Midsomer Murders - A Tale of Two Hamlets (2003)
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Local lad made good in the movies gets blown up in a summer house with Barnaby's wife looking on .Next to go gets electrocuted on an exercise bike! etc etc
The tale revolves around a typical Midsomer dysfunctional family.
This is like all MM's a very well constructed tale with a host of well known character actors in the cast .
Well worth watching even if you have already seen it on ITV.
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There is also one murder which is done in a rather unusual manner in front of a large group of people but that's not enough to compensate for the other shortcomings in this one. I would suggest watching it before buying; the dedicated fan may want to add this one to their collection for the sake of completeness but watching it first is my recommendation.