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No I didn't left him off to get the conversation going ???.

The Must watch on a Saturday night in the 80's.

That and Shoestring . Trevor Eve was brilliant. 

Didn't rate Bergarac that much . Yet I liked John Nettles in Midsomer Murders. 

Better now that Neil Duggon has taken over .

 

Love the Darker Detective shows like Ripper Street , Messiah  and Whitechaple .

 

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Just now, Scary Hair said:

@Viper0210 

No I didn't left him off to get the conversation going 1f60a.png1f606.png1f44d.png.

The Must watch on a Saturday night in the 80's.

That and Shoestring . Trevor Eve was brilliant. 

Didn't rate Bergarac that much . Yet I liked John Nettles in Midsomer Murders. 

Better now that Neil Duggon has taken over .

 

Love the Darker Detective shows like Ripper Street , Messiah  and Whitechaple .

 

I haven't caught any of those lately.

Sherlock holmes was good in the 80s and now. Poirot  preferred him to miss Marple. I really liked quincy

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Quincy ME was my favourite , if I find re runs now I am happy to rewatch ?.

Jeremy Brett's Sherlock Holmes was by far the best ever :wham: .

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Ripper Street had only 5 series the last one is coming on BBC 2 Soon its avalable on Amazon . Can not praise it enough .

Both Whitechaple and Messiah where 4 series a Se7n ish vibe to them ?. Think thats why I liked those as much as I did .  

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12 hours ago, Scary Hair said:

Quincy ME was my favourite , if I find re runs now I am happy to rewatch 1f60a.png.

Jeremy Brett's Sherlock Holmes was by far the best eve:wham: .

@Viper0210

Ripper Street had only 5 series the last one is coming on BBC 2 Soon its avalable on Amazon . Can not praise it enough .

Both Whitechaple and Messiah where 4 series a Se7n ish vibe to them 1f44d.png. Think thats why I liked those as much as I did .  

Agree. He had the Old World Charm. Used to love watch his shows with missus.

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32 minutes ago, psychoscot said:

Rewatched all of VIce recently and although some of the clothing has dated, the show itself hasn't. It still stands up today on stories, style and definitely the violence.

Caught it on itv2 a while ago. Stories were good in the episods I watched still enjoyed it. As a child of the eighties don't mind the clothing although fashion seems to go in roundabouts.

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1 hour ago, Viper0210 said:

Caught it on itv2 a while ago. Stories were good in the episods I watched still enjoyed it. As a child of the eighties don't mind the clothing although fashion seems to go in roundabouts.

haha go on holiday to warm countries expecially the Canary Islands and you'll see lots of guys in the evening still dressed like Crockett and Tubbs

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1 hour ago, psychoscot said:

haha go on holiday to warm countries expecially the Canary Islands and you'll see lots of guys in the evening still dressed like Crockett and Tubbs

At least I know what to wear if I go to the canary islands?. Add some chunky gold chains and bright white loafers. I will fit right in.

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