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Inspector Morse (1987 - 2000)

Inspector Morse (1987 - 2000)

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The cases of author Colin Dexter's prickly, eccentric Oxford sleuth, whose passions include ale, crosswords and, of course, a good mystery. Indeed, these first-rate whodunits established `Morse' as PBS's longest running detective series. Sadly, the inspector's style of `inspirational methodology' came to an end in 2002 with the death of star John Thaw.

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Seasons

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1995, ITV, 5 episodes

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1993, ITV, 3 episodes

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1992, ITV, 5 episodes

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1991, ITV, 5 episodes

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1990, ITV, 4 episodes

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1989, ITV, 4 episodes

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1987, ITV, 4 episodes

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1987, ITV, 3 episodes

Cast

John Thaw
as Chief Inspector Morse
Kevin Whately
as Det. Sgt. Lewis
James Grout
as Chief Superintendent Strange
Judy Loe
as Adele
Phil Nice
as Nicholas Quinn
Bernard Brown
as Wheatley
Andrew Bradford
as Trevor Radford
Clare Holman
as Dr. Hobson
David Haig
as Rhodes
Michael Kitchen
as Russell Clarke
Suzanne Bertish
as Cheryl Baines
Colin Dexter
as Man Passing Morse when Visiting Murdock
Maurice Denham
as Mandeville
Robert Stephens
as Sir Wilfred Mulryne
David Ryall
as Derek Whittaker
Keith Allen
as John Peter Barrie
Trevor Martin
as Alan Sowden
Derek Fowlds
as Kurt Friedman
Tessa Wojtczak
as Angie Howe
Iain Cuthbertson
as Desmond McNutt
Brian Cox
as Steppings
Peter McEnery
as Phillipson
Paul Mooney
as Pathologist
Adie Allen
as Barbara
Anna Massey
as Lady Emily
Harriet Walter
as Dr. Esther Martin
Maurice O'Connell
as Harry Josephs
Patrick Malahide
as Jeremy Boynton
Gwen Taylor
as Margaret
Patrick O'Connell
as Jack Vaizey
Neil Dudgeon
as Michaels
Simon Slater
as Norman Weeks
James Laurenson
as Tony Richards
Richard Pasco
as Bryce-Morgan
Robert Lang
as Chief Superintendent Dewar
Richard Huw
as Detective Constable Dearden
Kenneth Cranham
as Cedric Downes
Pat Heywood
as Mrs. Mitchell
Andrew Ray
as Rydale
Celestine Randall
as Sandra Machin
Jean Ainslie
as Cleaning Lady
Malcolm Storry
as DCI Johnson
Paul Geoffrey
as Peter Newlove
Roland Oliver
as Conductor
Peter Blythe
as Lawrence
Kim Thomson
as Helen Radford
Philip Voss
as Coroner
John Arthur
as Hall Porter
Robert Arden
as Eddie Poindexter
Aran Bell
as PC Pringle
Isabel Dean
as Isobel Radford
Maggie Shevlin
as Mrs. Daley
Avis Bunnage
as Mrs. Warbut
Christine Norden
as Laura Poindexter
Paul Shelley
as Stephen Radford
Amanda Burton
as Mirella Lunghi
Al Ashton
as Detective
Bill Reimbold
as Howard Brown
Roger Lloyd-Pack
as Donald Martin
Helena Stevens
as Shirley Brown
Lionel Jeffries
as Charles Radford
Richard Durden
as Alan Richards
Julie Neubert
as Mrs Martin
Ian Brimble
as Phil Hopkirk
