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  • A Touch of Frost The Complete Series DVD Special Features

    Actors: David Jason, Bruce Alexander
    Language: English
    Boxed Set: Yes    
    Number of discs: 19
    Condition: New    
    Region: Region Free    
    Weight: 1 kg
    Format: Support both NTSC & PAL    
    Rated: NR (Not Rated)    
    DVD Release Date: 2016

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    A Touch of Frost The Complete Series DVD Overview

    The series is set in the fictional South Midlands town of Denton, and is marked by a gritty tone. It is believed that Denton is in either Berkshire or Oxfordshire, though there are many references to Reading, Oxford,A Touch of Frost The Complete Series DVD and in particular, Swindon. In the earlier episodes, the M4 and A417 were often seen, and the map of Swindon was seen in the control room, although a map of Reading was used occasionally. The programme is produced by ITV in Leeds, and most of the outdoor locations are shot in West Yorkshire. Several scenes are filmed in and around the city and district of Wakefield and neighbouring small towns of Pontefract and Castleford, West Yorkshire.The role of Frost was notable in changing the public perception of David Jason from a predominantly comic actor to a dramatic actor.At a press conference in London on 15 September 2008, David Jason announced that he would be quitting the role of DI Jack Frost.A Touch of Frost The Complete Series Jason's main reason for quitting the role was that Frost was by now the oldest detective on television and he felt that it was 'natural' to retire as Frost. At 68, a police detective would already have been retired for eight years. Sir David said: "You wouldn't want me to play Frost in a wheelchair, would you?...Frost is getting a little long in the tooth. I still enjoy doing it and it's a great part but I just think he's got to retire. It'll be a sad day."