Midsomer Murders (1997– )
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Send in the Clowns 

Things take a gruesome turn when Ferabbees Circus comes to town, bringing with it a chain of sinister clown sightings, threatening notes and deathly dangerous circus acts. Barnaby will have... See full summary »

Director:

Nicholas Laughland (as Nick Laughland)

Writers:

Julia Gilbert (screenplay), Caroline Graham (based upon the books by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby
Nick Hendrix ... DS Jamie Winter
Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Annette Badland ... Fleur Perkins
Lorraine Ashbourne ... Daniella Bellini
Jonathan Bonnici Jonathan Bonnici ... Raoul Delgado
Lorraine Burroughs ... Freya Ferabbee
Kevin Eldon ... Terry 'Groucho' Bellini
Andrew Gower ... Harry Ferabbee
Mike Grady ... Les 'Oucho' Morrison
Joni Kamen ... Sophia Bellini
Andrew Knott ... Mostyn Cartwright
Terence Maynard ... Ashley Denton
Isabel Shaw Isabel Shaw ... Betty Barnaby
Neil Stuke ... Curtis Ferabbee
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Things take a gruesome turn when Ferabbees Circus comes to town, bringing with it a chain of sinister clown sightings, threatening notes and deathly dangerous circus acts. Barnaby will have to face up to his fears in order to solve the case.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14
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Release Date:

13 July 2018 (Norway) See more »

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Trivia

Neil Stuke plays Curtis Ferabbee in this episode. He previously played the role of Glen Jarvis in episode 12.3, Midsomer Murders: Secrets and Spies (2009). See more »

Goofs

Fleur is shown gently closing the wide-open eyes of one victim after death. In fact, the eyelids wouldn't have been wide open, nor would they have stayed closed if pulled down. The natural postmortem position of eyelids is partially open unless they are held in place. (This is why the old practice arose of putting coins on the eyelids of a corpse.) See more »

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Midsomer Murders
(Theme Song)
Written by Jim Parker
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'Jumping the Clown'
5 August 2019 | by lbowdlsSee all my reviews

When it comes to murder mysteries and detective shows Circus episodes are the 'Jumping the shark' of the genre. Every one has done it from Charlie's Angels to Murder she Wrote yes usually American ones but now it's finally come to Midsomer and it is no different from those before it that is there are accidents which turn out to be murders happening it's always something to do with the circus losing money or keeping secrets. But most of all like the others this is rather predictable and mundane!


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