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|Contributor||Christopher Eccleston, Tim Healy, Geraldine Somerville, Andrew Tiernan, Christopher Fulford, Kieran O'Brien, Robbie Coltrane, Andy Wilson, Jim Carter, Samantha Morton, Robert Carlyle, Tim Fywell See more|
|Number of discs||11|
�Fitz� Fitzgerald is an insulting, nosy, loathsome individual who is a drunken excuse for a husband, a lousy father and a gambling washout, but he has one saving grace--he is a brilliant psychologist with an uncanny ability to see evil in people, make them confess and walk away unscathed. He understands the criminal mind probably because his mind isn�t that far removed from the criminals he deals with.
The Mad Woman In The Attic
To Say I Love You
One Day A Lemming Will Fly
To Be A Somebody
The Big Crunch
Men Should Weep
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English
- Product dimensions : 3.2 x 19 x 13.5 cm; 318 Grams
- Item Model Number : 5037115294630
- Director : Andy Wilson, Tim Fywell
- Media Format : Import, PAL
- Run time : 22 hours and 30 minutes
- Release date : 1 September 2008
- Actors : Robbie Coltrane, Christopher Eccleston, Jim Carter, Robert Carlyle, Andrew Tiernan
- Subtitles: : English
- Language : English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
- Studio : ITV Studios
- ASIN : B001CWLFI6
- Number of discs : 11
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I remember watching this show as a youngster. Although the show is dated (think no mobile phones until later episodes) it's still very watchable. This collection includes all the episodes plus the 2 specials.
Robbie is great as the main character. The supporting actors and guests are also wonderful. I would highly recommend this to anyone that likes classic English crime drama.
Top reviews from other countries
The writing is absolutely spot on touching many of the raw nerves of the UK at the time, meaning that whilst its 20 years old it's still absolutely as sharp as a tack.
You know the story well by now but this first aired in 1993 and the path was less well trodden then. And it shows...the acting is excellent throughout, the plots are varied enough to keep your interest while also deftly carrying the long term story arcs.
Well worth the money.