Respected country solicitor Peter Kingdom, with the assistance of his apprentice Lyle and secretary Gloria, runs a small legal practice in Market Shipborough for the eccentric people of ...
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Mr. Narbutowicz, an elderly Polish man who has survived a concentration camp, comes to see Peter,as the council want to evict him in view of all the rubbish in his house. Peter gives the case to Lyle...
Respected country solicitor Peter Kingdom, with the assistance of his apprentice Lyle and secretary Gloria, runs a small legal practice in Market Shipborough for the eccentric people of Norfolk. Peter lives with his slightly crazy sister Beatrice, and recently lost his half-brother Simon under mysterious circumstances. Written by
Originally by Mark Smith <email@example.com>, edited and emended.
From the summer of 1994 to the summer of 1995 Oakleigh House which is the setting for the Solicitors offices in the series was rented as a residence to an American family. There was also a 3 legged cat that came with the house. See more »
Wonderful Series, Mr. Fry and the cast are a delight.
Mr. Fry is wonderful, I was hooked from the first episode. From Black Adder to QI or Wooster and Jeeves, Mr. Fry is at his best. Watched all eighteen episodes over a long weekend. Just wished they had done a fourth season. The characters and situations flow brilliantly from episode to episode. Each show highlights individual situations that over lap each episode dealing with cast members and the story line of a contemporary small coastal English market town. It is also an interesting look at the practical workings of the British legal system. Showing the legal implications and interaction from a local stand point. Encompassing how the decisions made by the national authorities, impact the local population. Well worth the time. Enjoy!
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