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5.0 out of 5 stars very enjoyable..., 10 Sept. 2007
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Marionbrodie (San Diego CA..USA) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Julian Fellowes Investigates A Most Mysterious Murder [DVD] (DVD)
Julian Fellows a highly respected British actor
guides us through the the real life stories of these 5 mysterious unsolved murders...

The Case of Charles Bravo 1876...
Charles Bravo dies in agony from antimony poisoning following his marriage to a beautiful rich scandalous wife...

The Case of Rose Harsent 1902...
A pretty young servant girl several months pregant and unmarried is stabbed to death....

The Case of George Harry Storrs 1909
A wealthy industrialist meets his untimely death at home....

The Case of the Croydon Poisonings 1929
After the lst world war when the third person in a respectable middle class family in Croydon dies after a short illness....

The Case of the Earl of Erroll 1941
The earl of Erroll meets his death with a bullet through the head just outside Nairobi..

each one very well acted and extremely well done..
Julian Fellows gives a good performance as the historical guide/detective...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars murder most interesting, 20 April 2010
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This review is from: Julian Fellowes Investigates A Most Mysterious Murder [DVD] (DVD)
There are five murders to follow,each one is dramatised and julian fellowes appears to briefly talk of the events taking place in his amusing and witty way,the cases range from the victorian era with the death of charles bravo through to ww11 with the murder of the earl of erroll in war time kenya (my personal favourite on the dvd) i have watched these several times because well they are excellently made and quite entertaining,come on julian lets have more.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars murder made polite, 8 May 2008
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watched and rewatched this dvd. jullian fellows is brilliant as he walks in and out of every stoy, the five true murders are acted and staged so well, you end up forgetting that people lost there lives , sorry were murdered in some alfull ways. . if you like period drama, fine english acting, great sets and locations, and also the brilliant voice of jullian fellows then buy this.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pefect (?) murders!, 23 Aug. 2014
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I enjoyed watching these DVDs! Each (officially usolved) murder is dramatized and this is done well enough for the short films to pass for proper short period dramas- and I like those! I was not familiar with the cases referred to in these DVDs but I really enjoyed the fact that Julian Fellowes plays detective and presents alternative theories regarding what might have happened in each case.Of course the viewers can draw their own conclusions! The actors are good and one one of my personal favourites,namely Michael Fassbender, appears in the case of Charles Bravo (case No 1).
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