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  • Actors: Alun Armstrong, Amanda Redman, Dennis Waterman, James Bolam
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Acorn Media
  • DVD Release Date: February 22, 2011
  • Run Time: 463 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0038M2RYO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,657 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "New Tricks: Season 3" on IMDb

Special Features

Behind-the-scenes featurette (20 min.)
Cast filmographies
SDH subtitles

Editorial Reviews

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"Excellent crime series" --Daily Mail (U.K.)
"Enjoyably mischievous" --The Sunday Times (U.K.)
"Cutting-edge Brit TV" --The Guardian (U.K.)

Retired cops solve cold cases in this hit British series

Sexy, ambitious Superintendent Sandra Pullman (Amanda Redman, Sexy Beast) leads the unsolved crimes unit of the Metropolitan Police in this fresh and funny British drama. Her team includes three aging former detectives lured out of retirement. Gerry Standing (Dennis Waterman, The Sweeney) is a womanizer, Brian Lane (Alun Armstrong, Bleak House) is clinically depressed, and Jack Halford (James Bolam, The Beiderbecke Affair) has conversations with his dead wife. Can this curmudgeonly trio of crime busters learn new tricks to crack tough crimes? Or are old-fashioned hunches and footwork still best?

The masterful performances and top-tier guest stars make this long-running, award-winning British series an "unstoppable ratings monster" (The Sunday Telegraph, U.K.). A drama with tongue firmly in cheek, deftly written and perfectly cast, it’s "the crime show to watch" (Liverpool Daily Post).

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In an ocean of police shows competing for screen space, New Tricks has one heck of a trump card. For while its plotlines aren’t particularly radical, and while the pace is perhaps gentler than you may expect, its cast greedily devour the material and lift a good show into something really quite special.

The premise behind New Tricks is that three retired detectives are called in to work as a mismatched team of sorts to solve crimes. So far, so routine. But those three detectives are played by Dennis Waterman, James Bolam and Alun Armstrong, a trio who can not only act, but are also capable of maximising the comedy potential on offer. Then, there’s the juicy inclusion of Amanda Redman, who brought the three of them back together in the first place. Combined, these four are clearly having a terrific time with the show, and it’s fun we’re all invited to share in.

The third season of New Tricks, presented in this DVD set, features eight varied episodes and the obligatory end-of-season cliffhanger, along with some welcome guest stars. The stories cover ice cream, witchcraft, dogs and school, and it’s to the show’s credit that it does balance the serious moments with its plentiful humour exceptionally well.

In short, New Tricks is a real treat, putting core values ahead of gimmicks and letting us all enjoy the rewards of its approach. Cracking stuff. --Jon Foster

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Great actors and plots!
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Love watching these crazy guys as they show the younger guys what it's really like being a cop.
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Quirky characters, great plots, droll humor.
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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By OneOpinion on June 21, 2010
Format: DVD
New Tricks is a cold-case comedy/police procedural drama: a dramedy, if you will. The actors, the writing, and the directing are just superb - QUALITY. It doesn't take long before you'll be laughing out loud, but viewers still feel the serious nature of the crimes being solved. Each crime is a cold case, and each detective has his own strength and idiosyncracies - so we avoid boredom and predictability. Each crime is solved differently. Each episode is guaranteed to be simultaneously hilarious. I never miss this show on BBC America if I can get it - and I'm ordering Seasons 3-6 from Amazon-UK since the US is taking much too long to release them (I have a region-free DVD player compatible with US televisions). I highly recommend this sophisticated mystery series because of its ability to carry off serious police procedural with quality comedy.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Marysia on June 10, 2010
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This is absolutely the best thing on television - and not just for us viewers "of a certain age." The profesionalism, the polish, the proper use of language - this is what adult entertainment should be. Many times no words are necessary - just a shrug or nod or facial expression are enough to convey a response. Young people today should use this series as a university course to learn the art of acting. The DVDs aren't coming out quickly enough for me, but I treasure the two series I have and eagerly await more.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mark Pastin on June 12, 2011
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This is a British variation on the cold case theme. For the most part, the cases are cold but not ancient. The cast is tight, funny and believable without all of the usual solved-in-court nonsense. Each episode features a believable plot pursued by a tight ensemble.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Andante on December 9, 2010
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We just finished watching year 5 ( obtained from the UK ) and years 3, 4, and 5 exceed any detective series we have watched (possible exception of the totally different "Bones"). It continues in the same vein as before with unusual plots ( no repetitive themes ), brilliant humor, and fantastic acting ( as only true professionals can do ). It also is a wonderful perspective on societies' attitudes over the decades as based on current values. A great and fun trip to the past with a firm basis in the present. Easily understood by US and UK alike. Fantastic triple leads comparable to the original Star Trek, with the addition of a modern day female who seems to totally grasp the situation. The private lives of the characters have never overwhelmed the plots.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Harold Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWER on January 7, 2011
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Season 3 makes you laugh all the way through each unsolved reopen crime. This quirky team is lead by foxy DCSandra Pullman (Amanda Redman -`At Home with the Braithwaithes' 'Little Dorrit `) who runs OCOS (Unsolved Crime & Open Case Squad) from the basement due to a bad situation of her past. OCOS could also stand for "Unsolved Crime's Outrageous Squad". She recruits 3 ex-cops from retirement. Pullman is blond, aggressive, a good-looker, likes cheap wine, with a wild private life, and bound to get the job done, one way or another. The 4 combine to solve the cold cases, but in such a funny way. This BBC Crime/Comedy show is still in production as of 2011. Will it last as long as Midsomer Murders, also yet continuing? It is just as good. Really funny.

