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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
Year: 1979 | 1980 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1988 | 1989 | 1991 | 1993 | 1994


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Gunfight at the O.K. Laundrette

29 October 1979
Terry McCann, an ex-boxer who has served a prison term is working for dodgy car salesman Arthur Daley. Alfie Cavallo, a friend of Arthur's, asks for the loan of Terry's services when he goes to collect the takings from one of the laundrettes he owns. However, Alfie and Terry walk in on an armed robbery by a trio who claim to be the Independent Rastafarian Army. Alfie is shot and the two men are taken hostage along with elderly customer Mrs. Mayhew. An overnight siege takes place. Because of his form Terry is suspected by the police of being an accomplice but he proves himself to be the hero of the day with Mrs. Mayhew vouching for the fact that he defused a very dangerous situation. Arthur is hopeful that he can make money by selling Terry's story to the press and foresees the start of a beautiful friendship.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Dave King ... Alfie
Trevor Thomas ... Stretch
Hilary Mason ... Mrs. Mayhew
William Vanderpuye ... Winston
Leroi Samuels ... Cosmo
Linda Regan ... Liz
Donald Burton ... Chief Superintendent
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Tony Doyle ... Irishman

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
David Killick ... D.C. Harney
Arnold Diamond ... Bernie
Douglas Cameron ... Radio Newsreader (voice) (uncredited)
Pat Gorman ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Bury My Half at Waltham Green

5 November 1979
Terry is hired to look after George Wilson, who is fresh out of prison and anxious that the other members of his gang do not find out where he buried their ill-gotten loot. Rose Mellors, whose husband Charlie was one of the gang and is still in jail, comes after Terry and vamps him for information. However, George is only a decoy planted by Arthur, who hopes that Albert Stubbs, the man who really buried the loot, will open up to him.
George Cole ... Arthur Daley

Dennis Waterman ... Terry McCann
Nicky Henson ... George Wilson
Ann Lynn ... Rose Mellors
Tony Selby ... Jack
Kenneth Cope ... Albert Stubbs
Tony Allen ... Removal man who hides Arthur's Mini in his van (uncredited)
Hal Galili ... Terry's sauna client (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Smaller They Are...

12 November 1979
Small-time crook Scotch Harry steals a suit-case from an airport, which contains a lot of money. The police are after him and Arthur agrees to broker a deal for its return, minus his expenses. It turns out that the case belongs to a less than friendly gang of international counterfeiters, who also join in the chase.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Phil McCall ... Scotch Harry
Hans Meyer ... Maurice Bonnet
David Jackson ... Big Stan
Peter Childs ... D.C. Rycott
Osmund Bullock ... Brian
Sue Vanner ... Kim (as Susan Vanner)
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Chris Jenkinson ... Eric
Hilary Ryan ... Airline Receptionist
Michael Segal ... Hotel Manager
George Tovey ... Pub Landlord
Fred Wood ... Pub Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: A Tethered Goat

19 November 1979
Terry starts work as the bodyguard for Bassam Sayin, a Lebanese businessman and diplomat, but the two men do not get on, and, when the safe house in which they are staying is raided by gunmen, Terry's view that Bassam is not as respectable as he claims is increased.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Lee Montague ... Bassam Sayin
Kenneth Griffith ... Dai Llewellyn

Michael Sheard ... Elliot

Nadim Sawalha ... Sardi
Jenny Lee Wright ... Frankie (as Jenny Lee-Wright)
Johnny Shannon ... George
Mohamed Sultan ... Asif
Ian Collier ... 1st Police Sergeant
David Millett ... 2nd Police Sergeant
Patrick Jordan ... Police Inspector
Harry Fielder ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Bounty Hunter

26 November 1979
When Jo, a young widow and old friend of Arthur's, is swindled out of her late husband's insurance money by con artist Freddy Fenton, Terry demands that he return it to her, and when Freddy claims that he too has been conned out of the money, Terry arranges to hold his Rolls Royce as a hostage until he repays Jo.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Derek Jacobi ... Freddie Fenton
June Ritchie ... Jo
George Layton ... Des
James Aubrey ... Graham Hurst
Tony Steedman ... Ralph Hurst

Kathleen Byron ... Mrs. Hurst
Christopher Biggins ... Harold
Brian Godfrey ... Young Man 'Mr. Booze'
Keith Alexander ... Andy
Peter Dean ... John
Paul Satvendar ... Garage Attendant (as Paul Satvender)
Rikki Howard ... Val
Hilda Fenemore ... Passer-by outside Balearic Investments (uncredited)
Steve Plytas ... George (uncredited)
Neil Stacy ... Simpson, Rolls Royce salesman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Aces High and Sometimes Very Low

3 December 1979
Professional gambler Maurice Michaelson is barred from the casino where he has broken the bank and he is later robbed of his winnings. He sells Arthur his car for stake money and, minded by Terry, prepares to get rich again in a big poker game.

Season 1, Episode 7: The Bengal Tiger

10 December 1979
Mr.Mukerjee, who runs a newsagent shop frequented by Arthur, has received death threats and had a brick thrown through his window. When Terry goes along to act as his minder, he discovers that this vendetta may well be down to the fact that he has promised his daughter in an arranged marriage to several other men.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Saeed Jaffrey ... Mukerjee
Graham Stark ... The Car Owner
Shireen Anwar ... Indira
Ahmed Khalil ... Aslam
Stanley Lebor ... Wilson
Roy Evans ... Elderly Man
Edwin Brown ... Harry
Christopher Scoular ... Young Diner
Mike Grady ... Kev
Michael Fleming ... Immigration Officer
Eamonn Boyce ... Barman
Clive Hornby ... Norman Gibbons
Spencer Banks ... Keith
Tony London ... Drunken Youth

Season 1, Episode 8: Come in T-64, Your Time Is Ticking Away

17 December 1979
Arthur is running a mini-cab business with a partner but when their drivers are attacked and the cars vandalized, Kevin, the partner, is reluctant, for tax purposes, to involve the police. Terry comes in as a driver, working undercover to identify the culprits and find out why Kevin is anxious to buy Arthur out of the business

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Alfred Burke ... Kevin
George Layton ... Des
Michael Bruce ... Barry
Charlie Hawkins ... Greg
Darryl Read ... Billy
Oscar James ... Dave

William Morgan Sheppard ... John (as Morgan Sheppard)
Diana Malin ... Debbie
Daphne Anderson ... Katie
Eric Mason ... Paddy
Michael Hughes ... Mini-cab Driver
Vicki Woolf ... Woman in Flat

Season 1, Episode 9: Monday Night Fever

7 January 1980
Arthur is much taken by would-be singer Sharon Dobbs, who is a pretty girl but no great vocalist. He gets her a gig at a club run by dodgy Chris Lambert, who welshes on their agreement, and when Terry refuses to teach Lambert a lesson, Arthur turns to Vic Piner instead. As Piner is a well-known psycho it is down to Terry to get involved after all, to prevent a murder.
George Cole ... Arthur

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
Sheila White ... Sharon
Eric Deacon ... Chris Lambert
Brian Croucher ... Big John
Anthony Heaton ... Vic Piner
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Gennie Nevinson ... Penny
Peter Blake ... Barry
Aaron Shirley ... Sammy
Tommy Wright ... Henry Piner
Richard Hunter ... Alan
Michael Melia ... Freddie
Flint ... Disco Group

Season 1, Episode 10: The Dessert Song

14 January 1980
Having saved Charlie, a Greek-Cypriot, from a beating, Terry learns that Christina, Charlie's cousin, is also being threatened by her brother-in-law, who wants to take over their Greek restaurant. Terry goes undercover, working in the restaurant to catch the bad guys.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Diane Keen ... Christina
Peter Bland ... Charlie

Daniel Hill ... Johnny
Godfrey James ... Omar
Michael Angelis ... Nick
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Ian Barritt ... Hildritch
Bruno Barnabe ... Mario
David Sinclair ... Harry
Jonathan Hackett ... Drunk in Pub

Season 1, Episode 11: You Gotta Have Friends

21 January 1980
When some bearer bonds belonging to gangster Bobby Altman go missing, he immediately suspects the courier Billy Gilpin and sends his heavies after him. Billy turns to Arthur and Terry for help and, whilst Terry manages to get him out of town to Brighton, Arthur has to talk his way out of things when Bobby takes him for a ride.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

George Baker ... Altman
Deborah Grant ... Lady Ingrave
David Buck ... Billy Gilpin
Brian Hall ... Alan
Allan Surtees ... D.I. Barnett
Prentis Hancock ... Stuart
Gary Whelan ... George
Terence Budd ... 1st Detective
Denise Distel ... Valerie

Roy Kinnear ... Whaley

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: National Pelmet

11 September 1980
On a trip to the seaside with Arthur Terry is asked to mind a race-horse called Pelmet and is happy to do so when he meets Jocelyn, the attractive female jockey. However it is stable girl Rita who takes a shine to the minder and her ex-husband who proves to be part of a scam involving the horse.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Liza Goddard ... Jocelyn

Jane Carr ... Rita

Ken Hutchison ... Brickett

Jim Norton ... O'Brady
Robert Swann ... Jeremy Burnham-Jones
Jeremy Young ... Everett
Bill Kerry ... Georgie Gumm (as Billy Kerry)
Raymond Young ... Clerk of the Scales
John Fahey ... Point to Point Bookie

Season 2, Episode 2: Whose Wife Is It Anyway?

18 September 1980
Arthur goes to the hospital to visit his friend Alex, who has been the victim of a hit-and-run incident. Whether or not it was an accident is a moot point as Terry discovers when he agrees to 'mind' Alex's antique shop for him and finds out that not everyone liked him.
George Cole ... Arthur Daley

Dennis Waterman ... Terry McCann
Janet Key ... Gloria Brompton
David Daker ... Alex Brompton
Alun Lewis ... Jim
John Forgeham ... George
Peter Cheevers ... Charlie
Molly Veness ... Grandma
David Auker ... Chas
Glynn Edwards ... Dave Harris
Victoria Fenton ... Sister

Stuart St. Paul ... Garry
Brian Jameson ... Ronald
Charles Pemberton ... Policeman

Season 2, Episode 3: You Lose Some, You Win Some

25 September 1980
Maurice Michaelson, a professional gambler of Arthur's acquaintance, has assembled a group of people who are capable of winning big time at the roulette tables at the local casino. However, he needs somewhere to hide them so as not to arouse suspicion. Unfortunately for Terry, who is looking forward to some quality time with his girlfriend Penny, his flat is the chosen venue.
George Cole ... Arthur Daley

Dennis Waterman ... Terry McCann

Anthony Valentine ... Maurice Michaelson
Gennie Nevinson ... Penny
Beth Morris ... Jackie
Peggy Thorpe-Bates ... Mrs. Beecham
Ronald Leigh-Hunt ... Major Lampson
Clifford Parrish ... Alnutt
Angela Easterling ... Miss Carr
Kenneth Midwood ... Jackson
Lesley Joseph ... Maureen
Leslie Schofield ... Parsons
Lynda Baron ... Sadie
Michael Watkins ... Tony
Sidney Livingstone ... George
Toni Palmer ... Woman at Health Farm
Pamela Manson ... Woman at Health Farm

Season 2, Episode 4: Don't Tell Them Willie Boy Was Here

2 October 1980
Terry is anxious to help boxer Willie Reynolds make a comeback in the ring but he is less than inspiring to the point that Barney, the promoter, is betting on his opponent to win. Terry is going to have to teach Willie about self-respect if he is going to get anywhere.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Alfred Marks ... Barney Mather

Paul Barber ... Willie Reynolds
Tania Rogers ... Ruth Reynolds
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Ronnie Stevens ... T.V. Compere
Benny Lee ... Boxing Comentator
Alex Tompkins ... Jack Straw
Dinny Powell ... Pug

Eddie Stacey ... Sparring Partner
Imogen Bickford-Smith ... Girl in Disco (as Imogen Bickford Smith)
Barry Wade ... Fashion Photographer

