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Chandler and Co


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Fifth of a six-part drama about two women who pair up to run their own detective agency investigating infidelity.
Starring Barbara Flynn Catherine Russell
Family Matters. Dee's home is besieged by the tabloid press after she photographs a prominent public figure in flagrante with his mistress.
Dee is determined to find out who set her up and why. Elly takes to the mean streets of King's Cross to find a young woman called Rachel, who ran away from home four years earlier. Both Dee and Elly discover that the word of a client can't always be trusted.
Episode written by Jacqueline Holborough Producer Ann Skinner
Director Robert Marchand
A Skreba production for BBCtv
Stereo Subtitled


Unknown: Barbara Flynn
Unknown: Catherine Russell
Written By: Jacqueline Holborough
Producer: Ann Skinner
Director: Robert Marchand
Dee: Barbara Flynn
Elly: Catherine Russell
Larry: Peter Capaldi
David: Struan Rodger
Joanna: Ann Gosung
Sam: Edward Holmes
Misty: Indra Ove
Ray Godley: Neil Phillips
Rachel Godley: Colleen Prendergast
Eddy: James Bowers
Bill Savage: Peter Armitage
MrsSavage: Margot Leicester
Louise Parsons: Susan Derrick
Gerald: Terence Beesley

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