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Kissing the Gunner's Daughter: Part One ()


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When an off-duty DS Martin tries to be a hero during a bank robbery, not only does he get shot dead, but it also triggers a chain of events involving murders and deceit.

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Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
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Det. Insp. Burden
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Sheila Wexford
Louie Ramsay ...
Dora Wexford
John Warnaby ...
Augustus Casey
Charles Collingwood ...
Restaurant Manager
Angela Crow ...
Mrs. Griffin
David Jackson ...
Mr. Griffin
James Ryland ...
Andy Griffin
Rosalind Thomas ...
Charge Nurse
Jacqueline Defferary ...
Daisy
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Joyce Virson
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Brenda Harrison
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Newscaster
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Det. Sgt. Barry Vine
Andrew Pearson ...
Jason Sebright (as Andrew Brett)
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Nicholas Virson
Julia Wallace ...
Ishbel MacSamphire
Sasha Mitchell ...
DC Carla Maynard
Chris Matthews ...
Prison Doctor
Joseph Peters ...
Jem Hocking
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Jenny Burden
Samuel Cains ...
Mark Burden
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Bib Mew
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Jonathan Hogarth
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mike Eastman ...
Mourner (uncredited)
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DCC Freeborn (uncredited) (voice)
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Sgt. Martin (uncredited)
Robert Morgan ...
John Gabbitas (uncredited)
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Gunner Jones (uncredited)

Directed by

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Mary McMurray

Written by

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John Davies ... (originally developed for television by)
 
Matthew Jacobs ... (adaptation)
 
Ruth Rendell ... (novel)

Produced by

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Graham Benson ... executive producer
Neil Zeiger ... producer

Music by

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Brian Bennett

Cinematography by

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Nigel Walters ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Christopher Wentzell

Editorial Department

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Steve Crabb ... assistant film editor
Jim Lownie ... assistant film editor

Casting By

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Doreen Jones

Production Design by

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Mark Ward

Art Direction by

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Peter Bull

Costume Design by

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Rita Angell

Makeup Department

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Toni Holmes ... makeup artist
Debbie McKinlay ... makeup artist (as Deborah McKinlay)

Production Management

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Graeme MacArthur ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Sarah Baker ... third assistant director
Jon Older ... first assistant director
Stephanie Sullivan ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Colin Bradbury ... construction coordinator
Graham Curtis ... production buyer
Heather Gibson ... design assistant
Max Grant ... stand-by craftsman
John Hamon ... graphics
Paul Kearney ... property master
Kenny Palmer ... stand-by propman
Lee Rogers ... stand-by propman
Mike Swanston ... construction coordinator

Sound Department

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Andrew Boulton ... sound recordist
Peter Dansie ... dubbing editor
Dave Fallon ... dubbing mixer
Mark Newson ... assistant dubbing editor
Geoff Smyth ... boom swinger

Special Effects by

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Steve Tomkow ... special effects

Stunts

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Peter Brace ... stunt driver
Sy Hollands ... stunt driver
Paul Jennings ... stunt driver
Denise Ryan ... stunt arranger
Mark Southworth ... stunt double / stunt driver
Nick Wilkinson ... stunt driver

Camera and Electrical Department

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Julian Barber ... camera operator
Bruce Barraclough ... focus puller
John Donoghue ... gaffer electrician
Alan Imeson ... camera grip
Mick Lay ... electrician
Steve Philps ... best boy
Roy Robberts ... electrician

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Sheryl Brittain ... wardrobe mistress
Richard Evans ... wardrobe assistant

Location Management

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Tony Annis ... location manager
Ian Strachan ... location manager

Music Department

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Dick Plant ... music recordist: Honeyhill Studios, Hertfordshire

Script and Continuity Department

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Gwenneth Hughes ... continuity (as Gwen Hughes)

Additional Crew

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George Baker ... production associate
Catherine Bolwell ... production coordinator
Lesley Gourley ... secretary to producer
Peter Harvey ... production accountant
Ann Head ... cat trainer: Animalation
Gay Huse ... assistant accountant
Dawn Mortimer ... production coordinator
Josh Sparks ... computer program designer

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Also Known As
  • Kissing the Gunner's Daughter: Part One (United Kingdom)
Runtime
  • 180 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia British telecom has had a lot of product placement over the years but this was the first story to show a van with the B.T. logo (rather than the old yellow cans with blue livery). This was probably filmed around the time the government sold its final shares in the company. See more »
Goofs The gun alleged to be the weapon used is a Colt c 1851 cap-and-ball revolver, which would have been obvious, and not leave no characteristic barrel marks to be worried about. See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Simisola: Part One (1996). See more »
Crazy Credits Sgt. Martin (Ken Kitson) was not listed in the closing credits even though he played a prominent role in the episode. See more »

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