DI Frost is an old-school no-nonsense copper who believes in traditional policing methods. Frost uses what he knows about the street to find answers to crimes as a member of Denton's CID. His home life's complex, but his daily nemesis is the station's commander; Supt. Mullett, who's constantly worrying. He doesn't appreciate DI Frost's rough and ready manner, which doesn't stop him from trotting him out - with his George Cross,bestowed upon him.Written by
David Jason and co-stars played pranks of each other during filming. See more »
Assuming that Frost had joined the police as a young man, he would have been too short. David Jason is 5'6" and the minimum height for a male police officer in England was at least 5'8" (5'10" in some forces) until 1990. See more »
Impeccable. Hardly a missed line or plot hole. British cooking at its best. Jason is continually one of the country's favourites. This isn't cheap entertainment, mind you, but heady stuff, meticulously crafted - mysteries that take you through twists and turns to make you dizzy, complications for the hero you will really feel, etc. Jason, Mirren, et al - these are engrossing people on screen in the best television police dramas of the day.
11 of 12 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this