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Murdoch Mysteries 9 Seasons 2011

Season 4
4.8 out of 5 stars (1,501) IMDb 8/10

Season 4 pits Victorian-era Detective William Murdoch against a would-be vampire, a costumed killer, and ruthless mobsters. To solve the murders, Murdoch invents a slew of innovative crime-fighting techniques.

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Yannick Bisson, Helene Joy

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1. All Tattered and Torn

The discovery of dismembered body parts encased in a concrete block poses a seemingly impenetrable mystery, but Murdoch chips away at the case.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: February 15, 2011
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2. Kommando

A dead soldier found hanging from a tree with his head twisted 180 degrees points Murdoch to a secret plot in the Canadian military. The investigation puts the constabulary at odds with the British and Canadian armed forces.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: February 22, 2011
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3. Buffalo Shuffle

Murdoch reunites with his old flame, Dr. Julia Ogden, in Buffalo, NY, to investigate the death of a young patient. Murdoch's feelings for Julia heat up as do suspicions about one of her colleagues.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: March 1, 2011
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4. Downstairs, Upstairs

Wealthy patriarch Percival Jenkins is found facedown in a bowl of porridge. Murdoch untangles the web connecting the servants and family members and finds that each has a motive to kill the master of the manor.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: March 8, 2011
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5. Monsieur Murdoch

The disappearance of a visiting Parisian girl thrusts Murdoch into an odd partnership with French detective Marcel Guillaume. Brackenreid ponders a political career.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: March 15, 2011
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6. Dead End Street

Murdoch suspects that a detailed miniature streetscape of a Toronto neighborhood contains clues to a homicide. But the artist is an "idiot savant," unable to finger the killer.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: March 22, 2011
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7. Confederate Treasure

Murdoch's investigation into the murder of a defense minister raises the hackles of the detective's rival, spy Terrence Meyers. Could the inquiry ignite war with the United States?

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: March 29, 2011
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8. Dial M for Murdoch

A phone operator with a penchant for amateur sleuthing claims she overheard the strangulation death of a young woman. Is the wannabe detective crying wolf, or is a real predator on the loose in Toronto?

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: April 5, 2011
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9. The Black Hand

Murdoch's old friend Anna Fulford gets engaged to a New York businessman, but plans for Niagara nuptials come crashing down when Anna's fiancé turns up dead. Murdoch suspects the Black Hand, a ruthless pre-Mafia group.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: April 12, 2011
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10. Voices

A priest's corpse turns up in a convent overseen by someone closely connected to Murdoch. The detective learns that the victim isn't who he appears to be, and a cloistered nun has divine revelations providing clues to the murder.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: April 19, 2011
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11. Bloodlust

Toronto or Transylvania? A dead body's dramatic blood loss shines light on a vampire craze among schoolgirls inspired by Bram Stoker's Dracula. Murdoch tracks a fanged suspect, despite the lurid stories in the press and Inspector Brackenreid's disbelief.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: April 26, 2011
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12. Kissing Bandit

A dashing masked robber steals from banks and gives to the poor a la Robin Hood, but Toronto is no Sherwood Forest. Undaunted by the sensational reporting of Paddy Glynn or the detective's longing for Dr. Ogden, Murdoch doggedly probes the crimes.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: May 3, 2011
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13. Murdoch in Wonderland

Murdoch steps through the looking glass when he awakens to find he's a suspect in a murder committed during the Alice in Wonderland party. As Dr. Ogden's wedding nears, she faces her own struggle upon learning of Murdoch's feelings for her.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: May 10, 2011
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Mystery
Director Don McCutcheon
Starring Yannick Bisson, Helene Joy
Supporting actors Thomas Craig, Jonny Harris, Lachlan Murdoch, Brian Kaulback, Paul Rhys, Victor Garber, Daniel Kash, Emma Campbell, Sarah Dodd, Robert King, Michelle Giroux
Season year 2011
Network Acorn Media
Producers Paul Aitken, Philip Bedard, Scott Garvie, Laura Harbin, Noel Hedges, Christina Jennings, Shane Kinnear, Larry Lalonde, Jan Peter Meyboom, Stephen Montgomery
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By Harold Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWER on April 6, 2012
Format: DVD
UPDATE: This set is also becoming available in the Murdoch Mysteries Collection: Seasons 1-4 [Blu-ray] & regular DVD set making it a great buy if you need all 4 seasons. And season 5 is now available for ordering. Season 6 is airing, and will be DVD-available later.

