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Resnick: Rough Treatment


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Concluding the new two-part crime story, adapted by John Harvey from his own novel and starring Tom Wilkinson
Resnick continues his hunt for the two unorthodox burglars, Grice and Grabianski. Grice's interest in getting rid of the cocaine stolen from TV director
Harold Roy is matched only by Grabianski's interest in retaining the affections of Roy's wife.
Producer Colin Rogers Director Peter Smith
A Deco production for BBCtv
(The first Resnick story, Lonely Hearts, is repeated in two parts from next Sunday)


Adapted By: John Harvey
Unknown: Tom Wilkinson
Unknown: Harold Roy
Producer: Colin Rogers
Director: Peter Smith
DI Charlie Resnick: Tom Wilkinson
DS Graham Millington: David Neilson
DC Mark Divine: William Ivory
DC Kevin Nicholls: Daniel Ryan
DC Lynn Kellogg: Kate Eaton
DC Dipak Patel: Paul Bazely
Supt Jack Skelton: Paul Jesson
Grabianski: Jim Carter
Grice: Tom Georgeson
Maria Roy: Sheila Gish
Harold Roy: Philip McGough
Claire Millinder: Diana Hardcastle
Kate Skelton: Gail Kemp
Alice Skelton: Karen Lewis
Dl Jeff Harrison: Edward Clayton
DI Norman Mann: Mark Spalding
DI RegCossall: Del Henney
Laurence: Leonard Preston
Roger Deleval: Roger Martin
Sajida Kahn: Shelley King

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Resnick: Rough Treatment

BBC One London, 25 July 1993 21.05

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