miss fisher's murder mysteries

Collins, answer that phone !

Death Defying Feats

Murder and the Maiden

Murder and Mozzarella

Blood and Money

Death at the Grand

Game, Set and Murder

Death Do Us Part

Jack’s telephone now remains the same throughout the series. 

Although Death and Hysteria is missing from this, it is only because there wasn’t a screenshot of the part of Jack’s desk where the phone is usually placed and Jack’s office doesn’t feature in Blood and Money.

As with Jack’s phone, the one in the outer office remains the same throughout but doesn’t always feature in the shots of the counter. For some reason in the final episode it lives on Hugh’s desk.

Unrelated to telephones you will have noticed that an electrical socket suddenly appears in the Interview Room for Death and Hysteria and then disappears from whence it came.


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