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Inspector Michael Jericho (Robert Lindsay, Horatio Hornblower, Oliver Twist) is a brilliant detective and a darling of the media. However, he is haunted by the memories of his father, a policeman whose murder Jericho witnessed as a boy. Never married, and alone since his childhood sweetheart left him for another during WWII, Jericho is obsessed with his work at Scotland Yard. Yet, he finds himself drawn to his beautiful French neighbor Juliette (AurÈlie BargËme)-ña prostitute with a tortured past.Set amidst the social upheaval of post-war 1950s London, Jericho unravels headline-grabbing mysteries. His diligent team includes faithful friend and colleague Detective Sergeant Clive Harvey (David Troughton, Foyleís War) and the ambitious young Detective Constable John Caldicott (Ciar·n McMenamin, David Copperfield), whose warm relationship with his fiancÈe starkly contrasts Jericho's lonely nighttime vigils.Includes four mysteries: - A Pair of Ragged Claws- The Killing of Johnny Swan - To Murder and Create- The Hollow Men
Jericho is very well done. Beautifully filmed, great period look, good actors, and entertaining stories. I wish they would have done more!Published 17 months ago by Brook B. Petersen
My wife and I enjoyed JERICHO. Story lines very good and
the acting by the whole cast was marvelous. Robert Lindsay was a great choice as Jericho. Read more
There are four episodes on two discs and plenty of viewing time. Jericho is introduced as a television/cop public hero, and that kind of explains his deficiency as a detective. Read morePublished on July 13, 2013 by Lawrence Wegeman, Jr.
These old British Murder Stories are great to watch for the whole family. They know how to create compelling
characters and good plot lines
Great stories and excellent acting.
Why did they cancel this series. It is so much better than almost everything on TV today.
Jerricho It was terrific, but the price was too high for 2 episodes, the "Series 1 & 2." was really a misnomer.Published on December 14, 2012 by barking wizard
I was not familiar with these movies before buying them. I am really glad I did! They are really interesting stories and the characters are really enjoyable and developed well. Read morePublished on July 6, 2012 by John L