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Jonathan Creek Complete Series 1 - 4 & The Christmas Specials Box Set [DVD]
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From the often bizarre pen of One Foot in the Grave writer David Renwick comes the entire first four series of this very popular BBC drama series. Working from his home in a converted windmill, Jonathan Creek (Alan Davies) is a magician with a natural ability for solving puzzles. He soon puts this ability to another use--solving murders. Together with his journalist sidekick played by Caroline Quentin, and later by Julia Sawalha, Jonathan is called upon to solve a series of what appear to be unsolveable crimes.
'The Wrestler's Tomb', 'Jack In The Box', 'The Reconstituted Corpse', 'No Trace of Tracey' and 'The House Of Monkeys'
'Danse Macabre', 'Time Waits For Norman', 'The Scented Room', 'The Problems At Gallows Gate' and 'Mother Redcap'
'The Curious Tale of Mr Spearfish', 'The Eyes of Tiresias', 'The Omega Man', 'Ghost's Forge', 'Miracle in Crooked Lane', 'The Three Gamblers', 'Satan's Chimney'.
'The Coonskin Cap', 'Angel Hair', 'The Tailor's Dummy', 'The Seer of the Sands', 'The Chequered Box', 'Gorgons Wood', 'Black Canary'
From the often bizarre pen of One Foot in the Grave writer David Renwick comes the entire first four series of this very popular BBC drama series . Working from his home in a converted windmill, Jonathan Creek (Alan Davies) is a magician with a natural ability for solving puzzles. He soon puts this ability to another use--solving murders. Together with his journalist sidekick played by Caroline Quentin, and later by Julia Sawalha, Jonathan is called upon to solve a series of what appear to be unsolveable crimes.
Extras include the documentary 'Long Hair and Duffel Coat', a commentary by director Marcus Mortimer and writer David Renwick, Alan Davies' and Caroline Quentin's screen tests and deleted scenes. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Top Customer Reviews
This box set combines the four series and the Christmas specials. Even having seen them all before, I still had to rack my brain to remember just how some of these complex storylines eventually resolved themselves (on many occasions, forgetting altogether). This series is a reminder of just how brilliantly Caroline Quentin, in particular, can adapt to any acting challenge. The chemistry between the leads is perfect and it all adds up to a hugely enjoyable series.
If there's any gripe at all, it is that the extras, while good, are few and far between. Surely an outtakes section for each series wouldn't have been too much to ask? All we really get is a brief discussion of how the series was conceived, a commentary on a single episode, the original screen tests of Davies and Quentin and a few deleted scenes. All but the latter of these appear on the first disc. So if you're looking for a lot of bonus materials here, you'll be disappointed.
That aside, this still gets the full five stars because it's a brilliant series and one that every fan must own. Magical!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have only had a chance to watch the first 2 episodes so far, but very pleased with the set. Have also watched a few inrteresting extra features. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought this for my dad. Loves it. (I'm rather hoping he lends it to me!)Published 6 months ago by Melanie C
Wicked series from 1 right through x
and the first series is Totally worth rewatching, unlike some other boxsets x