AKA Albert Walker starring John Gordon Sinclair

The Many Lives of Albert Walker (2001)

The Many Lives of Albert Walker tells the true story of Albert Walker - a ruthless yet charismatic fraudster, his beautiful wife Helen and DC George Meyrick, the idiosyncratic Devon-based detective on his trail. When the body of Ronald Peck is found caught up in the nets of a Devon fishing trawler, Meyrick is assigned to the case.

With the police on their tail, the couple go on the run, leaving Meyrick to unpick the threads of their nomadic existence. Along the way, he discovers missing millions, a trail of aliases and the real nature of Morrow’s relationship with his wife..
producers:
Sophie Gardner/Ian MacDougall
director(s):
Harry Hook
cast:
John Gordon Sinclair, Robert Putt, Lesley Dunlop, Emma Buckley, John Benfield
photography:
October 2001

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