New Scotland Yard - The Complete Series 2 DVD

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Starring John Woodvine as the highly experienced Detective Chief Superintendent Kingdom, New Scotland Yard presents an authentic portrayal of detective work in the increasingly violent London of the 1970s. With ex-Chief Superintendent Frank Williams (former head of the Yard's Murder Squad) acting as adviser, this second series also includes appearances by Dennis Waterman, Don Henderson, Philip Madoc, George Baker and Michael Kitchen. Having faced a disciplinary board on charges of misconduct...

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Released
15 April 2013
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650 minutes 
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PAL 
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The complete second series of the early 1970s London police drama. The show follows two members of the New Scotland Yard Criminal Investigations Department, Detective Chief Superintendent John Kingdom (John Woodvine) and Detective Inspector Alan Ward (John Carlisle), as they dedicate themselves to bringing some of the city's most troublesome criminals to justice. The episodes are: 'Nothing to Live For', 'A Case of Prejudice', 'A Gathering of Dust', 'Evidence of Character', 'Prove It', 'Shadow of a Deadbeat', 'Papa Charlie', 'Error of Judgement', 'Two Into One Will Go', 'The Money Game', 'We Do What We Can', 'Hoax' and 'My Boy Robby?'.

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