The Resource Midsomer murders. Set 7
- Midsomer murders. Set 7
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- produced by Brian True-May ; Bentley Productions ; [A & E ; ITV Networks]
- Title variation
- Midsomer murders. Set seven
- Standing, John, 1934-
- Nettles, John, 1943-
- Wymark, Jane, 1952-
- Gonet, Stella.
- Hellings, Sarah.
- Hopkins, John, 1974-
- Howard, Laura, 1977-
- Casey, Daniel, 1972-
- Kent, Diana.
- Smith, Peter.
- Russell, Michael.
- Bellingham, Lynda.
- Wheal, Elizabeth-Anne.
- True-May, Brian.
- Graham, Caroline, 1931-
- Hammond, Peter, 1923-2011.
- Grey, Isabelle.
- Cusick, Henry Ian.
- Sumpter, Donald, 1943-
- Lunghi, Cherie, 1952-
- Holthouse, Richard.
- Detective and mystery television programs -- England.
- Murderers -- England -- Drama.
- Detective and mystery television programs
- Barnaby, Chief Inspector (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Detectives -- England -- Drama.
- Troy, Sergeant (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Police -- England -- Drama.
- Criminal investigation -- England -- Drama.
- The cozy villages of Midsomer County reveal their most sinister secrets in these contemporary British television mysteries. The green man: Troy passes his inspector's exam and is moving on, but not before one more challenging case with Barnaby in Midsomer Worthy. Bad tidings: Dan Scott, Barnaby's new partner, gets a baptism by fire with a case in Midsomer Mallow that implicates Cully and her old schoolmates. The Fisher King: Barnaby and Scott follow a maze of Celtic rites, ancient artifacts, and twisted relationships to find the murderer of a Midsomer Barrow landowner. Sins of commission: Murder attends the annual literary festival in Midsomer St. Michael, leading Barnaby and Scott to discover a hotbed of corruption within the highbrow crowd
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- Credits note
- Costume designer, Reg Samuel ; music composed by Jim Parker ; production designer, Paul Cowell ; editor, Derek Bain ; director of photography, Colin Munn
- Originally broadcast on A & E in 2003
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- Intended audience
- MPAA rating: Not rated
- Language note
- John Nettles, Daniel Casey, John Hopkins (The green man) David Bradley, John Carlisle, Laura Howard, Barry Jackson, Cherie Lunghi, Fred Pearson, Tim Woodward, Jane Wymark (Bad tidings) Helen Grace, Esther Hall, Laura Howard, Barry Jackson, Ruth Jones, Helen Lindsay, Hilton McRae, John Normington, Michael Simkins, John Standing, Jane Wymark ; (The Fisher King) Linda Bellingham, Jim Carter, Henry Ian Cusick, Susannah Doyle, Terrence Hardiman, Diana Kent, Nicholas Rowe, Rebecca Saire, Malcolm Tierney, Jane Wymark (Sins of commission) Emma Buckley, Susan Engle, Stella Gonet, Michael N. Harbour, Laura Howard, Margot Leicester, Tom Mannion, Donald Sumpter, Robert Whitelock, Jane Wymark
- Target audience
- live action
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