Vicki Michelle ... Sarah Jane
Mandy Perryment ... Trudy

Jackie Collins ... Herself
Helene Hunt ... Lady In Photo Shoot (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Not a Bad Lad, Dad

9 October 1980
Beryl Sharp, an old flame of Terry's, comes to see him with her nine-year old son Peter, telling Terry that she believes him to the boy's father. Beryl leaves peter with Terry and the pair bond but the real father is the truculent Ronnie and when he comes looking for Peter Terry has to teach him a lesson in fatherhood.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Warren O'Neill ... Peter
Sharon Duce ... Beryl
Gennie Nevinson ... Penny
Lesley Clare O'Neill ... Mary
Martin Bax ... Bob
Dicken Ashworth ... Ronnie
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Geoffrey Leesley ... Duty Sergeant
Ray Burdis ... Disco Youth
Nick Diprose ... Disco Youth (as Nicholas Diprose)
Stanley Price ... Publican

Season 2, Episode 6: The Beer Hunter

16 October 1980
An old Army pal of Arthur's, known as Yorkie, comes down to London to chat about old times and have a night on the ale. After a drinking session he goes missing and when Arthur catches up with him he has lost his trousers, apparently after a visit to a lady of pleasure. Yorkie's wife is due to arrive very soon and the trousers, or their replacement, will have to be found.
George Cole ... Arthur Daley

Dennis Waterman ... Terry McCann
Brian Glover ... Yorkie
Georgina Hale ... Renee
Pat Ashton ... Dora
Alan David ... Chef
Robert Blythe ... Coliver
Jo Warne ... Brenda
Bill Rourke ... Police Constable (as William Rourke)
Janine Duvitski ... Carol
Carlos Douglas ... Carlos
Marshall Ward ... Trev
Barrie Rutter ... Reg
Victor Baring ... Enrico
Harry Fielder ... Winchester Patron (uncredited)
Ralph Morse ... Winchester Patron (uncredited)
Lee Richards ... Barmaid (uncredited)
Phil Rose ... Darren (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: A Nice Little Wine

23 October 1980
Arthur buys a consignment of cheap red wine from dodgy wine merchant Clive Stannard but Clive is robbed of his takings by a masseuse at his hotel and suspects Arthur, sending a heavy after him. The police also suspect Arthur so he and Terry visit a sex shop in order to find the real culprits.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Peter Jeffrey ... Clive
Rachel Davies ... Bettina
Lois Baxter ... Sandra

Patrick Malahide ... D.S. Chisholm
Ron Pember ... George
Pam St. Clement ... Sandra's Mum
Diana Berriman ... Joan
Davyd Harries ... Policeman
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Donald Douglas ... Scots Winetaster
Michael Logan ... 1st Winetaster
James Griffiths ... 2nd Winetaster

Burt Kwouk ... Sojo

Season 2, Episode 8: All Mod Cons

30 October 1980
A landlady named Kate asks Terry to provide the muscle to help her remove a young couple of squatters. However Terry comes to realize that Kate is in the wrong and is illegally evicting the pair in order to get wealthier tenants. Arthur is no less unscrupulous when his first efforts to enter the property market involve trying to sell Terry's flat from under him.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Michael Robbins ... McQueen
Annette Lynton ... Helen

Toyah Willcox ... Kate
James Ottaway ... Vickery
Simon Cadell ... Simon

Michael O'Hagan ... Filmer
Mike Savage ... Bernie
Frances Low ... Shirley
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Tony Osoba ... Pearce
Sara Clee ... Rita

Douglas Reith ... Bellars
Michael Jayes ... Boardman
Harry Towb ... Harry
Steve Emerson ... Kate's Heavy #2 (uncredited)
Alf Joint ... Kate's Heavy #1 (uncredited)

Peter Wight ... Alan (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Diamonds Are a Girl's Worst Enemy

6 November 1980
Terry is acting as chauffeur for old flame Rose Mellors, a local gangster's wife. Unfortunately the car is stolen along with a bag of diamonds Rose had been handling for diamond dealer Mr Tajvir, who suspects Arthur and Terry of stealing them. To prove their innocence Terry uncovers a deception involving Rose herself.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Ann Lynn ... Rose
Tony Selby ... Jack
George Layton ... Des
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
John Ringham ... Harrison
Sam Kydd ... Sid
Celia Foxe ... Miss Cawley
Howard Attfield ... Driver
Leo Dolan ... Yoyo Pickles
Charles Cork ... 1st Player
John Mulcahy ... 2nd Player
Zia Mohyeddin ... Tajvir

Season 2, Episode 10: The Old School Tie

13 November 1980
With only three months to go of his sentence Terry's old school-friend George Palmer escapes from prison, protesting his innocence of the diamond robbery for which he was convicted. Terry gets a journalist to help clear George's name but then George is abducted by the real robbers and Terry has to rescue him.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Diana Malin ... Debbie

Paul Copley ... Palmer
Sherrie Hewson ... Olive
Peter Childs ... Rycott
Derek Thompson ... Harry
Paul Moriarty ... Wells
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Nick Stringer ... Tommy
Trevor Byfield ... Billy (as Ziggy Byfield)
Harold Berens ... Jacobson

Season 2, Episode 11: All About Scoring, Innit?

20 November 1980
When footballer Danny Varrow wants to sell his story to the press Arthur is only too happy to act as broker and gets Terry to mind him. Unfortunately Danny is a hopeless gambler who is wanted by a local bookie, and a hopeless womanizer being pursued by the irate dad of his latest girlfriend.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Karl Howman ... Danny Varrow
Adrienne Posta ... Jenny
George Sweeney ... Clifton Fields
Malcolm Hayes ... Robbie Costello
Sean Caffrey ... Leo Rafferty
Anthony Douse ... Ronnie Raikes
Forbes Collins ... Arklow
Martin Neil ... Reporter
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Bill Dean ... Police Sgt.
Rachel Herbert ... Club Receptionist
Mitzi Rogers ... Barmaid
Dino Shafeek ... Mini Cab Driver
Nicola Rowley ... Student Nurse (as Nikola Rowley)
Gill Clark ... Secretary (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Caught in the Act, Fact

27 November 1980
Terry helps out his friend Des by delivering a car but it is a getaway car that has been used in a robbery and Terry's finger-prints are found in it. Amazingly Arthur comes to his young minder's rescue by providing him with an alibi though more aggravation is provided by a magistrate who is also a thief.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
George Layton ... Des
Angela Browne ... Lady Margaret Thompson
Glyn Houston ... Harry

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Colin Prockter ... Stevie
Angus MacKay ... Mr. Knight (as Angus Mackay)
Ellis Dale ... Magistrate
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
James Marcus ... Bertie
Veronica Clifford ... Housewife
John Rolfe ... Collin
Ken Sharrock ... D.C. Jones

Season 2, Episode 13: A Lot of Bull and a Pat on the Back

4 December 1980
Arthur and Terry are hired by two farmers to transport a prize bull but when they find that it has been stolen Terry persuades Arthur to take a hated trip to the countryside to retrieve it and return it to its rightful owner. Terry also finds time to help his friend Debbie to identify her stalker, a brothel owner who has been scaring her fellow strippers.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Diana Malin ... Debbie
Gennie Nevinson ... Penny
Leon Sinden ... Smith
Derek Benfield ... Brown
Ann Bruce ... Bella
Ken Wynne ... Creasey
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Richard Cubison ... Heavy
Max Mason ... Shop Assistant
Leonard Braden ... Policeman
Pat Gorman ... Charlie (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Dead Men Do Tell Tales

13 January 1982
Monty Wiseman, a dodgy travel agent, pays Terry to collect a coffin from the airport and store it at Arthur's lock-up. It soon becomes clear that something very fishy is going on when a coroner demands to see the body for an autopsy and the coffin is moved to Terry's flat.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Harry Fowler ... Monty Wiseman
Patricia Maynard ... Mrs. Chambers
Derek Fowlds ... Meadhurst
Harold Innocent ... Incapable
Suzi Quatro ... Nancy (as Suzy Quatro)

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Michael Povey ... D C Jones
Eileen Way ... Mrs. Chambers' Mother
Rayner Bourton ... Randolf
Michael Jenkinson ... Vicar
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Season 3, Episode 2: You Need Hands

20 January 1982
Terry gets his hand broken in a fight whilst collecting a debt so Arthur temporarily employs a new minder in Vernon, to help him guard a consignment of diamonds that he is shipping out. In fact the consignment turns out to be drugs, placing Arthur in danger and requiring Terry to come to his assistance.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
George Layton ... Des

Julian Holloway ... Matthews
Mike Reid ... Vernon
Alan MacNaughton ... Merrick (as Alan MacNaughtan)
Harry Landis ... Lenny Bowman
Martin Fisk ... Security Guard
Gareth Milne ... Gerry
Richard Clay-Jones ... Mick
Steve Emerson ... Merrick's Heavy
Leslie Sarony ... Old Man
Nicola Kimber ... Carol
Debby Cumming ... Julie
Terry Gurry ... Bowman's Heavy
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Season 3, Episode 3: Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore

27 January 1982
When Terry gets a job as a security guard at an art gallery Arthur sees yet another golden opportunity to make money - forging old masters. He manages to find an extremely competent forger but along the way is blackmailed by an art dealer anxious to get in on the act.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
George Sewell ... Frank

Patricia Quinn ... Monica
Ewan Hooper ... Rory Quinn

Paul Gregory ... Dealer
John Tordoff ... Max
Steve Alder ... Kevin
Candy Davis ... Stripper
Roy Pannell ... Male Dancer
Douglas McFerran ... Quinn's Assistant
Monica Ramone ... 2nd Stripper
Peter Brayham ... 1st Heavy
Dave Holland ... 2nd Heavy
Valentino Musetti ... Gerry (as Val Musetti)
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Season 3, Episode 4: Looking for Micky

3 February 1982
With Terry looking out for him, 'Mad' Micky Dixon goes on the run from prison in order to protest his innocence over his latest conviction. The press are interested in finding Micky. Arthur is also interested as he is intent on making money by selling Micky's 'exclusive' story to them.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
John Labanowski ... Micky
Diana Malin ... Debbie
John Moffatt ... Freddie Baker

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Tom Watson ... Anker

Bill Nighy ... Oates
Richard Simpson ... Editor
Jim McManus ... George
Michael Povey ... D C Jones
Vanda Godsell ... Queenie
Marcia Tucker ... Housewife
Terence Plummer ... Alan (as Terry Plummer)
Stephen Phillips ... Billy
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Season 3, Episode 5: Dreamhouse

10 February 1982
Terry is hired to house-sit for the former sixties pop sensation Frankie Farrow whilst Frankie is appearing at a Las Vegas night-club. However after meeting Frankie's brother Derek he discovers that Frankie is a washed-up has-been touring the working men's clubs. He is also a bankrupt as Terry finds out when bailiffs arrive at Frankie's 'dream house' to repossess his belongings.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Richard Griffiths ... Derek Farrow

Wanda Ventham ... Beryl
Roger Sloman ... Silver
Dave Atkins ... Kenny
Sandy Ratcliff ... Barbara
Emma Garden ... Janet (as Emma Williams)
Ken Kitson ... Shades 1
Niall Padden ... Shades 2
Frank Coda ... Woods
Sylvia O'Donnell ... Receptionist

Clive Mantle ... Bernard
Adrian Mills ... Stanley
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Sidney Kean ... Harry (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Another Bride, Another Groom

17 February 1982
Arthur is organizing the limousine for his niece Trina's wedding with Terry as the chauffeur. To Terry's annoyance Arthur decides they must use the car to get rid of a load of pornographic magazines he has bought believing them to be books. The owner of the magazines and a corrupt policeman out to blackmail Arthur give chase.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Warren Clarke ... Ashmole
Ian Hogg ... Grantley
John Judd ... Noisy
Desmond McNamara ... Reggie
John Hartley ... Bernie
Peter Holt ... Readies
Mark Botham ... Darrell
Roger Kemp ... Malcolm
Jeffrey Segal ... Middle Aged Man
Richard Williams ... Stan
Jayne Lester ... Trina
Margaret Flint ... 1st Middle Aged Lady
Barbara Ashcroft ... 2nd Middle Aged Lady
Ivor Danvers ... Photographer
Michael Garner ... Groomsman
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Harry Fielder ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Birdman of Wormwood Scrubs

