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Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries (TV Series 2012– ) Poster

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On 15 December 2017, a crowdfunding campaign was opened to allow fans to support the effort to release a Miss Fisher-film. The original campaign reached its goal of $250,000 in less than 48 hours.
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Most of the dresses in the show were sewn by the costume designers team themselves, specifically for the show.
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Miss Fisher lives at 221B, the same street number as Sherlock Holmes
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Essie Davis (Miss Fisher) was an associate producer on the 2nd season of the show.
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Every episode closes with blacking out the screen, usually focusing on Miss Fisher's face in a circle. The closing scene is almost always Miss Fisher with Detective Inspector Jack Robinson.
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Essie Davis and Hugo Johnstone-Burt previously worked together in the TV Mini-Series Cloudstreet (2011).
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Review from The New York Times, 10 October 2018 (by Maria Theresa Hart): "A whodunit series from Australia, "Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries" is ideal background TV for fans of old-fashioned thrillers. Set in Melbourne in the late 1920s, the show follows Phryne Fisher (a sparkling Essie Davis), a self-described "lady detective." Each episode follows a basic formula and is self-contained, kicking off with a murder and closing with the captured killer, which is a snap to follow no matter how many browser tabs you have open. And a huge part of the show's appeal comes from Miss Fisher's spectacularly glamorous flapper ensembles, all topped off with coordinated cloche hats. These outfits, like Miss Fisher's quippy one-liners, can be appreciated as isolated diversions by even the most distracted viewer."
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The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

Jack and Phrynne share only two kisses during the entire series. One in "Murder In Montparnasse" and the other in last episode of the series "Death Do Us Part."
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Emily eskell. and Ashleigh Cummings. have both appeared in the series puberty blues(2012)
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