Inspector Morse: The Dead Of Jericho / The Silent World Of Nicholas Quinn [DVD] 
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The first two episodes of the popular crime series. 'The Dead of Jericho' sees Chief Inspector Morse (John Thaw) investigating the apparent suicide of a woman he was romantically interested in. When it transpires that the woman was pregnant, Morse suspects her former employer. 'The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn' sees Morse (Thaw) and Lewis (Kevin Whately) called in to investigate the murder of a deaf academic, which has been made to seem like suicide. They discover a plot to sell examination papers abroad, but soon have another mystery to unravel.
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No, my remarks have to do with a bit of market hanky-panky perpetrated by Amazon and passed along to any other merchant attempting to sell this particular item to consumers. A 29,95 price tag is over the top for what turns out to be Episode 7, a single disc from the B Collection of MORSE, titled: Last Bus to Woodstock.
Inquiries were made to Amazon and prospective sellers regarding product details since none were available in the listing. No one had any information. Silly me went ahead and ordered, assuming the high price was an indication of a bundle of episodes, if not the entire series! That theory had possibilities since other sources are selling the entire series for as little as 35 GBP. Love a bargain, don't you?
Now, let's hope Amazon fills in the missing product details. Hmmm...
It was originally billed as the last ever episode (i know, there's been a few of those!)and you can tell they pulled out all the stops for this one.
It's filmed beautifully, in and around the Sheldonian Theatre, Christ Church College and Broad Street and features excellent performances from Robert Hardy and Rachel Weiz amongst others and of course a triumphant cameo form Sir John Gelguid as the Chancellor of the University.
The plot is good solid Morse fayre with a murdered journalist spoiling Morse's unacustomed good mood which has been brought on by seeing his favouite opera singer, Gladys Probert perform.
Suddenly Probert is shot during a procession to the University where she and the controversial business tycoon Andrew Bayden are to be made Honorary Doctors and a shocked Morse insists on taking charge of both cases. When he discovers the dead man was investigating Bayden's business dealings and war time past in Lithuania Morse is, it has to be said a little slow to connect the facts, but of course he (or rather Lewis) gets there in the end.
The highlight for me is the closing scene when a sadly disillutioned Morse contemplates the meaning of Art and Life and is consoled by a sympathetic Lewis. Thaw and Wateley are at there brilliant best here, convaying a depth of emotion and sincerity rarley seen and all the more moving for it's understated simplicity - Wonderful!
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