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Detective Constable "Dangerous" Davies always gets the cases no one else wants--and no one notices when he eventually succeeds. But his old-fashioned decency and dogged determination have won him legions of loyal fans. Collected here are all 17 episodes from the hit British mystery series starring Peter Davison (Doctor Who, All Creatures Great and Small), who plays the beleaguered Davies "with a pitch-perfect mix of self-effacement and irritation at the endless slights from crooks and fellow cops alike" (The Baltimore Sun).
Mocked by colleagues at his small London police station and estranged from his wife, he actually listens to advice from his kooky chum Mod (Sean Hughes, The Commitments). Still, Dangerous manages to make connections that the slicker cops miss and shows that underdogs do have their day.
BONUS PROGRAM: Dangerous Davies: The Last Detective, the 1981 movie starring Bernard Cribbins that tells the same story as series pilot.
DVD SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE: an interview with Peter Davison, Leslie Thomas bio and booklist, photo galleries, and cast filmographies.
Ok. Was glad it was over Love Peter but scripts and characters were not believable or entertaining over a long haulPublished 5 hours ago by LINDA In Texas
Really enjoyed the humor and story lines. Not like the usual detective tv showsPublished 1 month ago by GIllian Charlton
Wonderful series! One of the best Brit Detective shows. The chemistry between Peter Davison and Sean Hughes is on par with any number of classic detective/sidekick... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Don Kenner
These are good stories, and all are different. Actors are very good.Published 3 months ago by Book Reader
A very sweet show. Peter Davison is adorable, but as I always say whenever I see him: "Peter Davison needs a hug!" And you will feel like that watching him in this, too. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Elizabeth Orr