Victorian era, 'Who done it' with the venerable Sergeant Cork battling entrenched views in a bid to use a more scientific approach to solving cases.Trusty sidekick Bob does not always understand his methods but faithfully co-operates..

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Ted Willis
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2   1  
1968   1966   1964   1963  

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Cast

Series cast summary:
John Barrie ...  Sergeant Cork 66 episodes, 1963-1968
William Gaunt ...  Bob Marriott 64 episodes, 1963-1968
Charles Morgan Charles Morgan ...  Superintendent Rodway / ... 44 episodes, 1963-1968
Freddie Fowler Freddie Fowler ...  Chalky White 36 episodes, 1963-1968
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Victorian era, 'Who done it' with the venerable Sergeant Cork battling entrenched views in a bid to use a more scientific approach to solving cases.Trusty sidekick Bob does not always understand his methods but faithfully co-operates..

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Crime

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 June 1963 (UK) See more »

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Runtime:

(65 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Remarkably, all episodes from the series exist in the television archives. The majority of British television from the 1950s to the 1970s are either partly or completely missing. See more »

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Referenced in Carry On Screaming! (1966) See more »

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'Sergeant Cork' remembered with affection.
5 September 2017 | by peteryates-38805See all my reviews

I used to enjoy 'Sergeant Cork' on Saturday evenings in the mid-1960s, not least with a fish and chip supper. Freddie Fowler's character Chalky was something of a scene stealer: 'Here's your tea, Sergeant - it's just how you like it: as hot as Hell and as strong as the Devil'. I paraphrase the quote today still, on occasion. Towards the end of the series, production standards seemed to slip - certainly it seemed like live television. I never found Charlie Rodway particularly convincing - sorry. Bruce Forsyth paid tribute to the show's two main characters in one of his Sunday Night shows around 1964.


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