Lovejoy (1986–1994)
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Lovejoy is intrigued when famous violinist Lindsey Parry-Davies mysteriously asks him to make his valuable Stradivarius look like an imitation but nonetheless calls on the services of Tommy... See full summary »

Director:

John Crome

Writers:

Ian La Frenais (series created by), Jonathan Gash (from the books by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Ian McShane ... Lovejoy
Phyllis Logan ... Lady Jane Felsham
Dudley Sutton ... Tinker
Chris Jury ... Eric Catchpole
Michael Angelis ... Tommy Norris
Ronan Vibert ... Lindsey Parry-Davies
Philip Bond Philip Bond ... Duncan Strong
Sarah Alexander ... Muriel
Robert MacLeod Robert MacLeod ... Sterne
Robert Swann Robert Swann ... James Barnham-Smythe
Shirley King Shirley King ... Maud
Victoria Jeffrey Victoria Jeffrey ... Chemist Shop Assistant
Ronald Nunnery Ronald Nunnery ... Gateman
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Lovejoy is intrigued when famous violinist Lindsey Parry-Davies mysteriously asks him to make his valuable Stradivarius look like an imitation but nonetheless calls on the services of Tommy Norris,Liverpool supporter and king of the violin fakers. Eventually,after an attempt to burgle his house,Lindsey admits to Lovejoy that his plan was to thwart his stepfather,a failed musician who collects instruments solely to display them though the pair are reconciled. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Lovejoy: [to Jane] Could you dig a ittle, see what comes up with the shovel?
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Correction statement in end-credits: "In this episode of LOVEJOY it was mentioned that the firm W E Hill & Sons, experts in violins, no longer exists. We wish to point out that members of the Hill family are still in the violin business." See more »

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 January 1993 (UK) See more »

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