Mystery! (1980 - 2007)


Mystery!

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Whodunits, courtroom dramas and suspense tales make up this often brilliant anthology. It features adaptations of tales by myriad classic mystery writers, from Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie to Dick Francis and John Mortimer, with such notable figures as Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple, Adam Dalgliesh, Inspector Morse and Rumpole of the Bailey. Among its best episodes are several `Prime Suspect' cases (with Helen Mirren), which have also aired on `Masterpiece Theatre.'

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2007, PBS, 14 episodes

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2006, PBS, 17 episodes

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2005, PBS, 20 episodes

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2004, PBS, 10 episodes

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2003, PBS, 12 episodes

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2002, PBS, 9 episodes

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2000, PBS, 20 episodes

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1999, PBS, 23 episodes

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1998, PBS, 24 episodes

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1997, PBS, 22 episodes

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1996, PBS, 18 episodes

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1995, PBS, 22 episodes

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1994, PBS, 29 episodes

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1993, PBS, 32 episodes

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1992, PBS, 30 episodes

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1991, PBS, 31 episodes

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1990, PBS, 34 episodes

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1989, PBS, 36 episodes

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1988, PBS, 32 episodes

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1987, PBS, 34 episodes

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1986, PBS, 28 episodes

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1985, PBS, 32 episodes

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1984, PBS, 33 episodes

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1984, PBS, 19 episodes

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1982, PBS, 31 episodes

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1981, PBS, 20 episodes

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1980, PBS, 15 episodes

Cast

John Thaw
as Morse
Nathaniel Parker
as Jamie Jasper
Ian Holm
as Samson
Michael Gambon
as Chief Inspector Maigret
Geraldine McEwan
as Miss Jane Marple
Helen Mirren
as Alma Rattenbury
Roy Marsden
as Dalgliesh
Harriet Walter
as Harriet Vane
Sharon Small
as Sgt. Barbara Havers
Joan Hickson
as Miss Marple
Patrick Malahide
as Police Sergeant
Ian Richardson
as Dr. Joseph Bell
Robson Green
as DI Dave Creegan
Trevor Eve
as Tyburn
Hywel Bennett
as Dr. Bickleigh
Clive Owen
as DCI Ross Tanner
Hanns Zischler
as Bellenberg
Barbara Flynn
as Monica Height
Barry Foster
as Dr. Howarth
James Grout
as Inspector
Paul McGann
as BenTurner
Diana Rigg
as Adelia Bradley
Paul Rhys
as Sandor
Nicola Walker
as DI Susan Taylor
Honeysuckle Weeks
as Young Faith
Robert Lindsay
as Insp. Michael Jericho
William Simons
as Insp. Fox
Charles Edwards
as Dr. Arthur Conan Doyle
Gottfried John
as Erich Stinnes
Angela Browne
as Beatrice
James Bolam
as Mark Omney
Michael Aldridge
as Sir Bernard
Anthony Howell
as Paul Milner
Neil Dudgeon
as Michaels
Sarah Winman
as Fenella
John Vine
as Massingham
Shaun Dingwall
as DC Mark Rivers
Helen Baxendale
as Cordelia Gray
David Horovitch
as Inspector Slack
Martin Shaw
as Cmdr. Adam Dalgliesh
Andrew Bicknell
as Nigel Guest
Harry Andrews
as Rattenbury
Rowena Cooper
as Irma Kleber
Art Malik
as Julius Court
Derek Fowlds
as Friedman
Jamie Newall
as Jonathan
Geoffrey Palmer
as Dr. Lorimer
