Bergerac (1981–1991)
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Winner Takes All 

Grumpy software designer Jarvis McLeod receives death threats through his computer and his wife Monica's dog is poisoned. Then the speaker deputising for him at a conference is blown up. ... See full summary »

Director:

Robert Young

Writers:

Robert Holmes (by), Robert Banks Stewart (series created by)

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
John Nettles ... Jim Bergerac
Terence Alexander ... Hungerford
Michael Gambon ... Jarvis McLeod
Connie Booth ... Monica McLeod
David Schofield ... John Logan
Sean Arnold ... Crozier
Louise Jameson ... Susan Young
Deborah Grant ... Deborah
Jolyon Baker Jolyon Baker ... DC Barry Goddard
Mela White Mela White ... Diamante Lil
Nick Brimble ... Arthur Putnam
Nancy Mansfield Nancy Mansfield ... Peggy Masters
Bryan Oliver Bryan Oliver ... Police Constable
Charlie Daze Charlie Daze ... Electrician
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Storyline

Grumpy software designer Jarvis McLeod receives death threats through his computer and his wife Monica's dog is poisoned. Then the speaker deputising for him at a conference is blown up. McLeod is not popular but the chief suspect seems to be John Logan, the embittered ex-partner in his business - though he has an alibi. Bergerac wonders if McLeod is actually behind the so-called death threats. Certainly the culprit seems to be somebody close to home. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

UK | Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 January 1987 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

When Bergerac mutters "So much for Conan Doyle" in the conversation about how the dog reacted, he is referring to the Sherlock Holmes story "Silver Blaze" in which the fact that a dog didn't bark during the night indicated that he was already familiar with an intruder. Writer Robert Holmes probably included this line as an oblique reference to his own surname. See more »

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