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The Bill, TV Series, 1984-2010 IMDB

Pictures provided by: CarChasesFanatic, Star Wars Fanatic, stronghold, Sandie, THEBILL1996, jcb

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Also known as:

  • Lov og uorden (Denmark)
  • PolicŪa de barrio (Spain)
  • Metropolitan Police (Italy)

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stronghold EN

2007-08-16 07:58

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[Image: billmodelmurderunc1xd4.2804.jpg]

stronghold EN

2007-08-16 08:28

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car chase: Vauxhall astra (2003 police) vs /vehicle_122762-unknown.html and then later vs this scooter /vehicle_122766-unknown.html


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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-09-26 16:30

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any cool crashes?

stronghold EN

2008-02-26 09:09

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carchasesfanatic wrote any cool crashes?

Just added one ;)

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-02-26 11:12

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Has it been the last one to be aired Stronghold? could you tell me? i'd like to get it :)

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-03-01 22:25

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Stronghold :hello:

The crash of the police Astra was from a chase scene or was it just the crash?

stronghold EN

2008-03-01 22:38

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Chase & crash (chased by the Accord ;) )
it's from about a week or so ago ...I didn't tape all of the episode, so don't know the episode name :/

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carchasesfanatic ES

2008-03-01 22:49

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Thanks Stronghold ;)

stronghold EN

2008-07-11 10:22

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[Image: billsavethelastdance1cd3.3325.jpg]
Just adding some pics from an old 1988 episode (4.16)

vilero ES

2010-10-22 12:16

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THEBILL1996, could you add season and episode for your 2 Vauxhalls and MB Sprinter?

thebill1996 SX

2010-10-23 15:27

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added

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Sandie SX

2011-01-09 16:08

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Canceled in 2010.

stronghold EN

2012-10-25 12:31

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[Image: bill1-013.jpg]
Series 1

stronghold EN

2012-10-25 13:15

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rjluna2- eps 1.01
[Image: bill1-0132.jpg] [Image: bill1-0133.jpg]

eps 1.02
[Image: bill1-0216.jpg]

eps 1.11 (stolen light bulbs!)
[Image: bill1-1117.jpg] [Image: bill1-1118.jpg]


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stronghold EN

2012-10-26 05:17

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eps 1.03
[Image: bill1-0319.jpg] [Image: bill1-0310.jpg] [Image: bill1-039.jpg]
June Brown just prior to 'Eastenders' success and Bruce Payne (with hair!) before Hollywood's calling

eps 1.04
[Image: bill1-0441.jpg] [Image: bill1-0414.jpg]
Sean Bean among the MR.T & boy George posters + it seems the police were looking for Wayne Rooney! :)

eps 1.05
[Image: bill1-058.jpg]
for the 'Corrie' fans, John Savident (note- the Bo Derek '10' poster even has a 'corrie' reference!)

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stronghold EN

2012-10-27 02:35

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episode 6, 7, & 8 completed
Three more episode to do, to finish Series One (I'll be away this weekend up to tuesday night, again looking after my Mom & going with her for two hospital appointments Mon/Tues!)

rjluna2 US

2012-10-27 22:04

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Take care, stronghold :)

stronghold EN

2012-10-31 13:25

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Eps 1.11 Indian Movie posters
[Image: bill1-1110.jpg]

stronghold EN

2012-10-31 13:32

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rjluna2 wrote Take care, stronghold :)

Thanks again ..some light pics above in the comments for you.

stronghold EN

2012-10-31 13:53

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Series 1 completed.

rjluna2 US

2012-10-31 14:17

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stronghold wrote rjluna2- eps 1.01

eps 1.02

eps 1.11 (stolen light bulbs!)

Cool :king: The stolen light bulbs is in GLS shaped incandescent light bulb with the Bayonet Cap (BA22d).

My comments at Internet Movie Light Bulb Database.

-- Last edit: 2012-10-31 14:29:32

G-MANN UK

2012-11-06 23:07

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Nice work, Stronghold. Sometimes I've watched old episodes of The Bill on Youtube, including some of the earlier ones and it's fascinating to see what England looked like when I was very little (I was born in 1984)

kudos SX

2012-11-06 23:30

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MrTaft AU

2014-10-05 12:54

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I'm going to go through and get images of the main characters' personal cars from the '80s. Admirably the producers kept the same vehicles for the characters for several years (except Galloway, who changed cars each season, and Brownlow in '85/'87). From 1988-1990 (at least) Sgt Cryer, Insp Frazer, CI Conway, Ch. Supt Brownlow, Sgt Peters, and DI Burnside all had their personal vehicles featured in multiple episodes, getting into chases, crashes, and so on. :)

Sandie SX

2014-10-06 17:27

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I look forward to seeing more added to this series, I made a few captures from some YouTube videos some time ago but never felt they were good enough to upload.

ingo DE

2014-11-18 16:27

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A British series, made between 1984 and 2010 - and than without any Rootes-crap? :??:

cl82 will be shocked, when he notices that!!

dsl SX

2014-11-18 18:08

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He's not the only one ....

cl82 DE

2014-11-18 19:52

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I`m sorry but actually I am rather pleased than shocked. Probably this TV-show is a bit too young as by 1984 most of the Rootes-scrap had already gone to the scrap-heap. Nevertheless, I have to say that I spotted at least two Chrysler Avengers on this particular page. Or aren`t they accepted as genuine Rootes-crap?

