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  • Season 12
  • Episode 1

Wexford copes with two abductions of teen-aged girls, the disappearance of a 3 year old from her bedroom, and the return of a paroled pedophile to the town.

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D.C.I. Wexford
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D.I. Burden
Louie Ramsay ...
Dora Wexford
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Jenny Burden
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Stephen Devenish
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Fay Devenish
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Tommy Smith
Sian Webber ...
Jane Andrews
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Colin Crowne
Annette Bentley ...
Debbie Crowne
Scarlett Jenkins ...
Sanchia Devenish
Nick Robinson ...
Edward Devenish
Elliot Henderson-Boyle ...
Robert Devenish
Matthew Mills ...
D.S. Vine
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Lizzie Crowne
Charon Bourke ...
Sylvia Wexford
Eve Bland ...
Brenda Boswell
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Carl Meeks (as Raymond Trickitt)
Ian Bartholomew ...
Trevor Ferry
Susie Baxter ...
Gillian Ferry
Carol Harvey ...
Suzanne Smith
Sasha Mitchell ...
DS Karen Malahyde
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Moira Wingrave
Ruth Mitchell ...
Vicky
Keith Newby ...
Jerry
Rebecca Manley ...
Tracey Miller
Bee Jay ...
Pathologist (as Bee Jaye)

Directed by

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Bruce MacDonald

Written by

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Ruth Rendell ... (novel)
 
Christopher Russell ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Christine Benson ... executive producer
Graham Benson ... executive producer
Graeme MacArthur ... associate producer
Tim Vaughan ... executive producer
Neil Zeiger ... producer

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Alan M. Trow ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Christopher Wentzell

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Doreen Jones

Production Design by

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Christine Ruscoe

Art Direction by

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Paul Cowell
Victoria Nelson

Costume Design by

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Jan Collins

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Toni Lee ... makeup designer
Debbie McKinlay ... makeup designer (as Debbie McKinley)

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Paul Judges ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Dominic Byles ... dressing props
Paul Cripps ... set dresser
Graham Curtis ... production buyer

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Rudi Buckle ... sound recordist
Jamie Caple ... dubbing editor (as Jamie Capel)
John Casali ... boom operator (as John Cassali)
Marc Lawes ... dubbing editor
Billy Mahoney ... dubbing mixer
Nigel Squibbs ... foley editor

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Nick Powell ... stunt coordinator

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Ian Clark ... focus puller
Andy Cole ... best boy
John Donahue ... gaffer electrician
John Hembrough ... camera operator
Doug Newton ... key grip
William Tracey ... rigging gaffer
Colleen Webley ... second assistant camera

Casting Department

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Helen Benger ... casting assistant

Location Management

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Peter Chadwick ... location manager

Script and Continuity Department

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Marissa Cowell ... script supervisor
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Plot Summary

DCI Reg Wexford and DI Mike Burden have their hands full. A teenage girl disappears for three days after having accepted a lift from a middle-aged woman. She is apparently unharmed but her parents are convinced she must have been molested. Then a second girl disappears under virtually the same circumstances. At the same time, a 3 year-old disappears from her bedroom just as a 72 year-old pedophile is released into the community. The police are satisfied that he had nothing to do with her abduction, but that doesn't prevent parents in the working class community from assuming that he isn't. Two murders however keep them busy as they try to decipher all of the information they are acquiring. Written by garykmcd

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Also Known As
  • The Ruth Rendell Mysteries: Harm Done
Runtime
  • 99 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Isobel Middleton makes way after one storyline as Malahyde is played by regular performer Sasha Mitchell in her final TV role. See more »
Movie Connections Follows Wolf to the Slaughter: Part One (1987). See more »
Crazy Credits The opening titles are the ones used as a norm for Ruth Rendell Mysteries but not the Inspector Wexford stories. See more »
Quotes Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford: Stephen Devenish is the most faithful husband on earth. He loves his wife - she's the one woman he can beat to a pulp.
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