When the Boat Comes In: Season 3, Episode 6

Requiem for a Loser (13 Oct. 1977)

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Jack learns that the witness to his staged infidelity has died. Dolly, told by her solicitor that her own adultery jeopardises her case, accuses Jack of deliberately stalling but he agrees ... See full summary »

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James Garbutt ...
Jean Heywood ...
John Nightingale ...
Madelaine Newton ...
Dolly Seaton
Malcolm Terris ...
Rosalind Bailey ...
Sarah Lytton
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lois Baxter ...
Lady Caroline #2
Vernon Drake ...
Hotel Porter
Nora Fulton ...
Mrs Lytton (as Norah Fulton)
Neville Jason ...
Pritchard
Susie Johns ...
Janet
Ralph Michael ...
Father Courtney
Bobby Pattinson ...
Eddy Morton
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Jack learns that the witness to his staged infidelity has died. Dolly, told by her solicitor that her own adultery jeopardises her case, accuses Jack of deliberately stalling but he agrees to repeat the exercise. Matt marries Sarah with Jack, at Sarah's request, as their best man, rather than Eddie Morton, to whom Matt had promised the role. Drunk and abusive at the wedding reception, Eddie accuses Jack of selling out before dropping dead. Billy also collapses through stress at work and returns to his parents' house to recover. With Father Courtnay leaving the area, Jack puts in a bid for the building in which the clinic is housed in Wellesley Street. Written by don @ minifie-1

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