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The Long Good Thursday 

Arthur's former employee Cranky Frankie Connor escapes from prison and takes Arthur hostage, demanding to know if his wife Rosie is having an affair with Italian restaurateur Luigi, who has... See full summary »

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Ray
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Chris Sanders ...
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Mary Maddox ...
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Neil McCaul ...
Sammon
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Riley
Jean Warren ...
Rosie
Matthew Delamere ...
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Arthur's former employee Cranky Frankie Connor escapes from prison and takes Arthur hostage, demanding to know if his wife Rosie is having an affair with Italian restaurateur Luigi, who has just opened his Mafia-themed eatery Cosa Noshtra. Arthur persuades Frankie to go with him to the Winchester club to discuss things with Rosie but she calls the police and Arthur ends up getting arrested for sheltering an escaped prisoner. Written by don @ minifie-1

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10 March 1994 (UK)  »

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[last words of episode and series: the police have recaptured escaped prisoner Crazy Frankie, and have arrested Arthur for harboring a wanted criminal and Ray and Dave as Arthur's accomplices; they are all being driven away in a police van]
Arthur Daley: Oh that is nice. That is very nice. I spend my life worrying about my fellow man, my friends, my family, making sure 'Er Indoors has a crust, pushing the economy of this septic isle ever upwards with my entrepreneurial skills. I don't have to apologise for ...
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