24 February 1982
An old lag who is a chum of Arthur's is released from prison determined to recover the remains of the loot from a bank robbery. However, the retired policeman who sent him down, a prison warder and various other interested parties join in the paper chase.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Maurice Denham ... Billings
Rula Lenska ... Kate

Stephen Greif ... Spencer
Avril Angers ... Mrs. Knight
Joe Ritchie ... Grundy
Frederick Treves ... Bank Manager
Charles Rogers ... Shop Assistant
Max Wall ... Ernie

Season 3, Episode 8: The Son Also Rises

3 March 1982
Muriel Standen calls upon Terry's services as a bodyguard when her teenage son John is beaten up by local thugs and Terry ends up taking the lad to and from school. John's father Ted is a wealthy property developer and it soon transpires that his ex-business partner, recently out of jail, is behind the attacks on John as he feels cheated by Ted.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Alfie Bass ... Morrie Levin
Annabel Leventon ... Muriel Standen
Gareth Hunt ... Ted Standen
Stephen Garlick ... John Standen
Gary Waldhorn ... Alex Rowan
Bobbie Brown ... Julie
Nigel Humphreys ... Ronald
David Arlen ... Phil
Christopher Ellison ... Charlie
Christopher Coll ... Probation Officer Morley
Ozzie Stevens ... 1st Youth
Steve Fletcher ... 2nd Youth
Kevin Hart ... Schoolboy
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Season 3, Episode 9: Why Pay Tax

10 March 1982
Terry agrees to accompany a bookie named Barry to an empty car-park where Barry is going to hand over the winnings to a punter. Too late, however, Terry realizes that he has been caught up in a scam, as a witness to a fake robbery for insurance purposes.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Nigel Davenport ... Ray
Kika Markham ... Dolly
Michael Medwin ... Barry
Roger Brierley ... Cyril
Ronny Cush ... Ram (as Ronnie Cush)
Shay Gorman ... Forman
Peter Machin ... Doctor
Cecil Cheng ... Mr. Wong
Richard Bartlett ... Settler
Eliza Buckingham ... Woman Customer
Kevin Burke ... Young Policeman
Paul Weston ... Man in Car
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Season 3, Episode 10: Broken Arrow

17 March 1982
Arthur encounters Dafydd, a young Welshman who is a superb darts player and enters him for a contest, where he gets nobbled. Undeterred Arthur decides to manage Dafydd and enter him for a darts competition financed by himself with a win-win situation for him. Unfortunately very few people want to enter and Arthur has trouble in getting together the prize money.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Sean Mathias ... Dafydd
Edward Peel ... Ted
Maggie Steed ... Sherry
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Michael Graham Cox ... Wally
John Joyce ... Eddie Pitt
Chris Johnston ... Eric
Paddy Joyce ... Pat
Jonathan Kydd ... Len
Gary Olsen ... Derek
Jestyn Phillips ... Mr. Rice
Virginia Denham ... Sister
Mike Kemp ... Caller (Irish Pub)
Alfred Maron ... Little Freddie
Roy Pattison ... Man at Silver Rose
Honora Burke ... Woman at Silver Rose

Season 3, Episode 11: Poetic Justice, Innit?

24 March 1982
Terry's girlfriend Debbie is now working as a mobile hair-dresser but unfortunately the first house she visits gets robbed. Debbie is a witness to the robbery but the police suspect that she and Terry may be the perpetrators. Meanwhile Arthur prepares for jury service to the horror of his arch-enemy DS Chisholm.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Diana Malin ... Debbie

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Michael Culver ... Soames
Michael Povey ... DC Jones
Barrie Cookson ... Parsons
Peter-Hugo Daly ... Knowles
Stephen Bent ... Roberts
Oscar Narciso ... Waiter

Tony Barton ... Fish & Chip Proprietor
James Cossins ... Judge
Anthony Dawes ... Mr. Notting QC
Bernard Horsfall ... Mr. Russel QC
Michael Browning ... Clerk of the Court
Catherine Chase ... Usher
Larry Martyn ... Smith
John Bardon ... Juror
Pamela Cundell ... Juror
Anthony Chinn ... Juror
Bridget McConnell ... Juror (as Bridget McConnel)
Anton Darby ... Juror
Jamila Massey ... Juror
Lloyd McGuire ... Juror
Gwyneth Strong ... Juror
David Sibley ... Juror
April Walker ... Juror
Larrington Walker ... Juror

Season 3, Episode 12: Back in Good Old England

31 March 1982
When Jack 'Oily' Wragg, a villain who has fled the country, returns to London, Terry is in two minds as to whether to welcome him or not. That is, until it transpires that Wragg has come back to try and re-group his old gang for one more heist.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Pete Postlethwaite ... Jack Wragg (as Peter Postlethwaite)
George Layton ... Des
Peter Childs ... Rycott
David Hargreaves ... Archie
Norman Beaton ... Billy
George Camiller ... Angelis
Tariq Yunus ... Chris
Barry McCarthy ... Neville

John Benfield ... Painter
Tony Westrope ... McClure
Jonty Miller ... The Barker
Royston Tickner ... The Skipper
Milton Cadman ... Car Owner
Stanley McGeagh ... Police Sergeant
Kathleen St. John ... Old Lady
Peter Joyce ... Detective Constable
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Pat Gorman ... Mechanic (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: In

7 April 1982
Arthur takes possession of a BMW imported from Germany but his car lot is raided and the car proved to be part of a drug importation racket. Whilst Arthur is interrogated by Inspector Klingmann Terry sets out to locate the delivery driver, leading to a punch-up on a bus.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Brian Cox ... Frank
Frederick Jaeger ... Inspector Klingmann
Peter Childs ... Rycott
Diane Langton ... Rita
Russell Hunter ... Billy 'The Ferret' (as Russel Hunter)
John Hallam ... Gypsy Joe
Lindy Whiteford ... Bridget

Linal Haft ... Ronnie
Debbie Wheeler ... Karen
John Rapley ... Punter
Barry Stanton ... Georgie
Stafford Gordon ... Armstrong
Michael Maynard ... Finger Print Officer
Colin Edwynn ... Gaoler
Dominic Allan ... Police Doctor

Annette Badland ... Nurse
Edward Kelsey ... Foreman
Peter van Dissel ... Plain Clothes Man (as Peter Van Dissel)
Timothy Block ... Armed Officer
Trevor Cooper ... Officer 2
P.J. Davidson ... Sergeant (as P.J.Davidson)

Alan Polonsky ... Policeman
Ron Aldridge ... Officer 3 (as Ron Alridge)
Brian Grellis ... Van Radio Officer
Kelvin Omard ... Gary
Farrell Sheridan ... Mechanic
David Gretton ... Escort Officer
Simon Watkins ... Heavy No. 1
Kelvin Spooner ... Van Driver

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 0: Minder's Christmas Bonus

26 December 1983
In a less than humming Winchester Club Arthur, Terry and Dave look back on some of the scrapes into which Arthur has got himself and Terry over the past months in what is essentially a clip show, using extracts from earlier episodes and some new material filmed inside the Winchester Club.

Season 4, Episode 1: Rocky Eight and a Half

11 January 1984
After watching a pirate boxing match Arthur suggests to Terry that he should get back into the ring and fight Jackie Wilson. This was the man whom Terry last fought several years earlier, losing his licence when he deliberately threw the fight.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
George Innes ... Harry Lynch
Christine Kavanagh ... Nicky
David Lodge ... Soldier Atkins
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Peter Childs ... Rycott

Ian McNeice ... Eric Morgan
Anna Nygh ... Brenda Wilson
Peter Cheevers ... Jackie Wilson
Frank Gatliff ... Darrow
Herbert Norville ... Young Black
Peter Kosta ... Chris
Doreen Keogh ... Mrs. Lynch
Donald Eccles ... Medical Official
Alex Leppard ... Cabby
John Fowler ... Youth
Brian Calloway ... Barman
Joe Iles ... Henry (as Joseph Iles)
Jonathan Burn ... Boxing M.C.
Bruce Wells ... Boxing Referee

Season 4, Episode 2: Senior Citizen Caine

18 January 1984
Recently-widowed garage owner Cecil Caine asks for Terry's help in protecting his interests. He wants money moved out to thwart the V.A.T man but he has left the business to his greedy children who are all out for themselves. Terry's principles are at odds with Arthur's desire to get himself a cheap Rolls Royce.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Lionel Jeffries ... Cecil Caine
Keith Barron ... Johnny Caine
Angela Richards ... Sheila Jones
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Susan Fleetwood ... Sonia Caine
Fiona Curzon ... Christine Caine
John Carlin ... Derek

James Cosmo ... Jock McLeish
Griffith Davies ... Drunk
Norman Lumsden ... Vicar
Kenneth Keeling ... Doctor Roberts
Stan Pretty ... Eddie
Chris Webb ... Bob
Anthony Hall ... The V.A.T. Man
Iain Rattray ... Scotsman
Jonathan Barlow ... Policeman
Gillian Taylforth ... Girl in Pub
Kim Taylforth ... Girl in Pub

Season 4, Episode 3: High Drains Pilferer

25 January 1984
Terry is working as a driver for Mickey 'The Fish' Metcalfe, who is not a man to be trifled with, so that when a sneak thief of Terry's acquaintance climbs through a window and makes off with Mickey's girlfriend's jewels it is down to Terry to retrieve them.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

David Calder ... Micky (The Fish) Metcalfe
Sheila Ruskin ... Susie Blake

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Chris Matthews ... Eddie Venables

Paul Brooke ... Hamster
Jeremy Child ... Mandeville
Hugh Sullivan ... Harbot
Michael Povey ... D.C. Jones
Richard Caldicot ... Ernie Kestle
Keith Smith ... Morris
Amanda Kemp ... Laura
Taylor McAuley ... Tucker
Thomas Baptiste ... Mr. Mikabwe

Season 4, Episode 4: Sorry Pal, Wrong Number

1 February 1984
Arthur's latest money-making scheme, in partnership with veteran con artist J.J. Mooney, involves a race tipping scam with an imaginary office. They hire a postal address and use three public telephone boxes, which it is Terry's job to mind, making sure they are free. However, things go horribly wrong when Mooney has a heart attack.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

T.P. McKenna ... J.J.Mooney

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Shaun Curry ... Sprott
Jumoke Debayo ... Petal
Timothy Bateson ... Railwayman
Rosalind Lloyd ... Fenella
Royce Mills ... Andrew

Vinny Mann ... Tony (as Vivian Mann)
Russell Wootton ... Tax Inspector (as Russel Wootton)
Hugh Futcher ... Mo
Caroline Gruber ... Nurse
David Janes ... Ernie Grahame
Angela Wynter ... Sylvia
Lee Walker ... Printer
Alan Thompson ... Video Man
Alan Chuntz ... Punter in betting shop
Barry Philips ... Client One
Chuck Julian ... Client Two
Richard Wilding ... Car Driver

Season 4, Episode 5: The Car Lot Baggers

8 February 1984
A group of gypsies are suspected of intimidating a car-dealer friend of Arthur's but they come to Terry's rescue when the real villains turn out to be supposedly respectable businessmen. Arthur is pursued by a merry widow to whose funeral parlour he hopes to sell hearses.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
June Whitfield ... Mrs. Murdoch

Jimmy Nail ... Nathan Loveridge

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Antony Scott ... Wally (as Harry Scott)

James Faulkner ... Apsimon
Colin Jeavons ... Fribbins
Christopher Benjamin ... Mr. Rushmer
Artro Morris ... De Ath

Ray Winstone ... Arnie
Martin Anthony ... Nelson
Gabriel Kern ... Harry
Chloe Salaman ... Ellen
Del Baker ... Ikey

