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A Touch of Frost

  • Season 1
  • 3 episodes
  • Drama
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Episode 3: Conclusions - Part One

Summary

Part one of two. A casino is robbed, presenting Jack with a fresh challenge to his deductive powers, and things go from bad to worse when a local police officer is reported missing. David Jason stars, with Sue Johnston, Bruce Alexander and George Anton. Concludes tomorrow.

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Cast

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DI Jack FrostDavid Jason
Supt Stanley MullettBruce Alexander
DC WebsterGeorge Anton
DCI AllenNeil Phillips
Phyllis BowmanSue Johnston
Roger MassieBen Daniels
Stella MassieNorma West
Ronnie EustaceDouglas McFerran
Diana WebsterCaroline Paterson
Maureen ShelbyJane Hazlegrove
Leslie RussellTony Armatrading
Baroness Sophie von EssenbeckDominique Barnes
Julia KIngRowena King

Crew

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DirectorAnthony Simmons
ProducerDon Leaver
WriterRichard Harris

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  • Episode 3

    Conclusions - Part One

    Summary

    Part one of two. A casino is robbed, presenting Jack with a fresh challenge to his deductive powers, and things go from bad to worse when a local police officer is reported missing. David Jason stars, with Sue Johnston, Bruce Alexander and George Anton. Concludes tomorrow.

    How to watch

    Next showing

    There are no live broadcasts scheduled for this show.

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    DI Jack FrostDavid Jason
    Supt Stanley MullettBruce Alexander
    DC WebsterGeorge Anton
    DCI AllenNeil Phillips
    Phyllis BowmanSue Johnston
    Roger MassieBen Daniels
    Stella MassieNorma West
    Ronnie EustaceDouglas McFerran
    Diana WebsterCaroline Paterson
    Maureen ShelbyJane Hazlegrove
    Leslie RussellTony Armatrading
    Baroness Sophie von EssenbeckDominique Barnes
    Julia KIngRowena King

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorAnthony Simmons
    ProducerDon Leaver
    WriterRichard Harris
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