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Dalziel and Pascoe For Love Nor Money (1996–2007) Online

Dalziel and Pascoe For Love Nor Money (1996–2007) Online
Original Title :
For Love Nor Money
Genre :
TV Episode / Crime / Mystery / Drama
Year :
Directror :
Warren Clarke
Cast :
Warren Clarke,Colin Buchanan,Diana Quick
Writer :
Reginald Hill,Mark Holloway
Type :
TV Episode
Time :
1h 30min
Rating :
Dalziel and Pascoe For Love Nor Money (1996–2007) Online

Dalziel and Pascoe investigate the death of Donald Fitzgerald who is found the morning after his retirement party bludgeoned to death on a golf course driving range with three golf balls shoved into his mouth. He had returned home after the party to tell his wife he was leaving her and then left the house, taking with him a new golf club he received as a retirement gift. Suspicion falls on Danny Macer who was recently acquitted in a murder case with striking similarities. When they find a key on Fitzgerald that leads to safe deposit box with a 100,000 pounds, they begin to wonder exactly what their ex-colleague was up to. A second murder leads them to one of their own.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Warren Clarke Warren Clarke - Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan Colin Buchanan - Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Diana Quick Diana Quick - ACC Stella Applegarth
David Royle David Royle - Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Keeley Forsyth Keeley Forsyth - Det. Const. Carrie Harris
Ian Curtis Ian Curtis - DC Dean Sheldon
Bill Armstrong Bill Armstrong - Dr. Jeff Waller (as William Armstrong)
Ruth Gemmell Ruth Gemmell - Rachel Waller
John Duttine John Duttine - Danny Macer
Pippa Guard Pippa Guard - Elizabeth Fitzgerald
Christine Bottomley Christine Bottomley - Christine Fitzgerald
David Crellin David Crellin - Bob Barnes
James Puddephatt James Puddephatt - Dr. Paul Ashurst
Josh Moran Josh Moran - Howard Geary
Lorna Anders Lorna Anders - Journalist

User reviews



Andy Dalziel seems to be fighting against his ghosts from the past, as he finds out that there is much more to the death of his colleague (hours after his retirement) than just the involvement of someone who walked because of the errors of that retired colleague. For a man of such ample proportions, he surely can deal with details. Dalziel and Pascoe are amongst England's finest. Not Morse, nor Midsomer murders, but still very much a class of their own. Miss Quick is wonderful as she combines female power in uniform with the sheer elegance of a truly mature actress. If only Peter Pascoe could produce a genuine smile. Qui custodet ipso custodes (who shall overlook the over-lookers).