Jeff Stewart ... Mick (as Jeffrey Stewart)
John Altman ... Cabbie
Eddie Caswell ... Landlord

Season 4, Episode 6: If Money Be the Food of Love, Play On

15 February 1984
When the lovely Dee Collins arrives in the Winchester, with her friend Greg, having flown all the way from their native Australia, everybody is captivated by her charm, especially Arthur, who agrees to help her trace her missing fiancé. She is, of course, not what she seems and the supposed love of her life is a fellow villain whom she is pursuing with a vengeance.
George Cole ... Arthur Daley

Dennis Waterman ... Terry McCann

Larry Lamb ... Greg Collins

Penny Downie ... Dee Rogers
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Peter Childs ... Rycott
Patrick Monckton ... Carp
Barry Jackson ... Mournful
Keith Bell ... Gary Mitchell

Julianne White ... Sandra
Sally Tayler ... Lisa
Howard Lew Lewis ... Ronnie Aldridge
Christopher Driscoll ... Freddy
Peter Quince ... Keith
Christine Ellerbeck ... Boutique Assistant
Bernie Searle ... Bobby Finch
Laurence Harrington ... Builder

Season 4, Episode 7: A Star Is Gorn

22 February 1984
Pressurized pop star Zack Zolar fakes his own death and Terry tries to protect him from his ruthless manager and producer, both of whom seek to exploit him by releasing his 'posthumous' last hit. The recording somehow ends up in Arthur's lock-up and, inevitably, he too wants to get in on the act.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Mel Smith ... Cyril Ash
Primi Townsend ... Sharon
Charles Kay ... John Sutton
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Peter Childs ... Rycott
Michael Troughton ... Melish
Michael Holoway ... Zac Zolar / Albert Trout / Alan Trent (as Mike Holoway)
Jackie Smith-Wood ... Jessica Trent
Billy Hamon ... Lindsay Browne
Michael Deeks ... Billy Cronin
Pearl Hackney ... Maude Trout
Michael Wynne ... Freddy King
Tim Healy ... George
Carrie Jones ... Sarah

Season 4, Episode 8: Willesden Suite

29 February 1984
Having been invited to speak at the Rotary Club where Terry is the security guard, Arthur sees the chance to better himself by providing the catering for a local hotel. Terry, meanwhile, helps a young girl from Liverpool who wants to be a model but is ripped off by an unscrupulous photographer.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Toby Robins ... Norma Bates

Bernard Kay ... Charles Riding
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Sally Jane Jackson ... Karen Bradly
William Simons ... Pongo Harris
Susan Kyd ... Sue

Michael Maloney ... Father Andrew
John Malcolm ... Father Michael
Frank Duncan ... Philip Higgins
John Rowe ... Chief Inspector Baxter
Valentine Palmer ... Barry
Reece Dinsdale ... Steve
Brian Hawksley ... Mr. Robinson
Peter Sproule ... Sullivan

Season 4, Episode 9: Windows

7 March 1984
Arthur decides to cash in on the fitness craze by opening his own aerobics suite named the Daley Work-out staffed by moon-lighting casino staff but runs into trouble when his business partner's wife and daughter disappear. Inevitably the project is forced to close whilst Terry plays marriage guidance councillor to the Anglo-Italian Mancini family.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Stephen Rea ... Roddy Allan
Jenifer Landor ... Laura Mancini Allan (as Jennifer Landor)

Patrick Troughton ... Joe Mancini
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Tony Anholt ... Johnny Petselli
Ruth Goring ... Helena Mancini

Janet Fielding ... Janice
Valerie Buchanan ... Linda
Catherine Rabett ... Louise
Alexander Morton ... Alex
Billy Hartman ... Billy
Robert Pereno ... Marco Mancini
Eddie Mineo ... Anthony Mancini
Mark Lewis ... Rico
Lawrence Lambert ... Derek
Judith Byfield ... Ms. Knight
Jack Le White ... Old Irishman
Sara Filek ... Maria-Elaine Allan

Season 4, Episode 10: Get Daley

14 March 1984
Arthur is the sole witness when a punter drops down dead after being threatened by the illegal bookie Albert Wendle, to whom he owed money. Arthur is questioned by Chisholm but released. However whilst in hospital for a minor operation Arthur is threatened by Wendle and it is fortunate that Terry is able to persuade Chisholm to arrest him.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Maureen O'Farrell ... Sandra

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Roger Hammond ... Albert Wendell
Ian Bartholomew ... Keith Wendell
Michael Povey ... D.C. Jones
Kevin Lloyd ... Dermott
Brian Peck ... Vic Harrison
Brian Osborne ... Joe Harrison
Harold Goodwin ... Dunning

Gorden Kaye ... Sammy (as Gordon Kaye)
Frank Mills ... Harry Martin
Peter Alexander ... Tony Apsey
Miranda Forbes ... Nurse
David Hanson ... Dr. Hills
Richard Warner ... Fowler
Janis Winters ... Night Nurse

Season 4, Episode 11: A Well Fashioned Fit-Up

21 March 1984
Terry is engaged to act as minder for the fashion collection of buyer Ronald Shyver, guarding his warehouse overnight but as he has another appointment Arthur agrees to take his place. Next morning the entire collection has disappeared leading Terry to suspect a scam to cheat Zoe, the collection's designer.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Sara Sugarman ... Zoe
Stanley Meadows ... Ronnie Shyvers
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Christopher Fulford ... Billy

Gerard Murphy ... Kevin O'Hara

Sean Lawlor ... Eddie
Oengus MacNamara ... Colin (as Oengus Macnamara)
Bunny Reed ... 'Giant'
Jack Chissick ... Boutique Owner
Richard Ireson ... Market Stallholder
Fleur Chandler ... Fashion Buyer
Carol Harrison ... Receptionist (as Carole Harrison)
Trevor Steedman ... Nigel

Christopher Dunne ... Irish Fiddler
George Little ... Ted

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Goodbye Sailor

5 September 1984
Arthur plans to make a killing by buying some cheap tobacco from a sailor coming over from France and sends Terry and young Arnie down to the coast to meet the prospective sellers. When Arthur joins them he learns that two respectable sailing club members are the actual importers and the party sets out in a yacht to make the deal. On their return they are intercepted by a customs launch and the spoils thrown overboard though Arthur is quick to retrieve then when they are washed up on a beach.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Moray Watson ... Commander Hawksly

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm

Ray Winstone ... Arnie
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Sarah Berger ... Penny
Michael Povey ... D.C.Jones
Reginald Marsh ... Johnny Winstanley
Rashid Karapiet ... Larry Patel
Anthony Langdon ... Harry Baily
Freddie Stuart ... Van Driver
Marc Gebhard ... Antoine
Peter Rutherford ... Large Man

Bill Treacher ... Punter
Derrick Fincham ... Customs Man
Sandra Kneller ... Secretary
Lee Richards ... Barmaid at Yacht Club (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: What Makes Shamy Run?

12 September 1984
Shamy is a young Indian who has owed Arthur money for a while and eventually gets round to paying him. Unfortunately the £20 notes he gives Arthur are forgeries, a fact which comes to Arthur's attention when he is accused of trying to spend them in the Winchester Club. In the meantime Shamy is heading for the airport and a flight back to India.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Art Malik ... Shamy

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Madhav Sharma ... Mr. Mitra
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Michael Povey ... D.C.Jones
Jacqueline Reddin ... Gayle
Chrissie Cotterill ... Denise

Robbie Coltrane ... Mr. Henry
Fred Evans ... The Syrup

Albert Moses ... Ajit Desai
Stacy Davies ... Smudger
Michael McCabe ... Hotel Manager (as Mike McCabe)
Moti Makan ... Indian in Pub
Ishaq Bux ... Elderly Indian Man
Rani Singh ... Indian Housewife
Francesca Whitburn ... Betting Shop Settler

Season 5, Episode 3: A Number of Old Wives Tales

19 September 1984
Arthur and Terry are initially surprised that the apparently confident and successful businessman Clive Cosgrove should be so apprehensive about getting married. Until, that is, the truth dawns on them. All of Clive's business concerns are run by manageresses and he is already married to all of them.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Patrick Mower ... Clive Cosgrove

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Ray Winstone ... Arnie
Vivienne Ritchie ... Angie
Sue Holderness ... Laura
Kate Williams ... Mary
Belinda Sinclair ... Mavis
Sonia Fox ... Kathy
Gary Holton ... Barry
Jonathan Kydd ... Ernie
Michael Povey ... Jones
Kenneth Waller ... Roland
David Weston ... Peter
Michael Attwell ... Harry
Bill Moody ... Man with Car
Su Elliot ... Housewife

Peter Dennis ... Geoffrey
Una Brandon-Jones ... Elderly Lady

Season 5, Episode 4: The Second Time Around

26 September 1984
Arthur's friend Ruby Hubbard, an authoress, returns to London to write a new book and to sell her house, only to find that Barney, her ex-husband, has sold the house behind her back. She seeks Arthur's help in recouping the money whilst Terry and Ruby's secretary come up with ideas for the latest book.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Beryl Reid ... Ruby Hubbard
Bill Maynard ... Barney Todd
John F. Landry ... Ronnie Todd (as John Landry)
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Fiona Mollison ... Susan Hall
Ivor Roberts ... Jack Hodgson
Dot Rubin ... Jane Lugg
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Andy
Peter Birrel ... John Scott
Barry Martin ... Tony Strong
David Webb ... John Draham
Sara Heliane Elliot ... Temp
Erika Hoffman ... Faith

Season 5, Episode 5: Second Hand Pose

3 October 1984
After he has got himself stuck in an industrial meat freezer cabinet whilst working for Arthur, Terry decides to leave his services and help his friend Charlie in the second hand business. Unfortunately for Terry, whatever he does Arthur is never far away.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Billy Murray ... Charlie Pope
Stacy Dorning ... Abigail Collins
Peter Childs ... Rycott
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
David Warbeck ... Roger Collins
Michael Troughton ... Melish
Ann Morrish ... Miss Turner
Andrew Lodge ... John Rawlings
Tilly Vosburgh ... Mary Tate
Johnny Shannon ... Roly-Poly Peter
Roy Boyd ... Bill
Tim Pearce ... Ben

Eileen Nicholas ... Jane
Roger Nott ... Ambulance Attendant
Philip Shelley ... Policeman

Season 5, Episode 6: The Long Ride Back to Scratchwood

10 October 1984
Ever on the look-out to make money, Arthur buys two thousand tickets for an England-Scotland match at Wembley from ex-Liverpool footballer 'Benno' Benson, and drives North to Scotland with the long-suffering Terry and eager apprentice Justin to sell them to Scots fans. The tickets are, however, forgeries as Benno is a con-man and a van-load of angry men are in pursuit of Arthur and his travelling companions.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Mark Farmer ... Justin James
Alan Hunter ... Steve Benson
James Marcus ... Phil
Jon Croft ... Alisdair Frazier
Derek Martin ... Cedric
David Beale ... Theo Warren
Brian Haines ... Tax Inspector

Nicolas Chagrin ... Mario
Helen Keating ... Mrs. James
Peter Needham ... Joe Eldon
David Beckett ... Mechanic
James Coyle ... Scots Fan
Brian Binns ... Autograph Hunter
Sid Golder ... Greengrocer (as Sydney Golder)
Annabel Price ... Helga

Season 5, Episode 7: Hypnotising Rita

17 October 1984
Arthur and Terry help Dr. Sudbury, a hypnotherapist, and his teenaged fiancee Rita, who is an heiress about to inherit £25,000, escape her disapproving family who say the doctor has hypnotized Rita into falling for him so he can claim her money. Terry, meanwhile, becomes a hit with the ladies when he becomes a steam-cleaning operative.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur

Donald Sumpter ... Sudbury
Nicola Cowper ... Rita
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
June Brown ... Joany
Ray Burdis ... Jimmy Elliot
Renu Setna ... Mr. Sharma

Frank Williams ... Mr. Chicory
Margery Withers ... Lady in Flat
Sally Faulkner ... Clare
Sheila Mathews ... Mrs. Boswell
Michael Redfern ... Driver
Charles Rea ... Spriggs
Tony Calvert ... Benjy
Vincent Allen ... Barney

Season 5, Episode 8: The Balance of Power

31 October 1984
Arthur stands as an independent candidate at the local bye-election but the seat holds the balance of power for the whole borough and his rivals use dirty tricks, landing him in custody. Can Terry's journalist girlfriend Julie spring him in time for him to address his crucial campaign meeting?

