Neverwhere: Season 1, Episode 4

Blackfriars (3 Oct. 1996)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | Fantasy
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Door and Richard share a glass of 40,000-year-old wine from Atlantis with the Angel Islington. He tells them that the only way to find out who killed Door's family is to deliver a vital key... See full summary »

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Gary Bakewell ...
Richard Mayhew
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Hywel Bennett ...
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Tanya Moodie ...
Hunter
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Serpentine
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The Abbott
Damien Lyne ...
Gary
Evroy Deer ...
Brother Fuliginous
Charlotte Harvey ...
Mother
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Elizabeth Marmur ...
Jessica
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Door and Richard share a glass of 40,000-year-old wine from Atlantis with the Angel Islington. He tells them that the only way to find out who killed Door's family is to deliver a vital key to him. But the key is in the custody of the machine-gun-carrying Black Friars. Written by Anonymous

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Mister Croup says that the Tang Dynasty figurine was made by Kai Lung. Kai Lung is, in fact, a fictional ancient Chinese storyteller in a series of humorous and satirical books by Ernest Bramah, published between 1900 and 1940. See more »

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The Abbott of the Black Friars: Now for the nice cup of tea.
Richard Oliver Mayhew: Is this part of the ordeal?
The Abbott of the Black Friars: Part of the ordeal for us...
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