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  • Actors: Richard Griffiths, Malcolm Sinclair, Bella Enahoro, Nick Raggett, Samantha Womack
  • Directors: Bill Pryde, Colin Gregg, Danny Hiller, David Innes Edwards, George Case
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Acorn Media
  • DVD Release Date: January 25, 2011
  • Run Time: 240 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0047CG9FM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #158,425 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Pie in the Sky: Series Four" on IMDb

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SDH subtitles

Editorial Reviews

All the right ingredients for an enchanting detective drama

"Excellent cook-detective series" --Daily Mail (U.K.)

Detective Inspector Henry Crabbe (Richard Griffiths, Harry Potter, The History Boys) divides his time between catching criminals and his true passion--cooking. The proprietor of Pie in the Sky, his dream restaurant, Crabbe had hoped to while away his retirement serving up his favorite dishes with his accountant wife, Margaret (Maggie Steed, Shine on Harvey Moon). But his boss, Assistant Chief Constable Freddy Fisher (Malcolm Sinclair, Casino Royale), is determined to keep his best detective on the payroll, tackling the cases that only Crabbe’s deft touch can solve.

"Griffiths … is a pleasure to watch" (The Globe and Mail, Canada) in this lighthearted British mystery series seen on public television. Guest stars in Series 4 include Keeley Hawes (MI-5, Ashes to Ashes) and Jane Wymark (Midsomer Murders, Poldark).

Customer Reviews

It has been a great addition to my library.
Victoria E. Fowler
Really fun, family friendly, crime mystery with a chef twist which makes for some interesting writing.
Harold Wolf
It was a very good mystery series with good actors, excellent writing too.
Curtrenton

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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 24, 2010
Format: DVD
In this first episode of the penultimate end of series set, 'Devils on Horseback: Part 1' begins by Margaret (the always lovely Maggie Steed) forcing Henry (the always intense Griffiths) to a day at the races. But, as all things must in Henry's world, a young stable lad is found dead there and his boss, Chief Constable Freddy Fisher (Malcolm Sinclair); also a guest there, suddenly turns to Henry to 'sort it out.'

Along with his Doctor Watson, in the form of trusty DS Cambridge (Bella Enahoro - although her long, straight, dyed hair doesn't look right, it has to be said!), they get to work - whilst Margaret looks over the books of one of the owners of the horse that the dead stable boy looked after. The episode culminates in another brutal murder.

'Devils on Horseback: Part 2' picks up with that murder of another stable lad, before a very unexpected prime suspect is apprehended for his murder. As the remainder of the tale is lazily played out, for we know the real killer of these two isn't who they have in custody, Margaret plays the detective herself - and nearly pays the price for it too!

In the third episode, 'Chinese Whispers,' a local Chinese takeaway seems to be under threat from yobs at night re: fire bombs and such. Henry, whilst picking up an order there one night - lemon chicken, so it must be good! - speaks to May, the daughter of the owner; but he doesn't want Henry's help as much as she does.

It turns out that widowed Mr. Chen is a gambler deeply in debt to a restaurateur in London's Chinatown who has been has been threatening him for the money he owes.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Harold Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWER on December 9, 2010
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More crooks than cooking in series 4. More intrigue. Restaurant relationships rather than recipes. Ep.3 has the chef's signature Steak & Kidney Pie (but alas, no recipe yet). If you've not seen the earlier Pie in the Sky series, by all means go back and begin with set 1. Then, like me, you may have to buy them one after another. Really fun, family friendly, crime mystery with a chef twist which makes for some interesting writing.

TO CATCH UP: Richard Griffiths is superb in the role of a copper wanting retirement, who also is a fine chef. Wife Margaret (Maggie Steed-"Clatterford") takes care of the restaurant books and legal end and adds comedy/romance. ACC Fisher (Malcolm Sinclair-'The Young Victoria') makes sure Crabbe has crimes to solve with the help of DC Sophia (Bella Enahoro). Beautiful waitress Nicola (Samantha Womack-"EastEnders"),good-looking dish, has expanded or at least displays more chest. Asst Chef Gary (Nicholas Lamont) is featured in ep.6 wants Nicola. Henderson (Nick Raggett-"The Sins""Holby City") is veg grower, and kit-help, featured in ep.4. Guest stars too!

OVERALL, the series began as a potential one-plot show (retired cop turns chef) to a long TV crime series with very good multi-plot episodes. Always a crime, suspense, intrigue, always relationships, romance, always comedy, always food. Never a recipe.
Always SUBTITLES. Episodes about 50 min each. The original building, flower shop in Hemel Hempstead, England, became a REAL "Pie in the Sky" restaurant since the show began. I don't know if they offer steak/kidney pie or recipes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By GEORGE RANNIE on January 31, 2011
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Once again in Season four (4) of this delightful British series "Pie in the Sky", restaurant owner Henry Crabbe (wonderfully acted by Richard Griffiths) is doing what he loves most by turning out lots of very fine looking food in his restaurant while at the same time being a part-time detective using his keen intuitive skills to solve dastardly crimes that include "murders most foul".

To me, the six (6) episodes on two (2) discs running about an hour each in Season four (4) are most intriguing filled with delicious food, great mysteries that demand some good detective work from Crabbe and his beautiful assistance and are filled with lots of humor mainly supplied by his neurotic police boss, his wife (played delightfully by Maggie Steed) and the kitchen staff in his restaurant.

All in all, I really enjoyed Season four (4) of "Pie in the Sky" because it is filled with some of the things that I enjoy most in life (i.e., good food, British mysteries, humor and good acting)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gary G. Newman on February 14, 2011
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As always, the Pie In The Sky series was excellent. But I have a complaint and it is not just with this set. So many times I have received DVDs which stall or become pixelated. Within 13 minutes of the first episode, the DVD stalled. I could not fast forward, stop it, or even shut off the machine. It was locked in place. The only remedy was to unplug the DVD player and then speed through the stalled section of the DVD so it would play. I have placed these DVD's in one of my other 9 DVD players and two computers and the problem occurs again. So, the problem is not with my player. These producers should be more concerned with quality control.
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