Includes: Dead Man's Eleven, Death Of A Stranger, Blue Herrings, and Judgement Day.
In "Dead Man's Eleven" businessman and cricket fan Robert Cavendish, seems a perfect target for murder, but instead his young wife is beaten to death with a cricket bat. In "Death of a Stranger" a tramp is found murdered in a ditch following a fox hunt, unexplained behavior and long-held secrets confuse the issue. "Blue Herrings" focuses on a series of deaths at a home for the elderly. "Judgement Day" has many meanings as the inhabitants of Midsomer Mallow, a finalist in the "Perfect Village" competition, try to sway the judges in their favor while hoping that the serial killer at large will keep a low profile.
ContentsDead man's eleven
Death of a stranger
-- Television adaptations.
Barnaby, Chief Inspector (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Troy, Sergeant (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Detectives -- England -- Drama.
Criminal investigation -- England -- Drama.
Murder -- Investigation -- England -- Drama.
Murderers -- England -- Drama.
Police -- England -- Drama.
England -- Drama.
Detective and mystery television programs.
|Publisher|| Silver Spring, MD :Acorn Media,2003
|Other Titles|| Midsomer murders.
Smith, Peter (Film director)
Horowitz, Anthony, 1955-
Nettles, John, 1943-
Casey, Daniel, 1972-
Graham, Caroline, 1931-
Bentley Productions (Firm)
Arts and Entertainment Network.
Acorn Media (Firm)
John Nettles, Daniel Casey.
Title from container.
Originally broadcast in 1999 and 2000.
Based on the characters created by Caroline Graham.
Special features include: Midsomer map; cast filmographies; Caroline Graham biography; production notes.
DVD; anamorphic widescreen (16:9) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.
4 videodiscs (400 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.