Frost is busy with two cases: smugglers trafficking in rare and endangered species and murder and the naked body of an art teacher discovered in the bedroom of returning vacationers.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruce Alexander ...
John Lyons ...
Kenneth Shaw
Dennis Prior
Ruth Gemmell ...
Christine Harris
Gary Sefton ...
Kevin Flannagan
Claire Cox ...
Sian Brooke ...
Carol Haymarsh
Nila Aalia ...
Kiran Desai
Gerald Harris
Jonny Burt ...
Malcolm (as Jonathan Burt)
Campbell Morrison ...
Colin Edwards
Arthur White ...


Frost is summoned to a remote farm-house by criminal Kevin Flanagan who is in a blind panic. At the farm he finds a crocodile and cages full of endangered species as well as a severed leg. This transpires to belong to an oriental man, part of the gang who have been smuggling rare animals, and Flanagan, who has escaped the gang, is used by Frost to help locate its leader. At the same time the Harris family are shocked to find the nude corpse of a local art teacher in their bedroom. A search of his studio yields revealing photos of a female colleague but it is the Harrises' teenage son, who, literally holds the key to events. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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5 November 2006 (UK)  »

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Kevin Flannagan: I want you to take me in for protection.
Insp. Jack Frost: I can do better than that. I'm thinking of arresting you for murder and attempted murder. Will that do?
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David Jason is back and it's about time!
4 December 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The brilliant David Jason returns as D.I. Frost 14 months after Near Death Experience. Angry at the failure to successfully prosecute an old enemy of Frost's, a disturbing phone call leads to an unexpected find...

This is where the Endangered Species comes in, leading Jack on an intriguing journey where beautiful, innocent creatures are tortured, killed and stuffed simply for profit. It does make for some interesting viewing and certainly throws some light into this worldwide problem.

As usual, David Jason throws himself brilliantly into the role of Frost, and there is great chemistry between him and Blake Ritson as D.S. Robert 'Elvis' Presley, while we also see the return of a familiar face.

A welcome return to form, with the usual gaffes, and we have another hit with viewers.

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