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Det. Supt. Charles Wycliffe (Character)
from "Wycliffe" (1994)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Det Supt Wycliffe / Det. Chief Supt. Wycliffe / Det. Supt. Wycliffe

Filmography

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  1. "Wycliffe"
        - Land's End (1998) TV episode, Played by Jack Shepherd (as Det. Supt. Wycliffe)
        - Scope (1998) TV episode, Played by Jack Shepherd (as Det. Supt. Wycliffe)
        - Feeding the Rat (1998) TV episode, Played by Jack Shepherd (as Det. Supt. Wycliffe)
        - Standing Stone (1998) TV episode, Played by Jack Shepherd (as Det. Supt. Wycliffe)
        - Time Out (1998) TV episode, Played by Jack Shepherd (as Det. Supt. Wycliffe)
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  2. Wycliffe and the Cycle of Death (1993) (TV) Played by Jack Shepherd (as Det. Chief Supt. Wycliffe)
Archive Footage:
  1. "The People's Detective"
        - Wycliffe/Barnaby (2010) TV episode, Played by Jack Shepherd

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Quotes:
From "Wycliffe: On Offer (#5.1)" (1998)
[while convalescing after being shot, Wycliffe is staying in a hotel. In the hotel dining room, one of the other guests voices his opinions about criminals]
David Miller: The more villains we can put six feet under, the better. Eh?
[Wycliffe stands up and bangs the dining table]
Det. Supt. Charles Wycliffe: Now this may come as something of a shock to you, but I don't regard the taking of a life as being even remotely funny.
Det. Supt. Charles Wycliffe: [shouts] Your attitude is an *insult* and represents *everything* that I *hate* about this job.
[Wycliffe walks out of the dining room]
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