A Touch of Frost - Season 3
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crime victims.He is messy,doesn't like paperwork,and has a skimpy
social life.The stories are always realistic without being gory,and
are 100 minutes in length.This series has the 4 stories:Appropriate
Adults,Quarry,Dead Male One,and No Refuge.The acting,photography,
and music are excellent as usual. Frost develops but later ends
a relationship with Shirley Fisher because he can't commit himself.
In the process he considers selling the house he shared with his
now dead wife.I find these series to be among the best of British
mysteries and have preordered Series 4,due in November.
Infusing his detective work with pathos and humour, Jason portrays a "grey" detective in an overly "grey" British town. Not the recipe for outstanding television, but Jason's excellence is matched by the scriptwriter - and the viewer is genuinely transported into the life of a British police inspector in a new town, with all of its troubles and problems.
Jason not only proves to be a superb police man, his humour - and distaste for new policing methods - ensure that the viewer is able to relax, focus, switch on and off, all at the same time as the main character. I really can't recommend this DVD - or any of the other three issued to date - highly enough.
Long live David Jason. With Del Boy in "Only Fools and Horses" and Frost in this series, he has portrayed two of Britain's greatest TV heroes: the range of the man's acting is simply breathtaking.
So we recently bought Series 2 & 3.
This series just gets better with age. Jack Frost is endearing. He has parts of Morse and Foyle in him.
This mystery is up to Series 14. We plan to get all of them.
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The episodes unfold slowly, building to the crime~ seemingly unrelated scenes gel then mystery and suspense abound. Always smart with an occasional laugh~ I never tire of it!Published 3 months ago by Judith Blinick
Great mystery series that you won't see on PBS but beats Morse hands down. You will love Inspector Jack Frost.Published 6 months ago by Nick Rao
Love british detective shows, this is right up there with them. Rather old, filmed in the seventies I think.Published 8 months ago by Mottley
Love this series. I have seen all the episodes several times.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer