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Inspector Morse Comp Collectio

John Thaw , Kevin Whately    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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Super sleuth, Inspector Morse (John Thaw) has an ear for music, a taste for beer and a nose for crime. He sets out with Sergeant Lewis (Kevin Whately) to solve each intriguing case. Rediscover all 33 episodes, all digitally restored with full picture and sound restoration of this fantastic and class British TV series starring an amazing cast in each episode. Episodes include: The Dead Of Jericho The Silent World Of Nicholas Quinn Service Of All The Dead The Wolvercote Tongue Last Seen Wearing The Settling Of The Sun Last Bus To Woodstock The Ghost In The Machine The Last Enemy Deceived By Flight The Secret Of Bay 5B Infernal Serpent The Sins of the Father Driven To Distraction Masonic Mysteries Second Time Around Fat Chance Who Killed Harry Field? Greeks Bearing Gifts Promised Land Dead On Time Happy Families The Death Of The Self Absolute Conviction Cherubim And Seraphim Deadly Slumber The Day Of The Devil Twilight Of The Gods The Way Through The Woods The Daughters Of Cain Death Is Now My Neighbour The Wench Is Dead The Remorseful Day


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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars John Thaw IS Morse! April 2 2007
By K. HALE
Format:DVD
Although this set is somewhat pricey, you will never regret the purchase. However, if you have a region-free DVD player, you may prefer to buy the set from Amazon.co.uk - it's offered at a better price than the Region 1 set offered by Amazon.ca.

Every episode of Inspector Morse is here. The set has good quality video transfer, with excellent sound. This is John Thaw's very best role, and he plays the part to perfection. Be sure to watch these in sequence, as there is a story arc that develops for Morse & his sergeant Lewis. If you watch them out of sequence, you may not understand some of the remarks Morse and Lewis make to each other. You also learn many interesting personal things about Morse.

Each episode is approximately 2 hours long. Each story can stand on it's own and they all have something different to offer. Lots of surprises and twists and turns in the stories. Delightfully addictive. I highly recommend to all fans of mystery, murder, and police investigations.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of my all-time Favourites Aug. 18 2011
Format:DVD
I'm a sucker for British Detective Series and this was the one that got me hooked! I especially like the way CI Morse and DS Lewis interact on the screen. And that SI Strange character is one in a million. I've watched this series a number of times. In my opinion the plot is secondary to the character development in each episode. You won't be disappointed even with the less then stellar picture (especially in the earlier episodes).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Spot On! Feb. 12 2013
Format:DVD
As I have a region free player. I bought my set from Amazon U.K. for a fraction of the price here. Not sure why Region 1 always seems to cost more. The quality and sound for each episode is perfect. This is the "old hat" type of mystery from yesteryear which depicts our hero as a flawed intellectual snob whom you are often compelled to both admire and despise with equal propensity. The very versatile John Thaw, whom I admire as an actor, is perfect in this role.
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