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Lovejoy

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starring in Death and Venice a two-part story by IAN LA FRENAIS with Guest stars
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Lovejoy is involved in a murder, and an eccentric millionaire invites him to join in what promises to be the biggest art scandal of this, or any, century.
Created for television by IAN LA FRENAIS from the Lovejoy books by JONATHAN GASH Film editor RAY WINGROVE Designer KEN LEDSHAM
Photography KEVIN ROWLEY
Producer ROBERT BANKS STEWART Director BAZ TAYLOR
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Contributors

Story By: Ian La Frenais
Television By: Ian La Frenais
Unknown: Jonathan Gash
Editor: Ray Wingrove
Designer: Ken Ledsham
Unknown: Photography Kevin Rowley
Producer: Robert Banks Stewart
Director: Baz Taylor
Lovejoy: Ian McShane
Lady Jane: Phyllis Logan
Tinker: Dudley Sutton
Gimbert: Malcolm Tierney
Eric: Chris Jury
Pinder: Alexander Knox
Caterina: Gwen Humble
Cosima: Haydn Gwynne
Nancy: Alibe Parsons
Gerry: Albert Welling
Keith: Steven Pacey
Malleson: Alan Rowe
Campie: Ray Mort
Helen: Jo Ross
Mrs Cameron: Jan Wilson
Brian: Anthony Jackson
Det Sgt Drabble: John Scholes
Tonio: Max Latimer
Giuseppe: Guido Adorni
Miriam: Lorna Barton
Cesare: Andrew Darby
Vito: Mark McBride
Barman: Sidney Kean

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