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It's Dark Outside [DVD] 
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The second series in Granada's Mr Rose cult crime/suspense trilogy, It's Dark Outside saw William Mervyn reprising the role of the charismatic Inspector Rose, first introduced in The Odd Man and re-emerging in slightly mellowed form in the final series, Mr Rose.
It's Dark Outside follows the sharp-witted and memorably prickly detective as he tackles a fresh batch of cases. Assisting Rose in Series One is the more amenable DS Swift (played by a youthful Keith Barron), with John Carson as solicitor Anthony Brand and June Tobin as Brand's journalist wife, Alice; Series Two sees Rose verbally sparring with newcomer DS Hunter, played by cult favourite actor Anthony Ainley.
Although two series of It's Dark Outside were made, the second was thought completely lost until research for this set unearthed two episodes which still existed on film. Newly transferred, these episodes have been included here alongside all those from series one.
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It should also be said that between series one and two almost the complete cast changes, with only William Mervyn appearing in both. Series one is presented complete, along with the two surviving episodes of series two.
William mervyn is excellent as the slightly thorny "rose" character and he is well supported by a brilliant supporting cast that was changed with the second series. a pity that the latter doesn't exist in full but at least with the complete first series, we are treated to some fine quality t.v drama.
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