A Touch of Frost: Season 3, Episode 3

Dead Male One (22 Jan. 1995)

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DCI Frost investigates a misidentified body floating in a river and the drug related death of a football prima donna who dies after a kick in the head.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruce Alexander ...
Lindy Whiteford ...
Mike Ross
Jon Morrison ...
Roy Bignall
Berwick Kaler ...
Dave Leecroft
Bill Stewart ...
Caroline Harker ...
Jason Cheater ...
Adie Carr
Craig Kelly ...
Paul Gower
Sekai Matimba ...
Jamie Todd
Alan Hunter ...
Colin Drysdale
Annie Tyson ...
Wendy Drysdale
Melissa Wilson ...


A body is found floating in the river, and the victim is not who he claimed to be. Further, the star player of a local soccer team collapses during a press conference following an incident on the field in which he received serious head injuries. Written by JDL

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D.I. Frost: [to Mullett] Oh, I'm a lucky man, sir. I get paid for bein' lucky.
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11 December 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The highs and lows of football life, dodgy dealing and a dead body dominate this edition.

The body's identity is not what it seems to be, but there is something else unusual with this case...

The dodgy dealing results in a tragic outcome and someone is out for revenge, but can Jack identify the suspect before it's too late? Viewers should watch this episode and then view Appendix Man (Series 6) straight afterwards. You will understand why.

An emotional ending concludes one part of the story, and it certainly makes you think about the aspects of family life. A great true-to-life episode.

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