Patrick Drury
as Frank McTeer
Chris Jenkinson
as Detective
Shirley Dixon
as Margaret Crowther
Peter Attard
as Mack Shaw
Chrissy Iddon
as Brenda Josephs
Alex Jennings
as Victor Preece
Melissa Simmonds
as Valerie Craven
John Malcolm
as Williams
Wayne Norman
as Larry Broomfield
Ian Sears
as John Sanders
Nicholas Pritchard
as John Maguire
David Lonsdale
as Detective
Betty Marsden
as Cynthia Preece
Mildred Shay
as Janet Roscoe
Elspet Gray
as Mrs Bartlett
George Costigan
as Ron Garrett
Nicola Scott
as 1st Press Person
John Bird
as Linacre
Arthur Cox
as Noakes
Carolyn Choa
as Phillipa Lau
Christine Kavanagh
as Lucy Downes
Richard Hodder
as 2nd Press Person
Llewellyn Rees
as Reverend Robson
Blue MacAskill
as Alex Robson
Cherith Mellor
as Fiona Hall
Sydnee Blake
as Mrs. McGovern
Richard Griffiths
as Canon Humphrey Appleton
Ken Nazarin
as Whyting Lau
Bev Willis
as Denman
Gabrielle Blunt
as Mrs Evans
Jenny Jay
as Sylvia Kane
Jacqueline Leonard
as Miss Sarah Spillers
Richard Cubison
as Pharmacist
Ellis Van Maarseveen
as Heidi Vettinger
Bill Moody
as Police Sergeant
Philippa Howell
as Ward Sister
Venetia Barrett
as Mrs. Webb
Michelle Wesson
as Mandy Hopkirk
Saul Jephcott
as Waterman
Souad Faress
as Hospital Doctor
Murray Ewan
as Security Officer
Ian McCurrach
as Swedish Student
Lisa Harrow
as Thelma Radford
Jenny Howe
as Angry Neighbour
David Griffith
as Timothy Perry
Denyse Alexander
as Cinema Manageress
Catherine Terris
as Hopkirk's Housekeeper
Stefan Schwartz
as Richard Bartlett
Jack Ellis
as Sergeant
Cheryl Maiker
as Paula Steadman
Piers Ibbotson
as Ambulance Man
Katrina Levon
as WPC Nora Curtis
Gilly Coman
as Holly Trevors
James Greene
as Defence Counsel
Saul Reichlin
as Sheik of Al-Jamara
Jo Unwin
as Receptionist
Steph Bramwell
as Senior Sister
Michael Mears
as Wine Merchant
Michael Culver
as Maugham Willowbank
Gary Robert
as Prosecuting Counsel
Diana Blackburn
as Lip-reading Teacher
Malcolm Mudie
as Mr Parker
Ian Bleasdale
as Time and Motion Expert
Tip Tipping
as P.C. Dene
Gavin Richards
as Steven Trevors
Ric Morgan
as Landlord
Roger Booth
as Bartender
Paul Ridley
as Husband
Rob Dixon
as TV Press Man
Kate Percival
as Lab Assistant
Pamela Jikiemi
as Press Person
Charles Hodgson
as Jack Hornsby
Amanda Dickinson
as Check-out Girl
Martyn Read
as Sgt. Brenner
Andrew Read
as Peter Morris
Pat Gorman
as Security Guard
P.J. Davidson
as Game Keeper
Irene Sutcliffe
as Mrs Hornsby
Nick Hobbs
as Night Hawk 2
Steve Shill
as Deaf Salesman
Clare Bennett
as Becky Phillipson
Tina Simmons
as University Dinner Guest
Norma Shebbeare
as Hotel Proprietor
Charlotte Stone
as Charlotte
Steven Law
as Assistant in Snooker Shop
Bill McCabe
as Poacher
James Duggan
as Prison Warden
Gina McKee
as Girl in Betting Shop
Naomi Capron
as Identikit Officer
Lee Richards
as Barmaid
Sarah Booth
as Jane Post
Mike Murray
as Mr. Fox
Kevin Stoney
as Heironymous St John
Antony Carrick
as George Granger
Martin Gower
as Fingerprint Officer
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Series Details

TV Network: ITV
Genre: Mystery & Suspense
Executive Producers: Ted Childs, John Thaw, Barry Lynch
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