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"Midsomer Murders" Beyond the Grave (2000)

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Director:
Writers:
Douglas Watkinson (screenplay)
Caroline Graham (characters)
Contact:
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Original Air Date:
5 February 2000 (Season 3, Episode 4)
Genre:
Plot:
Barnaby and Troy, with an actor tagging along for research, investigate a slashed painting at a museum, which later turns out to be the site of a murder. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
Surely a Challenge to Keep Track of, but Worth It See more (5 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy

Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. George Bullard

Malcolm Sinclair ... Alan Bradford

Cheryl Campbell ... Sandra MacKillop

David Robb ... Charles MacKillop

James Laurenson ... James Tate

Prunella Scales ... Eleanor Bunsall

Patricia Brake ... Anne Quarritch

Sylvestra Le Touzel ... Linda Marquis
Roger Sloman ... Ralph Bailey
Ed Waters ... Nico Bentley
Charles Simon ... Marcus Lowrie
Neil Conrich ... Police Constable Angel
Alwyne Taylor ... Dr. Catherine Bullard
Chris Stanton ... Vicar

Episode Crew
Directed by
Moira Armstrong 
 
Writing credits
Douglas Watkinson (screenplay)

Caroline Graham (characters)

Produced by
Ian Strachan .... associate producer
Brian True-May .... producer
Betty Willingale .... producer
Delia Fine .... executive producer: A&E Network (uncredited)
Kris Slava .... supervising producer: A&E (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Jim Parker 
 
Cinematography by
Graham Frake (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Derek Bain 
 
Casting by
Joyce Nettles 
 
Production Design by
Robert Foster 
 
Art Direction by
Rachel Heady 
 
Costume Design by
Reg Samuel 
 
Makeup Department
Margaret Palphramand .... makeup designer (as Maggie Palphramand)
Wendy Spriggs .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Susannah Booker .... third assistant director
Edward Brett .... first assistant director
Vaughan Watkins .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Pete Blackall .... dressing props
Craig Cheeseman .... storeman
Simon Drew .... stand-by props
Rory O'Connor .... stand-by props
Julian Searle .... props master
Andrijana Tovarloza .... assistant art director (as Andriana Tovarloza)
 
Sound Department
Peter Bond .... dialogue editor
Les Honess .... sound recordist
Laura Lovejoy .... sound editor
Steve Peckover .... boom operator
Ian Tapp .... dubbing mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Stuart Brisdon .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Colin Skeaping .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dave Cook .... best boy
Mike Cooper .... electrician
Phil Hennessy .... rigger (as Philip Hennessy)
Mick Lay .... gaffer
Ian Moss .... focus puller
Keegan O'Neill .... clapper loader
Terry Roberts .... electrician
John Trew .... grip
Dean Foard .... electrician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Louise Cross .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mark Brooks .... costume assistant
Mary Judge .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
John Blackwell .... assistant editor
William Chetwynd .... conform editor (uncredited)
 
Location Management
Georgina True-May .... location manager
 
Other crew
Pat Bryan .... production coordinator
Natalie Collison .... production secretary
John Groves .... production accountant
Lesley Lay .... assistant accountant
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Caroline Graham  creator

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Samantha Barber .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
Robert J. Dugdale .... scenic artist
David Green .... scenic artist
Colin Wright .... scenic artist
 
Sound Department
Sefi Carmel .... foley mixer (season 5)
 
Visual Effects by
Larry Deacon .... sparks
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Graham Frake .... supervising cinematographer: A&E Network
Robert Shacklady .... daily focus puller
 
Editorial Department
Steve Farman .... negative cutter
 
Music Department
Celia Sheen .... musician: theremin
 
Other crew
Alexandra Chamberlain .... caterer
Graham Cox .... floor runner
Jamie McKay-Haynes .... runner
 
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Additional Details

Runtime:
USA:104 min (DVD)
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Language:
Color:
Certification:
UK:15 (VHS/DVD rating) | UK:12 (video rating) (2001)

Did You Know?

Goofs:
Continuity: When D.C.I. Barnaby and Sgt Troy arrive at Tate's house they have their siren and rotating light switch on when they get out of the car. But when Ralph steals the car a minute later, the rotating light is no longer on the car.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Alan Bradford:By 3:30 that afternoon, August the 1st, 1644, the fighting was over.
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Movie Connections:
References Ghostbusters (1984)See more »

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Surely a Challenge to Keep Track of, but Worth It, 16 February 2016
Author: Hitchcoc from United States

I was a bit bored at the beginning of this episode, but it was worth hanging on for the developments. What starts out as a simple case of vandalism (the cutting up of a valuable portrait from a past century) develops into a case of anger and revenge. There are numerous characters from a woman who says she can get vibrations from the graves of people, including one who is buried right in the middle of a museum, to another, who begins to see spirits and who begins to doubt her sanity. This is a simple view of what takes place and there are numerous layers at work here. People are close mouthed about their involvements with one another, but we can see incredible tensions. The museum is at the center of everything. But there are some far more basic issues warranting investigation. Money and jealousy are often at the center of things and this is no exception to that. Some have criticized the supernatural implications of this offering, but Barnaby's clashing with his usual rational approach makes that just fine.

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