Annette Crosbie
as Mrs. Miller
Lesley Vickerage
as DS Chancellor
Maurice Denham
as Parker Pyne
David Haig
as Guffy Randall
Peter Vaughan
as David Kimber-Hutchinson
David Troughton
as Michael Bennett
Amanda Burton
as Rachel Monroe
Christopher Muncke
as Josh Darrell
Sean Pertwee
as Hugh Beringar
Sam Cox
as Mitchell
Amanda Hillwood
as Dr. Russell
Frederick Treves
as Dr. James Kennedy
Colin Jeavons
as Rev. Lamb
Francis Matthews
as Alec Loding
Laurence Fox
as Simon Walker
Kim Thomson
as Sally Jupp
Julian Firth
as Brother Jerome
David Hemmings
as Jekyll/Hyde
Ciaran McMenamin
as Cedric Crackenthorpe
Claire Skinner
as DI Catherine Tully
Gareth Thomas
as Owen Bosworth
Brian Greene
as Judge Lobbett
Rosalie Williams
as Mrs. Hudson
Kenneth More
as Father Brown
Michael Feast
as Cmdr. Enright
Benjamin Smith
as Sam Tanner
Beatie Edney
as Maud Ruthyn
William Ash
as Johnny Swan
Timothy Dalton
as Clive Trevelyan
Naomi Watts
as Alice Maybell
Norma West
as Mrs. Brympton
Rosalie Crutchley
as Mrs. Lexington
Paul Eddington
as Rev. Clement
Anthony Andrews
as Tommy Beresford
Joss Ackland
as Van der Vuurst
Eoin McCarthy
as Beringer
Prue Clarke
as Annette
Jennie Linden
as Cicely March
Eric Porter
as Professor Moriarty
John Horsley
as Professor Wanstead
Shirley Cain
as Miss Climpson
Jonathan Pryce
as William Wallace
John Bennett
as Lazarus
Shane Rimmer
as Hank Ryder
Tim Meats
as Monty Jones
Jeremy Kemp
as Ampleforth
Derek Francis
as Uncle George
Bill Fraser
as Sir Reynold
Ben Miller
as Dr. Edmund Bickleigh
Sioned Jones
as Generys
Alison Key
as Pauline
Raymond Francis
as Sir Henry
Anne Stallybrass
as Mrs. Honeycott
Patrick Newell
as Blessington
Gillian Barge
as Millicent Hammitt
Richard Heffer
as Dr. Hewson
James Purefoy
as James McCarthy
Zara Turner
as Natalie Turner
Frank Mills
as Scatty Williams
Mark Bazeley
as DI Jack Boyd
Sheila Burrell
as Dr. Baring
Clare Holman
as Dr. Hobson
Julian Wadham
as David Sydeham
Anna Massey
as Mrs. Wallace
Rebecca Egan
as Marilyn Tanner
Rachel Kempson
as Grace Willison
Alan MacNaughtan
as Director-General
Mark Greenstreet
as Brat/Simon
Rhondda Findleton
as Anne Harding
Peter Copley
as Burgoyne
Lydia Leonard
as Marion Greenwood
Tom Chadbon
as Lessingham
Judy Loe
as Adele
Simon Chandler
as Det. Insp. Warner
Anthony Calf
as Simon St. James
Neve McIntosh
as Lucy/Lady Audley
Karis Copp
as Emmy Turner
Stephanie Cole
as Princess Anna
Sophia Myles
as Gwenda Halliday
Brendan Coyle
as Richard Tey
Janie Dee
as Emma Lavenham
Julian Ovenden
as Andrew Foyle
James Larkin
as Lapointe
Paul Hickey
as Lafferty
James Hazeldine
as Tuckerman
Jack Klaff
as Philip Green
Greta Scacchi
as Tuppence Beresford
Josephine Butler
as Kerry Ann Roddam
Ray Brooks
as Kerrison
Richard Kane
as Bottomley
Robert Hickson
as Arthur Hopkins
Valerie Lush
as Lavinia
Ken Russell
as Rev. Caleb Dane Calthrop
Jack Galloway
as Insp. Janvier
Emma Fielding
as Eleanor Bing
Ann Mitchell
as Mme. Moncin
Thomas Wheatley
as Supt. Lawson
Patricia Hodge
as Lady Hanbury
Mary Morris
as Carolline Farady
Alan Howard
as Father Sebastian
Adie Allen
as Barbara
Jeremy Child
as Henry Tiptree
Simon Williams
as Chief Insp. Alleyn
Elspet Gray
as Mrs. Carslake
Robert Stephens
as Sir Wilfred
Roger Allam
as Cornford
Jane Lapotaire
as Mme. de la Rougierre
Emilio Doorgasingh
as Sergant Desai
Andrew Castell
as Sir Giles
Dolly Wells
as Elspeth Scott
Iain Glen
as Charles
John Sessions
as Professor Rutherford
Richard Armitage
as William Chatford
James Laurenson
as Tony Richards
Donald Douglas
as Franklin Clarke
John Fortune
as Dr. Kingston
Jack Ellis
as Dr. Stephen Childs
Ian Hogg
as Dexter Allen
Ellie Haddington
as Mrs. Tarnley
Kathryn Howden
as DCI Parris
Anthony Smee
as Basil Blake
Peter McEnery
as Phillipson
Denise Black
as Miss Evans
Chloe Pennington
as Young Hannah
Frances de la Tour
as Mrs. Maud Dane Calthrop
Barbara Jefford
as Mrs. Shannon
George Irving
as Henderson
Judy Cornwell
as Miss Booth
Michael Thomas
as McKendrick
Jane Lowe
as Alice
Anna Nygh
as Una Drake
Peter O'Toole
as Uncle Silas
Frances Cuka
as Angele Louette
Caroline Langrishe
as Marguerite Clayton
Harold Innocent
as Lord Gospell
