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Another Life: Frost returns after his suspension and is faced with a complex murder case. While one victim is leading a double life, another dismembered body turns up with two left feet and one of them isn't his! Frost will need all the help he can to crack these baffling cases. Dancing in the Dark: A man's body is discovered at a recycling plant with no ID, save a gold tooth. Frost ivestigates but can't seem to match him to any missing people. Next, the body of a female escort is found in the hotel room of a wealthy man who commits suicide prior to his arrest. Frost tries to find the link between forged passports and illegal immigrants from Poland. Near Death Experience: Sergeant George Toolan is seriously injured as he and Jack try to prevent a young man's suicide attempt. A ritualistic murder echoes a previous case and when another woman is murdered, it seems as if it's a direct challenge to Frost. The serial killer covers his tracks, but Frost finds a mistake that leads to vital information about the murderer's next move...and his next victim.

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  • 3 episodes on 2 discs

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  • Actors: David Jason, Bruce Alexander, Sally Dexter, John Lyons, Amanda Root
  • Directors: Roger Bamford, Roy Battersby
  • Writers: Christopher Blake, David Gilman, R.D. Wingfield
  • Producers: David Jason, David Reynolds, Don Leaver
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Mpi Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 31, 2006
  • Run Time: 275 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000GIW95K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,340 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "A Touch of Frost - Seasons 11 & 12" on IMDb

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By V. T. James Burgess on February 12, 2007
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Well written, well acted series. After watching a number of these stories I should be on top of guessing how each episode is going to finish.......... still working on that.

An entertaining thoughtful set of stories which do not rely upon sound bytes or visual effects to keep ones attention, just plain intelligent stuff.

Keeps one entertained and awake after a hards days work so yes, I rate this series and give Inspector frost a big thumbs up.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By bethecondon on November 10, 2006
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Frost is a blue collar English policeman working in an industrial city (Denton).

He is brave,hates paperwork,offers a touch of comedy centered around food.

This item contains 3 episodes-which may be the last ones,but one (Endangered Species?).

The first two episodes were enjoyable,but lacked a certain suspense.The last (Near

Death Experience)was up to the best in the Frost series.As usual,the acting,

photography and music were excellent. Sound is sometimes a little "dicy" which may

be due to a combination of British production values and their accent. I gave this

4 stars instead of the usual 5,for 3 reasons: fewer espisodes (3 not 4),less

suspense (1st 2 episodes),and most importantly-no "extras"-in particular a

series wrapup commentary from David Jason,directors,etc. (Perhaps such might

appear when Endangered Species does.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By GEORGE RANNIE on November 27, 2006
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As I have stated before on this board, I've been viewing the "A touch of Frost" murder/mysteries for many years. This series never disappoints in its production values, stories, intrigues and, most of all in its acting. Seasons 11 and 12 are no exception--they are superb--great stories, great production and great acting!

David Jason, as Jack Frost is as usual simply fantastic. Character George Toolan, as Frost's sidekick is injured and sidelined in the one disc episode of Season 12. Jack while still solving a murder mystery involving the religiously devout shows a softer side with his intense concern for George. It's a really intense episode and so well done. I loved it. In fact all of season 11 and 12 is great!

Indeed there are only three episodes on this 2 disc set; however, I did NOT feel cheated. The quality far outweighs the quantity!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. Timmons on June 9, 2007
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Inspector Frost is always intertaining. I have all 12 seasons of these mysteries and this is my favorite. The inspector is always in trouble with the top brass but he always comes out on top with his great detective work even if he hates the paper work that goes along with the job. I highly recommend this dvd to any one who loves a good mystery.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul Dsouza on November 10, 2007
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DCI Frost is the most lovable character you can possibly have. Careless about his personal life, disorganized in his methods, disobedient to authority. But there's another side to this man. That side shows up when his friend George is injured in this episode. His meticulous attention to detail where a case is involved has many around him wondering how he does it so effortlessly. When I had first started watching this series, I found myself occasionally nodding off due to the slow pace of everything... the title music, the scenes, the dialogue... everything is unhurried and relaxed. It is only after I had watched 2-3 episodes that I began appreciating this series- it grows on you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By nora Rozengurt on March 12, 2013
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1) Why: Frost has little violence, and lots of wit. Subtle humor and along the series it builds up characters with their virtues and their failures. It has always a humane side to the stories, poor people, sad people, ambitious people, deeply unhappy people. Kindness and noble lives where you least expect them. And evil lives where only goodness and success is overtly displayed. All this kaleidoscope of human existences, trying to survive in a world that they often don't understand. Even the bad characters are shown in their human light.
2).Compare with others: I enjoy English police whodunit's, all of them. Poirot, Marple, Morse, Lewis, Maigret, Foyle. Most of them share the features I described above. I've known this series since it was first broadcast in England, where I used to live.
3) Attributes: described in my first paragraph.
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For the past 2-3 years, the BBC detective shows (Midsomer, Frost, Paskoe and Dalziel, Miss Marple, MI5, Waking the Dead, The Last Detective, etc.) have been my video soundtrack while riding my stationary bike. I grind through them pretty quickly. They have to be reasonably absorbing and there are a few things that drive me nuts. With long-running series, I'm always alert for signs that the production team has run out of ideas or that "the talent" is losing interest or interfering with production. A lot of these are standard critiques of shows that have "jumped the shark," but the things I'm always looking for are: increasingly implausible plots, replacement of departed supporting characters with less interesting characters, and, a particular warning sign, plots that "broaden" the back-story of one or more of the characters. Often these are the result of the actor's agent lobbying the producer for a chance for his client to "show his real talent." Usually these characters just aren't interesting enough to sustain the "drama."

Frost is one of the few long-running series that has avoided these problems. Frost has stayed the same -- brilliant, intuitive detective, bit of a maverick, disastrous personal life. The plots are always good, just enough mystery to keep you guessing without the implausible "explain everything" last scenes.

Frost's relationship with Chief Constable Mullet was a real challenge that every detective series with a maverick detective (going back to Rockford Files) has to deal with: how can this guy who has solved dozens of spectacular crimes remain on the "voice of authority's" s**** list?
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I can't wait to see how they brought Frost "back".
I agree-he ought to have a love interest-a real developing relationship. And when does season 13 come out?
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