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Bermuda Grace (1994)

Sam Grace; a Philadelphia based private detective teams up with his old friend Trevor Watkins; an English policeman who both go on the trail of an elusive murderer and jewel thief in Bermuda.

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Sam Grace
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Trevor Watkins
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Kathy Madeira
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Raymond Mitchell
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Sir Philip Harding
Tracey Cook ...
Lady Harding
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Sergeant Rodney Miller
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Gary Foster
Richard Fitzpatrick ...
Jack O'Brien
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Flynn
Noel Coleman
Ken James ...
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Sam Grace; a Philadelphia based private detective teams up with his old friend Trevor Watkins; an English policeman who both go on the trail of an elusive murderer and jewel thief in Bermuda.

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7 January 1994 (USA)  »

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Bermuda Cops  »

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Commonly referred to in Bermuda as "Bermuda disgrace". See more »

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sam grace (the lead character) is shown continually using a handgun throughout the film in Bermuda whilst firearms are strictly illegal & forbidden in Bermuda. See more »

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A good chuckle...
30 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

Well I thoroughly enjoyed it and kept it on VHS for many years. The above review is slightly incorrect on the plot. But the basics are that an American cop who gets involved in a shooting gets sent on a jolly to Bermuda and is met at the airport by a British cop. The Brit cop is a larger than life character who believes all the stereotypes about American cops. Then they end up investigating a murder..etc etc etc. All in all, I found it amusing. The plot is thin, but it was only a pilot. Leslie Phillips gives a good go at the old British fellow. The scenery is good and things really could have gone on to a series. Can't for the life of me remember his name but the American cop is played by the guy who played the nasty colonel in Die Hard 2.


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