Maigret (1992– )
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Maigret and the Minister 

After the collapse of a children's sanatorium kills 62, Maigret unofficially investigates the theft of engineer's report which had correctly predicted the disaster.

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Geoffrey Hutchings ...
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Barman (as Michael Melman)
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Piquemal
John Hartley ...
Benoit
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Madame Gaudry
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Blanche Lamotte
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The Minister
Shaughan Seymour ...
Jacques Fleury
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Charles Mascoulin
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Talbot
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Maigret is called in the middle of the night by the Minister of Public Works to discreetly conduct an unofficial investigation into the theft of an engineering report from his office. The paper was written years earlier and correctly predicted the collapse of a sanatorium which killed 62 children. The high death toll puts everything and everyone connected with the building's construction under suspicion and the resultant scrutiny threatens to topple the government. Maigret correctly suspects the theft to be an inside job with politically-motivated ramifications. Written by Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com)

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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11 April 1993 (UK)  »

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Michael Gambon felt very nervous acting opposite Peter Barkworth (The Minister) in this episode because Barkworth used to teach acting technique at RADA. Gambon felt that Barkworth was studying him all the time and mentally giving him marks out of ten for his performance. See more »

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Madame Maigret: What is it? Don't you trust him?
Chief Inspector Maigret: He's a politician!
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Stick with it
14 June 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The plot is complicated, but stick with it. Work out who Calame, Nicou and Piquemal are. It concerns a political scandal and this dramatised version is, I think, better than the book. Peter Barkworth is great as the minister, as is Sorcha Cusack as his secretary.

Not long enough.

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