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Jill Swinburne (Character)
from "The Beiderbecke Affair" (1985)

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  1. "The Beiderbecke Connection"
        - What Do We Have on Hockey Sticks? (1988) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
        - Is He the Lodger? (1988) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
        - Hello Sir, Hello Miss (1988) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
        - Oh Look, It's Average-Sized Trevor Chaplin (1988) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
  2. "The Beiderbecke Tapes"
        - Episode #1.2 (1987) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
        - Episode #1.1 (1987) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
  3. "The Beiderbecke Affair"
        - We Are on the Brink of a New Era, If Only... (1985) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
        - That Was a Very Funny Evening (1985) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
        - Um... I Know What You're Thinking (1985) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
        - We Call It the White Economy (1985) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
        - Can Anybody Join In? (1985) TV episode, Played by Barbara Flynn
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From "The Beiderbecke Connection: What Do We Have on Hockey Sticks? (#1.4)" (1988)
Trevor Chaplin: Yes Inspector, there are only two kinds of people in this world: Those who hear the music and those who don't.
Jill Swinburne: The cool and the uncool.
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