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Auf Wiedersehen, Pet

Synopsis

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A Bridge Too Far. Barry discovers the extent ofTatiana's deception while the lads learn the bridge is not theirs to sell in part four of the comic drama. Contains strong language.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Joy Spink ; Director Paul Seed RT SHOP: collector's set, containing series one and two of the classic 1980s TV series, is available on DVD for £79.99 (RRP £89.99) or on video £64.99 (RRP £74.99), inci p&p. To order call [number removed], quoting ref RADT

Contributors

Written By: Dick Clement
Written By: Ian La Frenais
Producer: Joy Spink
Moxey: Christopher Fairbank
Barry Taylor: Timothy Spall
Bomber Busbridge: Pat Roach
Oz Osbome: Jimmy Nail
Dennis Patterson: Tim Healy
Neville Hope: Kevin Whately
Wyman Norris: Noel Clarke
Jeffrey Grainger: Bill Nighy
Brenda Hope: Julia Tobin
Tatiana: Branka Katie
Kadi: Dragan Micanovic
Yorgo: John Kazek
Sarah: Emily Bruni
Malcolm Renshaw: Ian Embleton
Calhoun: Ron Donachie
Irena: Zelda Tinska
Dhori: Aleksandar Mikic
Lainie: Georgina Lightning
Joe Saugus: Gordon Tootoosis
Lev: Petar Vidovic
Charlie Fox: Frank Soto
Medicine man: Saginaw Grant






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