英文名稱: Midsomer Murders Season 9
演員: John Nettles .... DCI Tom Barnaby / ... (58 episodes, 1997-2007)
Jane Wymark .... Joyce Barnaby (58 episodes, 1997-2007) Barry Jackson .... Dr. George Bullard / ... (52 episodes, 1997-2007)
Laura Howard .... Cully Barnaby (39 episodes, 1997-2007)
A veteran DCI and his young Sergeant investigate murders around the regional community of Midsomer.
This English crime drama series, based on books by Caroline Graham, is filmed mostly in the villages and towns of the rural counties of Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. John Nettles plays Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby of the Causton C.I.D., a laconic, down-to-earth detective who faces many ingenious and remarkable murders (usually several in...
When the body of a young man is found in a World War Two Humber full of exhaust fumes it looks like suicide. But Simon Bright was not alone - and he was hit on the head before he died. Where is his girlfriend, newcomer Laura Sharp? And what is her hold on the people of Morton Fendle, a village still overshadowed by the gloomy specter of the Second World War?
44 :09x01 - The House In The Woods (Oct/09/2005)
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Guest Stars: Adam Farr as Police constable, Lilly-May Anson as Tracey, Abigail Williamson as Kylie, Jack McIntosh as Brian, Charlie Lucas as Danny Merrick, Richard Trinder as Peter Cave, Greg Sheffield as Peter Merrick, Katy Brittain as Miss Owen, Ben Mayjes as Alan Harcourt, Gawn Grainger as Lesley Flux, Pauline Whitaker as Hotel Receptionist, Anita Carey as Barbara Flux, George Baker as Charlie Magwood / Jack Magwood, Caroline Faber as Caroline Cave, Michael Elwyn as Giles Cato, Andree Evans as Grace Woodhall, Alex Matton as Jason, Jason Garfield as Sean, Francis Lee (1) as Roman, Ruth Gemmell as Ann Merrick, David Westhead as Gerry Moore, Rebecca Egan as Harriet Davies
Director: Peter Smith (1)
45 :09x03 - Dead Letters (Feb/26/2006)
Barnaby and Jones investigate when the body of a mother is pulled from the river during the local Oak Apple carnival. Closer inspection suggests the drowning was deliberate - and as the detectives find out more about the villagers, they learn the killing could be linked to the death of the victim's daughter eight years previously.
Guest Stars: Elizabeth Spriggs as Ursula Gooding, Richard Cant (1) as Alistair Gooding, Sarah Pritchard as Bella, Josef Lindsay as Robin Hood, Alice Knight as Queen of Hearts, Clemmie Hooton as Phoebe, Cally Hamilton as Sadie Castle, Claire Askam as Marion Slade, Jane Wymark as Joyce Barnaby, Barry Jackson as Dr Bullard, Tom Bennett as Rob Pride, David Bamber as John Starkey, Louise Breckon-Richards as Helen Castle, Paul Ireland as Mark Castle, Sophie Thompson as April Gooding, Caroline Goodall as Grace Starkey, Simon Callow as Dr Wellow, Tracy Brabin as Ruth Chalk, Tom Georgeson as Ron Chalk, Jenny Jackson (1) as Vicki
Director: Renny Rye
Writer: Peter J. Hammond (1)
46 :09x04 - Vixen's Run (Mar/05/2006)
Barnaby and Jones probe the death of a local aristocrat who seemingly died of a coronary while on the verge of making an important announcement. After the peer's will disappears and his lawyer is killed in an arson attack, it becomes clear sinister forces are at work. However, the prime suspects are the victim's family - who all appear to have cast-iron alibis for the killing.
Guest Stars: Joanna Riding as Sandra Butler, Sheila Ruskin as Lady Lucinda Butler, Leslie Schofield as Amos Brown, David Shaw Parker (3) as Bert Deling, Richard Clothier as Simon Oliver, Naomi Hill as Young Woman, Andrew Keelan as Young Man, Matthew Tennyson as Michael Butler, Ian Knight as Bagpiper (uncredited), Siân Phillips as Lady Annabel Butler, Neville Phillips as Vicar, Annabel Mullion as Lady Tara Butler, Joss Ackland as Sir Freddy Butler, Ian Barritt as Finch, David Beames (1) as Richard Butler, John Franklyn-Robbins as Teddy Butler, Rebecca Johnson (1) as Jenny Down, Charles Kay as Henry York, Victoria Lennox as Doris Maple, Carol MacReady as Hatty Down
Director: Peter Smith (1)
47 :09x05 - Down Among the Dead Men (Mar/12/2006)
While investigating the shooting of a council clerk, Barnaby and Jones discover he was an expert blackmailer. A phone number on the dead man's blotter sends the duo to the seaside in search of his latest targets - whose boat trip could conceal a motive for the killing. Meanwhile, Joyce is convinced a local farmer knows more than he is telling.