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Caroline Langrishe ... Julie Waters

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Michael Povey ... D.C. Jones
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Peter Woodthorpe ... Lent
Clifford Rose ... Cooke
Brian McDermott ... Blakeney
Neville Jason ... Rutherford

Nicholas Courtney ... Raymond Wilkins
Michael Ripper ... Commissionaire
Lennard Pearce ... George
Alex McAvoy ... Macintyre

Chris Sullivan ... Poker Player
Julie May ... Woman with chocolates
Jim Dunk ... Man with hedge
Joyce Parry ... Woman at door
Graham Cull ... Taxi Driver

Season 5, Episode 9: Around the Corner

26 December 1984
Arthur's get-rich-quick schemes are, as usual, going nowhere fast. He invests in a racing greyhound which he calls Daley's Deal but it is a non-starter. Furthermore his efforts to make a profit from some dodgy video recorders obtained from Tasty Tim attract the attention of several members of the police, with the resultant pursuit ending with a bang.

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Give Us This Day Arthur Daley's Bread

4 September 1985
When Arthur Daley meets a philanthropic vicar who runs a social club for ex-convicts he greedily recruits them as cheap labour to build a garden rockery for a trusting client. Alas, they are not only incompetent but they are also robbing local houses, hiding the loot at the church. Chisholm is suspicious. Arthur and Terry have to think fast.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
James Booth ... Godfrey
Sylvia Kay ... Mrs. Hurst
Norman Eshley ... Rev. Redwood
Michael Povey ... D.C.Jones
David Jackson ... Marion
Nat Jackley ... Paper
Eric Francis ... Glue
David Jessiman ... Vincent
Geraldine Alexander ... Fiona
Avril Elgar ... Mrs. Bickerton-Jones
Ellis Dale ... Mr. Howlett
Patsy Smart ... Mrs. Foskitt
Paul Cooper ... Ron
Roger Tallon ... 1st Policeman
David Landberg ... 2nd Policeman

Season 6, Episode 2: Life in the Fast Food Lane

11 September 1985
Terry's new girlfriend Sarah turns out to be the daughter of a possessive burger millionaire who is paranoid that all her boyfriends are after her money. Arthur, in the red after a deal involving dodgy car-phones, agrees, for a fee, to split the couple up by telling Sarah that Terry has a terminal illness.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Jan Francis ... Sarah Bates

Timothy Carlton ... Granger
David Daker ... Sir Ronald Bates
Michael Povey ... D.C. Jones

Peter Capaldi ... Ozzie
Jake D'Arcy ... McTaggart
Debbie Arnold ... Julie

Benjamin Whitrow ... Doctor
Annee Blott ... 1st Prostitute

Cate Fowler ... 2nd Prostitute
Royce Mills ... Andrew
James Griffiths ... Marketing Man
Melanie Hughes ... Shop Assistant
James Duggan ... Cedric
Howard Attfield ... Private Detective
Bernard Taylor ... Hotel Detective
Emma Shaw ... Sir Ronald's Secretary
Peter Brayham ... Heavy
Terence Plummer ... Heavy (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: The Return of the Invincible Man

18 September 1985
When Arthur's tailor Solly's staff strike for more pay Solly asks Arthur to stage a burglary to prove the wages were stolen. Inept safe-cracker Scotch Harry is keen to oblige but fails miserably, ending up in hospital, swathed in bandages. Arthur and Terry spring him before Chisholm can identify him but his aggrieved ex-wife is not the best choice of sanctuary.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Phil McCall ... Scotch Harry
Anne Kristen ... Margaret Stuart

John Bluthal ... Solly Salmon
Michael Povey ... D.C. Jones
Michael Sarne ... Billy Beesley
David Shawyer ... Benny Beesley

Anna Savva ... Angie
Shevaun Briars ... Nurse (as Shevaun Bryers)
David Shaughnessy ... Doctor
Cleo Sylvestre ... Ward Sister
Pat Roach ... Painter
Paul Cooper ... Ron

Season 6, Episode 4: Arthur Is Dead, Long Live Arthur

25 September 1985
Faced with a huge tax bill, Arthur fakes his own death by drowning and hides out in a hotel but Chisholm is suspicious as there is no body, Arthur's creditors steal what he owes them, his wife puts the car lot up for sale and the hotel owner, Daphne, recognizes him. Fortunately she is bribeable which works to his advantage.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Penny Morrell ... Daphne Mount
Mark Farmer ... Justin
Royce Mills ... Andrew
Michael Povey ... D.C. Jones
John Alkin ... John Beadle
Jonathan Elsom ... Mr. Muir
Timothy Kightley ... Undertaker
Jon Laurimore ... Newspaper Editor
Ben Howard ... Second Hand Sid
Robert Austin ... Freddy The Fly
Johnnie Wade ... Albert (as Johnny Wade)
Paul Cooper ... Ron
Barry Ewart ... 1st Reporter
John Livesey ... 2nd Reporter

Season 6, Episode 5: From Fulham with Love

2 October 1985
Already put out at having to employ gormless nephew Nigel at the car lot, Arthur's day gets worse when he sells a load of goods to Russian sailor Sergei, who goes off on a pub crawl, leaving Arthur with a wad of roubles the bank cannot cash (as "forbidden currency") and the ship's glamorous bosun pursuing him for aiding a defector. When the over-zealous Chisholm arrests crew members along with Arthur, Terry and Nigel, an international incident is only narrowly avoided.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Rula Lenska ... Natasha
Joe Melia ... Ernie

Michael Gothard ... Sergei
Michael Povey ... D.C. Jones
Jonathan Warren ... Nigel
Tony Caunter ... Chief Insp. Norton
Czeslaw Grocholski ... Russian Captain
Alexei Jawdokimov ... Vladimir
Mitzi Mueller ... Lubov
Paul Haley ... Police Sergeant
Richard Piper ... Micky Coyne
Bill Thomas ... Ronnie
April Walker ... Bank Teller
Claire Davenport ... Nigel's Mum
Peter Majer ... 1st Russian Crewman
David Marrick ... 2nd Russian Crewman

Season 6, Episode 6: Waiting for Goddard

9 October 1985
Private investigator Caroline Selby seeks Arthur's help in locating eccentric recluse and inventor Albert Goddard, who has come into an inheritance. Seeking a rake-off, Arthur acts as go-between, installing Albert in a 'safe house' - rather against his will - and trying to palm off one of the inventions as his own. The finder's fee is, however, paltry compared to the sum involved. Chisholm, meanwhile, finds he has literally been 'stitched up' on a visit to his tailor.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm

Ronald Fraser ... Albert Goddard
Mel Martin ... Caroline Selby
Kenneth Cope ... Scooter
Michael Povey ... D.C. Jones
Donald Douglas ... Mr. Prosser
Dimitri Andreas ... Georgie
Hilary Gish ... Bank Teller
Douglas Milvain ... Bank Manager
Sean Barrett ... Mugger
Christopher Whitehouse ... Irishman

Season 6, Episode 7: Minder on the Orient Express

25 December 1985
Feature-length special from the popular TV series "Minder". Saving deceased gangster Jack South's daughter Nikki from an attack by hired thugs earns "minder" Terry McCann a trip for two across Europe on the famous Orient Express. But a perfect romantic opportunity with his girlfriend Annie is ruined when his dodgy employer & "friend" Arthur Daley cons his way onto the trip to avoid a court appearance, and Terry again finds himself battling to protect Nikki from a whole train load of sinister characters all after Nikki's legacy. Add to this a Mafia hitman, a gun-toting Interpol officer and an unwelcome appearance by Terry & Arthurs' London nemesis, the long suffering Detective Sergeant Chisholm...
George Cole ... Arthur Daley

Dennis Waterman ... Terry McCann
Glynn Edwards ... Dave Harris
Peter Childs ... DS Rycott

Patrick Malahide ... DS Chisholm
Ralph Bates ... François LeBlanc

Robert Beatty ... The Judge

Honor Blackman ... Helen Spender

James Coombes ... Mark Graves
Maurice Denham ... Meredith Gascoyne
Adam Faith ... James Crane

James Faulkner ... Ted Moore
Ronald Lacey ... Harry Ridler

Amanda Pays ... Nikki South
Manning Redwood ... Angelo Cappelloni
John Hartley ... Jack South
Alexandra Avery ... Young Nikki
Katherine Schofield ... Deborah South
Arthur Whybrow ... 'Bozz' Boswell
Karl Howman ... Browning

Jesse Birdsall ... Pope

Linal Haft ... Brian Gamage
Jonathan Kydd ... Van Driver
Linda Hayden ... Annie
Frank Duncan ... Bank Official
Dennis Edwards ... Mr Dryden
Patrick Field ... Barry Hart
Michael Povey ... DC Jones
Michael Troughton ... DC Melish
Milton Cadman ... Police Constable
Garfield Morgan ... Superintendent Mason
David Beale ... Car Customer
Richard Linford ... Hooray Henry
Hans Meyer ... Kurt Wengler
Katja Kersten ... Karen Wengler
Virginia Wetherell ... Debbie Moore
Debbie Arnold ... Angelo's Girlfriend
Roger Tallon ... English Waiter
Helen Horton ... Judge's Wife
John Serret ... Chef de Train
John Moreno ... Claude
Colin Vancao ... French Waiter

Daniel Rovai ... French Chef

Peter Dennis ... Club owner (uncredited)
Tony Hawks ... Honeymoon groom on platform (uncredited)
Lee Richards ... Whore in street (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 8: A Little Bit of Give and Take

1986
A public information film to spread the anti-drugs message to children.
George Cole ... Arthur Daley

Dennis Waterman ... Terry McCann
Glynn Edwards ... Dave (as Glyn Edwards)
Christopher Routh ... Shaun (as Chris Routh)
Adam Armstrong ... Tim
Lee Martin Gotch ... Lee
Elaine Lordan ... Sharon (as Elaine Lourdan)
Martin Tempest ... Darren

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 0: An Officer and a Car Salesman

26 December 1988
Special feature length edition of the popular TV series. After "minder" Terry McCann does a stretch in prison for getting caught up in one of his boss Arthur Daley's shady deals, their long & turbulent partnership seems to be at an end. But Arthur's dealings with a former army Colonel, Caplan, who is running a "survivalist" centre in suburban England and for whom Arthur is supplying army surplus equipment, reunites the two when they stumble across a plot hatched by Caplan and his "troops" to stage a bullion robbery - the security for which is supervised by their old enemy, former detective sergeant "Charlie" Chisholm!

