"For the ordinary person, having such a prestigious series as Morse filmed in their street, and meeting and talking to the actors, is very exciting, adding more than a little colour to everyday life". First aired on 6th January 1987, Inspector Morse became a television phenomenon that reshaped fictional history. Now approaching its twenty-fifth anniversary, 'Endeavoring to Crack the Morse Code' traces the journey from book to television screen. Discovering new locations, recollections and trivia from cast, crew and the general public, it provides a fresh insight into the secrets that surround the myths. "Congratulations on the book. The "Morse" Series was great fun to work on and has become a classic I look forward to seeing it". Alan Pinniger. Location Manager. Inspector Morse/ Lewis "Best of luck. It is a great idea". Andrew Speller. Camera Operator. Inspector Morse. "Best wishes with the publishing" Clive Tickner. Cinematographer, Inspector Morse. "Good luck with the book". Julian Mitchell. Writer, Inspector Morse. "I have roughly outlined the job to give you a brief taste". Robin Tarsnane. Production Designer. Inspector Morse/Lewis. "Good Luck" James Scott. Writer. Inspector Morse. "Good luck" Colin Thurston. Property Master. Inspector Morse/ Lewis. "I hope the book is a great success". John Simonds. Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford
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Book Description Exposure Publishing, U.S.A., 2006. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. NEW. In stock NY USA. Bookseller Inventory # 15JULUNKN0125