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Supt. Stanley Mullett (Character)
from "A Touch of Frost" (1992)

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Alternate Names:
Supt Mullet / Supt Mullett / Supt. Mullett / Supt. Norman Mullett

Filmography

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  1. Touched by Frost: Goodbye Jack (2010) (TV) Played by Bruce Alexander (as Supt. Norman Mullett)
  2. "A Touch of Frost"
        - If Dogs Run Free: Part 2 (2010) TV episode, Played by Bruce Alexander (as Supt Mullett)
        - If Dogs Run Free: Part 1 (2010) TV episode, Played by Bruce Alexander (as Supt Mullett)
        - Dead End (2008) TV episode, Played by Bruce Alexander (as Supt Mullett)
        - Mind Games (2008) TV episode, Played by Bruce Alexander (as Supt Mullett)
        - In the Public Interest (2008) TV episode, Played by Bruce Alexander (as Supt Mullett)
          (37 more)
Archive Footage:
  1. Top of the Cops (2009) (TV) Played by Bruce Alexander (as Supt. Mullett)

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Quotes:
From "A Touch of Frost: Mind Games (#14.1)" (2008)
[last lines]
Insp Jack Frost: There was just so much evidence. I should have had doubts. It's my job.
Supt Mullett: When I was a constable I was called to a domestic. Husband and wife row. I asked the wife if she wanted to leave, but, uh, they'd made up. He said sorry; she seemed all right. I don't know if I saw fear in her eyes as I left or if I imagined it afterwards. She was dead the next day. Husband set the house on fire. I can still see her face. If you ever forget your mistakes, I think you're in the wrong job. I'll be here if you need a lift.
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