Dennis Waterman ... Terry McCann
George Cole ... Arthur Daley

Patrick Malahide ... Chisholm
Glynn Edwards ... Dave Harris
Peter Childs ... DS Rycott
Michael Povey ... DC Jones

Richard Briers ... Col. Caplan

Diana Quick ... Angie
Mark McManus ... Dixon

Simon Williams ... Roger
Garfield Morgan ... Supt. Mason
George Sweeney ... Alfie

Clive Swift ... Chisholm's Director
Al Ashton ... Bindle
John Judd ... Williams
Nigel Miles-Thomas ... Mitchell
Gary Raynsford ... Cooper
Gordon Salkilld ... Gold Refinery Manager

Timothy Carlton ... Assistant Commissioner
Iain Rattray ... Police Officer
Jim Dunk ... Prison Gatekeeper
Bill Leadbitter ... Musket One
Martin Fisk ... Security Guard
Sean Blowers ... Security Guard
Sean Barry-Weske ... Chief Superintendent (uncredited)
Thomas Kett ... Harry (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 1: It's a Sorry Lorry Morrie

2 January 1989
Terry goes into panic mode when he finds himself facing the prospect of another stint in prison after the police stake-out a stolen van full of electrical items that he has collected for Arthur. Meanwhile, Arthur has his own preoccupations, especially as his used-car business remains dead.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Ronald Fraser ... Self-Inflicted Sid

Roy Kinnear ... Fat Charlie
Peter Childs ... Rycott
Michael Povey ... Jones
Mark Farmer ... Justin
Garfield Morgan ... Supt. Mason
James Marcus ... Morrie
Michael Troughton ... Melish
Robin Cameron ... MacDonald
Kenneth Farrington ... George (as Ken Farrington)
Steve McFadden ... Mickey
Terry John ... Bertie
Thomas Kett ... Harry
Catrina Hylton ... Girl in Launderette (as Catrina Hylton-Hull)
Claire Toeman ... Young Mother
Tom Owen ... Keith
Michael Stainton ... Park Keeper
Stephen Gray ... Police Constable
Chris Pitt ... Teenager
Charles Baillie ... Punter
Aaron Mason ... Peter

Season 7, Episode 2: Days of Fines and Closures

9 January 1989
When Dave's relief manager lets him down at short notice he asks Terry to step into the breach and run the Winchester Club for him. Dave's failure to show up the following day gets Terry and Arthur worrying, not least because they need to attend court in Dave's place in order to apply for the renewal of the Club's licence - firmly opposed by Detective Sergeant Rycott.
George Cole ... Arthur Daley

Dennis Waterman ... Terry McCann
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Peter Childs ... Rycott
Michael Povey ... Jones

George Baker ... Cooper
Thorley Walters ... the Magistrate
Tony Selby ... Muldoon
Mark Farmer ... Justin
Del Henney ... Tombo
Michael Melia ... Fletcher
Patricia Maynard ... Lucy Harris
Robin Cameron ... MacDonald
Johnny Shannon ... Tony Benson
John Nettleton ... William Shanks

Constantine Gregory ... Police Solicitor
Colin Prockter ... Reggie
Tim Barrett ... Auctioneer

Paul Gregory ... Rival Bidder
Mary Law ... Magistrate
Thelma Ruby ... Dave's Neighbour

Season 7, Episode 3: Fatal Impression

16 January 1989
A so-called reformed gambler suddenly dies owing Arthur two thousand pounds, but Terry isn't interested: he has his own problems to contend with when an old flame turns up at his door after she and her son walk out on her abusive husband.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Kim Thomson ... Sylvie

Billy Connolly ... Tick Tack
Dick Sullivan ... Larchlap Riley
Valerie Lilley ... Devla
David Adair ... Dermot
Pamela Cundell ... Woman Mourner
Steven Law ... Detective
Ian Redford ... Stevo
Anwen Rees-Myers ... Newspaper Reporter (as Anwen Rees)
John Abineri ... Mr. Marsden
Stephen Cuttle ... Little Steve
Paul McGuire ... Pianist
Sheila Steafel ... the Pub Singer

Season 7, Episode 4: The Last Video Show

23 January 1989
A video tape incriminating an officer in the Serious Crime division is mistakenly returned to Daley's Videos, which brings Arthur and Terry into contact with a local major crime boss as he had been using the tape to blackmail his way out of trouble.

Season 7, Episode 5: Fiddler on the Hoof

30 January 1989
Arthur panics when he learns that there has been a robbery of safety deposit boxes in The City. He is relieved to learn that the contents of his box are intact, but decides that the safe in his lock-up would be a more secure storage location.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Michael Kitchen ... Maltese Tony
Don Henderson ... Billy Lynch

Carole Ashby ... Imogen

Billy Murray ... Mick
Trevor Thomas ... Dez
Peter Quince ... George Lynch
Gerald Campion ... Cafe Proprietor
John Tordoff ... Shop Assistant
David Simeon ... Assistant Manager
Lloyd McGuire ... Kramer's Man
Debbie Roza ... Hotel Receptionist
April Walker ... TV Reporter
Clem Davis ... Punter

Season 7, Episode 6: The Wrong Goodbye

6 February 1989
With his bank refusing to honour his cheques and a Court Bailiff pursuing him for unpaid bills, Arthur is delighted when a mysterious businessman makes him a very attractive offer for the whole of his business empire.

Dennis Waterman ... Terry
George Cole ... Arthur
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Paul Eddington ... Guy Wheeler
Simon Cadell ... William Pierce
Peter Childs ... Rycott
Michael Povey ... Jones
Mark Farmer ... Justin
Iain Cuthbertson ... Bernard McKenna
Michael Troughton ... Melish
Royce Mills ... Andrew
Cassie Stuart ... Veronica
Jonathan Elsom ... Muir
Michael Lees ... Tony Davis
Ray Mort ... Billy from Leeds
Morris Perry ... DHSS Manager
Jonty Miller ... Bus Driver
Una Brandon-Jones ... Woman on Bus
Richard Linford ... Car Salesman

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Entrepreneur

5 September 1991
Arthur is taken aback when he finds that Terry has emigrated to Australia without telling him, leaving only his old Capri behind. He is anxious to find a new minder and this is where his young nephew Ray comes in. Ray is not a fighter like Terry but he can speak French and this comes in mighty handy when Arthur seeks to expand his business interests onto the Continent, only to find that he is involved with drug smugglers.

Season 8, Episode 2: A Bouquet of Barbed Wine

12 September 1991
Arthur buys a consignment of wine from dodgy Herbie, which he intends to sell to the local corner shop. When the wine is impounded Arthur and Ray break into the warehouse to retrieve it but, after a disastrous tasting session, have to put it back - and end up getting locked in for the night.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley

Stephen Tompkinson ... D.C. Park
Philip McGough ... Collins
Emma Cunningham ... Gloria
Charlie Roe ... Parnham
Dimitri Andreas ... Artemis
Julia St John ... Miss Fuller
Helen Lymbery ... Dental Receptionist (as Helena Lymbery)
Martyn Read ... Policeman
Sophie Uliano ... Model (as Sophie Heyman)
Peter Godwin ... Theo
Lee Richards ... Woman at Wine Tasting (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 3: Whatever Happened to Her Indoors

19 September 1991
With a serious cash-flow problem and a newly-erected flag-pole advertising "British is Best" at the car lot, Arthur is suspected of bumping off his wife for the insurance and burying her on the forecourt when she disappears and he cannot account for her. Needless to say she returns, having gone to a health farm, but Arthur is more concerned about the flag-pole than Her Indoors.

Season 8, Episode 4: Three Cons Make a Mountain

26 September 1991
Three victims of Arthur's past cons conspire to trick him into buying an East German car, a retired greyhound and a piano. He strives to find buyers for them before business rival Ashley Brown broadcasts his gullibility around the manor - though he is fortunate that Ray is no mean con-artist himself.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley

Stephen Tompkinson ... D.C. Park

David Ryall ... Ashley Brown

Dermot Crowley ... Nick Rutherford
Allie Byrne ... Lucy
Geoffrey Greenhill ... Big Mike
Terence Harvey ... Auctioneer
Raymond Brody ... Morry
Peter Craze ... Middleton
Barry McCarthy ... Steve
Gary Powell ... Roger
Howard Ward ... Mark
Nick Kemp ... Frank Wilson
David Jackson ... Mr Fletcher

Jonny Lee Miller ... Auctioneer's Assistant

Season 8, Episode 5: Guess Who's Coming to Pinner

3 October 1991
Whilst attending Charlie Johnson's wake in Pinner, Arthur attracts the lustful attention of merry widow 'Ron' Johnson but gets so drunk he has no recollection of his conversation with fellow mourner, dodgy Tommy Hambury, which he believes to be important, and takes desperate steps to find him. The police, believing Arthur is trying to take over Charlie's dubious empire, give chase.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley

Stephen Tompkinson ... D.C. Park
Susan Tracy ... The Widow Johnson

Michael Gambon ... Tommy Hambury
John Rowe ... Superintendent Copeland

Dorian Healy ... D.S. Cody

Gina McKee ... Joanna
Hugh Dickson ... Melville
Toby Salaman ... Alan Kelross
Shaun Curry ... Jeff
Robert Hamilton ... Landlord
Hugh Armstrong ... Station Officer
Neville Phillips ... Vicar
Brendan O'Hea ... CID Officer
Luke Sibley ... CID Officer
Daniel Mitchell ... Reporter
Mark Hopkins ... Man in Pub
Michael Pallant ... Delivery Driver
Roberta Taylor ... Ray's Landlady (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 6: The Last Temptation of Daley

10 October 1991
Having given up smoking and drinking on doctor's orders an already nervy Arthur is not helped when 'Mad' Benny McLeish, a truculent dissatisfied customer, threatens violence unless he gets a refund. Having been denied police protection, the cowardly Arthur hides at Ray's but when he disappears behind his minder's back to buy his forbidden pleasures, Ray convinces the police that McLeish has abducted him, leading to a punch-up in a pub car park.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley

Stephen Tompkinson ... D.C. Park
Andrew McCulloch ... Benny McLeish
Terrence Hardiman ... Dr. Hardman
Roger Brierley ... Donald
Joanna Wake ... Receptionist
Michael Watkins ... Man in Cafe
Keith Osborn ... Policeman

Faith Edwards ... Check-Out Girl
Christopher Mitchell ... Customer in Winchester
Fidel Nanton ... Builder
Arthur Whybrow ... Landlord

Season 8, Episode 7: A Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in Shepherds Bush

17 October 1991
Arthur's Yorkshire contact Billy hires Ray to guard Young Sam, his racing pigeon, on the eve of a race whose prize money is worth ten thousand pounds. Due to Arthur's stupidity, Young Sam escapes, requiring Arthur and Ray to 'acquire' a substitute from a station platform. Although Young Sam ultimately returns, matters are complicated when Ray falls for Donna, daughter of a rival pigeon-fancier.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

George Costigan ... Billy
Nick Reding ... Nostalgic
Gabrielle Cowburn ... Donna
Sidney Livingstone ... Bert Daley
Lill Roughley ... Doreen Daley
Willie Ross ... Stan Sorrell
Stephen Churchett ... Hotel Waiter
Johnny Allan ... Club Secretary
Duggie Brown ... Club Member
Gordon Wharmby ... Club Member
Joe Belcher ... Operator

Bev Willis ... Night Club Manager
Frank Rozelaar-Green ... Italian Waiter

Season 8, Episode 8: Him Indoors

24 October 1991
Stuck in his lock-up, due to a faulty alarm system fitted by ex-burglar Ron, when he should be taking his wife out for her birthday, Arthur is arrested as a prowler by a zealous rookie cop. Ron, meanwhile, is robbing warehouses on a list given him by Arthur as potential customers for security alarms and gets Ray nicked when he tries to stop him. For once it is Arthur who has to bail out his minder, rather than the other way around.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley

Stephen Tompkinson ... D.C. Park
Kenneth Colley ... Ron
Simon Rouse ... Inspector York
Alex Lowe ... P.C. Corman
Gareth Marks ... P.C. Howard
Tariq Alibai ... Imran
John Atkinson ... Vagrant
Joanna Bacon ... Barmaid
Kim Rook Teoh ... Mr. Fong (as Kim Teoh)
Adrian McLoughlin ... Cabbie
Joseph Hutton ... Liam

Season 8, Episode 9: The Greatest Show in Willesden

31 October 1991
A nostalgic Arthur plans to host a number of variety acts at his local pub, including the great ventriloquist Tommy Pickford, now retired. To please the youth market he hires a karaoke machine. Both go down a storm but then the machine, rented to Arthur by the fearsome Gabadini family, is stolen. Ray plays detective to get it back.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
John Cater ... Tommy
Emma Cunningham ... Gloria
Harry Landis ... Monty
Pauline Letts ... Mrs. Gabadini

Steven O'Donnell ... Barry
Mark Duffy ... Trevor
Dennis Quilligan ... Diarmid
James Ottaway ... Percy
Frank Mills ... Len
Larry Barnes ... Vernon
John Rutland ... Colin Stamp
Jenny Logan ... Manageress
Andrew Frame ... Heckler
Jimmy Lambert ... Luigi Gabadini

