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Dawn French & Her Work
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Murder Most Horrid
• About The Show
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Murder Most Horrid

Each episode of Murder Most Horrid tells a different story. Dawn French plays a new character, but one thing all the stories have in common is murder, and Dawn is always involved. Dawn's character either commits the crime, or in some unfortunately tragic but nevertheless still hilarious circumstances, she gets killed herself.

Murder Most Horrid shows off Dawn French's verstile acting talent, and her ability to adopt characters incredibly well. There have been four series of this show that was written especially for Dawn, in 1991, 1994, 1996 and 1999.

Murder Most Horrid is made by TalkBack productions, set up by Smith and Jones. It has won a British Comedy Award for 'Best Comedy Drama' for the first series, and won 'Best Comedy Series' - the viewers' telephone vote - for series two.

"You never know what to expect, although you can usually rely on a deliciously observed bit of character acting from Dawn French. It is not just that she has such a gift for faintly absurd mannerisms, but that she enacts them with such relish." The Times (1999)