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New Tricks


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6/8; series three. Bank Robbery. The team sets off on the trail of Ray Cook , a legendary criminal-turned-primetime celebrity. Was Cook responsible for a notorious unsolved armed bank robbery which left a cashier dead, or is he in fact as innocent as he claims? Steven Berkoff guests.
Writers Geoff Deane , Jacquetta May ; Producer Francis Matthews Director Roberto Bangura


Unknown: Ray Cook
Unknown: Steven Berkoff
Unknown: Geoff Deane
Unknown: Jacquetta May
Producer: Francis Matthews
Director: Roberto Bangura
Sandra Pullman: Amanda Redman
Gerry Standing: Dennis Watennan
Jack Halford: James Bolam
Brian Lane: Alun Armstrong
Ray Cook: Steven Berkoff
Robert Strickland: Anthony Calf
Pete MacKintyre: Anton Lesser
Geoff Lyons: David Roper
Rob Petty: Gareth Hunt
Linda MacKintyre: Christine Ellerback
Mrs Abrahams: Emma Shaw

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