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Dalziel and Pascoe


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New series 1/4. Warren Clarke and Colin Buchanan return as the chalk-and-cheese detective duo.
A Game of Soldiers. The apparently motiveless murder of smart American tourist Nancy D'Amato brings Dalziel back in contact with old flame DS Jenny Ettrick. Featuring David Soul.
Writer Stan Hey ; Producer Ann Tricklebank ; Director Patrick Lau Katy Cavanagh - Face of the Week: page 53


Unknown: Warren Clarke
Unknown: Colin Buchanan
Unknown: Nancy D'Amato
Unknown: Jenny Ettrick.
Unknown: David Soul.
Unknown: Stan Hey
Producer: Ann Tricklebank
Director: Patrick Lau
Director: Katy Cavanagh
Det Supt Andy Dalziel: Warren Clarke
Dl Peter Pascoe: Colin Buchanan
Gus D'Amato: David Soul
DS Jenny Ettrick: Phyllis Logan
Charles Stubbs: Charles Lawson
Sgt Brian Skinner: Lee Boardman
DS Dawn: Milligan Katycavanagh
Jake Hawkins: Ian Pirie
Dr Frank Mason: Joe Savino
Mark Bell: Tim Murphy
Nancy D'Amato: Debora Weston
Pte Frank Ellerby: Philip McGinley
Pte Kevin Gillman: Andrew Turner
Lt Col James Hartley: James Vaughan

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