Jack the Ripper
A two-part T.V. movie made to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the unsolved murders in Victorian London.
Transmission date: 21st October, 1988 (U.S.A.)
Lewis’s character: Sergeant George Godley
Synopsis: The brutal murders of several Whitechapel prostitutes lead Inspector Abberline and Sergeant Godley along some intriguing lines of enquiry as they try to track down the notorious Jack the Ripper.
|Inspector Abberline||-||Michael Caine|
|Richard Mansfield||-||Armand Assante|
|Sir William Gull||-||Ray McAnally|
|Sergeant Godley||-||LEWIS COLLINS|
|Robert Lees||-||Ken Bones|
|Catharine Eddowes||-||Susan George|
|Emma Prentiss||-||Jane Seymour|
|Mary Jane Kelly||-||Lysette Anthony|
|Sergeant Kerby||-||Peter Armitage|
|Annie Chapman||-||Deirdre Costello|
|Prince Albert Victor||-||Marc Culwick|
|Sergeant Brent||-||Christopher Fulford|
|George Lusk||-||Michael Gothard|
|Dr. Llewellyn||-||Michael Hughes|
|Dr. Phillips||-||Gerald Sim|
|John Netley||-||George Sweeney|
According to David Wickes, Lewis had a black eye when he was invited to audition. As no one had any make-up with which to cover it, he auditioned for the part in profile.