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Lovejoy: Season 6

4.6 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews

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Lovejoy: The Complete Season Six (DVD)

Season 6, Episodes 1-10 (1) Fair Exchange (2) Day of Reckoning (3) Somewhere Over the Rainbow (4) Double-Edged Sword (5) Guns and Roses (6) The Last of the Uzkoks (7) Breaking the Broker (8) Fruit of the Desert (9) Holding the Baby (10) Last Tango in Lavenham

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10 episodes
Ian McShane talks about Lovejoy part 6

Product Details

  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 13, 2009
  • Run Time: 479 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002DY9KRK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,761 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Got hooked on this series while stationed in England. Come Tuesday evening at 8PM, everything stopped to watch Lovejoy on BBC. Ian MacShane is brilliant as Lovejoy. He is cool, suave, debonair and just down right hunky. Lovejoy is a series that one can sit down and enjoy with the entire family. Was over the moon when amazon.com started offering the series. A bit pricey but well worth the money. Since Lovejoy, Ian has also cut quite a swath here in the U.S. with various and sundry series (such as Deadwood) as well as appearing in numerous movies. Too bad they cancelled his "Kings" before it even had a chance. Oh well, long live Lovejoy!
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By the time of this series, my two favorite characters (Lady Felsham and Eric) had left the series. That reduce the entertainment level for me by at least 1/2.
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Lovejoy mixes the world of antiques with the world of crime and this man can spot a shady criminal as easily as he can spot a forgery. He might be a little bit of a rogue, but he also has a good heart. Series 6 includes 10 exciting episodes that will leave you on the edge of your seat.

Fair Exchange - Lovejoy & Charlotte argue over an 18th-century Polish painting. Lovejoy goes out drinking and wakes to to charges of theft.

Day of Reckoning - Charlotte is kidnapped my one of Lovejoy's enemies and he must find her before she gets killed.

Somewhere over the Rainbow - Tinker goes missing after he and Lovejoy have an argument and Lovejoy sets out on a journey to find him and discovers a lot about Tinker's past.

Double Edged Sword - Lovejoy is "hired" by a thug to track down a stolen Samurai sword.

Guns & Roses - Lovejoy goes to have an antique gun cleaned by an expert and gets in the middle of a battle with his landlord.

The Last of the Uzkoks - Charlotte is preparing to auction off a Geek artifact, but several people claim to own it. Lovejoy is enlisted to prove who it belongs to.

Breaking the Broker - A sea captain is suspected of smuggling religious artifacts, and the police want Lovejoy to help catch him

Fruit of the Desert - Lovejoy is offered a bounty of Islamic artifacts for a steal, but the only way to secure them could jeopardize his relationship with his daughter.

Holding the Baby - Lovejoy scores a Regency cabinet for a very low price, but Beth is conned into giving it away.

Last Tango in Lavenham - The series finale is filled with surprises. Beth gets a new job offer, Tinker is ready to move on, and Charlotte is thinking marriage.

This was such a great series.
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As Ian McShane himself states "Lovejoy is no angel, but he's on the side of the angels."
Lovejoy is an English antique dealer with the ability to "divine" real antiques from fakes.
Despite employing all his inate skills to win at the buying and selling game - he always comes out the loser. Lovejoy, is a loveable rogue of an antique dealer who accidentally finds himself solving the odd crime along the way. The Lovejoy series is perfect "feel good" entertainment. If you liked "Midsomer Murders", "Foyle's War" or "Pie in the Sky" you will definitely get a good chuckle from Lovejoy and along the way you will learn a heck of a lot about antiques.
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Honestly, Ian McShane and Dudley Sutten could make a phone book fun. But it is too bad the episodes could not have been casted in the oposite order, then we could have watched as a good show became wonderful. Instead, we watched an enchanting show lose some of it's magic after Lady Jane and Eric left the cast.
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Ian McShane one of the greatest actors who should've had a much bigger
career in America but Lovejoy is one of the greatest series of all time! His
charm wit comedic acting is what made the series so great! It should've lasted
longer but then again some series go too long! The ending is one of the best
written endings to any series in tv history! great writing directing and acting.
It's not my favorite season of the series but they are all great.
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These is a series I was very, very sorry to see end. I'm so glad to have the complete set of DVDs now. This is a remarkably good series, which I recommend to everyone. Excellent acting. I think the show lost a lot of "umph" when Lady Jane and Eric left the show, but the last episodes are very good too and for different reasons. The departure of Lovejoy at the end of the series brings tears to my eyes --- I had a long and enjoyable friendship with these people.
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Great show .I grew up around the area the show is set in,so i love to see all the places i know and have passed through.Plus Ian McShane is always a treat to watch!
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