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from "Minder" (1979)
- Back in Good Old England (1982) TV episode, Played by George Layton
- You Need Hands (1982) TV episode, Played by George Layton
- Caught in the Act, Fact (1980) TV episode, Played by George Layton
- Diamonds Are a Girl's Worst Enemy (1980) TV episode, Played by George Layton
- Come in T-64, Your Time Is Ticking Away (1979) TV episode, Played by George Layton
Terry McCann: [Terry does a favour for Des, delivering a motor to one of Des's customers. On the way home when he's listening to the six o'clock news on the car radio, he discovers that the car he delivered for Des was a ringer and was used in a robbery recently. First thing the next morning, Terry storms round to Des's lock-up garage to give Des a piece of his mind and to get some answers] Where were you last night and this morning?
Des: Just a minute, Terry. I don't think the young lady I was with, would care for me to discuss the details with you
Terry McCann: Don't give me any of that crap; you've been keeping out of my way
Des: Well, why would I do that? Your motor's running all right, innit?
Des: It's not my motor I'm worried about. That was a right diabolical stroke you pulled on me!
Des: A stroke? I don't know what you're talking about?
Terry McCann: [Terry raises his fist ready to thump Des] I'm going to lose my temper in a minute
Des: Just a minute Terry, there's no need for violence. I think I know what you're on about and I know you'll believe me when I tell you I had no idea that car was being used for a robbery
Terry McCann: It was a ringer and you bloody rung it!
Des: Terry, I swear to you, the plates on that car were the same as when I received it. First I knew about it was when I read it in the papers this morning
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