Re: Bright and the pelican/traffic detail. It is an instrumental in the two John Wayne films Rio Bravo (1959) and The Alamo (1960), and was also used in The Alamo (2004). Strange was the one how pursued the case, in many ways, he was the only one who could, with Bright and Morse sidelined to obscure roles and Thursday demoted. Thanks very much for another thoroughly well researched and thoughtful review. “Me and my bloody shadow.”. He met and fell in love with Deborah Baumgarten who was Jewish. Dimitri Tiomkin - Deguello (ORIGINAL from RIO BRAVO) - YouTube Dimitri Tiomkin - Deguello (ORIGINAL from RIO BRAVO) pin. Evans no doubt alluding to Shaun Evans. I have come to the conclusion that they cherry pick what they want – any negative comparison the person is rubbished any positive link or comparison praised – -all power to them but for me it is not an intelligent commentary. The film has a famous theme tune. Morse didn’t want to follow the cronyism, but loved Oxford for enlightening the masses regardless of background. Lyrics to 'Ballad Of The Alamo' by Marty Robbins. It is depicted as a bugle call El Deguello meaning (slit throat) was sounded on the morning March 6, 1836 it was the signal for troops under Generalissmo Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana to begin the final assault on the Alamo compound.Dimitri Tiomkin used the bugle call as the basis for … I mentioned that connection in my review. As I read through his notes, it became clear to me, and it would have been obvious to anyone else who saw, that he had suffered some kind of breakdown. It stops the natural slight swing of the arms in opposition to the motion of the legs. All I can add is the comment about no shootouts in ‘Morse’. This takes me to the many comments about scenes in Endeavour that are inconsistent with real world scenarios. If you have a WordPress account then click the ‘following’ button. Tiomkin received 22 Academy Award nominations and won four Oscars. The episode in Australia. Too, to be sure you can listen to excerpts all over the internet, YouTube especially. I am a long-term reader, first-time poster and I wanted to thank you for all of the work you do on your wonderful site. Coincidentally that walk was what Hathaway had planned to do but never reached his destination. But Box came in the door, shot Jago, then slid down the wall – showing he was shot in the back. But Dr Nicholson tried to get the Baumgarden family out but failed and burned Emil’s work as it was inferior and Nicholson didn’t want his friend, Emil, to be ridiculed. I assumed the bullet passed right through, leaving a possibly larger exit wound bleeding at the back. (Murder She Wrote will be mentioned again in my video review). And another thing, have you noticed how Shaun Evans seems to walk about with both hands permanently stuck in his pockets? – The Dead of Winter (2010) … (screenplay) He was saved by kids in “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” In “Temple of Doom,” of course, he saves a bunch of kids (with the help of the British Indian Army, with Bright in attendance). Stabbed with an wood chisel and died from massive haemorrhage. I don’t think my suggestion, if it is that, would add much to the costs if, indeed, so much ends up on the cutting room floor. Jago = Iago = the Machiavellian villain in Othello – also an opera by Verdi that has apparently featured in the soundtrack heavily this season. At around the 26 minute mark, Bright has gone home after the collapse of the building. Morse says, “How’s that?” The porter replies, ” Same as most men, I suppose, sir. Read about El deguello by Dimitri Tiomkin and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Around the 33 minute after talking to Dr. Jasper Nicholson we see Morse and Thursday walking and talking. Olive Reynolds is buried in a ton of masonry. The death of a librarian at the Bodleian library has Morse and Thursday baffled. There is absolutely nothing about trees. If I’m not mistaken, Verdi only shows up once in all seasons of ‘Endeavour,’ and not his ‘Otello’ or in Season 6. Thanks James, I will add that to my post. Posted by GTT at 7:20 AM No comments: Tuesday, June 23, 2009. I heard “Treegarden.” And, at one point, I thought she said that the family name was translated from Baumgarten. We don’t mind the way they are placed in a scene, even if it bears no resemblance to where they would stand in a real-life situation. Max had rung Morse up to let him know he’d figured out the muddy footprints and its tie to the quarry, which Morse had also discerned when he got a glimpse at the bootprint on his car door. Best wishes. THE ANEMOI were the gods of the four winds–namely Boreas the North-Wind, Zephryos (Zephyrus) the West, Notos (Notus) the South, and Euros (Eurus) the East. Shot