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Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman (Character)
from "New Tricks" (2003)

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DS Pullman is the head of the Unsolved Crime and Open Case Squad (UCOS)... See more »
Alternate Names:
Det Supt Sandra Pullman / Det. Supt. Sandra Pullman / Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman / Sandra Pullman / Supt. Sandra Pullman


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  1. "New Tricks"
        - The One That Got Away (2013) TV episode, Played by Amanda Redman
        - Things Can Only Get Better (2013) TV episode, Played by Amanda Redman
        - Into the Woods (2013) TV episode, Played by Amanda Redman
        - Cry Me a River (2013) TV episode, Played by Amanda Redman
        - The Little Brother (2013) TV episode, Played by Amanda Redman
          (79 more)

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From "New Tricks: Dead Poets (#9.7)" (2012)
[first lines]
Gerry Standing: Why did you kill him, Mehtin?
Mehtin Topal: I didn't.
Gerry Standing: You're lying.
Mehtin Topal: Look, I admit I was a bad man ten years ago.
Gerry Standing: You were a heroin smuggling sociopath who killed Sean Docherty.
Mehtin Topal: I didn't even know the guy. He was a poet, apparently; yeah, come on, do I look like I need the rhyme?
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: His body was found in your yard.
Mehtin Topal: You found a poet on my patch, and used it as an excuse to sniff around and bring me down on a whole lot of other stuff. But you never charged me for the murder, and I'm walking out of here in nine months; so go suck on that.
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: Sean was bludgeoned to death and then set alight in your yard between ten and ten thirty p.m. on March the twenty-ninth 2002.
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