1. Sweet Danger Part One Averna, a tiny Dalmatian state, has attracted interest from the bold, bad baron of commerce, Brett Savanake. But it's rightful heirs are the Fitton family.
2. Sweet Danger Part Two Albert returns in disguise to Pontisbright to draw Savanake into showing his hand.
3. Dancers in Mourning Part One Campion takes the lead when a drama becomes a crisis for theatre star Jimmy Sutane.
4. Dancers in Mourning Part Two Campion is ready to reveal the murderer.
5. Flowers for the Judge Part One Campion is introduced to the literary world when he bumps into old friend Mike Barnabas.
6. Flowers for the Judge Part Two In the name of justice Campion has to prove the innocence of a man on trial for murder, enlisting the help of his manservant Lugg.
7. Mystery Mile Part One When an eminent judge from the United States has his life threatened by a ruthless gang of mobsters, Albert Campion comes to the rescue.
8. Mystery Mile Part Two Judge Lobbett has mysteriously disappeared and Campion's manservant visits Campion to warn him off the hunt for the sinister mob.
|Genres||Drama, Adventure, Mystery, Comedy|
|Director||Michael Owen Morris|
|Starring||Peter Davison, Brian Glover|
|Supporting actors||Robert Lang, Barrie Ingham, Neil Daglish, Amanda Royle, Terence Beesley, Philippa Urquhart, Francesca Hall, Susan Bovell, Jonathan Moore, John Bardon, David Angus, Michael Godley, Trevor T. Smith, Patricia Maynard, Roy Spencer, Harry Drewry, Christopher Benjamin|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Of the four dvd's, one was corrupted and could not be watched. The quality of the other three were greatPublished 7 days ago by Diane Wilde
These are really fun. I wish there were more of them. Lug is just a joy to watch.Published 24 days ago by David Nelson
A fun thing to watch, a little improbable in some places but not bad.Published 29 days ago by Tom Watkins
The show is okay. For fans of Agatha Christie's Miss Marple and Poirot it should be familiar. I find it a little campy, pardon the term considering the title character's name. Read morePublished 29 days ago by cat lady 4
I love the British programs. Mystery with out all of the gore. It really is a pity that there are only 2 seasons of this series.Published 29 days ago by Suzanne Jerin