Dalziel and Pascoe (1996–2007)
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A Clubbable Woman 

Two unorthodox police officers are called to investigate dodgy dealings at Wetherton rugby club after the body of their star player's wife is found dead at home.

Director:

Ross Devenish

Writers:

Alan Plater (screenplay), Reginald Hill (novel)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Colin Buchanan Colin Buchanan ... Det. Sgt. Peter Pascoe
Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Mark Lambert Mark Lambert ... Marcus Felstead
Steve Speirs ... Arthur Evans
Robert Hudson Robert Hudson ... Ted Morgan
Ralph Brown ... Sam Connon
Bernard Latham Bernard Latham ... Sid Hope
Jeremy Swift ... Dave Fernie
Ingrid Wells Ingrid Wells ... Alice Fernie
Susannah Corbett Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Soper
Claude Close Claude Close ... Duty Sergeant
Danny McGrath Danny McGrath ... David Wallis
Darren Tighe Darren Tighe ... Stanley Curtis
Andrée Bernard ... Gwen Evans
David Royle David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
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Two unorthodox police officers are called to investigate dodgy dealings at Wetherton rugby club after the body of their star player's wife is found dead at home.

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rugby | based on novel | See All (2) »

Genres:

Crime | Mystery | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 March 1996 (UK) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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[Dalziel is talking to Jacko Roberts in the rugby club bar when Gwen Evans walks in]
Jacko Roberts: There's one in every rugby club, isn't there?
Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel: What?
Jacko Roberts: A nubile woman to inflame the loins of the pack.
Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel: Aye, once upon a time it were Mary Connon. Now it's Gwen Evans.
Jacko Roberts: And Arthur doesn't like it.
Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel: Can't speak for *your* loins, Jacko, but I'd need a set of jump-leads.
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Confusing, too many fish in the barrel, needs some good acting
9 April 2010 | by clotblasterSee all my reviews

Very disappointing since I have been waiting patiently for this series to come to the US, but, well, this episode, the clubbable woman, makes little sense and is mushed together without any care for logic, character development, plot, atmosphere and the outrageous characterizations of the two main characters. Rushed at the end, fatuous in the beginning and flaky in the middle, this film has little to offer a viewer who has a right to expect something to work in 90 minutes of story telling. There is, however, nothing that works. Too little of the main characters and flaky presentation of the actual mystery is most disturbing. Daziel seems to be vulgar and anti-elitist, but wears top-drawer clothes and knows a lot about every facet of life. The subplot is a snippet at the end. And Ellie is moderately repulsive, but Pascoe is the worst--pretty boy to the max. P.C at work when homoerotic implications are rampant in this truly awful show.


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