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Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)


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First of a seven-part series starring Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer as private detectives Marty Hopkirk (deceased) and the very much alive Jeff Randall.
Whatever Possessed You?The detectives investigate some supernatural goings-on at a hotel hosting ghost weekends.
Written by Charlie Higson and Gareth Roberts
Producer Charlie Higson ; Executive producer Simon Wright (S) (W)


Unknown: Vic Reeves
Unknown: Bob Mortimer
Unknown: Marty Hopkirk
Unknown: Jeff Randall.
Written By: Charlie Higson
Written By: Gareth Roberts
Producer: Charlie Higson
Producer: Simon Wright
Jeff Randall: Bob Mortimer
Marty Hopkirk: Vic Reeves
Jeannie Hurst: Emilia Fox
Roger Whale: Hywel Bennett
Wyvern: Tom Baker
Virginia Carpenter: Nichola McAuliffe
Lewton: John Thomson
Browning: David Williams
Miss Hooper: Mona Hammond
Hettie Craven: Janet Henfry
Ruth: Elizabeth Hopley
Sonia: Nina Young
Billy: Alex Noodle

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Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)

BBC One London, 29 September 2001 21.00

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