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Partners in Crime (TV Mini-Series )

Partners in Crime (TV Mini-Series )
Movie: Partners in Crime (TV Mini-Series )(2015)[tt3574152] Set in the leafy suburbs of 1950s London, the Beresfords find themselves in need of some adventure in their lives. With Tommy undertaking a variety of business opportunities, and Tuppence trying to dissuade him, the couple find themselves in the wrong place at the right time to solve a mystery - or two - and perhaps save someone's life. They are about to enter a world of espionage and skulduggery guided by Tommy's mysterious Uncle, Major Carter. It is a world which will prove easier to enter than to leave.
Title Partners in Crime (TV Mini-Series )
Release Date 26 July 2015 (UK)
Runtime
Genres Crime, Drama, Mystery
Production Companies Endor Productions, Agatha Christie Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Jessica Raine
Jessica Raine...
 Tuppence Beresford ...
David Walliams
David Walliams...
 Tommy Beresford ...
James Fleet
James Fleet...
 Carter ...
Matthew Steer
Matthew Steer...
 Albert ...
Paul Brennen
Paul Brennen...
 Lucky ...
Jonny Phillips
Jonny Phillips...
 Whittington ...
Clarke Peters
Clarke Peters...
 Julius Hersheimmer ...
Hannah Waddingham
Hannah Waddingham...
 Blonde Assassin ...
Madeline Appiah
Madeline Appiah...
 Annette ...
Camilla Beeput
Camilla Beeput...
 Jane Finn ...
Christina Cole
Christina Cole...
 Mrs Sprot ...
Aoife McMahon
Aoife McMahon...
 Sheila Perenna ...
Roy Marsden
Roy Marsden...
 Commander Haydock ...
Ed Speleers
Ed Speleers...
 Carl Denim ...
Andrew Havill
Andrew Havill...
 James Peel KC ...
Alice Krige
Alice Krige...
 Rita Vandemeyer ...
Robert Whitelock
Robert Whitelock...
 Conrad ...
Alyy Khan
Alyy Khan...
 Major Khan ...
Issy van Randwyck
Issy van Randwyck...
 Mrs Minton ...

Reviews

studioAT on 2 August 2015
As it's the anniversary of Agatha Christie's the BBC have decided to revive her lesser known characters from the 'Partners in Crime' series of novels and short stories.Sunday night seems to be the perfect time to put this kind of drama. not only is it well shot but the stories are just about taxing enough to be interesting, while not too demanding. Stretching one novel into two parts seems to be a smart move too.As for the casting I know David Walliams divided a lot of opinion in the press but to be honest I was surprised by his performance. He brings a lot of warmth to the character and there was real subtlety in what he did.The real star of the show though for me is Jessica Raine, who shines as Tuppence in every scene she is in. She makes the dynamic between her and Walliams believable and can play both the drama and the comedy of the stories well.Overall a good addition to Sunday night telly. Long may it continue.

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