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Bonekickers: The Lines of War (2008)
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Directed by: Nick Hurran
Script by: Tom MacRae
Status: TV series (6 episodes), episode 5, released Aug. 5, 2008 (BBC 1)
Genre: Archeological Mystery
Runtime: 60 min
Production Studio: Mammoth Screen,Monastic Productions, Bonekickers Ltd for BBC
Co-Stars: Hugh Bonneville, Julie Graham, Adrian Lester, Michael Maloney
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DVD Region1 (2010), DVD Region 2 (2009), Blue-Ray (2008)
Role: Captain Roberts
Plot: A British First World War tank containing the burnt remains of six bodies is uncovered in France, as the team of archaeologists uncover another compelling mystery. The tank has been buried since 1917 and the discovery ignites an international archaeological feud between Professor Gillian Magwilde and her German counterpart, Dr Becker, while bureaucratic French official Monsieur Luc struggles to remain neutral. The team of archeologists, set at the fictional Wessex University, travels to western France to get to the bottom of a murder mystery that originally seems to date back to the First World War, but turns out to be linked to Joan of Arc.
Trivia & Facts:
- The Lines of War used the interiors of 2 WWI tanks at Bovington Tank Museum.
- Each episode of Bonekickers focuses on a particular period in history, from the Knights Templar to the soldiers fighting in World War 1.
- In a series of short films Dr Mark Horton told about the true history behind the show.
Film Location: Bath and Northeast Somerset; Chavenage House, Tetbury, Gloucestershire; Bristol (England)
Thomas Sutcliffe: The Da Vinci Code was a huge hit, someone has thought, and Time Team is full of promisingly eccentric characters, and everyone likes Indiana Jones, so why don't we stick it all together into the story of a group of West Country archeologists who have a tendency to stub their toes on potentially explosive relics?
Like Doctor Who, Bonekickers is really too silly for grown-ups --- independent.co.uk. Hermione Eyre
How strange. The first episode not written by creators Matthew Graham and Ashley Pharaoh is also its best. Don't get me wrong, the characters still struggle to earn my affection or respect, and the whole thing is peppered with awful dialogue, but the story (while once again historically questionable) was effectively told --- danowen.blogspot.com