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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: March 6 2012
  • Run Time: 380 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005SH65S6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,025 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Dalziel and Pascoe: Season Five

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alexandra on April 9 2012
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My only regret is that I am about to watch the LAST EPISODE OF SEASON 5 ---I have been holding this one for a treat as it is the final episode. Loved every minute of the series,superb characters, great story line ---leaves you wanting more and more....
Bring on Season 6.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By joseph e calleja on July 7 2014
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we thank you that we can buy the series on amazon and look forward in buy more ,
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By Linda DeMone on Dec 6 2014
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Very prompt service, no complaints.
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Amazon.com: 31 reviews
25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Why so rare? Sept. 27 2009
By Le Vieux - Published on Amazon.com
Dalziel and Pascoe is one of my favorite detective series. Dalziel is not your usual chief detective and his relationship with the very different Pascoe makes the shows much more interesting than your average mystery. The series ran from 1996 through 2007. A total of 47 episodes were made, some of which were shown in the U.S. many years ago.

I can't understand why neither the United States nor the UK is producing DVD's of all of these shows at this time. There have never been any U.S. releases to my knowledge. The UK released Series One and Two and then stopped. These DVD's are from The Netherlands which has released the first five series on DVD. The programs are in English with subtitles which can be turned off from the main menu. The disks are, however, REGION 2 PAL DISKS. You must have A REGION 2 OR REGION-FREE DVD PLAYER CAPABLE OF CONVERTING PAL SIGNAL TO NTSC. You can't play these on a standard U. S. DVD player.

The 4 episodes in this 4-Disk Boxed Set were originally shown in 2000 and are as follows:
A Sweeter Lazarus
Cunning Old Fox
Foreign Bodies
Above the Law
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
At last!! July 27 2011
By G. Robert - Published on Amazon.com
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I can finally watch all the Dalziel & Pascoe I want! I bought a Phillips "region free" DVD player and these work perfectly in it. They are the regular English broadcasts with Dutch sub-titles, which are simple to turn off. I will be buying Series 6 through 11, since they are all available in this format.

REMEMBER, if you don't have a region free (or Region 2) DVD player these discs will not work. They will not work in a standard USA DVD player, since we are Region 1.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Great Series - Can be played in US on Computers Dec 8 2011
By BG - Published on Amazon.com
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Dalziel & Pascoe is another great who done it British series. Two detectives that are opposite each other but solve cases together. It is unfortunate that they don't have a DVD Region I US version of this set, but there is a work around.

You can download VLC video player for free onto your computer. VLC can then be used to play these DVDs with no problem. I have a hook up for my computer to my TV through an HDMI cable, so I could watch all these shows on my TV without a Region 2 DVD player. So if you love this show as I do, there is a way to watch this series and enjoy the twist and turns.

This Series 5 is a Netherlands copy, but it is the full English version with Dutch subtitles that can be turned off. The video quality was a little grainy but does not detract from watching this set. So if you enjoy this series here is way you can and not have to wait to see if they come out with a US version.

I also received this set in a very timely fashion, so there was no long wait for delivery.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Still Very Good April 23 2010
By bethecondon - Published on Amazon.com
Episodes have slightly less "bite" than the early series
ones-possibly because they are not taken from R.Hill's
books.But still-they are quite good.The first ep is the
best,but the remaining 3 make for excellent viewing too.
I liked Foreign Bodies-here we have an ex-girl friend
of Dalziel's getting reacquainted with him,during which
4 of her 5 ex-husbands are killed.A real black widow-but
attractive -to Dalziel and others,I suspect. In Above
the Law,we have a conflict between justice and a rich
business man.While the latter "wins" Dalziel manages to
exact some good punishment. Here Pascoe becomes more in-
volved,saving Dalziel's life.He makes the choice to stay
with the police,at the cost of breaking up his marriage.
There is a new female boss for Dalziel who he initially
takes to be a stripper (upon meeting her in the hall).
Fortunately,she has a good sense of humor.The photography
is lighter here,making for easier viewing.There are now
7 series available.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The Amorous Fat Man: Season Five April 24 2012
By FYI - Published on Amazon.com
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Detective Superintendent Inspector Andy Dalziel is a force of nature and a wily foe. Under that pugnacious exterior is a ferocious intelligence. Yorkshire is not the charming but murderous environs of Midsomer, or Detective Chief Inspector Morse's Oxford. This series features mysteries with the roughness of the rolling Yorkshire dales and Dalziel's formidable form. To quote the Fat Man, "A man who can play the bagpipes shouldn't have trouble with this job." Colin Buchanan convincingly contrasts as Detective Inspector Peter Pascoe, trying to cope with balancing work and life.

A Sweeter Lazarus: Is the resident of a homeless shelter the long-lost victim of abduction, long believed to have been killed, or a fraud? Our Andy fights for the truth in an old, revived case, while poor Peter Pascoe battles his wife; Ellie seems to have changed the rules on him.

Cunning Old Fox: Don't pee up Dalziel's leg and tell him it's raining. Or sprinkle fox piss on our Andy's coat. He's liable to protect the maligned fox from the local hunt, just to get his Yorkshire way. The plot is a bit unlikely, but no more so than other U.K. mysteries, where the merest of motives seems to send otherwise respectable British denizens into murderous rages.

Foreign Bodies: The standout of the bunch, featuring a recovering (from his gun-shot wounds) Dalziel in an amorous mode with an old flame (he has many) in a beautiful, massive Victorian hotel on the coast. Dracula-like, a body washes ashore in a coffin, a black dog roams the seaside resort, and Stella Moon (the same actress who played the Midsomer psychiatrist who spawned evil children) uses her ripe feminine whiles on our susceptible voluptuary, Andy. Brontë fans may especially enjoy a mystery that includes their blustery Yorkshire landscape. Enjoy!

Above the Law: Peter discovers his talents as a man who is committed to his calling as Law Enforcement Officer, while his marriage further disintegrates. Ellie was just as annoying in Reginald Hill's books, not extending her limited compassion to her husband, just on self-righteous social causes. A gay judge is killed, and Dalziel suspects financial and political intrigue are at the heart of the matter.

PS: For those of you who want more, Series 6 - 11 are available for Region 2. Series 6 and 7 are worth it; the show drastically declines in quality after that, as reviewers in the U.K. note. Even in the U.K., you can't get these Series without Dutch subtitles (it's easy to turn them off by selecting UIT under Ondertitls on the main menu). You'll need a good Region-Free capacity DVD player, like Philips DVP3560 All Region 1080p HDMI Upconverting DVD Player, but order a AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable (6.5 Feet/2.0 Meters) with it, as this important component is not supplied! Or get another brand of HDMI cable, they're all ok. If all you want is to play your U.K. or other DVDS, that's all you need, don't worry about the other plug-ins that come with the DVD player. BUT be sure to read how to get the DVD player Region-Free with instructions posted by the first reviewer (S. Hatayama). When you enter the numbers as he instructs, you won't see a change on-screen until the Region Code pops up, don't worry, his instructions are perfect. To adjust picture-size on screen (mine was too stretched out), just hit the zoom button on the remote until it fits your screen. "Setting" will give you high-resolution choice - my old T.V. is 1080i. If the picture is too black (I had to go +5 to see all the details, you may need more/less), up the brightness under the "Personal" choice in Picture (Standard, Bright, Soft, Personal) menu. Good luck.