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Thanks for this reminder. I really miss these folks. Many were like personal friends.
You’re welcome Dennis, glad you enjoyed it.
Perhaps you may have already done this but if not, have you considered a slideshow of actors who would have guest starred on any of the Morse trilogies who either had their own starring role prior or following. Examples that come to mind include Michael Kitchen, Honeysuckle Weeks, Doug Henshall, Nathaniel Parker, and Neil Dudgeon. I expect there may be others. I have watched a number of other British detective programs and find it interesting how many of these guest stars are on others. Thanks,
Its – not It’s. And you have mis-spelled Haydn.