Moon and Son

Season 1 Episode 1

Crystal Clear It's Murder

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Aired Saturday 7:55 PM Jan 04, 1992 on BBC
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Crystal Clear It's Murder
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When a dead Englishman is discovered dumped in Dieppe, a receipt leads Inspector Maurice Sardou to Gladys Moon and her son Trevor. It appears that Gladys, too, has been attacked, and police quickly arrest a student. Trevor believes this is a mistake, as he's sure Gladys's attacker used a toy gun; the murder weapon, however, is soon recovered, and it's real – and lethal – enough.

In England, Trevor links the dead man to alleged corruption by contractors building the Channel Tunnel and talks to the man's colleague, Dunblane, and also to the widow. As a result two heavies take both Gladys and Trevor's girlfriend Cecile hostage, threatening Trevor also before being routed by Cecile. The English police warn Trevor to stay clear of the investigation, but back in France he is challenged by Sardou to help exonerate the student by dowsing for the alleged toy gun.

A witness comes forward who saw the real gun thrown away, and while Sardou and the English police pursue this lead Gladys learns that the dead man's wife was having an affair with Dunblane. When Trevor confronts them about this he is ambushed by the killer, who in turn is shot by police arriving to make an arrest.moreless

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Jake Nightingale

Jake Nightingale

Second Thug

Guest Star

Nick Ellsworth

Nick Ellsworth

First Thug

Guest Star

William Lawrence (II)

William Lawrence (II)

McNulty

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Patrick Drury

Patrick Drury

Inspector Sardou

Recurring Role

Laure Killing

Laure Killing

Cecile

Recurring Role

John Fitzgerald-Jay

John Fitzgerald-Jay

Mathieu

Recurring Role

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