JCB UK

2014-11-18 23:10

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Added 2.07 which is Scammell heavy :) and much takes place in a fascinating scrap yard / haulage yard under London arches

mike962 DE

2014-11-18 23:19

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why don't you visit such a scrapyard maybe some "treasures" are still there

johnfromstaffs EN

2014-11-19 08:38

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Thanks to our enlightened politicians, such scrapyards are now cleared away to reduce pollution and stop us enjoying ourselves.

JCB UK

2014-11-19 09:17

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mike962 wrote why don't you visit such a scrapyard maybe some "treasures" are still there


[Image: vlcsnap-2014-11-18-12h27m00s8.jpg] [Image: vlcsnap-2014-11-18-12h24m29s41.jpg]

I wouldn't mind looking on Streetview , will be a lot cheaper ! But don't know where it is in London , episode is on You Tube if anyone fancies id ing location.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRFzHtWTYBE

Nearly all of these type of yards and Victorian industrial buildings have been swept away in last 30 years and replaced with new housing , supermarkets or 'big tin shed' retail units .
Making England a very bland place.

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ingo DE

2014-11-19 12:39

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mike962 wrote why don't you visit such a scrapyard maybe some "treasures" are still there


johnfromstaffs wrote Thanks to our enlightened politicians, such scrapyards are now cleared away to reduce pollution and stop us enjoying ourselves.


To be precise: thanks to our EU-bureaucrats. They have caused the destroying and abandoning of classic junkyards. In Germany this law became valid in May 1998. In other EU-countries maybe bit later. The most legendary junkyards in the EU are gone. I can ask my fellow Martin http://icmesa.com/tinhunter/ for details.

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johnfromStaffs EN

2014-11-19 13:06

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All politicians fall into the same category, I make no distinctions in case I offend them.

JCB UK

2014-11-19 16:21

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cl82 wrote I`m sorry but actually I am rather pleased than shocked. Probably this TV-show is a bit too young as by 1984 most of the Rootes-scrap had already gone to the scrap-heap. Nevertheless, I have to say that I spotted at least two Chrysler Avengers on this particular page. Or aren`t they accepted as genuine Rootes-crap?


Also there is a 66 Commer PA van

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cl82 DE

2014-11-19 17:15

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Yes, I missed that one. Thanks!

chicomarx BE

2014-11-19 17:55

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ingo wrote To be precise: thanks to our EU-bureaucrats. They have caused the destroying and abandoning of classic junkyards.

Some people use ground water, even for household drinking. When you invest in a deep water pump you don't want carburetor fluid in it.

johnfromStaffs EN

2014-11-19 18:02

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The Bill was all shot in London.

Any water you drink there will already have passed through several dozen sets of bowels before you drink it. A little extra four star is no problem.

dsl SX

2014-11-19 18:40

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That's what frackers say as well.

ElSaxo IT

2014-11-19 19:02

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[off topic]
ingo wrote The most legendary junkyards in the EU are gone. I can ask my fellow Martin http://icmesa.com/tinhunter/ for details.

Year by year, I'm always amazed to see how http://www.icmesa.com/tinhunter/Pisa/LanciaFulvia.htm and http://www.icmesa.com/tinhunter/Pisa/LanciaGamma.htm are still registered, despite being rotting in open air for 35/40 years at least. Probably this was a "deposito giudiziario", where seized cars are eternally parked and left to disrepair for decades, and not a proper junkyard. In Italy still there are a lot of these places...
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ingo DE

2014-11-19 19:39

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dsl wrote That's what frackers say as well.

"It's just hot water and a bit soap, nothing bad at all. Nothing worse than the liquid in your bathtub."
These were the words of our guide at http://www.erdoel-erdgas-museum-twist.de/ . we had vistited at a local K 70-meeting.
Well, yes, museum and guide are sponsored by: http://www.wintershall.com/en.html

ingo DE

2014-11-19 19:46

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ElSaxo wrote
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In Italy still there are a lot of these places...
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[:heink] Really? Enough, that it's worth to travel there? My fellow Christian from http://www.audi-50.de/ travels since 25 years often to Italy, to the market in Padova for example. He told me, that -as in Germany- Italian junkyards aren't worth to visit any more since 20 years. Only modern plastic-junk, nothing for us.

Around 15 years ago I like to travel to Sweden, as there were still a plenty of marvellous junkyeards. But these times are gone, as my Swedish fellow told me. Not worth to go there just for that reason. In France the same, as francophile fellows told me, the junkyards aren't worth any visit any more. :/

johnfromstaffs EN

2014-11-19 20:29

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dsl wrote That's what frackers say as well.


They can do what they like as long as they don't get water in the engine oil.

johnfromstaffs EN

2014-11-20 09:31

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dsl wrote That's what frackers say as well.


Have you heard the news this a.m. ?

They want to frack Scotland. Jobs versus the environment, better vote green pdq.

ingo DE

2014-11-20 18:33

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johnfromstaffs wrote
Have you heard the news this a.m. ?

They want to frack Scotland. Jobs versus the environment, better vote green pdq.


Same in Germany. Today it was decided, that fracking shall not be totally forbidden here. :/

Sandie SX

2014-11-21 15:11

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@JCB: The contributions for 1.01 are here: /movie.php?id=400036

JCB UK

2014-11-21 17:11

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I see -missed that one :)

JCB UK

2014-11-27 20:41

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Added 2.01 to 2.04- couple of more unusual cars.

JCB UK

2014-12-23 10:48

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Unusual Citroen Convertible in background left -

[Image: vlcsnap-2014-12-22-12h57m26s145.jpg]
[Image: vlcsnap-2014-12-22-12h58m48s198.jpg]

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JCB UK

2015-01-06 21:35

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That's Series 1 to 3 finished , back to London's Burning now I think .

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