Guest Stars: Grant Masters as Martin Barrett, Duncan Clyde as Policeman, Rebecca Lamb as Staff nurse, Polly Hemingway as Carol Hatchard, Dermot Crowley as Peter Hatchard, Rob Edwards (3) as Richard Florian, Charlotte Emmerson as Hayley Redfurn, Derek Hutchinson as Reg, Paul Freeman (1) as Sir John Waverley, Julia McKenzie (1) as Ruby Wilmott, Arthur Kohn as Billy, Frank Mills as Ted, Sam Kelly as Jack Fothergill, Christine Kavanagh (1) as Margaret Florian
48 :09x06 - Death in Chorus (Sep/03/2006)
The Midsomer Worthy Choir are in shock after a baritone dies on the eve of a prestigious competition. Barnaby catches a figure sidling away from the church, who claims he was birdwatching at the time of the killing - but when he is fatally shot, the inspector and sidekick Jones need to find the connection between him and the murdered singer.
Guest Stars: Sara Stewart as Carolyn Armitage, Annabelle Apsion as Ellen Barker, Peter Capaldi as Laurence Barker, Patrick Drury as Connor Simpson, Ronan Vibert as Giles Armitage, Scott Handy as Stephen Latimer, John Shrapnel as Leo Clarke, Michael Fitzgerald (1) as Francis Crawford, John Cording as Sam Judd, Alwyne Taylor as Kath Bullard
49 :09x07 - Country Matters (Sep/10/2006)
The residents of Elverton-cum-Latterly gather to hold a protest meeting about proposals for a supermarket in the centre of the village, but proceedings come to a halt when the battered body of a site adviser is found. Barnaby and Jones discover the victim had a penchant for acting out role-play scenarios with locals - but that isn't the only secret the villagers are hiding.
Guest Stars: Dorian Healy as Danny Piggott, Jack Crutch as Otis Piggott, Jackie Morrison (2) as Miranda Harvey, Dominic Rickhards as Dudley Painter, Maggie Ollerenshaw as Mrs Hopkirk, Miles Richardson as Sir Charles, Stuart Milligan as Mr Hundsecker, Tim Hardy as Frank Hopkirk, Elli Garnett (1) as Tracy Talbot, Antony Byrne as Gary Talbot, Frank Mills as Ezra, Juliet Aubrey as Ginny Lamington, Johnny Phillips as Orlando Lamington, Madeleine Potter as Celia Patchett, John McAndrew as Jeremy Patchett, Clare Holman as Rose Southerly, Sophie Stuckey as Dora Southerly, Kirsty Bushell as Rev Suze
50 :09x08 - Last Year's Model (Sep/17/2006)
A Midsomer Malham resident is on trial accused of battering her best friend to death, but Barnaby can't help feeling the evidence against her doesn't add up. The detective enlists the help of pensioner Mrs Beverley, who also happens to be one of the key witnesses, to find out what really happened on the night of the murder - until he realises the old lady could be at risk from his chief suspect.
Guest Stars: Siobhan Redmond as Pru Plunkett, Charles Millham as Clerk, Giles Havergal as Judge, Stephanie Jacob as Solicitor, Jon Rake as Warden, Alex Belcourt as Female sergeant, Thelma Barlow as Mrs Beverley, Saskia Wickham as Annie Woodrow, Josette Simon as Samantha Flint, Barbara Young as Gwen Trevelyan, Guy Henry as Marcus Bramwell, Miles Anderson as Lance Woodrow, Helen Dallimore as Felicity, Brian Protheroe as John Trevelyan, Emily Gloyens as Ed Trevelyan, Rosa Hoskins as Sophie Trevelyan, David Birrell as Mark Thomas, Jamie Glover as Jamie Cramner, Caroline Trowbridge as Tanya Cramner
Director: Richard Holthouse
Writer: David Hoskins (1)
51 :09x09 - Four Funerals and a Wedding (Sep/24/2006)
The final episode of the series sees Barnaby and Jones investigating the deaths of a female pensioner and a suspect vicar, who were both killed during Broughton village's annual contest between men and women. The pair soon discover the preacher had a secret that could provide a motive - but when another body is found, they realise the answer to all the deaths lies in history.
Guest Stars: Richard McCabe as Rev Anthony Gant, Lucy-Anne Holmes as Polly, Struan Rodger as Dr O'Dowd, Joseph Kennedy as Roland Marwood, Daphne Oxenford as Muriel, Shaughan Seymour as Archdeacon Able, Sian Thomas as Peggy Aynscombe, Lloyd McGuire as Bob, Andrew Hawkins as Alan, Jessica Brooks (1) as Fiona Aynscombe, Ann Morrish as Mildred Danvers, Sandra Voe as Lorna Hastings, Dominic Jephcott (1) as Henry Marwood, Hattie Ladbury as Cathy Hewlett