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June 26, 2014 12:15 PM

The ’60s are back with PBS' ‘Endeavour’

It’s so nice to have Inspector Morse back. The iconic detective, created by the late John Thaw, was resurrected in 2013 as a younger man in the new series “Endeavour.” Set in the swinging 1960s, it deals with Morse’s past as a raw young policeman in an Oxford complete with girls with starched beehive hair and clouds of cigarette smoke.

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