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Z Cars or Z-Cars was a British television drama series centred on the work of mobile uniformed police in the fictional town of Newtown, based on Kirkby, Merseyside. Produced by the BBC, it debuted in January 1962 and ran until September 1978.The series differed sharply from earlier police procedurals. With its less-usual Northern setting, it injected a new element of harsh realism into the image of the police, which some found unwelcome.Z Cars ran for a total of 803 episodes, of which fewer than half have survived. Regular stars included Stratford Johns (Detective Inspector Barlow), Frank Windsor (Det. Sgt Watt), James Ellis (Bert Lynch) and Brian Blessed ("Fancy" Smith). Barlow and Watt were later spun into a separate series "Softly, Softly".The name Z Cars relates to an imaginary "Z" Division of the local constabulary. The theme tune was based on a traditional Liverpool folk song, and was adopted by Everton Football Club as its official anthem.

Genres: Crime | Drama
Station: BBC One (UK)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Ended
Start: 1962-01-02

Z Cars Air Dates

S09E29 - Distance Air Date: 04 May 1997 11:00 -

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S09E30 - Ritual Air Date: 04 May 1997 11:00 -

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S09E31 - Legacy Air Date: 04 May 1997 11:00 -

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S09E32 - A New Broom Air Date: 04 May 1997 11:00 -

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Z Cars Actors

David Daker(PC Owen Culshaw (1967–1968))

Geoffrey Whitehead(PC Ken Baker (1964–1965))

Brian Blessed(PC "Fancy" Smith (1962–1965))

Jeremy Kemp(PC Bob Steele (1962-1963))

Frank Windsor(DS John Watt (1962-1965))

James Ellis(PC/DC/Sgt./Insp. Bert Lynch (1962–1965, 1967–1978))

Terence Edmond(PC Ian Sweet (1962–1964))

Michael Forrest(DC Glyn Hicks (1962–1964))

Joseph Brady(PC "Jock" Weir (1962–1965, 1967-1968))

John Barrie (DI/DCI Sam Hudson (1967, 1968))

Stratford Johns(DCI Charlie Barlow (1962–1965))

Leonard Williams(Sgt. Percy Twentyman (1962))

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