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Gorgons Wood 

A priceless porcelain statue of the ancient Shinto monk Sikoto-no vanishes from a small town museum under impossible circumstances.

Director:

Sandy Johnson

Writer:

David Renwick (by)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Bamber Gascoigne Bamber Gascoigne ... Presenter
Michael Cochrane ... Owen Glendower
Alan Davies ... Jonathan Creek
Stuart Milligan ... Adam Klaus
Alex Lowe Alex Lowe ... Alan Tunstall
Brenda Cowling Brenda Cowling ... Mrs. Thrimpson
Alice Patten ... Gillian Bailey / Dawn
Celia Imrie ... Thelma Bailey
Julia Sawalha ... Carla Borrego
Joanna Brookes Joanna Brookes ... Autograph Woman
David Morris ... Leo Laughton-Jones
Tudor Hassett Tudor Hassett ... Young Owen
Katy Walker Katy Walker ... Young Thelma
Bob Mercer Bob Mercer ... Callum
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vito Mingolla Vito Mingolla ... Sex Shop Shopkeeper
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A priceless porcelain statue of the ancient Shinto monk Sikoto-no vanishes from a small town museum under impossible circumstances.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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"Gorgons Wood": According to Greek mythology, there were three sisters, Etheno, Euryale and (perhaps the best known) Medusa, with snakes for hair, who had the power to turn anyone who looked at them to stone. See more »

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A solid end to Series Four
3 June 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

It's funny, my memory had this one down as a classic, and Sear of the Sands as rather ordinary, having re-watched both, I'd say it's perhaps the reverse, I loved Sear of the Sands, whereas I rather enjoyed Gorgon's Wood. It has a lot going for it, it's one of, if not the darkest episode of Jonathan Creek, there are elements of this show that you could place in many a dark thriller, the incident with the rake is rather grim. I love dark thrillers, but somehow those elements just don't hang so well on the show, it was never about that, were they trying to shock viewers rather then baffle them? I did enjoy it, I loved both Celia imrie and Michael Cochrane, two fine actors that clearly enjoyed their work on the show. It's clever, all the business about the statue's disappearance was well thought out.

Enjoyable, just not as good as I remembered. 7/10


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 February 2004 (UK) See more »

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Stereo

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1.78 : 1
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