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Sorry Pal, Wrong Number 

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 ... See full summary »

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J.J.Mooney
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Chisholm
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Dave
Shaun Curry ...
Sprott
Jumoke Debayo ...
Petal
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Railwayman
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Fenella
Royce Mills ...
Andrew
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Tony (as Vivian Mann)
Russell Wootton ...
Tax Inspector (as Russel Wootton)
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Mo
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Nurse
David Janes ...
Ernie Grahame
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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. Written by don @ minifie-1

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1 February 1984 (UK)  »

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Arthur Daley: [a gang of kids have taken over the public telephone boxes at the train station, which Arthur's using as part of his race tipping scam with J.J. Mooney, they're refusing to budge. One of the kids cheeks Arthur and Arthur walks over to give the nipper a piece of his mind] Cheeky beggar, I'll have him!
Arthur Daley: [Another boy on a BMX bike flies by almost knocking Arthur over] Oi! Has he got a licence for that? Come on, Terry, get them out!
Terry McCann: How?
Arthur Daley: How? With violence that's how! Kick 'em up the arse
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