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Double Exposure (30 Jan. 1992)

TV Episode  -  Crime | Drama | Mystery
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Racial violence or something more sinister? The Taggart team are baffled by murders with no connection other than a possible racial link. Or is it something not so obvious to the all seeing eye?

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Mark McManus ...
James MacPherson ...
Blythe Duff ...
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Barr
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Danny Lal
Andrew Barr ...
George Archer
Sandy McDade ...
Lisanne Archer
Patricia Kerrigan ...
Diane Johnstone
Tam Dean Burn ...
Phillip McLean
Maureen Beattie ...
Margaret McLean
Iain Anders ...
Robert Robertson ...
Anthony Cochrane ...
Dr. Crawford
Harriet Buchan ...
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Sharon Lal
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Racial violence or something more sinister? The Taggart team are baffled by murders with no connection other than a possible racial link. Or is it something not so obvious to the all seeing eye?

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Not The Best Taggart
28 May 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I think I might be a bit kind for giving this episode a 6 but there are some good elements to this episode. Having followed on from such a strong Taggart and the best one by far, this does not live up to expectations. The plot is fairly tepid at best. The action sequences are rare and the tension is not kept up at a healthy pace. There's enough mystery but its not the strongest episode I have seen. Still, without giving too much away, there is one character in this episode who really is pure evil and the person who plays this character does so extremely well which makes up for an otherwise tepid episode of Taggart, unfortunately. Thankfully, though, the tepid episodes are rare.


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