf "Doc" says:
    89 of 92 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nettles continues leading Midsomer through murderous times, September 13, 2011
    By 
    Harold Wolf “Doc” (Wells, IN United States) – (TOP 50 REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: Midsomer Murders, Set 19 (DVD)

    Perfection achieved long ago in Midsomer Murders. Series 19 with 4 episodes Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby being played by John Nettles. He has toughness toward crime, but softness slips out occasionally. The combination makes watching suspenseful murder mysteries a pleasure. It is murder mystery in Midsomer County, the quaintest little village settings you will ever see, on drama shows or travelogues. Multiple murder mayhem has been happening from day one, 1997 (show’s trademark). There was one show exception, to my memory, but it had a handful of potential murder investigations. Is anyone left to arrest in Midsomer?If you are new to Midsomer Murders and CI Barnaby, then hold on to your hat, and I’d strongly recommend buying one of the box sets already available. There is also a set of 10 episodes selected by star Nettles, as his favorite for different reasons and each has an introduction by the star that adds even more interest to the episodes. That’s another good way to introduce yourself to this saga of murder.Wife Joyce is still in the picture, making moments of each episode a homey experience, but not for long. Every phone call seems to be a new murder, and a call away from the delightful cooking that Joyce provides for her love. Barnaby keeps his helper, DS Jones (Jason Hughes), very busy. Smashing series, Spot ON since the very first episodes. But can the show survive without Barnaby (Nettles)? We’ll be finding out soon enough. But not in Set 19. One episode does give viewers a look at Barnaby’s cousin, DCI John, who will head the shows in a time of the future, somewhere beyond Set 19.4 longer-than-feature-length; and all with SUBTITLES included. Same old guaranteed entertainment, proven by this show’s record. Guest stars aplenty. As much a part of Midsomer Murders as the multiple murders and plots themselves.Episode titles: THE MADE-TO-MEASURE MURDERS …..Death of a tailor, just to begin things. guest stars Philip Bretherton (As Time Goes By), Nicholas Jones (Little Dorrit, Iron Lady) & James Wilby (Island at War) THE SWORD OF GUILLAUME ……….Here’s where the future Midsomer Murder investigator head (Neil Dudgeon) is seen working along side DCI Tom Barnaby. stars Tim McInnerny (Notting Hill)& Lucy Cohu (Becoming Jane) BLOOD ON THE SADDLE …..If it sounds a bit “Wild West”-like, it is. stars Richard Harrington (Lark Rise to Candleford), Kenneth Cranham, Pip Torens (Dorian Gray), Malcolm Storry THE SILENT LAND ………Joyce is involved well beyond her comfort zone. stars Emma Fielding (Cranford), Aden Gillet (House of Elliot) & Danny Webb (Land Girls)Midsomer Murders mixes humor, crime, and relationships, even ghosts in this set. Some say the best of good crime investigation. Midsomer Murders is an investment in my entertainment, and very watchable over and over. Used sets sell for almost as much as new. But I own them all, and I’ve not tried to sell even one. My wife would not let me if I wanted to. They even go down good at supper time.

  2. Goodwin says:
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Brand New Midsomer Murders Fan, October 16, 2011
    By 
    Goodwin

    This review is from: Midsomer Murders, Set 19 (DVD)

    I was introduced to Midsomer Murders recently. I bought Set 17 and Set 18 at a steal on Amazon. I really enjoyed all the episodes on both sets. I think the show is just simply incredible. It’s so slow moving but before you know it the show’s over. I do have a question for all the diehard Midsomer Murders fans out there. Would anybody know if the other sets have subtitles? I would like to buy the other sets but only if there are subtitles. The British English is kind of difficult for me to understand. Anyway, I’m now a big fan of Midsomer Murders and I highly recommend this show to all Agatha Christie fans. Thank you very much.

  3. Jane Austen "Jane Austen Nut" says:
    24 of 28 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Midsomer Murders Series, September 17, 2011
    By 
    Jane Austen “Jane Austen Nut” (North Carolina) –

    This review is from: Midsomer Murders, Set 19 (DVD)

    I have all 18 sets of Midsomer Murders and absolutely love the show! I began collecting years ago and am still greatly involved in the show. Time will tell if the new Barnaby can maintain the interest like Nettles. Great British Mystery series!


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