Season 8, Episode 10: Too Many Crooks

7 November 1991
Arthur's latest ill-starred venture is Daley's Catering International Cuisine, booking on banquets. Unfortunately for him his chef is wanted by a group of gangsters and goes on the run, leaving Arthur in the lurch as he is about to cater for a policeman's retirement party. Once again the services of the long-suffering Ray are required.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley

Stephen Tompkinson ... D.C. Park
Trevor Byfield ... Billy Meadows
David Sibley ... Vinny Meadows
Susannah Corbett ... Sadie Meadows (as Suzannah Corbett)
David Marrick ... Henri
Susie Ann Watkins ... Mandy (as Susan Watkins)
Godfrey James ... Arnie
Dennis Blanch ... Colin
Andy Rashleigh ... Police Sergeant
Andrew Dunford ... Dennis

David Harewood ... Vinny's Minder

Season 8, Episode 11: The Odds Couple

14 November 1991
Wealthy Lewis Nelson hires Ray to keep his much younger, gambling-addicted wife Lorna away from the casino he part owns, as she has run up heavy debts. Lorna persuades Arthur to play the roulette wheels on her behalf whilst she is gated and he wins. Whilst collecting bin-bags of used cards from casinos to sell on, Arthur has also picked up a bag of money Lewis intended to steal from the casino to pay Lorna's debts. He decides to return it - in his own fashion.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Lee Montague ... Lewis Nelson

Hetty Baynes ... Lorna Nelson

Joseph Long ... Carlo Vincetti
Louis Hilyer ... Joe
Neale Goodrum ... Eric
Piers Ibbotson ... Billy
Anthony May ... Roger
Delena Kidd ... Betty
Helen Adie ... Receptionist
Colin Higgins ... Alan

Genevieve Allenbury ... Croupier
Elaine Murray ... Croupier
Sally Millest ... Waitress
Sean Barry-Weske ... Ted (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 12: The Coach That Came in from the Cold

21 November 1991
Arthur buys a coach from the cash-strapped local police to use for sight-seeing tours but it breaks down, so he takes the tourists to the Winchester Club, where they are thrilled to see a genuine old English pub brawl between Arthur's creditors and Ray. After the police buy back the coach, Ray also becomes a hero at the local golf club, ensuring Arthur full membership.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley

Stephen Tompkinson ... D.C. Park (credit only)

Trevor Peacock ... Previous
Geoffrey Whitehead ... Superintendent Roden
Rory Edwards ... Denny Willis
Lisa Jacobs ... Lorraine
Simon Cowell-Parker ... Simon Perkins

Patrick Godfrey ... Major Beatty
Brian Greene ... Mr. Corelli
Margaret Robertson ... Mrs. Corelli
Martin Milman ... Hart
Clive Kneller ... Rambo

Season 8, Episode 13: The Cruel Canal

25 December 1991
When Ray's van breaks down whilst delivering two hundred video recorders to a client in Limehouse Arthur needs alternative transport - and fast, especially as he learns they were stolen property and psychotic Big Dai wants them back. His answer is to take them by barge, the ancient 'Persephone', a journey which inevitably ends in disaster and some very wet video recorders.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Anthony O'Donnell ... Big Dai
Emma Cunningham ... Gloria
Neil Phillips ... Two-Tone

Cathy Murphy ... Vicky
Trevor Cooper ... Derek
Michael Goldie ... Freddie
Metin Marlow ... Canal Policeman
Richard Heap ... Traffic Policeman

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: I'll Never Forget Whats'ername

7 January 1993
The Winchester is about to take part in a quiz against a rival pub and Arthur picks Marty 'Brains' Goldblum, a man with an encyclopaedic general knowledge, for the home team. Unfortunately Marty is an escaped prisoner and, after suffering a turn, gives himself up. Can the unlikely pairing of Ray and Detective Constable Field win the quiz and satisfy Daley family honour?
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley
Jonty Stephens ... D.C. Field

Kenneth Cranham ... Walter

Allan Corduner ... Marty
Sidney Livingstone ... Bert
Lill Roughley ... Doreen
David Howey ... Quiz Master
Mark Brignal ... Governor
Bill Moody ... Fast Eddie
Simon Kunz ... Anderson
Sukie Smith ... Building Society Cashier
Tony Collins ... Cabbie
David Hounslow ... Trevor
Joanna Brookes ... Cinema Cashier
Dave Atkins ... Car Lot Man
Diana Payan ... Librarian
John Barrard ... Baths Attendant

Season 9, Episode 2: No Way to Treat a Daley

14 January 1993
Arthur buys a hot air balloon with a view to going into aerial advertising. Unfortunately this arouses the anger of psychotic business rival Tony Pike who, under the guise of taking Arthur out for a drink, abducts him and, with his henchman Warren, takes him to a disused power station. However by the time Ray locates the site, Arthur has disappeared, being more persuasive at talking his way out of trouble than Ray had thought.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Richard Ridings ... Warren
Emma Cunningham ... Gloria

Philip Martin Brown ... Pike
Desmond McNamara ... Les
James Berwick ... Joey
Suzy Cooper ... Desiree
Hugh Sachs ... Kenny

Nabil Massad ... Mr. Ali
Nadio Fortune ... Waiter
Matthew Lloyd Lewis ... Pump Attendant (as Matthew Lloyd-Lewis)
Nick Raggett ... Gas Deliverer
Danny Earl ... Thug (uncredited)
Howard Nelson ... Bill Van Dyke (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 3: Uneasy Rider

21 January 1993
When Arthur starts a courier service, the Daley Post, it is a predictable disaster, since his penny-pinching has bought radio equipment that does not work. He then finds himself being used by the Warnock brothers to innocently do their illegal work for them. The crazed boyfriend of a model whose nude photos went missing in Daley's care does not help and it is left to Ray to turn the tables on the Warnocks and save the day.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley
Jonty Stephens ... D.C. Field

Ben Chaplin ... Conway
Ian Bartholomew ... Ralphy

Nick Dunning ... Keef
Brian Hibbard ... Rabbit
Elaine Lordan ... Trish

Sara Stewart ... Susie
Christopher Ettridge ... Jehovah's Witness

Jeff Rawle ... Jehovah's Witness
Richard Brenner ... Big Malc
Roger Martin ... Marks
Annie Lambert ... Laura Kaye

Season 9, Episode 4: Looking for Mr. Goodtime

28 January 1993
At a fund-raising function Arthur is offered the chance to buy a cheap Daimler from Goodtime Motors but, whilst trying to locate its elusive premises, gets arrested for kerb crawling, with a gross of red light bulbs in his boot. With evidence against him mounting and his intention of self-representation in court, his only hope is that Ray can track down the Goodtime garage as well as explaining why Arthur is making regular visits to disreputable addresses in Soho.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley
Jonty Stephens ... D.C. Field

Jim Carter ... Tomkins
Colin Jeavons ... Lockwood
Peter Bayliss ... Ashley (as Peter Baylis)
Ian Keith ... D.C. Reed
Ronnie Letham ... Mel Taylor

René Zagger ... Stuart (as Rene Zagger)
Phillip Manikum ... Syd
Amanda Burton ... Prosecuting Counsel
Alan Rowe ... Magistrate
David Tse ... Willie (as David K. S. Tse)
David Belcher ... Tony
Eileen Bell ... Miss Brown
David Hobbs ... Desk Sergeant
Colin Spaull ... John
Julia Goodman ... Female Guest
Jeffrey Robert ... Male Guest
Alan Palmer ... Male Guest
Barny Clevely ... Billy Mortimer

Russell Milton ... Jailer
David Brocklehurst ... Inspector
Paul Kelly ... Bailiff

Season 9, Episode 5: Opportunity Knocks and Bruises

4 February 1993
To make room for sixty Russian telescopes in his lock-up Arthur swaps his out of date old tat for a fruit machine from Alexei Nolan's funfair. However he has helped himself to one that he was not meant to have, as it contains the proceeds of the 1988 Dublin mint robbery, which Alexei was laundering. But nobody told Detective Sergeant Morley, who uses it at a charity event which soon hosts a showdown between cops and robbers.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley
Jonty Stephens ... D.C. Field

Sean McGinley ... Alexie Nolan
Natalie Roles ... Amanda
Eliza Buckingham ... Mrs. Mitchell
Robert Blythe ... Cllr. Griffiths
Brian McGrath ... Mr. Fairchild
Chris Matthews ... Cecil
Freddie Stuart ... Wigmore

Orla Brady ... Bank Teller
Melee Hutton ... Secretary
Francis Pope ... Lad

Season 9, Episode 6: Gone with the Winchester

11 February 1993
When recently released jailbird Toby 'Jug' Johnson makes revelations to Arthur about apparent betrayals by Dave when they were all younger and Dave seems to be having secret meetings which exclude him, Arthur opens his own club in competition to the Winchester out of spite, helped by Toby. However Ray is mistrustful of the ex-con and with good cause as Arthur will learn a painful lesson before he is eventually reconciled with Dave.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
James Booth ... Toby Jug Johnson
Sidney Livingstone ... Bert
Lill Roughley ... Doreen
Emma Cunningham ... Gloria
John Levitt ... Jimmy the Jeweller
Frank Mills ... Len
Peter Gowen ... Dermot
Terry John ... Winchester Regular
Aaron Harris ... Winchester Regular
Terry Mortimer ... Winchester Regular
Romolo Bruni ... Carlos
Pamela Cundell ... Marge (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 7: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Retiring

18 February 1993
After Ray has criticized Arthur's running of the company as out of date and former business rival 'Hapless' has extolled the joys of retirement, Arthur decides to pack it in and hand Daley Enterprises over to his nephew for good. But, too mean to afford a cruise and getting bored with his life of leisure, he cannot stop himself from interfering in the business - which comes in useful when Ray is sold stolen goods and needs to get rid of them.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Sidney Livingstone ... Bert
John Normington ... Hapless
Liz Fraser ... Delilah
Helen Masters ... Janice
Colin Farrell ... Alf
Lewis George ... Bechers
Nigel Gregory ... Harold
Debbi Blythe ... Stella
Andrew Bailey ... Pete
Gordon Winter ... Lenny
Mark McKenna ... Colin
Geoffrey Larder ... Flash
John Halstead ... Norman
Max Murray Burrows ... Young Boy
Philip Childs ... D. S. Harris
Robert Demeger ... Monty

Season 9, Episode 8: The Roof of All Evil

25 February 1993
Arthur buys a job lot of satellite dishes with instructions in German, so he enlists the aid of ex-television repair man Logie to fit them. After fitting the first one at the wrong house they are hired by volatile Italian businessman 'Fingers' Rosetti whose offers are not to be refused. Matters are complicated by Fingers' daughter asking Ray to play Cupid when her father dislikes her boyfriend and by Logie's fear of heights.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Pete Postlethwaite ... Logie
Philip Locke ... Fingers Rossetti
Liza Walker ... Isabella
Kevin Dignam ... Steve
Simon Molloy ... House Owner

Season 9, Episode 9: Last Orders at the Winchester

4 March 1993
Arthur hires incompetent decorator Heart Attack to do up the Winchester for its twenty-fifth birthday but Heart Attack does more damage than good and the club faces closure until expensive repairs are made. To get the cash Ray organizes a charity football match versus the police but just before kick-off Heart Attack turns up with thousands of pounds stolen from oily rival landlord and professional nark Vic. Surrounded by the police Arthur concocts a plan to plough the money into the Winchester charity auction fund without Sregeant Morley cottoning on.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley
Jonty Stephens ... D.C. Field
Geoffrey Hutchings ... Heart Attack
Gavin Richards ... Vic
Emma Cunningham ... Gloria
Aaron Harris ... Barry
Barry McCarthy ... George
George Sweeney ... Little Pete
George Raistrick ... Monty
Frankie Cosgrave ... Angie
Julian Gartside ... D.S. Thorp
James Saxon ... Harry
Michele Winstanley ... Sandra
Basil Moss ... Vicar
Daniel Strauss ... Surveyor (as Dan Strauss)
Anna Mackmin ... Receptionist
Alice MacDonald ... Singer (as Alice McDonald)

