Q.E.D. (I) (TV Mini-Series 1982)

TV Mini-Series   |    |  Adventure, Comedy, Mystery


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In 1912, Quentin E. Deverill, an eccentric expatriate American professor, uses his unique skills to solve mysteries in London.


7.8/10
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Writer:

John Hawkesworth (creator)

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2 February 2009 | dubricus
10
| Way too few episodes made
Everything I remember about it was excellent... great cast with Sam Waterston & George Innes (before he became more familiar to US audiences).... excellent scripts as only the English can do - Edwardian Sherlock Holmes/Lord Peter Wimsey/Albert Campion type mysteries, but with a Jules Verne twist. Sort of like MacGyver would have been had it been in England 80 years earlier... right at the beginning of the scientific/technological revolution of the 20th century.

I've often wondered if the creators of MacGyver saw these shows. MacGyver first aired about 3 years later.

I still have 1 episode on a much deteriorated tape.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Adventure | Comedy | Mystery | Sci-Fi

Details

Release Date:

23 March 1982

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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