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Murder in Mind, TV Series, 2001-2003 IMDB

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garco NL

2013-01-04 15:39

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@Scoutstr296: We have a field for chassis code like 'E39', Type 19E etc. ;)

Scoutstr295 US

2013-01-04 22:00

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garco wrote @Scoutstr296: We have a field for chassis code like 'E39', Type 19E etc. ;)


I am aware of that. Unfortunately, I'm a car enthusiast, not a car expert. So I wouldn't know what code to enter most of the time. :/

garco NL

2013-01-04 22:02

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Just leave it blank then. Some others will comment it, or an admin fills it.

Sandie SX

2013-01-04 22:06

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Welcome Scoutstr295 :beer:

garco NL

2013-01-04 22:17

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Yes, welcome to the site, pictures look fine! :)

Scoutstr295 US

2013-01-04 23:30

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garco wrote Yes, welcome to the site, pictures look fine! :)


Thank you all for the warm welcome!

garco NL

2013-01-05 19:38

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Series should be put in the last completed list if a season is completed (Or have I done it myself???) :think:

chicomarx BE

2013-01-05 19:45

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That was me. Compleet denk ik, nummers gaan tot het einde van serie 3.

G-MANN UK

2013-01-06 22:55

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These star ratings, I wonder if they're accurate. Scoutstr295, if it's you who entered them, I know you're new to the site, but I want to explain: Something should only get 3 stars if it spends at least a few minutes on screen or has a key role in a chase or action sequence. Even if a car is used by a main character, if it only appears briefly in one appear (eg. someone gets out of it) then it's only 2 stars. 4 stars should be something that's in a lot of scenes and has a big role. 5 stars is for famous movie/TV cars or ones that are integral to the story (eg. the bike in The World's Fastest Indian) ;)

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Scoutstr295 US

2013-01-07 22:51

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G-MANN wrote These star ratings, I wonder if they're accurate. Scoutstr295, if it's you who entered them, I know you're new to the site, but I want to explain: Something should only get 3 stars if it spends at least a few minutes on screen or has a key role in a chase or action sequence. Even if a car is used by a main character, if it only appears briefly in one appear (eg. someone gets out of it) then it's only 2 stars. 4 stars should be something that's in a lot of scenes and has a big role. 5 stars is for famous movie/TV cars or ones that are integral to the story (eg. the bike in The World's Fastest Indian) ;)


Well, all of the episodes for "Murder in Mind" are on YouTube, so if you think my ratings are in error, maybe you can watch some of the episodes and change the ratings and show me how it's properly done. :)

G-MANN UK

2013-01-07 22:55

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Um, no thanks. I don't know, the ratings you've chosen may be OK for all I know, it just seemed like this TV series has more 3 and 4 star cars than usual.

Sandie SX

2013-01-07 22:59

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As far as I can recall every episode of this show follows different characters so it follows there are more 3/4 star cars than usual, because the characters will have different cars in each episode. In most series the 3/4 star cars will be those used by central characters with the odd prominently featured guest character's car but this show has more central characters and thus more well-used cars.

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G-MANN UK

2013-01-07 23:02

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OK, fair enough.

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