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Only One Woof 

James has another encounter with Mr. Biggins, who is convinced the vets are just out to take his money. When his cow dies, he suggests it's James' fault. The vets also meet Jip, a sheep ... See full summary »

Director:

Roderick Graham

Writers:

James Herriot (books), Johnny Byrne (by)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Timothy ... James Herriot
Robert Hardy ... Siegfried Farnon
Peter Davison ... Tristan Farnon
Lynda Bellingham ... Helen Herriot
John McGlynn ... Calum Buchanan
Richard Mapletoft Richard Mapletoft ... Seb Wilkin
John Sharp ... Mr Biggins
Andrea Gibb ... Deirdre McEwan
Ernest Clark ... Duke of Mannerton
Katharine Page Katharine Page ... Mollie Minikin
Sheila Tait Sheila Tait ... Jean Derrick
Freddie Fletcher Freddie Fletcher ... Bob Derrick
Oliver Wilson ... Jimmy Herriot
Rebecca Smith ... Rosie Herriot
Claude Close Claude Close ... Winston Mallock
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Storyline

James has another encounter with Mr. Biggins, who is convinced the vets are just out to take his money. When his cow dies, he suggests it's James' fault. The vets also meet Jip, a sheep herding dog who has never barked. Siegfried accuses Calum of pandering to panicky clients when he tells them to call the vets anytime, day or night. Tristan assists Mrs. Derrick who wants advice on raising goats. When she tells him her husband is retired, Tristan's picture of an elderly gentleman with a pretty young wife proves to be only half accurate. Calum meets the Duke of Mannerton who has an interesting proposition for him. Helen takes a liking to a stray cat and her kitten when they stray into the garden. Written by garykmcd

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK | USA | Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 February 1988 (UK) See more »

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Did You Know?

Goofs

The poster advertising Bob Derrick's match with Cas Davies misspells his opponents Cheshire hometown in his stage-name of "The Widness Whirlwind" (it should be Widnes). See more »

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References Gilda (1946) See more »

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