"Come Out Fighting" is an episode of Bergerac starring John Nettles, Terence Alexander, and Lee Montague. Boxer Eddie McCord comes to Jersey to challenge arrogant Frenchman Jacques Laronde for the middleweight title. Eddie and his wife Donna are black and are subject to racial abuse by local ... See full summary »

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... Jim Bergerac
Terence Alexander ... Hungerford
Lee Montague ... Inspector Dupont
... Jacques Laronde
... Eddie McCord
Eva Mottley ... Donna McCord
Jackie Farrell ... Matt MacDonald
... Chief
... Senator Beasley
Barry Lowe ... O'Brien
... Penter
Sean Arnold ... Crozier
Geoffrey Leesley ... Det. Con. Wilson
Mela White ... Diamante Lil
... Charlotte
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Boxer Eddie McCord comes to Jersey to challenge arrogant Frenchman Jacques Laronde for the middleweight title. Eddie and his wife Donna are black and are subject to racial abuse by local thugs, in addition to which a clumsy attempt is made to frame Eddie for theft. But when Donna is kidnapped, is this still the work of bigots, or of Lacorde trying to weaken his opponent, or is there a third explanation? Jim has to find out. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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31 December 1983 (UK)  »

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At one point Bergerac says that a southpaw is a boxer who leads with his right fist. In fact, a southpaw is a boxer who leads with his left, and the term has come to mean any left-handed person. See more »

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