Doctor at Sea (1974)
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Sir John and Baby Doc 

Dick gets the sack and Duncan resigns in protest. With Collier gone and the Binghams bringing up triplets they've nothing to stay around for and become ship's doctors on passenger liner the... See full summary »

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David Askey

Writers:

Richard Gordon (creator), Gail Renard | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Ernest Clark ... Professor Sir Geoffrey Loftus / Captain Norman Loftus
Robin Nedwell ... Dr. Duncan Waring
Geoffrey Davies ... Dr. Dick Stuart-Clark
Graham Armitage ... Shop Assistant
Lincoln Webb Lincoln Webb ... Seaman
David Prowse ... Nobby (as Dave Prowse)
Sandra Dickinson Sandra Dickinson ... Nurse
Christopher Biggins ... Steward
Joe Gladwin ... Dispenser
Roy Evans Roy Evans ... Rodent Operative
Terence Conoley Terence Conoley ... Captain Lightwater
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Dick gets the sack and Duncan resigns in protest. With Collier gone and the Binghams bringing up triplets they've nothing to stay around for and become ship's doctors on passenger liner the Begonia, only to find the captain is Sir Geoffrey's twin brother Norman. Next day they are shipped aboard by a crane to a very dirty ship whose last doctor died of suspected parrot fever and where they are likely to be pursued by crewman Mad Jake. Fortunately they find out in time they're on the wrong ship, it's not the Begonia after all. Written by don @ minifie-1

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21 April 1974 (UK) See more »

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