The other quirky cops:
Brian Lane (Alun Armstrong-' Garrow's Law', 'Little Dorrit' 'Braveheart `) on meds, a great memory, biker, funniest cop, and married to Esther (Susan Jameson- 'When the Boat Comes In' & reader for many Catherine Cookson audio novels).
Gerry Standing (Dennis Waterman-`The Sweeney' 'Stay Lucky `) is a womanizer divorced 3 times, is this a problem? Yes
Jack Halford (James Bolam-`Beiderbecke' 'Born & Bred' 'End of the Affair `) lost his wife and now talks to her regularly at the memorial in his back yard. She yet brings him comfort and investigative success. He sometimes looks like and acts funny like Bob Hope.
Each episode has guest stars, too many to catch them all.

Subtitles, YES. Also 20 min behind the scenes, & filmographies.
The theme song; "It's all right, it's OK, doesn't really matter if you're old & grey. . ." and then the comedy crime investigation begins.

Season 3 episodes (58 min each):
1Lady's Pleasure
Reopened is the death of a teacher in a sports car.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steve Ramm TOP 100 REVIEWER on March 23, 2011
Format: DVD
If you haven't seen the two earlier seasons of New Tricks (Season One and Season Two), grab those first - and check out my reviews of both of those volumes. They are wonderful. Now, if you are reading this review and you have seen the previous volumes, I don't need to give you the plot or tell you how engaging the characters are. You know - or you wouldn't have come this far. I was hooked on the series from the pilot episode on the Series One set and, like peanuts, I just can get enough of the adventure of the team of retired police officers and their somewhat younger female boss. These folks are like old friends now and yet the scriptwriters reveal new layers and facts about their lives as the episodes evolve. In this season you'll learn how Jack's wife, Mary, died. And a bit more about Brian's "past problems". The stories range from some pretty gruesome murders to a turf war between competing ice cream trucks.

It's my understanding that series is still going in England but the DVD versions are coming out slower in the US. Thanks to Acorn Media Group, this Season Three was released in February, shortly after I finished watching Season Two. (and - mark your calendars! - Season Four is coming - I'm told - in June!).

This is the first volume to include anything that seriously can be considered a "Bonus". It's a 20-minute "Behind The Scenes" featurette. Sadly, its really a lot of scenes repeated from Season Three mixed with interviews with three or four of the GUEST actors. Not one comment from any of the UCON team! And even the print quality of the scenes shown is distorted. But I'm not deducting any stars. Just alerting readers that its not much.

One other thing occurs in Season Three that did not occur in the prior two.
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I'm curious what the basis of the claim that "ACORN MEDIA never puts sub-titles on their DVD's" might be. Just in my library and/or programs I've given people as gifts, the following all have either captions or SDH subtitles...

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New Tricks 3 comes out 2/22. New Tricks 4 is planned for 6/7, and New Tricks 5 is planned for 9/27. And the wait means that you'll be getting the complete, unedited UK broadcast version.
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I'm curious which programs you're referring to here. Of the programs that aired on Mystery this year, most were released by other companies (namely Acorn Media and BBC/Warner).
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