Peaky Blinders (2013– )
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Episode #2.5 

Tommy's powerbase in London has been obliterated.

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Cast

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Colin Alltree ...
Prison Guard
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Eric Campbell ...
Policeman
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Kivan Dene ...
Prison Guard
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Tony Fillingham ...
Solomons Gang
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Allan Hopwood ...
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Storyline

All the Shelbys' London concerns are closed down with the Blinders arrested or on the run whilst Solomons frames Arthur for murder and Sabini ruthlessly takes back his club. Campbell reminds Thomas that he can use his family as leverage to make him go through with the assassination and arrests Michael for his part in the destruction of the Marquis of Lorne pub though Polly has sex with Campbell to get him released. Grace is back in London to see a fertility doctor and has sex with Thomas. Afterwards he visits May to whom he confesses that he still loves Grace. He then returns to Birmingham and tells Campbell where and how he will kill his victim. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama

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30 October 2014 (UK)  »

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Trivia

Chatsworth House is the backdrop for May Careltons country pile See more »

Goofs

Thomas gets jerrycans for his trip. Jerrycans were designed in 1930. The word "jerrycan" originated during WWII when the British found German fuel containers in the North-African desert. So there were no jerrycans in 1921. See more »

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John Shelby: Are you fucking repenting or something?
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Exceptional casting and story lines
18 November 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Character Character Character .. This is what makes a series in my opinion. Many thanks to BBC productions first and foremost .Anyone who took an instant liking to the Sopranos for more than gratuitous violence will agree, it's the contributions of the best and colourful personalities that makes a series memorable. Historically rich and at once intriguing, I found each episode more and more captivating, bringing the boldest of each sect in post WW1 England to a head, including and at most the Shelby clan. Again Netflix has grasped what it's customers value in entertainment essentially beyond the juvenile flare of Hollywood and its endless gusts of flash and hoopla best suited to teenage audiences. In this case I label PB Completely fearless and primitive, leaps beyond anything else I couldn't get enough.


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