In Midsomer, there lives two families, the Hicks and the Hammonds, who have been feuding since World War I when a Hammond was part of a firing squad that killed a Hicks. The Hicks run a number of small businesses and the Hammonds are strictly military. When the grandfather of the Hammonds is found dead, it appears that the feud has escalated to murder.
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While the Colonel Bogey March (Kenneth Alford) is playing, closed captioning lists it as the theme from The Great Escape. It is the The Bridge On The River Kwai theme. Elmer Bernstein wrote the Great Escape theme. See more
Dr Bullard says half of Henry Hammond's head has been blown off. But the left side of his head shows only the one small bullet hole, and later in the coffin it can be seen that the other side of his head is also intact. See more
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Colonel Bogey March
Composed by Kenneth Alford
(a pseudonym of Lt. F. J. Ricketts) (1917)
Whistled by soldiers. See more