Hello my fellow Endeavourists and welcome to the third part in my series of posts regrading missing and shortened scenes from some of the versions shown in the USA.
A huge thank you must go to my American friend Kathleen who took the time and effort to go through the episodes and find the afore-mentioned scenes. Thank you Kathleen.
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To read my review and learn of the music, locations, literary references and what those strange British phrases mean in the Endeavour episode ‘Passenger’ click HERE.
If the scene was missing from the US version I have set it between the before and after scenes to give the missing scene context. Extended scenes are shown in their entirety.
Due to size of the video I have had to break it down into two sections.
Thank you! The scene with Morse, Strange and Fancy and the “it’s Bitter…” is priceless, as was Fancy’s eye roll. Small scenes say a lot.
I love that scene in the Morse/ Strange kitchen. Not so much what happened in it, as the fact of it–that they’re so domestic, and that they’ve pulled Fancy into their little family.
I watched PASSENGER last night. The Amazon Prime version is 1’29” (one hour, twenty-nine minutes). The PBS Masterpiece Theatre version is 1’23” (one hour, twenty-three minutes).