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As seen on PBS Mystery!
Includes Previously Unreleased Episodes Waxwork and Abracadaver
From the vulgar brothels of London's fogbound streets to the respectable royal apartments of Windsor Castle, Sergeant Cribb maintains a level head and a wry sense of humour to unravel complex crimes in Queen Victoria's England. A detective of Scotland Yard's newly formed Criminal Investigation Department, Cribb receives little support for his efforts from his superiors. Wearing his trademark bowler hat and squeaky boots, Cribb relies on his own shrewdness and the plodding assistance of Constable Thackeray to expose the vile deeds of Victorian criminals.
This is before old school. Its cardboard cut outs.
Really painful to watch. Bad stage play. Who did this series
Very poor compared to usual British mysteries. Limited camera angles, stories lack depth, characters not interesting. Would not have ordered had I viewed just one show.Published 10 months ago by Louis Vodopivec
The story was to quick and acting contrived. I would not recommend this to anyone as it was a big disappointment!Published 10 months ago by grandmother
I don't think I was informd enough about how this mytery presents itself. It is in play format and not a movies format. Read morePublished 14 months ago by frank fox
The audio quality makes it difficult to understand the characters sometimes, and the video quality makes you wonder if it was shot before WWII. Read morePublished 15 months ago by An Ominous
This is another great British series. It has mystery and some light comedy. The acting is very good, and so are the stories. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Fran
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Well? Enough folks appear to have purchased Sgt. Cribb to answer the question. Please! Are there subtitles? Why oh why doesn't Amazon get this important datum into its description of the product?
Update: I went to DVDSubtitles.com and they report NO SUBTITLES for this series. Bummer.
Apr 25, 2012 by alnval | See all 2 posts