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George Gently Collection: Series 1-4

George Gently Collection: Series 1-4

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In this acclaimed BBC detective drama, Tony nominee Martin Shaw (Death in Holy Orders) stars as Inspector George Gently, an incorruptible cop transplanted from London to Northumberland in the mid-1960s. Gently and his cocky young protégé, Sergeant John Bacchus (Lee Ingleby, Place of Execution), together investigate menacing crimes and confront the social and political changes rumbling throughout the country. Based on the long-running series of detective novels by Alan Hunter, these 11 feature-length mysteries from Series 1-4 teem with intrigue, wit, and style. BONUS Behind-the-scenes featurette (13 min.); text interviews with Martin Shaw, Lee Ingleby, and writer/executive producer Peter Flannery; notes from producer Johann Knobel; a 6-page insert with historical information about 1964 and 1966; and more.

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    Title: George Gently Collection: Series 1-4
    Genre: British-Mystery, Box Sets
    Starring: Richard Armitage, Phil Davis, Martin Shaw, Lee Ingleby, Simon Hubbard
    Attributes: 6PC
    Release Date: 5/28/2013
    Product Type: Blu-ray
    Catalog #: 2033
    UPC: 054961203390
    Item #: 606583X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 5/28/2013
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 973 minutes
    Studio: Acorn Media