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The Bill ( 1984 ) > Season 6 > Episode 63

The Bill: Young, Garfield, Stamp and Loxton are playing cards. Young wins. The others decide to give Young a hard time as Garfield and Stamp are in CAD. It is Cryer's anniversary. He goes out with Young to an accident where a dog has been hit by a car. The flowers he brought his wife have been destroyed and due to a language problem June gets a wreath.

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Title: Attitudes
Air Date: August 07, 1990
Runtime: 60 mins
Genres: Crime Drama
Countries: UK
Actors: Alex Walkinshaw Andrew Lancel Chris Simmons Eric Richard Graham Cole Mark Wingett Roberta Taylor Simon Rouse Trudie Goodwin

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