Cluff

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Cluff
Created by Gil North
Starring Leslie Sands
John Rolfe
John McKelvey
Olive Milbourne
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 2
No. of episodes 19
Production
Producer(s) Terence Dudley
Alan Sleath
Running time 50 minutes
Release
Original network BBC1
Original release 3 August 1964 (1964-08-03) – 15 August 1965 (1965-08-15)

Cluff was a BBC TV detective television series set in the fictional town of Gunnershaw in the Yorkshire Dales. Based on the eponymous novels by Gil North, it featured Leslie Sands in the title role as Sergeant Caleb Cluff, and ran for two series between 1964-1965.

The entire first series including the pilot is missing from the BBC archives, but the second series has survived.

Cast[edit]

  • Leslie Sands as Detective Sergeant Caleb Cluff
  • John Rolfe as Detective Constable Barker
  • John McKelvey as PC Harry Bullock
  • Olive Milbourne as Annie Croft
  • Eric Barker as Inspector Mole (series one)
  • Michael Bates as Inspector Mole (series two)
  • Jack Howlett as Doctor Hamm
  • Pauline Williams as Mrs Madge Mole
  • Maggie Lambert as Mary Croft
  • Clive as Cluff's dog

Episodes[edit]

Series One[edit]

  • 6 April 1964: The Drawing Detective (pilot) (missing)
  • 3 August 1964: The Vagrant (missing)
  • 10 August 1964: The Amorous Builder (missing)
  • 17 August 1964: The Screeching Cat (missing)
  • 24 August 1964: The Widow (missing)
  • 31 August 1964: The Daughter-In-Law (missing)
  • 7 September 1964: The Manufacturer's Wife (missing)

Series Two[edit]

  • 15 May 1965: The Chicken
  • 22 May 1965: The Brothers
  • 29 May 1965: The Cigarettes
  • 5 June 1965: The Thief
  • 12 June 1965: The Professional
  • 19 June 1965: The Fireraiser
  • 4 July 1965: The Strangers
  • 11 July 1965: The Convict
  • 18 July 1965: The Daughters
  • 25 July 1965: The Husband
  • 1 August 1965: The Pensioner
  • 8 August 1965: The Dictator
  • 15 August 1965: The Village Constable

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