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A touch of Frost. Seizoen 2

R.D. Wingfield (based on the work of), David Jason (actor)
Politie-inspecteur Jack Frost, een man met weinig tijd voor papierwerk en een onorthodoxe benadering, lost een aantal zaken op
Contents
Disc 1 A minority of one / dir. by Roger Bamford (102 min.)
Disc 2 Widows and orphans / dir. by Roy Battersby (103 min.)
Disc 3 Nothing to hide / dir. by John Glenister (104 min.)
Disc 4 Strangers in the house / dir. by Don Leaver (103 min.)
Extra subject
Detectivefilms, Speelfilms
Title
A touch of Frost. Seizoen 2
Based on the work of
R.D. Wingfield
Actor
David Jason
Language
English
Publisher
Dutch Filmworks, 2006
4 dvd-video's
Recording date
1994
Playing time
412 min.
Note
Engels gesproken Ondertiteling: Nederlands
EAN
8715664037126

Reviews

Vier afleveringen van de Britse detectiveserie, die liep van 1992-2006 en ook in Nederland populair was. Hoofdpersoon is politie-inspecteur Jack Frost, een rol van de bekende Britse acteur David Jason (geboren 1940). Frost is sarcastisch, morsig, houdt zich niet aan de regels en heeft vaak onenigheid met zijn superieuren. De titels van de afleveringen zijn: A minority of one, Widows and orphans, Nothing to hide, Strangers in the house. De dvd-set bevat geen extra's.

About R.D. Wingfield

Rodney David Wingfield (6 June 1928 – 31 July 2007) was an English author and radio dramatist. He is best remembered for creating the character of Detective Inspector Jack Frost, who was later played by Sir David Jason in A Touch of Frost.

Early life

Rodney David Wingfield was born in Hackney, east London in 1928. He was educated at the Coopers' Company School and during the Second World War was evacuated to Frome, Somerset. Wingfield was exempted from National Service due to poor eyesight and had various office jobs in the East End before joining the Petrofina oil company. His first radio play, Our West Ladyton Branch was accepted by the BBC in 1968 and two more were then commissioned, at which point Wingfield resigned from his job.

Inspector Frost

In 1972, Macmillan Publishers invited him to write a book, and he wrote Frost at Chr…Read more on Wikipedia