We follow the daily activities of two London bobbies, veteran George Dixon and rookie Andy Mitchell. Meanwhile, young hoods Tom and Spud plan a series of robberies with Tom's girl Diana, a discontented beauty, as inside worker. But in their second crime, one of our heroes is shot, setting off a citywide manhunt. The killer is clever, but will he outsmart himself? Written by
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
The unending battle of the city streets
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Did You Know?
Dixon's comment about the missing dog, "You ought to have called him Strachey", is a reference to the then Minister for Food, John Strachey. Strachey was in charge of rationing and, like the dog, was 'accused' of stealing food from the people. See more
George Dixon may have put the cape into the local police call box before starting his beat. See more
What d'ye think I am? Soft or something?
Referenced in Blue Murder: Tooth and Claw
Bless 'em All
Written by Fred Godfrey
Revised lyrics by Jimmy Hughes
and Frank Lake
Sung by Cameron Hall
at the police station See more