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Bad Boys


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Second in a six-part comedy drama series, about the adventures of a cockney wide boy stranded in Glasgow's gangland, starring Karl Howman , Freddie Boardley Dead Men Don't Wear Bunnets. When a psychopath tries to kill Fraser, Wayne decides that his friend may well be better off dead. See today's choices.
Wayne Todd. .....KARL HOWMAN
Episode written by James Macinnes
Producers Colin Gilbert and Tom Kmninmont
Director John Stroud


Unknown: Karl Howman
Unknown: Freddie Boardley
Unknown: Wayne Todd.
Unknown: Karl Howman
Written By: James MacInnes
Producer: Colin Gilbert
Producer: Tom Kmninmont
Director: John Stroud
Fraser Hood: Freddie Boardley
Malky Mulherron: Alex Norton
Betty Hood: Aline Mowat
Morag Hood: Ashley Jensen
Inspector McKenna: Simon Donald
Tarn Devlin: James Cosmo
Maureen: Sally Howitt
Rumney: Malcolm Shields
Scotty: John Comerford
Ina: Ruth McGhie
Bob: Alastair Cording
Minister: Graham MacGregor
McKenna's partner: Gordon Brown
Dr Higgens: James Bryce

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