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Midsomer Murders: Season 8 - Part 1

Hopkins John, Laura Howard, Jane Wymark and John Nettles

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Midsomer Murders: Season 8 - Part 1

Synopsis

THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT
In the Fletcher's Cross Village Hall, Rosetta Price is seated with her eyes closed, watched by an eager audience. She is the medium of the Spirit of Friendship group and issues a warning of impending sorrow for someone that evening. Shortly afterwards the body of a renowned skinflint and local funeral director Patrick Pennyman is discovered by his wife. Is this just a coincidental case of suicide? To unravel the mystery Barnaby and Scott must delve into the mystical goings on at the spiritualist group.

DEAD IN THE WATER
The villagers of Midsomer are soaking up the sun at the Midsomer Regatta. However, the tranquility of the race is shattered when the Veteran's race is interrupted by a body in the water. It us Guy Sweetman, Chairman of Midsomer Rowing Club who has been knocked unconscious and drowned. Guy was a serial philanderer who "didn't so much play the field as the entire countryside!" Was he murdered by a jealous husband or angry ex-girlfriend or was there a more sinister motive? Barnaby and Scott take to the water to unravel the mystery.

ORCHIS FATALIS
The annual Flower and Orchid Show at Malham Manor is a gentle village affair, with DCI Barnaby manning the Tombola. Simmering underneath this charming scene bubbles intense tension and rivalry between the orchidaceous horticulturalists. When two Orchid Society members are found dead Barnaby realises how vicious the competition is for these beautiful expensive and rare plants. Together with Sergeant Scott he sets about solving the crimes.

BANTLING BOY
It is the big race of the season on Midsomer, The Causton Gold Cup. The local favourite is Bantling Boy, a horse owned by a syndicate led by Bruce Hartley. After a last minute jockey change Bantling Boy wins and Sam Tate offers to buy him. The syndicate cannot agree on whether or not to sell. Shortly after this heated debate Bruce Hartley is brutally clubbed to death.

Product Details

EAN:
9322225058323
Genre:
Tv
Format:
DVD, Movie
Region:
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PAL - Regions 0, 2/4, 4 Playable on all Australian DVD Players & TVs.

PAL - Regions 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 NOT playable on all Australian DVD Players & TVs. You must have a Multi-Region player to view this DVD.

NTSC - Regions 0, 2/4, 4 Playable on all Australian DVD Players, but the television must have NTSC & PAL (multi-standard) viewing capabilities.

NTSC - Regions 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 NOT playable on all Australian DVD Players & TV’s. You must have a Multi-Region player to view this DVD, and the television must have NTSC & PAL (multi-standard) viewing capabilities.

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blu-ray - Regions B, A/B, B/C, All Region (A/B/C) Playable on all Australian blu-ray players or PlayStation 3s.

blu-ray - Regions A, A/C, C NOT playable on Australian blu-ray players or PlayStation 3s. You must have a multi-region player to view this blu-ray.

Encoding:
PAL
Release Date:
2007-07-18
Running Time:
400
No. Discs:
2
Studio/Distributor:
Madman Entertainment
Country of Origin:
UK
Year of Production:
2002

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