Bergerac (1981–1991)
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Diplomatic Incident 

With less than a month's service before he quits the bureau, Jim is recalled from his French holiday to help protect Per Wemstrom, a political economist whose enemies wish to stop him from ... See full summary »

Director:

Ken Grieve

Writers:

David Crane (by), Robert Banks Stewart (series created by)

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
John Nettles ... Jim Bergerac
Terence Alexander ... Hungerford
Julian Glover ... Per Wemstrom
Michael Feast ... Gillis
Thérèse Liotard ... Danielle (as Therese Liotard)
Jay Benedict ... Martin Colley
Sean Arnold Sean Arnold ... Crozier
John Telfer John Telfer ... Willy Pettit
David Kershaw David Kershaw ... Ben Lomas
Michael Mellinger ... Albert Leufroid
Al Ashton Al Ashton ... Detective Constable Dowsett
Christopher Whitehouse Christopher Whitehouse ... Chief
Lisa Climie Lisa Climie ... Wendy
Murray Ewan Murray Ewan ... Axel Staaf
Tip Tipping Tip Tipping ... Clandel
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Storyline

With less than a month's service before he quits the bureau, Jim is recalled from his French holiday to help protect Per Wemstrom, a political economist whose enemies wish to stop him from attending a conference in support of Russian economic growth. Wemstrom survives an assassination attempt, after which Gillis, his male secretary, disappears, causing Jim to suspect his involvement. And what of the American, Colley, supposedly advising Danielle on viticulture but overly interested in Jim's work? Before he can retire to France, Jim must find who is out to kill Wemstrom. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Details

Country:

UK | Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 March 1990 (UK) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (BBFC entry for UK DVD)

Color:

Color
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Quotes

[Jim is questioning the assistant of Per Wemstrom, a very abrasive and forever-complaining Swedish political economist]
Jim Bergerac: Is there a *right* way to handle that man?
Gillis: When he's in a good mood, any way is the right way. When he's not, every way is the wrong way. You what you have to understand, what I've learned, he needs constant attention.
Jim Bergerac: You don't like him, do you?
Gillis: I work for him, Sergeant. I admire and respect him. Liking or not liking is irrelevant.
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