Boon (1986–1992)
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Of Meissen Men 

Ken is engaged by Marion Kershaw to search for her missing husband, a businessman involved in the import/export trade. Ken and Harry find themselves handling stolen goods when they try to ... See full summary »

Director:

Frank W. Smith

Writers:

Douglas Watkinson, Jim Hill (creator) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Brigit Forsyth Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham
Joshua Le Touzel Joshua Le Touzel ... Christopher Heath
Jan Jennings Jan Jennings ... Receptionist
Stephen Churchett ... Billy Hooper
Sean George Sean George ... Tony Price
Wanda Ventham ... Marion Kershaw
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
William Hoyland William Hoyland ... Peter Benson
Peter Kelly Peter Kelly ... Eric Beveridge
Anthony Milner Anthony Milner ... David Merrick
Danny Webb ... Mike Hawkins, Policeman (as Daniel Webb)
Tony Doyle ... Alan Eastwood, Policeman
Martin Clunes ... Viscount James Blackwater
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Storyline

Ken is engaged by Marion Kershaw to search for her missing husband, a businessman involved in the import/export trade. Ken and Harry find themselves handling stolen goods when they try to assist the police in a case involving the international theft of antiques. Written by ADRIAN DEW

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Genres:

Comedy | Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Details

Release Date:

23 October 1989 (UK) See more »

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Quotes

Harry Crawford: Right! I'm a man of very few words. Pack up and bugger off.
Viscount James Blackwater: I beg your pardon?
Harry Crawford: And if you *have* dug up anything, bung it in the back of the Land Rover.
Viscount James Blackwater: I don't think we know each other, do we?
Harry Crawford: We're as friendly as we're ever going to get, mate!
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