Endeavour, Series 1HD
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Four new mysteries promise to have a formative effect on the young Endeavour Morse, whose early days as a detective constable with the Oxford City Police see him navigate the college elites and working-class estates, the reactionary establishment and the growing 1960s countercultures. Despite encouragement by mentor DI Fred Thursday, the fledgling detective’s dissident attitude means he has a lot to prove before he’s trusted to run his own murder enquiry. Written by Russell Lewis, Endeavour proudly harnesses the great traditions of Inspector Morse - the devious crimes, intricate plotting and filmic production values - but promises to take this enduring franchise into back to the turbulent, transformative 1960s, and unexplored realms of Oxford life.
|1||HDVideoGirl||Deep in a full-blown murder investigation and led by Detective Inspector Fred Thursday, Endeavour finds himself side-lined, discredited and at a dead end. Facing down the demons of his past, Endeavour begins his own quest in pursuit of justice.||1:28:58||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|2||HDVideoFugue||An unknown menace stalks Oxford, strikingfear into the hearts of its citizens. At first glance, the killer appears to be just another deranged lunatic, striking at random.||1:28:53||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|3||HDVideoRocket||Endeavour himself deeply embroiled in the affairs of the factory and its owners, the darkly dysfunctional Broom family. For an unpopular worker, Percy Malleson, has been found murdered in a secluded area of the shop floor.||1:28:42||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|4||HDVideoHome||Oxford lies in the grip of a bitter winter. Endeavour crams for his upcoming SergeantÕs Exam, but a road traffic accident sets events in motion which will lead to the Moonlight Rooms nightclub and a blood reckoning.||1:32:03||£2.49||View in iTunes|
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Great writing and excellent acting, what more could you want.
Excellent performances all around. Saun Evans as Morse, the fantastic Roger Allam as Thursday and ever brilliant Anton Lesser as Bright. Marvellous cameos shoswing Strange - here as a subordinate and later to become Morse's boss. The shots of Oxford and the attention to detail for 1950s/60s Britain really excellent. Bravo!
Wonderful in every way but should have included the pilot episode!