Reinstated and again working with Sergeant Lawson, Frost has two corpses on his hands. One is that of a man found floating in the river with cash and a list of numbers in his pocket. The other leads him into the competitive world of ballroom dancing and Miss Dolores Delmonte, whose search for perfection in her partners goes to alarming lengths.
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Did You Know?
Ken Drury re-unites with David Jason as the wig-wearing dancer, Oscar Belmont having worked with him as the wig-wearing midwife, Dr. McCallum in the episode of Only Fools and Horses titled, "Three Men, a Woman, and a Baby" (1991). See more
He was a bigamist all right, I suppose. Just thinking about it makes me tired.
Fly Me to the Moon
Written by Bart Howard
Instrumental played at dane hall See more