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Auf Wiedersehen, Pet

  • Season 3
  • 6 episodes
  • Drama

Summary

Third series of the British sitcom about migrant construction workers

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Episode 4: A Bridge Too Far

Summary

Joe Saugus throws the lads a monetary lifeline, offering to buy the transporter bridge on behalf of his people, while Barry has a final showdown with Kadi and Tatiana. Believing their financial worries are finally over, the lads set off to oversee the construction process in Arizona - where a hostile reception awaits them. Timothy Spall, Jimmy Nail, Tim Healy and Bill Nighy star.

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Cast

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BarryTimothy Spall
OzJimmy Nail
DennisTim Healy
NevilleKevin Whately
BomberPat Roach
MoxeyChristopher Fairbank
WymanNoel Clarke
Joe SaugusGordon Tootoosis
Jeffrey GraingerBill Nighy
Tatiana TaylorBranka Katic
KadiDragan Micanovic
Brenda HopeJulia Tobin

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DirectorPaul Seed
WriterFranc Roddam

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  • Episode 4

    A Bridge Too Far

    - , Drama

    Summary

    Joe Saugus throws the lads a monetary lifeline, offering to buy the transporter bridge on behalf of his people, while Barry has a final showdown with Kadi and Tatiana. Believing their financial worries are finally over, the lads set off to oversee the construction process in Arizona - where a hostile reception awaits them. Timothy Spall, Jimmy Nail, Tim Healy and Bill Nighy star.

    How to watch

    Next showing

    channeltimestatus

    Drama

    Drama
    -

    Details

    Formats
    Colour | SUB | WIDE

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    BarryTimothy Spall
    OzJimmy Nail
    DennisTim Healy
    NevilleKevin Whately
    BomberPat Roach
    MoxeyChristopher Fairbank
    WymanNoel Clarke
    Joe SaugusGordon Tootoosis
    Jeffrey GraingerBill Nighy
    Tatiana TaylorBranka Katic
    KadiDragan Micanovic
    Brenda HopeJulia Tobin

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorPaul Seed
    WriterFranc Roddam
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