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Endeavour (2012)

TV Movie  -   -  Crime | Drama | Mystery  -  1 July 2012 (USA)
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Set in 1965, young Detective Constable Endeavour Morse investigates a case in Oxford.

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In Oxford, 1965, Endeavour Morse is a teetotaler and a classical music loving young constable who considers leaving the force after an unhappy affair but stays to join Inspector Thursday's investigation into the disappearance of schoolgirl Mary Tremlett. By deciphering a code based on crosswords in the local paper and Mary's poetry books, Morse deduces that Mary was meeting a lover and leads Thursday to the site of her murder. Following the suicide of Mary's boyfriend, student Miles Percival, Morse meets Miles' tutor, Dr. Stromming, the crossword setter who was seeing Mary but had an alibi for the murder. DS Lott, jealous of Thursday's regard for Morse's sharpness, attempts to incriminate Miles but then the police learn that Mary and other girls were paid to attend orgies by creepy car dealer Teddy Samuels, who has Lott in his pocket, as well as other worthies. As a result, both Thursday (a great mentor who also introduces the young constable to real ale) and Morse are carpeted. Morse... Written by don @ minifie-1

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Trivia

When Morse is contemplating his future after being fired, he misquotes the old French proverb. The more correct translation is "Praise the God of all, drink the wine, and let the world be the world," with no reference to beer. See more »

Goofs

When DC McLeash comes into Morse's room to invite him for a drink, he switches Morse's record-player off at the mains switch to get his attention. When McLeash has finished talking to Morse, he switches it back on again and it carries on playing immediately, exactly where it left off. This would not happen with a record-player. At the very least the pitch would increase as the record got up to speed; in addition, if it was a valve rather than transistor amplifier there would be a delay while the valve filaments warmed up again. See more »

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[first lines]
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Crazy Credits

In the end credits of the PBS Masterpiece Mystery! broadcast (though not the original ITV broadcast), some letters are shown in red... these spell out L-O-N-S-D-A-L-E, the name of a fictional Oxford college associated with Morse. See more »

Connections

Featured in Crime Connections: Episode #1.5 (2012) See more »

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Un bel di
from Madam Butterfly
Composed by Giacomo Puccini
Sung by Janis Kelly
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Fantastic...just that
6 April 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Always used IMDb as a reference site but never registered. However, this has forced me to put the effort in just to say how impressed I was at seeing this programme. Being a fan of the original (in part, forced to watch it as a teenager by my parents) it was great to see Morse back with all his quirks. The young actor does an exceptional job and the plot still retains the overall feeling of angst, intellect and hierarchical debauchery that the original series exuded. The "bit part" actors created an engaging ensemble and projected a perfect sixties feeling. All in all, superbly acted, a great (if not hugely intricate)story and a wanting for more. Sure this can be a series to watch out for.Can't wait to see further episodes.


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