Lame Ducks (TV series)

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Lame Ducks
GenreComedy
Written byPeter Hammond
Directed byJohn B. Hobbs
StarringJohn Duttine
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of series2
No. of episodes12
Production
Producer(s)John B. Hobbs
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkBBC2
Original release22 October 1984 –
22 October 1985

Lame Ducks is a British television sitcom made by the BBC in 1984 and written by Peter J. Hammond.

The series starred John Duttine as Brian Drake, a man who, when suffering a serious injury after being hit by a truck, can no longer work and decides to head off to live as a hermit; as he goes along, he is joined by various other outcasts, including a woman called Angie (played by Lorraine Chase). The group eventually settle at a derelict railway station.

Later, a private detective called Ansell (played by Brian Murphy), hired by Drake's wife (Primi Townsend), locates the group, but as an outcast himself, decides to join them.

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