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Midsomer Murders Series Fifteen [DVD]

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  • Actors: Jason Hughes, Jane Wymark, Kirsty Dillon, Laura Howard, Neil Dudgeon
  • Directors: Richard Holthouse
  • Format: PAL, Colour, HiFi Sound, Anamorphic, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Acorn Media
  • DVD Release Date: 6 May 2013
  • Run Time: 534 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BCN3NN0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,724 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

All six episodes from series 15 of the crime drama set in the picturesque county of Midsomer. In this series, DCI John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon) and his assistant DS Ben Jones (Jason Hughes) continue to investigate the weird and wonderful murders that occur in the area. The episodes are: 'The Dark Rider', 'Murder of Innocence', 'Written in the Stars', 'Death and the Divas', 'The Sicilian Defence' and 'Schooled in Murder'.

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By jasonhad on 7 April 2013
I have to admit, Neil Dudgeon has exceeded my initially low appreciation expectations, and worked his way into the Midsomer series in worthy succession to his "cousin," John Nettles. These episodes continue the long-standing pattern of bringing top British actors with great parts and crisp dialogue into the most murderous county in all the Realm, cavorting with talented glee through fanciful plots and sub-plots.

The telly was tuned religiously to the broadcasts - and the TIVO certainly did a better job of editing out the commercial breaks than the sad efforts apparent in the first series discs. The plan was to buy the set when it came out to keep the library complete - the entire series has been played at least half a dozen times over the years, full of old fiends as they portrayed an astounding number of characters.

The initial price of this set was slightly absurd (I'm being kind) in an age where iTunes and NetFlix have democratized media, so we waited until the set was more appropriately priced, making do with DVDs burned from the broadcasts.

At last, the price was dropped to an affordable level, and after two complete viewings, has joined the library. The writing is up to the high standards as always, and the performances are as well. The first episode - Dark Rider - is the weakest of the lot, rife with cartoonish ghoulishness, but a romp nonetheless. Neil Dudgeon (Barnaby) is a bit acerbic, and the tension between him and Jason Hughes (DSI Jones) is uncomfortable. Things seem to improve in the remaining episodes, as the flights of fancy of the writers border a bit less on the precipice of credulity.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. Hutchinson on 6 Aug. 2013
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DARK RIDER
MURDER OF INNOCENCE
WRITTEN IN THE STARS
DEATH AND THE DIVAS
THE SICILIAN DEFENCE
SCHOOLED IN MURDER
I was going to stop my collection of Midsomer murders with the last of John Nettles, but have found Neil Dudgeon even better at playing the countryside detective. I just love sykes as his aide for batting ideas at (his cute little dog), and am so pleased they kept Jones in the series as he brings so much animation to the programme, and a little comedy. long may it continue.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By R. King on 16 April 2013
Terrific series which is a must for any fans collection but will not be part of mine until the price comes right down. £43 for 6 episodes!! I know if you buy them individually they are more than that but you would have to be off your rocker to buy them like that - either that or have more money than sense. I have several other series to buy in the next few months which have much longer running times and they are all between £25 and £30, so why is this one so much more? Surely you would only buy this at £43 if MUG is stamped across your forehead. Shame because, as I said before, it is one that is a must for all fans but I do not like being taken for a ride. Bring it down to £30 and it will be in my collection quicker than you can say 'Whodunnit?'. Update: Won't name where but this is available now, no waiting until 6th May, and £10 cheaper. Investigate.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By FYI on 29 May 2013
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Midsomer is a remarkably deadly place, a deceptively delicious chocolate box filled poisoned confections. Generations of loyal inhabitants risk life and limb to live in Midsomer's bucolic hills and dales. Its coziness has a macabre stain; like a lace doily blotched with tea, darkness lurks at the edges. In Midsomer County's dangerous environs, denizens inflict and suffer numerous creative malaises. DCI John Barnaby, a cousin of our original curmudgeon, is wonderfully played by Neil Dudgeon. And he has a dog companion, the emotive Sykes; England, this blessed plot, rife with delightful dogs and detectives. DCI John Barnaby is as gifted at detection as his cousin Tom. The Barnaby line is rooted in Midsomer's earth, they are dependable in never being surprised by bizarre occurrences. Nothing flummoxes a true Barnaby. Jason Hughes is intrepid as Detective Inspector Ben Jones, his wry humor is the perfect foil. With the exception of the first episode, these stories return to the offbeat, humorous alternative universe that Midsomer fans crave.

The U.K. boasts numerous fine (and often underrated) actors. You may want to catch Neil Dudgeon's unforgettable performance in a superb story (episode 3) in the BAFTA Award winning series The Street, the first season. He plays Brian Peterson, a teacher accused of being a flasher. Ultimately, who is the betrayer? His wife claims she has never known him, perhaps it is the other way around. As Brian Peterson gazes out of a taxi window passing street after fogbound street, you understand that each street is full of stories, each person's life with its moments of mystery. Be aware that The Street is gritty, rough, and harrowing, quite unlike Midsomer!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on 24 Sept. 2013
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Starting watching it when it first appeared on U.S. television with John Nettles. Worried about it when he retired, but love the new series too.
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