Jonathan Creek - The Grinning Man [DVD]
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Guest stars: Ralph Brown as Roy Pilgrim, Rob Jarvis as Tex, Heather-Jay Jones as Tracy and Del Henney as Inspector Gibbins.
a b Wylie, Ian (30 December 2008). "All grown up: Sheridan Smith". Manchester Evening News. Guardian Media Group . Retrieved 2009-01-02.
Determined to discover the truth about what has happened to her friend, the fearlessly sceptical Joey Ross finds herself working alongside veteran lateral-thinker Creek. Together, they embark on a complex, often dangerous, investigation into a mystery which only continues to deepen. The best place to start is with its most striking problem – a series of disappearances, spread over a number of decades, of those staying in an attic room at a mansion named Metropolis. Yes, this is yet another house in Jonathan Creek with a frankly ridiculous name and here it doesn’t even tie into the story in any meaningful way other than to faintly suggest to us that the house was built in the thirties. Wood, Michael (2 December 2014). "The Puppini Sisters: 'We count Michael Bublé and Prince Charles as fans' ". Music. Birmingham Post . Retrieved 2 December 2014.
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Fair warning — if you watch QI before you watch this, you may find it difficult to take Alan Davies seriously. Corcos, Christine Alice (27 April 2004). "The Magical World of Jonathan Creek". Picturing Justice: The On-line Journal of Law and Popular Culture. Archived from the original on 5 August 2012 . Retrieved 21 July 2014. Roberts, Katie (11 December 2015). "Review: The Puppini Sisters, The Spiegeltent". Music. Bristol 24/7 . Retrieved 11 December 2015.From March 2016, the trio embarked on a tour to promote the album across many areas in the country and internationally finishing off in London at O2 Islington Academy. For four dates of the tour, Smith was absent so original member Rosanna Schura filled in for those dates. a b c d e Ferguson, Euan (4 January 2009). "For the sake of dear auld Michael". The Observer. Guardian Media Group . Retrieved 2009-01-04. Since 1938, a number of people have disappeared from the attic of a Gothic mansion, owned originally by a spiritualist and now by his stage magician descendant. Seventy years later, when a young woman disappears in the same room, her friend Joey Ross, herself a paranormal investigator, calls on Jonathan for help. As the mystery deepens with the kidnapping of the magician's partner, Creek's powers of deduction seem to pale beside the raw intuition of his "collaborator". Meanwhile Adam takes an interest in the porn business, both financially and personally.