twice. I don’t disagree, but I do especially like when the music played is organic to the action. Watch out for Colin Dexter in the background in the hat. In the background you can see All Souls College. We now know why, it was a flophouse/drug den full of dead bodies. And it was wonderful music, some of the greatest ever composed—baroque, classical, romantic, 20th century. I guessed it had an element of prognostication but never guessed in respect of a tower block collapsing. Like opera, a TV show isn’t everyday life, and we already accept this in many ways. This is of course the Hertford walkway otherwise known as the Bridge of Sighs. That, and another scene between them where he called her work “whatever this game is that you’re playing” (or something like that), indicated he just didn’t take her or what she wanted seriously, which would be the death knell for any relationship. Get real, active and permanent YouTube subscribers ... Dimitri Tiomkin's "Deguello" John Wayne's THE ALAMO Original Soundtrack written by Dimitri Tiomkin and performed by City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. Endeavour Series six, Episode Four; ‘Degüello’. It was also widely used by Simon Bolivar's armies, notably during the Battle of Junin[2] and the Battle of Ayacucho. Buried alive. No one even noticed the clue about the building con. I also thought, in a previous episode, that Strange would ask Joan out. I did enjoy that the pelican man scene brought full circle that a video that Bright was probably enthusiastic about doing originally because it would have been life saving and then was the bane of his life, ended up saving his life. He lied so as to have Morse re-assigned back from the country station so that he could help him. I thought for a bit that Thursday was going to get in deep trouble, which would mean Morse never mentions him in the future (mentioning the still-not-yet-seen McNutt instead as his mentor). St Edmund Hall is referred as Garstang College in the episode. He was always fighting the powers that be on their own turf. So, Burrows was taunting Nicholson with the Jewish artefacts and symbols. And although I have no objection to my name’s association with German Jews, you will find that the original Tegarden was a Lutheran. This article is about the bugle call. In the first two films mentioned, the same music is used: not the actual Deguello, but music written by film composer Dimitri Tiomkin.In the third film, it is in the form of a military dirge. The episode uses only parts of the piece, and if you listen carefully, there are the lyrics “the bugles are playing Deguello”, a direct reference to the bugles at the Alamo, and the determined resolve to fight to the death. When I look at the show in this way, I am more comfortable with what the writer is attempting. Max is indispensable to “Endeavour.”. Despite his foreign ancestry he became a Hollywood icon in film scores for his capacity to brilliantly capture classic Americana themes. I’m assuming that Deborah Teagarden is based on Aurora Teagarden a fictional character created by author Charlaine Harris. The flashback indicated they had given it a try in the eight months between “Icarus” and Pylon” and it hadn’t worked out for this very reason. Tell me if I’m wrong, but people don’t usually walk with their hands in their pockets, do they? "Play deguello!" I see that music from ‘Otello’ appears in ‘Fugue’ from Season One. I did mention all that in my review apart from the Jewel in the Crown part. As you of course observed, in this episode, Alexander Hanson played the slimy Councillor Clive Burkitt. They will all be jailed though the Councillor may escape jail as he turned Queen’s evidence which means he ‘grassed’ to put in the criminal vernacular. I find that even the best story writers often ignore the most practical of common sense. The “Lansbury” character, though minor, could also have been a reference to London-born TV producer/screenwriter Bruce Lansbury, responsible for “The Wild Wild West” and classic “Mission: IMPOSSIBLE” in the ’60s, and later shows such as “Knight Rider” and “Murder, She Wrote” (the last of which covers both Lansbury references, of course). Junkie killed by the heroin laced with Quinine. Here I am thinking out loud again. Joan answers, “We’ve got people scattered all over town. After a year at college I have passed all grades and now will start Edinburgh University in September 2019. My Twitter,, My Twitch Channel;, My Youtube Channel, I’ve wondered if the lack of classical music has been a way of showing Morse being out of sync with himself, along the lines of the mustache. I do live in US but I had ordered the DVD’s of Series 7 from ITV so I know how the series goes. — Baksheesh is mentioned in The Jewel In The Crown, when Barbie Batchelor (the