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A Gentleman's Sport 

Charlie Draper robs the jewellery shop in Ashfordly, but when he tries to escape he is hit by a car. While he lies unconscious on the street his partner grabs the loot and Draper's gun and ... See full summary »

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Vinny Sanders
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Charlie Draper
Geoffrey Banks ...
Mr. Reynolds
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Dr. Tricia Summerbee
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PC Mike Bradley
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PC Tom Nicholson
David Lonsdale ...
David Stockwell
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Bernie Scripps
Philip Franks ...
Sergeant Craddock
Tricia Penrose ...
Gina Ward
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Oscar Blaketon
Kerry Wotton ...
Susan Wetherby
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Jack Wetherby
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PC Phil Bellamy
William Simons ...
PC Alf Ventress
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Charlie Draper robs the jewellery shop in Ashfordly, but when he tries to escape he is hit by a car. While he lies unconscious on the street his partner grabs the loot and Draper's gun and drives off. Draper's old partner in crime is Jack Wetherby, but he has gone straight since he came out of prison - or so he says. Meanwhile Draper is recuperating at the hospital under the watchful eyes of Sleeping Beauty, sorry PPC Nicholson. Famous cricket player Vinny Sanders has a car breakdown just outside Aidensfield, and he moves in at the Aidensfield Arms while the car is fixed. His stay makes Oscar Blaketon is beside himself with joy and Blaketon organizes a match between The Aidensfield Arms and another pub with Sanders playing for the Arms. David is alone at the garage when a consignment of petrol is delivered and pours it into the garage tanks. If only he could remember what goes where. To top it all the fuel may be stolen. Written by Carsten Pedersen

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6 January 2002 (UK)  »

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