Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 21, 1969
Status
N/A
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Country
UK
Network
BBC One TV Network
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Randall and Hopkirk (UK) (1969)

Jeff Randall and Marty Hopkirk are best friends and private detectives. The partnership is 'broken' when Marty is killed in a hit-and-run accident. After the funeral Jeff is wondering what to do next when he is approached by Marty (all in white) a ghost who has nominated Jeff as the only person who can see him. So the private detectives continue!

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  • The series was not a hit on its first transmission in Britain. It had no network slot and was moved to different times and days at will by the TV companies. Some regions had it competing…
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    The series was not a hit on its first transmission in Britain. It had no network slot and was moved to different times and days at will by the TV companies. Some regions had it competing against the BBC's highly successful Paul Temple (UK), and actually dropped R & H mid season due to the subsequent poor ratings.
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  • The white car driven by Mike Pratt was a "Vauxhall Victor FD". This was more or less unique to the Randall and Hopkirk show, but is commonly mistaken for the "Vauxhall Ventora" used in the…
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    The white car driven by Mike Pratt was a "Vauxhall Victor FD". This was more or less unique to the Randall and Hopkirk show, but is commonly mistaken for the "Vauxhall Ventora" used in the Department S show and had a similar but different registration. The Vauxhall Ventora has a six cylinder engine, therefore a different sound and has a slightly different grill and lights arrangement at both front and rear, compared to the Victor.
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  • Marty Hopkirk drove a red Mini registered BAP 245B, which was passed on to his widow after his death. Like most young men, Marty was possessive of his car and forbade Jeffrey Randall from…
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    Marty Hopkirk drove a red Mini registered BAP 245B, which was passed on to his widow after his death. Like most young men, Marty was possessive of his car and forbade Jeffrey Randall from driving it, even after he departed this world, as Jeffrey Randall was a hard driver and often got his Victor into scrapes during the course of his investigations.
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