A Touch of Frost: Season 11, Episode 2

Dancing in the Dark (22 Feb. 2004)

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Frost must deal with a corpse found in a recycling dump and a smuggling ring of white slavers specializing in young Polish girls.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruce Alexander ...
Nicholas Burns ...
D.C. Tranter
John Lyons ...
Clive Wood ...
Stephen Richford
Elizabeth Richford
Louisa Gilpin ...
Sarah Richford
Heather Wills
Sandy McDade ...
Dianne Hawkins (as Sandy Mcdade)
Andrew Dunford ...
Colin Bayliss
Edward D'arblay
Terry Hirst
Arthur White ...
David Gooderson ...
David McKail ...
Dr. Mckenzie (as David Mckail)


Frost's efforts to join a gym and date Julie, the fitness instructor, are hampered by two suspicious deaths. The first concerns a man found dead on a waste tip with no identity beyond an empty wallet, seemingly a mugging victim. However his wife comes to report his disappearance and Frost, in following through, is intrigued to learn that her sleep therapist is rather more than just the concerned friend he professes to be. Could these two meek little souls be capable of murder? The other body is that of escort girl Heather, found in a hotel room booked by married businessman Stephen Richman. He denies murder but confesses that he was shocked to realize what she did as she was a student friend of his daughter. Later he is found dead in his car but Frost can see no reason for his suicide and rightly so. The escort agency is involved in bringing in Eastern European girls to work as pole dancers and Heather's desire to join in the profits of the enterprise may just have caused her death. ... Written by don @ minifie-1

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13 December 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Illegal immigrants, fake passports and two murders dominate this excellent edition of Frost. Is there any connection between these cases?

Many funny moments abound when Jack decides to join the gym and gets friendly with trainer Julie Brown. Even more amusing is his hunt for appropriate trainers, and the consequences of eating a fry-up while his young sidekick enjoys a salad!

A gripping edition from start to finish, with the usual watchable performance from David Jason, Dancing in the Dark is sure to be yet another highlight for viewers.

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