great Peggy Ashcroft) is talking with a young Arab boy who wants to carry her suitcase. Dimitri Tiomkin had already collaborated with director Howard Hawks in 1948 with one of the truly great American westerns and one of the greatest western scores-"Red River" when director and composer came together again in 1959 with "Rio Bravo" with very similar results. You misidentified the song Fred Thursday was playing. Right? It’s a hiding to nothing. Thanks so much for responding. You have the right picture, but you say “Temple of Doom,” which is the wrong movie. I did wonder whether the Endeavour plot was an allusion to Grenfell, but as others have said, Cranmer seems more likely. He speaks to Joan with his hands in his pockets. When it comes to the US in June on Masterpiece I will be watching really good- no CC on YouTube- I miss so much -Thank You for your wonderful dedicated review .You know the ones that were criticizing you on line do not realize your knowledge- and how deep it runs- rest easy now- you have done your job ;o). Jul 17, 2019 - Explore Julia Webb's board "John Wayne in Rio lobo" on Pinterest. . I have started my own Facebook page. he’d figure out a way not to. The rules never apply to the rich, and Morse was always on the outside looking in. He also wrote the Morse episode, ‘The Way Through the Woods’. (6) I too thought of the Jago = Iago reference. So true Chris – the acting and production are wonderful. Nicely handled. I read it was an original work made for the episode recording artist not credited. Endeavour is an ITV show and not one by the BBC. It describes the sexual awakening of the narrator, Charlie Powerscourt, and his friends Bob Rutherford and Jimmy, the Duke of Surrey. When Thursday and Morse return to the police station after the shoot out, Thursday says, “Put the black spot on all of them.” The Black Spot is a literary device invented by Robert Louis Stevenson for his novel Treasure Island. However the afore mentioned novel is not Sir Arthur Conan Doyle but by one Sean Phillips. However, given the longer story arcs started in series five, there was always going to be a denouement. He is considered "one of the giants of Hollywood movie music." Whether the genre was Westerns, drama, comedy, film noir, adventure, or war documentary, Tiomkin’s visceral, dramatic underscores helped bring more than 100 feature films to vivid life. I think with the potential for a limited time frame to explain Morse in the future, made them rush to fill in gaps. Dr. Jasper Nicholson was the owner of a Sanatorium In ‘Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?”. Now I know why they named the character who was looking at them was named Nicholson. . Unfortunately, this possibility has much going against it. I know very tenuous. I understand a lot of the slower thinking comes from a time period of clashing views. It’s been a while since I watched the original Morse & I can’t really remember whether there were any long-running stories of greater magnitude than, for example, Lewis’s sergeant’s exam, but perhaps the writers over-reached themselves a bit. (No trouble so far. Series 1 had Morse and his family and the death of his father. Whenever Endeavour moved in the past, he took both his suitcase and his record player. 1. I still haven’t found what the addition of Mrs Bright has brought to the overall storylines. In the third film, it is in the form of a military dirge. On other matters I do wonder how long the black Jag can realistically keep going in police service. I did the same thing last year—nearly 30 years after my undergraduate, I finally started on my masters. Or did I mishear that? There was a lot of art on display at various places but it will take a while to identify. Depiction in films. Read about El deguello by Dimitri Tiomkin and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Fred and Win potential divorce. We accept this as a way for us to share their grief and despair, and at such moments the expression of that emotion is all that matters. I still wonder why Morse would never mention Thursday in the future (unless Joan marries Strange, then it becomes a sore name to bring up). You will find many, many different opinions on this series once you read all the reviews and comments! Chitton is a region in India. Hi Mary. I decided to start the Facebook page as there has been times when I have an update to a review post or some interesting news or information but it was all to small to make into a full blown post here on my website. All-in-all, a good episode. If they just called him up with some pretext to come to the quarry (that’s what it was, wasn’t it?) (before the ending), Episode Jag Rating – out of 10. sigh bridge seems appear every episode. These men were just through an incident that would have had