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The Wimbledon Poisoner 

Henry Farr is a mild-mannered solicitor (lawyer) who lives a rather boring life in the London suburb of Wimbledon. Fed up with being bullied by his overpowering, feminist wife, Elinor, he ... See full summary »
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...  Henry Farr 2 episodes, 1994
...  Elinor Farr 2 episodes, 1994
...  Detective Inspector Russell Rush 2 episodes, 1994
...  Dr. Donald Templeton 2 episodes, 1994
...  Karim Jackson 2 episodes, 1994
Mabel McKeown ...  Maisie Farr 2 episodes, 1994
...  No. 47 2 episodes, 1994
Wendy Nottingham ...  Mrs. 47 2 episodes, 1994
...  Gunther 2 episodes, 1994
...  Mrs. Gunther 2 episodes, 1994
Bill Stewart ...  David Sprott 2 episodes, 1994
Melanie Kilburn ...  Edwina Sprott 2 episodes, 1994
Tim McMullan ...  Sebastian Williams 2 episodes, 1994
Vivienne Ritchie ...  'Billykins' Templeton 2 episodes, 1994
Joe Gecks ...  Arfur Templeton 2 episodes, 1994
Andy de la Tour ...  Graham Beamish 2 episodes, 1994
Joan White ...  Vera Loomis 2 episodes, 1994
...  Gordon Macrae 2 episodes, 1994
Mary Maddox ...  Lingalonga Boccherini 2 episodes, 1994
Matthew Owens ...  Caedman Macrae 2 episodes, 1994
Clovis Rau ...  Wulfstan Macrae 2 episodes, 1994
...  Dent 2 episodes, 1994
...  Police Constable 2 episodes, 1994
Richard Cubison ...  Hack 2 episodes, 1994
Jennie Goossens ...  2nd Hack 2 episodes, 1994
...  Vicar 2 episodes, 1994
Annee Blott ...  Library Assistant 2 episodes, 1994
...  Elderly Chemist 2 episodes, 1994
Dimitri Andreas ...  Mehemet 2 episodes, 1994
Valerie Singleton ...  Herself 2 episodes, 1994
Myles Hoyle ...  Ambulance Man 2 episodes, 1994
...  Roger from the Practice 2 episodes, 1994
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Henry Farr is a mild-mannered solicitor (lawyer) who lives a rather boring life in the London suburb of Wimbledon. Fed up with being bullied by his overpowering, feminist wife, Elinor, he decides that the only way to solve his problem is to murder her. But his attempts to poison her go dramatically wrong... Written by Martin Underwood <imdb@martinunderwood.f9.co.uk>

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11 December 1994 (UK)  »

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Truciciel z Wimbledonu  »

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Excellent!
14 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

If you have never seen this before then I suggest you do! Alison Steadman is brilliant (and gorgeous...) and as for Robert Lyndsey. I often laugh at the thought that he was Wolfie Smith (Power to the People) all them years ago... I like his talking to the audience, taking us through his trials & tribulations and adventures. Like all plays it soon gets dated and this play is no exception. It's from 1994 and it is looking dated in some parts, CRT displays for the computers (Windows 95 perhaps...) and 'F' reg cars, look at his Volvo estate (for the non initiated 'F' reg was from 1988), I did not notice any mobile phones, perhaps you do when you watch it, but I guess you'll be laughing so much that you may miss them...


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