Copper Picture

Copper Picture

Copper is an original BBC drama. It is set in the 19th century.
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Copper Premiere Pic

Copper Premiere Pic

Put 'em up! You're looking at a photo from the series premiere of Copper.
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Copper Scene

Copper Scene

You're looking at a photo from "Husbands and Fathers." It's the second episode of Copper.
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Corcoran on the Case

Corcoran on the Case

Did a black pastor commit a heinous crime? Corcoran considers the evidence on episode three of Copper.
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The Empty Locket Scene

The Empty Locket Scene

You're looking at a scene from "The Empty Locket." It's the fourth episode of Copper.
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Boxing in the 1800s

Boxing in the 1800s

Put up your dukes! This is a photo from the Copper episode "La Tempête."
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Corcoran Gets a Warning

Corcoran Gets a Warning

Will Corcoran heed Eva's warning in this episode of Copper. "Arsenic and Old Cake" is the sixth installment of the show's first season.
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Partying on Copper

Partying on Copper

This photo from the BBC series Copper is courtesy of the episode "The Hudson School."
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Better Times are Coming Scene

Better Times are Coming Scene

This is a photo from "Better Times are Coming." It's the eighth episode of Copper.
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Corcoran Promo Pic

Corcoran Promo Pic

Detective Corcoran is at the center of Copper. This is a promotional photo of the character.
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The Fire Burns

The Fire Burns

Corcoran is forced to work with Morehouse and Eva when things come to a head on the season finale of Copper. "A Vast and Fiendish Plot" is the tenth episode of the show's first season.
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Copper Season 2 Scene

Copper Season 2 Scene

Copper was a modest success for BBC America. But the network pulled the plug after two seasons.
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Copper Quotes

Look around you, Corky. Since the riots, my people have been moving out of Five Points. My wife, her brothers were hung by the neck from those two lampposts.

Freeman

Morehouse: Corcoran cut off my leg and saved my life.
Corcoran: Luck of the Irish.
Morehouse: Don't be so modest, Corky. He saved my life and got himself a detective's badge.