Season 9, Episode 10: Cars and Pints and Pains

11 March 1993
Unable to sell his motors, Arthur turns to car hire, but comes to police attention when a bogus customer leaves a stolen Cortina at the lot and drives off in the Daley Bentley. Eager but clumsy assistant Winston only adds to Arthur's troubles, but at least he can claim the reward when Ray's new girlfriend turns out to be part of a gang of local burglars. His Bentley returned, Arthur decides to put the experience behind him and go back to selling.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley
Jonty Stephens ... D.C. Field

Deobia Oparei ... Winston (as Dhobi Oparei)
Juliette Grassby ... Linda
Rebecca Lamb ... Sarah
David Boyce ... Dean Cooper
Chris Hunter ... Jarvis
Andy Lucas ... Tony
Chris Sanders ... Phil
Alan Talbot ... Taxi Driver
John Quarmby ... Car Thief
Rita Gerza ... Police Woman

Paul Trussell ... First Policeman
Ian Minney ... Second Policeman

Season 9, Episode 11: The Great Trilby

18 March 1993
Desperate for a stroke of luck, Arthur is approached by Australian private investigator Bill McCabe who tells him that he is the possible heir of Joshua Daley, who died intestate in Woolomoroo. After - eventually - proving kinship and, thanks to Ray, avoiding a fraud charge which would have negated his eligibility, Arthur flies off with Ray to claim his fortune Down Under.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Nicholas Day ... D.S. Morley
Jonty Stephens ... D.C. Field
Simon Chilvers ... Bill McCabe

Pip Torrens ... Muldier
Emma Cunningham ... Gloria
Frank Baker ... Spiky
Richard Avery ... Dayglow
Simon Holmes ... Nobby Green
Thomas Wheatley ... Vicar
Michael Vaughan ... Timmons
Margery Withers ... Mabel

Richard Platt ... Teller
Ian Barritt ... Supervisor
Adlyn Ross ... Receptionist
Sarah Carpenter ... Secretary
Pat Rossiter ... Ethel

Season 9, Episode 12: A Taste of Money

25 March 1993
Ray and a jet-lagged Arthur are met from the plane in Sydney by Bill McCabe, unaware that there are five other likely candidates for the inheritance as well as a bogus claimant, a professional criminal called Rod who has been groomed by the shady Reid. Reid employs dirty tricks to nobble Arthur, which are thwarted by Bill and lawyer Susan Hamilton but a legitimate heir is eventually found - and it is not Arthur. To make things worse the Daleys discover that their flight tickets were one-way and they are now marooned in Sydney.

Season 9, Episode 13: For a Few Dollars More

1 April 1993
Broke and marooned in Sydney, the Daleys book into a cheap back packers' hostel. Ray gets bar work and Arthur falls in with street trader Derek Collins, an Antipodean version of himself, and actually does well until he catches the attention of Detective Sergeant Davis, who gives him forty-eight hours to leave Australia. Reid also causes more trouble, imagining Arthur to be a drug dealer and giving him a mere twenty-four hours to leave town. Fortunately by this time the Daleys have made enough money for a stand-by flight home and return to England.

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: A Fridge Too Far

6 January 1994
Arthur pawns his holidaying wife's jewels to buy a job lot of fridge freezers, though the money was ear-marked for purchasing a fleet of mopeds for the fearsome Pizza Man. When the fridges catch fire, Arthur plans a fake robbery to claim the insurance, though real robbers intervene to spoil his plan. As ever it's Ray who identifies them and allows Arthur to make them pay. However his wife returns from holiday earlier than expected.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Linal Haft ... Mervyn Kravitz
Lesley Duff ... Lucy Conti
Paul Reynolds ... Gino
Che Walker ... Marty
Tony Steedman ... Tewkesbury

Shaun Dingwall ... Wayne
Jim McManus ... Brian
Christopher Owen ... Mr. Gordon
Dilys Watling ... Mrs. Kravitz
Christopher Driscoll ... Fire Chief (as Chris Driscoll)
Iona Kennedy ... Bingo Ticket Girl

Nick Gillard ... Queen
Colin Wyatt ... Madonna

Season 10, Episode 2: Another Case of Van Blank

13 January 1994
Arthur goes to Calais with Dave and Ray to buy cheap booze for the club but their van is broken into and all the drink stolen. Arthur meets an old friend Henry, who takes him to a warehouse to get some more but Henry and his gang are burglars, who flee when the police arrive, leaving only Arthur to be arrested and locked up. He is released after Henry is caught and the trio return to Dover but the Customs officer is suspicious that the van is empty and accuses them of drug smuggling.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Mylène Demongeot ... Madeleine (as Mylene Demongeot)
David Simeon ... Henry
Olivier Pierre ... Rochelle
Peter Cleall ... Wally
John Leeson ... Passport Officer
Stephen Oxley ... Customs Officer
Nicholas Mead ... Matelot

Season 10, Episode 3: All Things Brighton Beautiful

20 January 1994
Sidney Myers seeks Arthur's help, having been erroneously diagnosed with a fatal illness and asked a skinhead to kill him so his wife got the insurance money and then found the diagnosis was wrong. Arthur takes Sidney to Brighton in Dave's sister's caravan where, after a fraught journey, the caravan burns down. Meanwhile Ray has located the skinhead, who tells him that Sidney really wanted him to kill psychopathic ex-convict Benny the Bosh - the very man who turns up at the Salvation Army hostel where Arthur and Sidney have taken refuge. Fortunately he is a forgiving, Born Again Christian who ends up singing hymns with Sidney but Arthur finds Dave's sister is less forgiving over the caravan.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Andrew Sachs ... Sidney
Peter Kelly ... Bernie
Sheila Steafel ... Sadie
Liam McKenna ... Skinhead
Danny Earl ... Skinhead's Mate (as Daniel Earl)
Diana Berriman ... Betty
Susan Derrick ... Woman in Brighton
Roderick Nicolson ... Traffic Cop
Stephen Reynolds ... Receptionist

Season 10, Episode 4: One Flew Over the Parents' Nest

27 January 1994
Whilst his parents, Bert and Doreen, are in Spain, Ray meets Susie, a young woman who claims to be fleeing a violent husband. Arthur leases out Bert's house to her but she is not the market researcher she claims to be and nor is she escaping a violent spouse. She is a high class prostitute and she is wanted by a gang of heavies - as well as the police, who charge Arthur with running a brothel.

Season 10, Episode 5: The Immaculate Contraption

3 February 1994
Having sold an over-priced and less than roadworthy Austin Allegro to a nun, Sister Angelica, things start to go wrong for Arthur as he attempts to supply equipment to Bjorn, the manager of the Jorgensen stress reduction clinic. He believes that he is being punished for his actions and sends Ray to the convent to fix the car, at a loss to his own wallet. However, when Jorgensen finally arrives from America for the clinic's opening, everything goes well and he considers that he has been exonerated in the eyes of God.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Metin Yenal ... Bjorn
Sidney Livingstone ... Bert
Frances Cuka ... Sister Angelica
Tim Wylton ... Smiler

Richard Durden ... Dr. Jarvis
Edda Sharpe ... Sister Virginia
Peter Shorey ... Hacksaw Harry

Kevork Malikyan ... Chico
Mike Savage ... Dipso Pete

Niall Toibin ... Priest
Andy Greenhalgh ... Freddy
Jerry Harte ... Jorgensen
Joseph Alessi ... Fidel
Perry Benson ... Tiny
Peter Gunn ... Clive
Morgan Jones ... Eric
Andy Mulligan ... Mechanic

Season 10, Episode 6: All Quiet on the West End Front

10 February 1994
After renting a stall at a business fair, Arthur discovers the joys of corporate entertainment and launches the Willesden Entertainment Consultancy. However, he finds himself at odds with an established company, after the glamorous and enigmatic Vanessa diverts some of its clients to him. This puts both Ray and the consultancy in danger when vicious casino owner Kenton comes looking for revenge.

Season 10, Episode 7: The Great Depression of 1994

17 February 1994
When Ray's Uncle Brian appears to be suffering from depression, Arthur seeks the advice of Percy Vallins, a successful businessman but known manic depressive, who suggests that Brian is shamming. And indeed he is, as a means of keeping Ray's interfering mother out of his florists' business. Having 'cured' Brian, Arthur then has to call in Detective Sergeant Rogerson when ex-cop Henry Keys, another manic depressive, to whom Arthur has sold a car, locks himself in the Winchester club toilet.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Robert Stephens ... Percy
Barry Jackson ... Brian
Peter Jones ... Henry
Amelda Brown ... Heather
James Warrior ... D. S. Rogerson
Duncan Bell ... Fowler
Merelina Kendall ... Mrs Kean
James Coyle ... Bernie
Geoffrey Drew ... Cecil
Daphne Neville ... Joy

Russell Kilmister ... Security Man

Season 10, Episode 8: On the Autofront

24 February 1994
Arthur's sales plummet due to rival dealer Don Gedley so he advertises with Ray's friends on their pirate radio station. Don is a fair man but his violent, greedy son Grant sets out to break Arthur by framing him for driving a car through a shop window. Don agrees to pay Arthur handsomely if he takes the rap but Grant will not be satisfied, requiring Arthur and Ray to team up with Don and the pirates to teach him a lesson.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave

Jim Carter ... Tomkins
Godfrey Jackman ... Don Gedley
Perry Fenwick ... Grant
Valentine Nonyela ... Mike
Neville Watson ... Cool K
Ian Thompson ... Carson
Soo Drouet ... Lady in garage
Stuart Laing ... Parker
William Armstrong ... D.C. Lang
Peter Waddington ... Darren
Sam Davies ... Man in car lot
Demetri Jagger ... Lad
Norman Roberts ... Lad

Season 10, Episode 9: Bring Me the Head of Arthur Daley

3 March 1994
Arthur is one of several people being targeted by violent criminal Charlie Knowles, who is doing time for armed robbery and wants vengeance on accomplices who got lighter sentences or in Arthur's case, because he sold him the getaway car, which broke down and caused him to get caught. Knowles's outside man Phelan has Arthur framed on a charge of dangerous driving, for which he gets community service but Detective Sergeant Rogerson has his suspicions and joins Ray in exposing the set-up.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Stratford Johns ... Knowles
Kenneth Cope ... Phelan
James Warrior ... Rogerson

Phyllida Law ... Magistrate
Jack Watson ... Hammer

Alan Ford ... Bennett
David Battley ... Potter
Desmond McNamara ... Gossip
Tyler Butterworth ... Rawle
David Cardy ... Harding
Jeff Nuttall ... Rossitor
Tim Munro ... Doctor
Richard Braine ... Armitage

Tim Potter ... Lionel
Patrick Pasi ... Atkinson

Tat Whalley ... Willy

Sean Harris ... Dean
Jonathan Stratt ... Cabbie
Gilly Gilchrist ... Policeman
Stephen Tate ... Fitzgibbon
Douglas McFerran ... Prison Officer
Sebastian Abineri ... Prison Officer

Season 10, Episode 10: The Long Good Thursday

10 March 1994
Arthur's former employee Cranky Frankie Connor escapes from prison and takes Arthur hostage, demanding to know if his wife Rosie is having an affair with Italian restaurateur Luigi, who has just opened his Mafia-themed eatery Cosa Noshtra. Arthur persuades Frankie to go with him to the Winchester club to discuss things with Rosie but she calls the police and Arthur ends up getting arrested for sheltering an escaped prisoner.
George Cole ... Arthur
Gary Webster ... Ray
Glynn Edwards ... Dave
Matthew Scurfield ... Frankie
Chris Sanders ... Luigi
Mary Maddox ... Carla
Neil McCaul ... Sammon

Barnaby Kay ... Riley
Jean Warren ... Rosie
Matthew Delamere ... Phil
John Bardon ... Billy
Trevor Nichols ... Newscaster

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