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DCI Banks. season one [videorecording] /
BBC, a Left Bank Pictures production for ITV ; directed by Paul Whittington, Bill Anderson, Marek Losey.
imprint
Burbank, Calif. : Warner Home Video, ©2013.
description
2 DVD's (ca. 270 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN
1622241940, 9781622241941
format(s)
DVD
Holdings
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imprint
Burbank, Calif. : Warner Home Video, ©2013.
isbn
1622241940
9781622241941
standard identifier
883929264872
publisher #
1000329529
contents note
Disc 1: Playing with Fire ; Friend of the Devil -- Disc 2: Cold is the Grave.
credits note
Executive producers: Andy Harries, Francis Hopkinson; Producer: Stephen Smallwood; Writers: Robert Murphy, Luarence Davey; Directors: Paul Whittington, Bill Anderson, Marek Losey.
general note
"Also includes pilot episodes DCI BANKS: AFTERMATH"--Container.
Based on the 'DCI Banks' books by Peter Robinson.
performer
Stephen Tompkinson, Andrea Lowe, Lorraine Burroughs, Jack Deam, Colin Tierney.
abstract
Playing With Fire (Episodes 1 and 2): The discovery of two bodies in a suspected arson lead Banks and Cabbot to uncover an art forgery scheme. When another victim is found, Banks is determined to find the man behind the forgery ring before he can strike closer to home. Friend of the Devil (Episodes 3 and 4): This one has a lot of murder. A corpse in a storage room is investigated by Banks as Cabbot takes on a mutilated body on the Moors. When the identity of the brutalized girl is revealed, Cabbot seeks to connect this death with that of someone on the force. Meanwhile, Banks has difficulty determining how his crime was enacted. Cold is the Grave (Episodes 5 and 6): A robbery suspect is murdered, and the team must uncover a complicated series of events. Was the robbery staged? And when bodies keep popping up, it leads Banks to suspect that someone very close to him might be involved in these criminal dealings.
language note
English ; English (SDH).
catalogue key
9391380
date/place of event
Originally broadcast on television in 2011.
target audience
Rating: Suitable only for persons of 15 years and over.

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