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Lazarus & Dingwall 

Lazarus & Dingwall Police spoof packed with corny gags, starring Mark Arden and Stephen Frost as a pair of somewhat unconventional murder detectives. Lazarus and Dingwall are a somewhat ... See full summary »
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Mark Arden Mark Arden ...  Mark Dingwall 6 episodes, 1991
Stephen Frost ...  Steve Lazarus 6 episodes, 1991
Peter Bland ...  Chief 6 episodes, 1991
Race Davies Race Davies ...  Beverly Armitage 6 episodes, 1991
Simon Godley Simon Godley ...  Plain Clothes 1 6 episodes, 1991
Neil Mullarkey ...  Plain Clothes 2 6 episodes, 1991
Jim Findley ...  Clinton Clinton 5 episodes, 1991
Jeremy Gittins ...  Gary Bateman 3 episodes, 1991
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Lazarus & Dingwall Police spoof packed with corny gags, starring Mark Arden and Stephen Frost as a pair of somewhat unconventional murder detectives. Lazarus and Dingwall are a somewhat unconventional duo in a more than slightly unconventional police department. The chief's both eccentric and incompetent, and everyone else in Really Serious Crimes is equally oddball, from desk worker and the object of Dingwall's affections, Beverly Armitage, to the plain clothes duo.

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UK

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English

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1 February 1991 (UK) See more »

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(6 episodes)

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Color
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Finally! I know the name!
5 June 2007 | by beowuufSee all my reviews

For years I have been trying to remember the name of this show, 'diezel and pasco' putting the final nails in the coffin for me ever remembering it correctly.

As said by the other reviewer, I remember it as a very funny show (I actually noticed Steve Frost on TV and Radio afterwards because of this series) in the ilk of Police Squad, but very British and with dead pan humour.

I seriously wish I could watch it again to see if it was as funny as I remember, and wish the BBC would release this... who knows, maybe one day!


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