Midsomer Murders Set 14

Midsomer Murders Set 14

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Cast: John Nettles, Jason Hughes

     
 

Homicide, blackmail, greed, and betrayal are just a taste of what goes on behind the well-trimmed hedges of Midsomer County. Inspired by the novels of Caroline Graham, Midsomer Murders features John Nettles as the steady, unfailingly decent Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby, with Jason Hughes as his young protégé, Sergeant Ben Jones. Episodes included in Set 14…  See more details below

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Homicide, blackmail, greed, and betrayal are just a taste of what goes on behind the well-trimmed hedges of Midsomer County. Inspired by the novels of Caroline Graham, Midsomer Murders features John Nettles as the steady, unfailingly decent Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby, with Jason Hughes as his young protégé, Sergeant Ben Jones. Episodes included in Set 14 are:
Death & Dust: When Dr. James Kirkwood's partner in Midsomer Market surgery, Dr. Alan Delaney, is killed while performing an errand for him, Barnaby and Jones begin digging into the past.
A Picture of Innocence: Rivalry between traditional film photographers and digital camera fans in the village of Luxton Deeping reaches fever pitch when black-and-white film enthusiast Lionel Bell turns up strangled in Luxton Wood -- apparently with the cord from his light meter. When various clues point to Barnaby as the murderer, he and Jones are forced to look for clues outside the frame.
They Seek Him Here: A new version of The Scarlet Pimpernel is being shot in Midsomer Magna, but the atmosphere off the set rivals the battles of the film: Producer Jack Braxton and director Nick Cheyney hate each other; manor house owners Terence and Diane Charteris are broke and their marriage is on the rocks; and there's a painful history between their daughter Leonie and Cheyney. When Cheyney's head rolls from a prop guillotine, Barnaby and Jones are called to solve the crime.
Death in a Chocolate Box: Reformed criminal Ronnie Tyler prepares to leave Midsomer Holm, a tranquil village and halfway house founded by Lord Holm and detective-turned-psychotherapist Professor Gina Colby. Gina's husband Jack, a former DS at Causton, is having trouble sleeping, haunted by the past. Jack and Barnaby were close, but Jack can't open up to his old colleague now. He left the force under a cloud after Lord Holm was jailed for killing his unfaithful wife Maria. When Jack's Land Rover is found wrecked in a ditch, with Jack dead, Barnaby and Jones' investigation uncovers a blackmailing scheme that may have something to do with it.

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Product Details

Release Date:
02/02/2010
UPC:
0054961833795
Original Release:
2010
Rating:
NR
Source:
Acorn Media
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
6:40:00

Special Features

Caroline Graham biography

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Nettles Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barna
Jason Hughes Detective Sergeant Ben Jones

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Midsomer Murders: Set 14
1. Trouble Sleeping [8:53]
2. Threatened [7:42]
3. Leaving the Village [8:23]
4. Helping Himself [8:33]
5. Missing Husband [7:28]
6. Early CCTV [8:18]
7. Barnaby's Number [10:30]
8. Transfer Papers [9:45]
9. Tidying Up [9:01]
10. Letter For Tom [10:00]
11. The End [4:18]
Disc #2 -- Midsomer Murders: Set 14
1. An Execution [9:21]
2. Good Behavior [6:33]
3. Old Acquaintances [7:56]
4. Brother-In-Law [7:31]
5. Murder Weapon [8:05]
6. Baby's Father [8:18]
7. Back on Set [7:24]
8. Certainly Murder [9:05]
9. Attitude Towards Children [8:33]
10. Insurance Scam [8:33]
11. A Few Words [11:43]
Disc #3 -- Midsomer Murders: Set 14
1. No Digital [9:29]
2. Invitations [7:38]
3. A Grudge [9:56]
4. Never a Website [9:36]
5. Work Goes On [8:58]
6. House Arrest [9:15]
7. Never Seen Her [7:30]
8. Special Treat [6:35]
9. Truth In Photography [8:54]
10. Quick Pix [6:50]
11. Barnaby and Belle [8:09]
Disc #4 -- Midsomer Murders: Set 14
1. The Giant Himself [8:42]
2. Selling Up [9:31]
3. Wrong Doctor [8:07]
4. What is That Smell? [9:19]
5. Clerical Error [9:00]
6. Murder Upsets People [7:26]
7. Off to Wales [7:38]
8. Wanted: One Smile [8:29]
9. Trouble In England [5:59]
10. Words With Delyth [7:36]
11. Something is Missing [11:12]

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Midsomer Murders Set 14 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My husband and I started watching on the local BBC channel and then they stopped showing the series. We found the sets and have purchased all up to #14. We love the quality of the disks and the ease of purchase. The stories are wonderfully written and portayed. We Love John Nettles and his able bodied helpers.
arkaren More than 1 year ago
This well written, well acted series improves every year. The stories remain unique and the atmosphere is genuine. You feel as if you are solving the mysteries alongside Barnaby and Jones, and the light-hearted interplay between Barnaby and his wife and daughter provide a realistic break from the dramatic tension. I initially borrowed a dvd of this series at my local library, then went on to purchase them because they are truly a worthwhile investment. You can't go wrong with this one!
brkndog More than 1 year ago
My wife and I got introduced to the Midsomer Murder mysteries a few years ago on the A & E network. Then after a few months they stopped showing them and we went through mystery withdrawal. We scanned all our cable channels hoping to find that some other network had picked up our favorite mystery show. That was not to be, but at least we were able to quench some of our mystery taste with some Poirot, and Miss Marple on public televison. I happened to be going through a Barnes and Noble store in January of 2009 looking for some Frasier episodes when lo and behold there was Midsomer Murders staring me in the face and for 30% off. I bought 6 box sets and when we finished with them bought the rest of the series up to set 13. I was pleasantly surprised when B&N sent me an email and notified me there was a set 14 so I hurried up and ordered it. The episode I enjoyed the most was the perfect picture, I don't know how many times I changed my mind on who the murderer was. If you like murder mysteries you will like Midsomer Murders set 14 and if you haven't seen a Midsomer, after watching this, you will want the whole collection. I surely hope there is a Midsomer Murders 15 set coming out soon.
igtreeves More than 1 year ago
Classic Barnaby!!! I miss Troy!!!!
SueSW More than 1 year ago
My husband and I have enjoyed all seasons of MidSomer Murders. This set, along with Set 13, has been the best yet. It has the most interesting, intricate and involved stories. We were thoroughly pleased. Additionally, this set has subtitles which is a major plus for my husband (who is hard of hearing and has trouble understanding the various accents). We will watch this series again and again.
SchaeferR More than 1 year ago
We have all 14 Sets of the Midsomer Murder Series and the entire family enjoys every episode. The most recent set, #14, was just as enjoyable and entertaining as the previous 13! I highly recommend this series to anyone who enjoys a good mystery and the scenic landscape of the English countryside.
R2S More than 1 year ago
I just never get tired of Midsomer Murders. Now I own all 14 sets and I hear set 15 is ocming out soon. Love them! Love the English countryside. Love the "who done it" nature of the series and I love the family: husband, wife, daughter and now her husband. Can't wait for more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The fourteenth collection of Midsommer Murders is great. Again, Inspector Barnaby faces murder and mayhem in the pleasant Midsoomer County, and gets his man or woman, as the case may be. A little more emphasis on his family, which only improves the plots. I recommend all of the other Midsommer collections to mystery lovers everywhere.
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