Ian Bannen
as Utterson
Thorley Walters
as Sir Francis
John Woodnut
as Merryweather
Helen Cherry
as Miss Temple
Clive Francis
as Urquhart
Ian Sears
as Sanders
Siri Neal
as Sonia
Elizabeth Weaver
as Lady Beatrice
David Henry
as Eustace Beltraine
James Fox
as Col. Arthur Bantry
Megan Dodds
as Madeleine Cranmere
Kate Layden
as Maurika Rome
Trudie Styler
as Josie Turner
Cyril Cusack
as Old Mr. Lorimer
Ewan Hooper
as Dr. Horriston
Carolle Rousseau
as Marguerite Laidlaw
Helen McCrory
as Antonia Ashton
Romney Marsh
as Haviland Martin
David Langton
as Sir James Damery
John Warnaby
as Count Maurice
Tariq Alibai
as Prince Farouk
Pam Ferris
as Elspeth McGillicuddy
John Hannah
as Inspector Tom Campbell
Sarah Berger
as Elizabeth
Alfred Burke
as Reverend Hibben
David Beames
as Eastley
Stephen Tompkinson
as Inspector Slack
Richard Pasco
as Bryce-Morgan
Adrian Rawlins
as Oliver Fraser
Mary Stockley
as Josie Turner
Ron Cook
as Pernelle
Tim Faraday
as DS Harding
Greg Hicks
as Fernand Barilland
Fabia Drake
as Mrs. Jarman
Jim Norton
as Dr. Bresselles
Harriet Owen
as Jessica
Eric Carte
as George
Meg Davies
as Domenica
Julian Curry
as Albert Shlessinger
Michael Maloney
as Neville Dupayne
Nicholas Jones
as AC Graham Cherry
Mary Cunningham
as Miss Calder
Norman Rodway
as Marshall
Jane Booker
as Philippa Foster
Zoe Telford
as Sandra Pearson
Stella Gonet
as Barbara Hicks
Nicholas Farrell
as Donald Fraser
Avis Bunnage
as Mrs. Warbut
Andrew Scarborough
as Martin Simmons
Max Phipps
as McAllister
Neil Daglish
as Michael
Brian Cox
as Steppings
Oliver Jordan
as Young Ethan
Jill Halfpenny
as Annie Jordan
Eileen Atkins
as Mrs. Rutledge
Aidan McArdle
as Hugh Hornbeam
Thelma Barlow
as Emily Barton
Gabrielle Drake
as Lady Asherton
Jemma Redgrave
as Grace Finnegan
Sue Johnston
as Mrs. Bailey
Marion Bailey
as Fran Pierce
Katie Blake
as Heather Grace
John Jarratt
as Humphries
Shaun Parkes
as DC Winston Nkata
Nickolas Grace
as Dr. Hoffner
Andree Bernard
as Magdalene
John Bowe
as Withers
Bruno Dietrich
as Biedermann
Malcolm Sinclair
as Edward Clayton
Charles Dale
as DCI Wheelan
Andrew Ray
as Bradley
David Morrissey
as George Bowman
Pip Torrens
as Major Rich
Phoebe Nicholls
as Judith Bendrix
Cherie Lunghi
as Sarah Gordon
Tim Wylton
as George Faraday
Gwyneth Strong
as DI Richards
T.P. McKenna
as Ambassador
Selina Cadell
as Glynn Weaver
Matthew Goode
as Peter Lynley
Harry Treadaway
as George Erskine
Jessica Hynes
as Aimee Griffith
Keith Barron
as Gordon Gregson
James Murray
as Charles Burnaby
Stuart Wilson
as Adam Bendrix/Jack Kenworthy
Sandor Teri
as Piquemal
Lucy Brown
as Ivy Ridgeway
Britta Smith
as Mrs. Carpenter
Tabitha Wady
as Sara Rome
John Alderton
as Alistair Bing
Jim Carter
as Geoffrey Bailey
Tony Jay
as Count Streplitch
Mona Bruce
as Mrs. McGillicuddy
Roberta Taylor
as Sheila Williams
Tenniel Evans
as Dr. Kerridge
Ursula Howells
as Lady Alleyn
Rachel Fielding
as Mme. Barilland
Janet McTeer
as Anne Protheroe
Joanna Lumley
as Dolly Bantry
Dudley Jones
as Thurston
Maggie Ford
as Mrs. Falshaw
Robert Arden
as Eddie Poindexter
Susan Kyd
as Camilla
James Clyde
as Jean Metayer
John McEnery
as Colonel Curtiss
Amanda Holden
as Lucy Eyelesbarrow
Paul Moriarty
as Insp. Bonneau
Sophie Winkleman
as Regan Peverill
Jimmy Yuill
as PC Garratt
Paul Trussell
as Bertrand
Peter Childs
as Sellars
Eileen Waugh
as Margaret
Ian Collier
as Brympton
Fiona Mathieson
as Felicie Bault
Nicila Walker
as DI Susan Taylor
Frederick Jaeger
as Colonel Melchett
Rik Mayall
as Lt. Daniel Blaney
Lisa Tayor
as Theresa
Jonathan Barlow
as Inspector
Margery Withers
as Mme. Serre
Mark Benton
as Prof. Elias Blackwell
Janet Hargreaves
as Gillian Snape
Jeremy Clyde
as Husband
Tony Chambers
as St. Clair
Patience Collier
as Miss Stoper
Fay Ripley
as Rose Bell
Caroline Milmoe
as Miss Durant
Diana Kent
as Zoe Havering
Emma Amos
as Sonia
Clive Merrison
as Alan Redmund
John Moffatt
as M. Comeliau
Pooky Quesnel
as Stepha Odell
Ron Donachie
as Fergusson
Andrew Powell
as Matt Van Der Twest
Matilda Ziegler
as Christine Miller
Malcolm Storry
as DCI Johnson
Wanda Ventham
as Margaret Balshaw
Gwen Taylor
as Margaret