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Blue Murder

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  1. The "Blue Murder" brings common sense and respectful humor back to the screen, suspense and evolving characters also present. The series very well casted and appropriately shot, without glamorized technical cinematographical enhancements. The dialogs are nicely written, but I must say without Caroline Quentin it would be probably gray mouse show.
  2. Blue Murder features Carmine Appice on drums, John Sykes of Whitesnake fame on guitar, and Tony Franklin, who played with The Firm, on bass. Great supergroup .
  3. Sep 14,  · Blue Murder is a Canadian crime television series featuring a Toronto based police squad investigating murders/10().
  4. Mar 31,  · There is more than one artist with this name: 1) British hardrock band 2) Dutch guitarpop band 3) British folk group 1) Blue Murder was the hard rock brainchild of ex- Whitesnake and Thin Lizzy guitarist John Sykes. The original lineup of the band, also included ex- .
  5. Blue Murder was a show that focused on a squad of Toronto police officers who investigate somewhat unusual cases. Normally they investigated current cases, but from time to time the squad would.
  6. "Blue Murder" centers on a single mother of four, DCI Janine Lewis (Caroline Quentin), trying to balance a demanding career with raising her young family, whilst constantly battling with her ex-husband, who has since started a new family of his own.
  7. Jan 29,  · 10 videos Play all Blue Murder m4mammoth Blue Murder: "Screaming Blue Murder: dedicated to Phil Lynott" [, full album] - Duration: Hel Crosby 13, views.
  8. Metacritic TV Episode Reviews, Blue Murder, The police are out on the streets of Sun Hill enforcing a crackdown on prostitution. P.C. Stamp nicks an underage tom named Suzanne, and.
  9. Blue Murder - Great Band, Very Talented! I grew up in the 80's and 90's and am an avid fan of Rock and Metal from that time frame. I decided to buy this CD because I am a very big fan of John Sykes. He has played in such great bands as Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy, and of course his project Blue Murder/5(18).

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