Lovejoy (1986–1994)
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Lovejoy learns that his daughter is living with a middle-aged man and that a close friend has been duped into buying an expensive forged painting.

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Ian La Frenais (series created by), Jonathan Gash (from the books by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ian McShane ... Lovejoy
Phyllis Logan ... Lady Jane Felsham
Dudley Sutton ... Tinker
Chris Jury ... Eric Catchpole
Michael Kitchen ... David Herbert
Mel Martin ... Susan Lovejoy
Amelia Shankley Amelia Shankley ... Vicky Lovejoy
Antony Marsh Antony Marsh ... Michael Brightman
Grant Thatcher Grant Thatcher ... Jez Brightman
Nick Reding Nick Reding ... Mark McKinley
Amanda Burton ... Bonnie Wright
Paul Opacic Paul Opacic ... Andrew
Eileen Page Eileen Page ... Gloria
Minnie Driver ... Sarah
Graham Weston ... Wooller
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Storyline

Ex-wife Susan contacts Lovejoy after their daughter disappears and resurfaces living with a much older man,successful businessman David Herbert, a widower. When Bonnie,a friend of Lovejoy, appears to have been duped by art forgers operating from a shop run by junior minister Michael Brightman's son Jez,Lovejoy does some research into the newspaper archives and discovers that David's wife is alive and living in France. And after ensuring that Jez ends his dishonest ways Lovejoy finds that David,returning to his wife,has a pretty daughter of his own. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 March 1992 (UK) See more »

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Quotes

David Herbert: [Referring to his relationship with Vicky] I know I'm not what you had in mind for her.
Lovejoy: I didn't have anything in mind.
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References Above Us the Waves (1955) See more »

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Day Oh
[First line is sung]
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