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Murder in Montparnasse 

Phryne's post-war Parisian past returns when a reopened case over the murder of a famous painter targets Bert and two fellow war veterans for death.

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Kerry Greenwood (novel), Ysabelle Dean | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Essie Davis ... Phryne Fisher
Nathan Page ... Detective John 'Jack' Robinson
Hugo Johnstone-Burt ... Hugh Collins
Ashleigh Cummings ... Dorothy 'Dot' Williams
Vince Colosimo ... Hector Chambers
Peter O'Brien ... René Dubois
Linda Cropper Linda Cropper ... Véronique Sarcelle
Travis McMahon Travis McMahon ... Bert
Anthony J. Sharpe ... Cec (as Anthony Sharpe)
Richard Bligh Richard Bligh ... Mr. Butler
Nick Carrafa Nick Carrafa ... Pierre Sarcelle
Ben Prendergast ... Ronnie Cliff
Renaud Jadin ... Anatole
Chris Davis Chris Davis ... Thommo Birmingham
David Rock David Rock ... Alf Johnson
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Storyline

When the widow of artist Pierre Sarcelle pays a visit, Phryne is reminded of the time she spent in post-war Paris ten years earlier, posing nude for the renowned painter. Meanwhile, Bert and Cec witness a fellow war veteran/pal die in a hit-and-run car accident. Believing it to be no accident, they ask their sleuth boss to look into it. Written by L. Hamre/revised by statmanjeff

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English | French

Release Date:

6 April 2012 (Australia) See more »

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Runtime:

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital | Dolby Digital (5.1 surround)

Color:

Color | Color (High Definition)

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Quotes

Hector Chambers: So I'm the sacrificial goat in all of this, eh? Is that it?
Phryne Fisher: And a charming little goat you are, too.
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Connections

References The Sheik (1921) See more »

Soundtracks

La Gare Montparnasse
Written and performed by Harry James Angus
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Continuity
19 May 2014 | by Sonja-dawnSee all my reviews

I love this show, however in this episode a date was mentioned, January 1990. I believe the show is set in the late 1920's, the date mentioned was a reference to the past. I feel like detective Miss Fisher.

It is wonderful to see my hometown, Melbourne fashioned in this era. As I now live in the United States I do not know if there will be more than two seasons. I hope there is, as I really enjoy the marvelous costumes, makeup and the action sequences. Miss fisher is somewhat of a local James Bond if you will, stylish, daring and wickedly charming. It's refreshing to see a period piece once again from Australia, it's something we do best.


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