ENDEAVOUR: Series 5, Episode 4, COLOURS. Scenes Missing From Some USA Versions.

Hello fellow Endeavourists and welcome to my fourth post on the subject of missing scenes from some of the USA versions. There are also scenes in the US that were shortened.

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 Colours, read my review HERE.


Author: Chris Sullivan

After having looked after my mum for some 11 years she is now unfortunately in a nursing home. I'm afraid her dementia worsened as did her physical capabilities. UPDATE: My mum died from Covid-19 on the 6th May 2020. So, for the first time in 21 years I find myself no longer caring for anyone. Apart from my mum I was also a single parent to two children and also looked after my dad who had Alzheimers, (he died in 2005). So, I have decided to return to University to try and get another degree this time in English Literature. (My other degree I got some 30 years ago is one in Ecological Science). After a year at college I have passed all grades and now will start Edinburgh University in September 2019. I am now in second year having passed all the requirements in first year.

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    1. Mr. Pendergast, respectfully, I think that your view of Claudine is antiquated to say the least. If Claudine were a man, you’d have thought that he was an admirable playboy. Claudine was basically a modern woman. Alluding to the fact that she acted like a prostitute was churlish. Just my opinion, though.

      1. (Thank you for saying that. I thought as much at the time but didn’t have the courage to say anything. Besides, you did it much more gracefully than I would have.)

  1. I offer Claudine as a loose interpretation of the diminutive French war photographer Catherine Leroy, who made here name in the world by covering the Vietnam War.

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