Biography of Bronson Webb (excerpt) Bronson Webb is a British actor born on February 20, 1983 in London who has performed supporting roles in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2005), The Dark Knight (2008) from the Batman franchise, Robin Hood (2010), and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011).
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Bronson Webb was born on February 20, 1983 in London, England as Bronson John Webb. He is an actor, known for RocknRolla (2008), Kingdom of Heaven (2005) and Atonement (2007). Portrays: Will Appeared in: "Winter is Coming" (1/10 episodes)
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Bronson Webb Actor | RocknRolla Bronson Webb was born on February 20, 1983 in London, England as Bronson John Webb. He is an actor, known for RocknRolla (2008), Kingdom of Heaven (2005) and Atonement (2007).
Oliver! is a British musical, with music and lyrics by Lionel Bart.The musical is based upon the 1838 novel Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens.. It premiered at the Wimbledon Theatre in 1960 before opening in the West End, where it enjoyed a record-breaking long run, and successful long runs on Broadway, tours and revivals, after being brought to the US by producer David Merrick in 1963.
- Where’s Colin?
- Literary References.
- Actors Who appeared in Promised Land and/or Lewis and Endeavour.
This is one of the few episodes when Colin did not make an appearance. Directed by John Madden: also directed The Infernal Serpent, Dead on Time and The Way Through the Woods. Written by Julian Mitchell: also wrote The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn, Service of All the Dead, The Wolvercote Tongue, Ghost in the Machine, Masonic Mysteries, Cherubim and Seraphim, Twilight of the Gods, The Daughters of Cain and Death Is Now My Neighbour.
After the death of the convict and apparent bank robber Peter Matthews in jail from A.I.D.S. the veracity of his conviction is questioned. Morse, who was involved in the investigation of what became known as the Abingdon bank robbery, is told he will have to re-interview their ‘supergrass’ witness whose evidence helped put all those involved in the robbery behind bars. That supergrass, Kenny Stone, was set up with a new life… in Australia.
Whenever a TV series is flagging in the ratings the producers will usually create an episode which is set in a different country to its normal setting. This is certainly not the case in the Inspector Morse series. In fact the ratings for series five were very good averaging around 15 million. I believe the main reason for this type of episode was to see Morse as the proverbial ‘fish out of water’. In the last episode, Greeks Bearing Gifts, he was a little out of his depth trying to tangle with a foreign culture but at least he was still on home-ground, Oxford. In this episode he is finding it difficult to breathe (to continue the fish metaphor) figuratively as well as literally at times due to the hot weather. InPromised LandMorse is lost in a country that is totally alien to him. He is not only lost culturally but also at times emotionally and mentally. Morse tries to bring an Oxford mentality to the Australian landscape and it proves his undoing. Meanwhile Lewis takes to the Austr...
The only piece of classical music in this episode is at the end of the episode, Hab’ mir’s gelobt from Der Rosenkavalier. This piece can be found on the Inspector Morse Soundtrack CD Volume 3.
The first literary reference is the obvious one, Promised Land. The promised land is also referred to as ‘the land of milk and honey’. I don’t believe there is an actual exact reference to the ‘promised land’ in the Bible. There is many references to Abraham and Moses being promised a land; the territory from the River of Egypt to the Euphrates river (Exodus 23:31). There are however many references to ‘the land of milk and honey’ in the Bible. 01h04m31s Morse doesn’t believe Kenny Stone is capable of taking his own life. His reasoning being that “When it comes to the great perhaps, Mike Harding will follow the Pascal”. Blaise Pascal was a seventeenth-century French philosopher, mathematician and physicist. Pascal’s Wager is an argument in philosophy that posits that humans bet with their lives that God either exists or does not. Pascal argues that a rational person should live as though God exists and seek to believe in God. If God does actually exist, such a person will have only...
The location of the funeral of Peter Matthews is Kensal Green Cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensal Green, London. The same location was used at the beginning of the Endeavour episode Coda in 2016. More on that episodes connection to Promised Landlater. Morse tells Lewis that they are going to Hereford, New South Wales. There is no Hereford district or town in New South Wales. The actual town they visit is Canowindra, New South Wales, Australia. Above is the hotel in the background of the picture above with Lewis and Morse. The address is 74 Gaskill Street CANOWINDRA NSW 2804. The site of the scene where Morse meets up with Peter Matthews brother near the end of the episode, is Canowindra Railway Station, New South Wales, Australia. The final location is Sydney Opera House – 2 Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Morse is circled.
Some memorable lines in the episodes: 00h06m11s Strange: “You know what they say about funerals. Someone always catches their death.” 00h06m32s Morse: “You have too many relatives Lewis. A police man ought to be free.” Lewis: “What do you want me there for anyway? You’re only going to interview him. Morse: “I can’t carry my own bags can I. I’m a Chief Inspector.” Lewis: “Matter of fact. I’ve got cousins in New South Wales.” 00h09m30s Lewis: “Garden of Eden this.” Morse: “Then watch out for snakes.” Lewis: (Looking out over a field) “In the supergrass.” 00h12m29s Morse: “Do Australians take siestas or what?” Lewis: “There’s a lot of Italians over here I know that.” 00h13m56s Lewis: “Orange juice? What’s the matter with you?” Morse: “They don’t spell Australian beer with four X’s out of ignorance.They mean what they say. And lite beer is the invention of the Prince of Darkness.” 00h50m03s Dave Harding: “It’s a big country. There’s a lot to explore. It’s wilderness. Unmapped. I like th...
First up is the above mentioned Bronson Webb as Bernie Waters. Bronson Webb as Silas Whittaker in the Lewis episode, Fearful Symmetry. (Series 6, Episode 3) Coincidentally, Con O’Neill who played Paul Matthews in the Morse episode,Promised Land, also turns up in the Lewis episode, Fearful Symmetry. Con O’Neill as Dr. Bob Massey in the Lewis episode, Fearful Symmetry.
James Grout as Chief Superintendent Strange (Born: 1926 Died: 2012) Philip Anthony as Tilehurst Gazette Newspaper Editor Kevin Leslie as Barman Bill Young as Farmer in Ute (Born: 1 June 1950 (age 67). Vanessa Patterson as Karen Harding Rhondda Findleton as Anne Harding Marie Armstrong as Sash – Nursing Home Matron John Jarratt as Sergeant Scott Humphries. (Born: 5 August 1951 (age 65). Maureen Green as Sal – Nurse Noah Taylor as Dave Harding Max Phipps as Detective Inspector Glenn McAllister Peter Browne as Detective Gary Warrender I hope you enjoyed this post. I am going on holiday next week so there will not be a new post until around Sunday 16th July. Take care.
Feb 04, 2020 · Whilst continuing to read this great companion to the Lewis series, I have just noticed a very small omission, with regards to the third episode of series six, “Fearful Symmetry”. Two actors are listed as having connections with the Morse or Endeavour series, namely Con O’Neill and Bronson Webb.
Mar 09, 2021 · Bronson Norrish has labelled his Married At First Sight Australia match, Ines Basic, and their former castmate Jessika Power 'witches', after their explosive affairs were revealed on the show ...