Q.E.D. (I) (1982– )

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The tales of Quentin E. Deverill, an eccentric expatriate American professor who uses his unique skills to solve mysteries in Edwardian London.

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 Prof. Quentin E. Deverill (6 episodes, 1982)
George Innes ...
 Phipps (6 episodes, 1982)
A.C. Weary ...
 Charlie Andrews (6 episodes, 1982)
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 Dr. Stefan Kilkiss (6 episodes, 1982)
Caroline Langrishe ...
 Jenny Martin (6 episodes, 1982)
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The tales of Quentin E. Deverill, an eccentric expatriate American professor who uses his unique skills to solve mysteries in Edwardian London. Written by Cleo <frede005@maroon.tc.umn.edu>

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'QED' was a rare example of 'Steampunk' SF on television
20 July 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

QED was shown on daytime ITV or Channel Four (Ulster Television area) and I remember that episode plots revolved around Deverill thwarting the untimely use of anachronistic inventions: one of the stories saw him trying to stop the use of an atomic missile in 1912! I can only think of 'Wild Wild West' being anywhere like this series in content, but QED had a decidedly British flavour and humour to it, even with the American actor Sam Waterston in the lead. His was a thoroughly enjoyable, frenetic presentation of a not altogether appealing character. Exciting and funny, 'QED' was cult viewing and is long overdue reappraisal. Perhaps it was scheduling, or the then current trend for 'A-Team' pseudo-violence that left this series on the shelf? Either way, it was a real showcase for Sam Waterston, whose performance might surprise those more acquainted with him in 'I'll Fly Away' or 'Law and Order.' Very definitely on my 'must get' DVD list - when that is possible - and a 'must see' if you like 'Wild Wild West' or 'Doctor Who.'


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