Wycliffe (1994– )
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Ellie Creed, whose father has just been imprisoned, is found strangled and the pathologist notes a similarity with unsolved serial killings a decade earlier. Chief suspect is Hugh Samford, ... See full summary »

Director:

John Glenister

Writers:

W.J. Burley (based on characters created by) (as W. J. Burley), Scott Cherry (by)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jenny Merrett Jenny Merrett ... Ellie Creed
Helen Masters ... DI Lane
Jack Shepherd ... Det. Supt. Wycliffe
Tim Wylton ... Franks
Jimmy Yuill ... DI Kersey
Suzan Sylvester Suzan Sylvester ... Jill Gillespie
Adam Barker Adam Barker ... DC Potter
Aaron Harris Aaron Harris ... DS Dixon
Hans Matheson ... Gary Creed
Eileen Davies ... Hannah Creed
Martin Bennetts Martin Bennetts ... Johnny Creed
Steve Jacobs Steve Jacobs ... Pete Robins
Maryann Turner ... Old Woman
Michael Cronin Michael Cronin ... Hugh Samford
Robert Putt Robert Putt ... Lionel Samford
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Storyline

Ellie Creed, whose father has just been imprisoned, is found strangled and the pathologist notes a similarity with unsolved serial killings a decade earlier. Chief suspect is Hugh Samford, in the frame before and now back in Cornwall after a long absence who has no alibi for Ellie's death or that of a second young woman. Kersey gets close to married Inspector Jill Gillespie, who liaised with the Creed family, making it more shocking when the true killer is exposed. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 August 1996 (UK) See more »

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Despite having prominent roles, Helen Wycliffe (Lynn Farleigh) and Len Rawlinson (Raymond Mason) were not credited. This is likely to have been an accidental omission from the on-screen credits. See more »

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