anyone disturbed. A reference to the shootout at the end of the episode? In the southern part of Texas / In the town of San Antone / There's a fortress all in ruins that the weeds have overgrown / You may look in vain for crosses and you'll Also Dean Martin's end credit song Rio Bravo and Dimitri Tiomkin's composition El Deguello make an appearance on this 21 minute disc. The anxiety and stress of the situation. The discovery of another body that had buried alive brings the tam closer to who killed George Fancy. Also, “Baaksheeh” figures largely in Mark Twain’s hilarious travelogue “Innocents Abroad.”, So happy about the 10 Jags ! (function(d){var f = d.getElementsByTagName('SCRIPT')[0], p = d.createElement('SCRIPT');p.type = 'text/javascript';p.async = true;p.src = '//';f.parentNode.insertBefore(p,f);}(document)); Q&A with Irene Napier, Make-Up and Hair Designer on the Endeavour Series. "[1] It "signifies the act of beheading or throat-cutting and in Spanish history became associated with the battle music, which, in different versions, meant complete destruction of the enemy without mercy. As a result, I was actually glad to see that it was only a partial collapse, essentially one corner, and only the upper floors. Having been a Morse TV fan for over thirty years I was very angered by the poor ending to an episode I was rather enjoying. On the wall of what was the squat  and soon to become Morse’s house we can see a Latin phrase on the wall. Gower or the Gower Peninsula is in South Wales. 1. Even though this prayer is associated with death and mourning, it does not actually mention death. She wrote, “As a music lover I’d like to add one more point. Like Shakespeare’s Iago in “Othello,” Jago was pulling all the strings in the background. And the concluding gunfight and its consequences, which would actually have rocked the entire nation with their implications, were dealt with in an almost throwaway manner. I don’t see how the collapse of the building would have led to the disintegration of the foundations, sufficient for the body to be revealed, even if only partially, so that somebody in the fire brigade would see something and be prompted to dig out the rest. I’ve not noticed John Thaw do that. I’m not one to easily overlook details in true -life dramas. So we understand the impact of actors making artificially constructed exits and entrances. The pen-name sub plot is not in the movie but in the novel, Martins’ pen-name is Buck Dexter. Ernest mentions that he and Hollis did the Santiago de Compostela together. It just came out in the USA, apparently with 5 minutes cut out. (It’s still available for hire.. Thanks Chris for all the hard work. I am a Teagarden, My name is Deborah. At the end Bright says what will happen within the police, but not to those two (unless I missed it). Fred didn’t believe he was going to return from the stand off with Jago, McGyffin and the rest. – Who shot Box? The Salvation Army (TSA) is a Protestant Christian church and an international charitable organisation. El Deguello translates as "The slaughter). Another great review Chris and moving between different locations. Masonic Mysteries, Promised Land and Cherabim all featured very moving and personal explorations in the relationship between Morse and Lewis and none of the stories were straightforward whodunnits. This just doesn’t seem natural to me. Thank you for your diligent work, as always. Dimitri Zinovievich Tiomkin was a Russian-born Hollywood film score composer and conductor. This is Catte Street very close to the Radcliffe Camera. (4) Did they say “Teagarden” or “Treegarden”? It’s happened to most of them but it seems Dorothea has suffered most in the final edit. My heart also warmed a bit at Bright being rescued by child fans. At least now that Morse has his own place he should have the opportunity to play some more classical music, for those who have been missing that. Overall I don’t think it has been a great season, with far too much concentration on slipping in fun ‘easter eggs’ at the expense of the actual plots, which tended to be derivative and predictable. Is it a direct reference to the Grenfell disaster, I don’t think so. Do a search on Youtube or a Google video search and you'll find lots of performances, including several of the Mexican calvary call, presumably the true Deguello. You have on the one hand the people who survived the great war, and their hopeful almost naive thinking that things like this just don’t happen, people should follow rules, respect elders, etc.. Verses the view of the new generation of Vietnam survivors who believe they were cheated and rules are made for fools to follow. . In the episode ‘The way through the woods’, there is a bloodbath of a denouement in the end which wasn’t in the Colin Dexter story.