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Dalziel and Pascoe: A Clubbable Woman


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First of three films adapted from Reginald Hill's crime novels about an old fashioned detective teamed with a graduate police officer.
Starring Warren Clarke, Colin Buchanan

After the wife of a rugby star is found murdered at her Yorkshire home, hard-nosed Detective Superintendent Dalziel and soft-spoken Detective Sergeant Pascoe delve into the murky world of Wetherton RFC.
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Adapted by Alan Plater
Producers Eric Abraham and Chris Parr
Director Ross Devenish
* Partners In crime-busting: page 28


Adapted By: Alan Plater
Producer: Eric Abraham
Producer: Chris Parr
Det Supt Andrew Dalziel: Warren Clarke
Det Sgt Peter Pascoe: Colin Buchanan
Ellie Soper: Susannah Corbett
Det Sgt Wield: David Royle
Sam Connon: Ralph Brown
Jenny Connon: Kate Farrah
Marcus Felstead: Mark Lambert
Arthur Evans: Steven Speirs
Gwen Ewans: Andree Bernard
Sid Hope: Bernard Latham
Ted Morgan: Robert Hudson
Willie Noolan: Ian Thompson
Jacko Roberts: Peter Martin
Wallis: Danny McGrath
Anthony Wilkes: Patrick Baladi
Dave Femie: Jeremy Swift
Alice Femie: Ingrid Wells
Stanley Curtis: Darren Tighe
Maisie Curtis: Maggie Lane
Sheila: Jane Cameron
Ross Canning, duty sergeant: Claude Close
Mrs Williams: Dorothy Vernon

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