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Great Pretenders 

As William Parker is finally laid to rest Sergeant Pratt recalls how Coulson tried to beat a confession out of Evans but Burns takes Gina to see another likely suspect,baker Henry Fuller,... See full summary »

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WPC Gina Dawson
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Frank Marshall
Justine Cain ...
Cathy Sinclair (as Justine Michelle Cain)
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Bill Pearson
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Sgt Sidney Fenton (as Charlie De'Ath)
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Linus Brody
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DI Jack Burns
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Deborah Burns
Kelly Hotten ...
Mary Cook
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Chief Superintendent Coulson
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Valerie Parker
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George Stern
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Henry Fuller
Mary Jo Randle ...
Grace Fuller
Richard Huw ...
Reverend Buckley
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As William Parker is finally laid to rest Sergeant Pratt recalls how Coulson tried to beat a confession out of Evans but Burns takes Gina to see another likely suspect,baker Henry Fuller,who had argued with Stanley's brutal father. Gina hears from Mrs Fuller that her husband had had an affair with female employee Sarah,who disappeared at much the same time as the boys. Meanwhile,tipped off by Fenton's informant Brody,the police prepare to foil a bank raid but look stupid when a different bank is robbed. Fenton is humiliated but tracks a gang member to the hide-out and leads a successful raid. As Donald's trial begins Gina interviews a third woman attacked in the park and goes to court where she persuades Sylvia to tell the truth,leading to Donald's acquittal. Gina is commended by Nelson and Burns - increasing Fenton's hostility towards her - but Burns has his own problems when Deborah has a breakdown and needs hospital admission. Gina and Cathy go to a coffee bar with their boyfriends... Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Romance

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20 March 2013 (UK)  »

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References Slightly Scarlet (1956) See more »

Soundtracks

Que Sera, Sera
(uncredited)
Written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
Performed by Doris Day
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