Class of ’76
Character: DI Tom Monroe
Original Release: October 3, 2005 (UK)
Directed by: Ashley Pearce
Written by: John Ireland
Produced by: Adrian Bate, Matthew Bird
Distributed by: ITV network
Running Time: 180 minutes (2 parts)

Cars swerve to avoid an agitated man wandering on a freeway until the man is hit by a truck and killed. Eyewitnesses said the man, Pat Fisher, was clearly disturbed, and some on the police force think that no other explanation or investigation is necessary - except for Detective Tom Monroe (Robert Carlyle).

Finding newspaper clippings, class photos and tape recordings about Fisher's classmates dating back to 1976 in the dead man's apartment, Monroe discovers three other mysterious deaths among the class. Soon the deaths and their strange circumstances, which date back to the kidnapping and murder of 10-year-old Amy Irvine, begin to haunt the detective as much as they did Fisher.

In this tense, gripping psychological thriller, Monroe must unravel the mystery of the Class of '76 before, as Fisher warns from beyond the grave, "It won't be suicide, won't be an accident. Every one of us, murdered


Cast & Characters

Daniel Mays (DS Steven Grant), Claire Skinner (Dr. Kate Tremaine), Robert Glenister (Frank Thompson), Sean Gallagher (Colin Somerville), Tony Haygarth (DS Pritchard), Anton Lesser (Martin Gibson), Amelia Curtis (Monica Grant), Kevin French (Aiden Thompson), Belle Mary Hithersay (Alison Carter), William Ilkley (Charlie Drain), Pip Torrens (Superintendent Flood)


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Episode Guide
1x01 - "Part 1" (original airdate: October 3, 2005)
DI Tom Monroe investigates the apparent suicide of a middle-aged man, and uncovers a series of deaths, whose victims all attended the same primary school class in 1976.
1x02 - "Part 2" (original airdate: October 4, 2005)
Haunted by the death of young Amy Irvine, DI Tom Monroe gets closer to the person killing her classmates.

Trivia
Filming Locations:
  • Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, England, UK
  • Despite good critical reception, no further episodes were produced.

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