Award gathering Toronto detective from late 1890's who manages to use inventive forensic modes now common in today's crime solving venue. Historic aspects of the show are as good as period sets and costuming. Historical personalities occasionally cross paths with Murdoch (Yannick Bisson). Novel adaptations of Maureen Jennings' writing, this has become a show demanded for continuation. Always intriguing, always satisfying to the eyes and mind. An intellectual and entertaining hot fudge sundae, if they had those in 1897. Sprinkled overtop is bits of Victorian romance too.
Crabtree (Jonny Harris) returns as does Brackenreid (Thomas Craig), beautiful romantic Dr. Ogden (Helene Joy), & Higgins (Lachlan Murdoch).

SDH SUBTITLES on 13 new episodes, about 10 hrs plus bonus.
____1: All Tattered and Torn
Dismembered body in concrete, like nuts in a brownie, is an ugly case to solve. Replacement pathologist Dr. Francis, Brackenreid's choice, is no Dr. Ogden. Clues lead to accomplices. Photo shopped? Victor Garber guest star.
____2: Kommando
Toronto Canada soldier death, a hanging, head torqued, and a secret emerges. The constabulary fights both the Brit & Canadian army, but cools differences of Murdoch and Dr. Francis.
____3: Buffalo Shuffle --directed by Yannick Bisson
Murdoch has a rendezvous with sweetheart Julia, in Buffalo. A child death to address.
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The Murdoch Mysteries take today's crime scene investigation shows and push them back to the 1890s. But if you think the investigative methods used then were all very primitive, think again. Detective William Murdoch and his cohorts on the Toronto Constabulary (police force) employ "finger marks" (fingerprinting), dye on paper money to catch a bank robber, phone tapping, autopsies and other techniques to catch killers. Murdoch isn't afraid to push the envelope, even building contraptions to aid in his detecting work. Working alongside him is coroner Dr. Julia Ogden, Murdoch's former lover who now is seemingly out of reach. You'll see plenty of yearning looks from Murdoch when he works with Dr. Ogden, and one great fantasy scene when he actually does something about it.

Murdoch is a thoroughly decent fellow who crosses himself when he sees a body and always does his best to be polite. This is my first viewing of this series -- I haven't seen the first three seasons -- so at first I found him a bit too wooden, even for Victorian times. Gradually, though, I began to see the storm of emotion under that stalwart (and very handsome) exterior, and I was hooked.

The 13 episodes in this set run the gamut, from attacks by what appears to be a vampire to a visit with an autistic woman -- they called them "idiot savants" in those days -- whose construction of an exact scale replica of her street uncovers a murder that she didn't have the verbal skills to tell anyone about. There's a primitive gun silencer in one episode and a sort of witness protection plan in another.

There's a great cliffhanger at the end of the season that leaves several loose ends waving in the breeze. It's all great fun, and I look forward to seeing Season 5 when it comes out on DVD.
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Haven't purchased season 4, it is too expensive and I wonder why.
I have purchased through Amazon all the seasons of Midsummer Murders, Inspector Lewis, Poirot--and many more, at very affortable cost, recently I purchased the NCIS series 1 through 8, at the pricing under $200.00, which I thought was a great deal.
Therefore, I do not understand why the pricing for Murdoch Mysteries Season 4 is so expensive and beyond reach for many.
Not sure if my "venting" will be read--but I just wanted to share that I wished I was not 'Hooked" on the Murdoch Mysteries series--since I cannot continue to view the upcoming seasons due to the cost.
Thank you
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I love this show. Watching and listening to turn of the century speech is a treat. Everything else is an added bonus, including the devices that Murdoch is always conjuring up. And, Crabtree is a favorite. His futuristic quips are always a pleasure, as well as his imagination. Great show. I can hardly wait for the next season.
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It is too bad that American television can no longer reach the heights of this series. I picked up on it on Netflix and got season 4 here at Amazon. Who is going to get season 5 first?? This is a great series and I wonder why I never saw it on any of the American Cable companies or channels. The acting is tremendous, the writing crisp, the stories varied and holding very close with what we know of the times. Congratulations to those who are responsible for this type of television. Thank you! Thank You! Thank You!!!!!
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Love Murdoch and imagine my surprise and disappointment when I log in today to finish watching an episode I started yesterday and find out that Murdoch is no longer Amazon Prime. These series are so good, I am hooked!
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