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Season: 1
Year: 1967 | 1968


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Brainwash

27 September 1967
American McGill, a former intelligence officer back in the States, was forced to resign when he was made the scapegoat in the wake of a scientist's defection to Russia. Now he operates as a private eye in England. Duped into believing he is going to meet a client, he is knocked unconscious and awakes to find himself a prisoner of Colonel Davies and his men. Davies was head of Ikwala, an African country which was subject to a coup and Davies replaced by local man Dr. Gwabe. Davies wants McGill to sign a confession admitting his part, on behalf of the American government, in the coup, and is prepared to torture and brain-wash him into making that confession.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Colin Blakely ... John
Howard Marion-Crawford ... Colonel Davies
Suzan Farmer ... Judy
Edric Connor ... Doctor Gwabe
Bill Brandon ... First Guard
George Leech ... Second Guard

Season 1, Episode 2: The Sitting Pigeon

4 October 1967
Rufus Blake,junior and most ineffectual member of a gangland brotherhood,is prepared to give evidence against his brothers at their trial,hoping he will be able to get his hands on their hidden loot. He has refused police protection and so McGill is assigned as his bodyguard. However Rudyard,the defendants' crooked lawyer,has engaged heavies to make sure that Rufus does not get to court. McGill has to keep him alive for twenty four hours.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Robin Bailey ... Rudyard
Lois Daine ... Valerie
George Sewell ... Rufus Blake
Mark Eden ... Jackson
Joe Melia ... Olsen
Sean Lynch ... Geordie
James Grout ... Franklin
David Garfield ... Baxter
Garfield Morgan ... Gilley

Carol Cleveland ... Miss Dinsdale

Peter Burton ... Anderson
Tom Bowman ... Prison Officer
Grace Arnold ... Female Singer
Humphrey Heathcote ... Male Singer
Merrill Colebrook ... 1st Model
Julie Bevan ... 2nd Model
Fred Wood ... Newspaper Seller outside Knightsbridge Station (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Day of Execution

11 October 1967
A car passes McGill and its driver,shouting out to him,addresses him as Mariocki and tells him he will be killed. McGill assumes it is a case of mistaken identity but more death threats follow -each referring to him as Mariocki and informing him that he will be murdered at twelve midnight. He needs that time to work out exactly who his would-be assassins are and how to elude them.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Rosemary Nicols ... Moira
Robert Urquhart ... Jarvis

T.P. McKenna ... Peter

Donald Sutherland ... Willard
Jeremy Spenser ... Bradshaw
Brian Peck ... Carman
Maggie Wright ... Anita
Jimmy Gardner ... Caretaker
Sally Geeson ... Girl At Cleaners
Brenda Lawrence ... Announcer
Richard James ... Messenger

Season 1, Episode 4: Variation on a Million Bucks: Part 1

18 October 1967
Max Stein,a Russian spymaster who has defected to the West,has stolen a million dollars and deposited them in a bank in Lisbon. He is shot but,before he dies,tells McGill of the cash's location. Against advice from a C.I.A. buddy McGill makes arrangements to travel to Portugal but he is followed by Russians and Americans alike.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Ron Randell ... Michaels
Yoko Tani ... Taiko
Anton Rodgers ... Max Stein

Aubrey Morris ... Kenneth
Simon Brent ... Bert
Warren Stanhope ... Johnson
Mike Pratt ... Detective Sergeant Peters
John Lee ... The Killer
Alan White ... Charles
David Baxter ... Bob
David Scheuer ... Lionel
Gundel Sargent ... Girl In Cafe
Marie-Lise ... First Model (as Marie-Lise Gres)
Penny Spencer ... Second Model
Arthur Howell ... The Harrassed Man
Ricardo Montez ... Guard (as Richard Montez)

Season 1, Episode 5: Variation on a Million Bucks: Part 2

25 October 1967
McGill sets sail to Lisbon on a tramp steamer but he is attacked by sailors out to get the key to the deposit box. In Lisbon he meets a woman called Lucia,who helps nurse him back to health and he gets to the money,promising Lucia a cut. However, as he is about to mail the cash to a safe address in London somebody else comes after him.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Ron Randell ... Michaels
Yoko Tani ... Taiko
Anton Rodgers ... Max Stein
Norman Rossington ... Captain

Aubrey Morris ... Kenneth
Gay Hamilton ... Lucia
Simon Brent ... Bert
Harry Landis ... Ryan
Warren Stanhope ... Johnson
Jeremy Wilkin ... Manny
Harry Tardios ... Steward
Ricardo Montez ... Guard (as Richard Montez)
George Zenios ... First Seaman
Agath Angelos ... Second Seaman
Makki Marseilles ... Third Seaman
Andreas Lysandrou ... Pharmacist's Mate
Arthur Howell ... The Harrassed Man

Season 1, Episode 6: Man from the Dead

1 November 1967
Rachel Thyssen,McGill's ex-girlfriend, spots her father Harry,who supposedly drowned years ago. Harry was McGill's boss in American intelligence from where McGill was forced to resign,scapegoated when LaFarbe,a scientist under observation,defected to Russia. Harry 'died' before he could clear McGill's name. Now he is undercover,relaying secrets back from LaFarbe, a double agent working for the Americans, back to the West. McGill needs his help but he is not the only one on Harry's trail,as the Russians are also taking an interest in him.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
John Barrie ... Harry Thyssen
Timothy Bateson ... Pfeiffer
Angela Browne ... Rachel Thyssen
Stuart Damon ... Williams
Fabia Drake ... Receptionist
Clifford Earl ... Policeman
Fred Haggerty ... Agent
Arthur Howell ... Moustache
Lionel Murton ... Coughlin
David Nettheim ... Leader
Dandy Nichols ... Landlady
Gerry Wain ... Cap

Season 1, Episode 7: Sweet Sue

8 November 1967
McGill is hired by the wealthy father of headstrong young Sue Mandel. She has recently become friends with two young men,Colin and Charles,who are helping themselves to his money and who,he believes,are planning to swindle him. By setting himself up as a mark,McGill takes the two on a poker game,where they try to cheat him but he cleans them out. The far-from-happy con men are now after his blood and he needs to persuade Sue of their intentions to survive.

Richard Bradford ... McGill

Judy Geeson ... Sue Mandel
George A. Cooper ... Mandel
David Cole ... Charles
Peter Blythe ... Colin
Ian McCulloch ... Kemp
Jacqueline Pearce ... Miss Brown
Terence Donovan ... Brent
Lewis Teasdale ... Waiter
John Clive ... Clerk

Season 1, Episode 8: Essay in Evil

15 November 1967
In Scotland McGill is engaged as a bodyguard by George Masters whose life has been threatened by three other businessmen,De Burgh,Harris and Peters,whom Masters is blackmailing,though he omits to tell McGill this. Also in on the death plot is Masters' wife Lucinda,who is having an affair with De Burgh.The trio have obtained a World War two mine and intend to blow their victim up on his boat. McGill decides that he wants no part of it but the three would-be killers decide that he knows too much and add his name to their hit list.

Richard Bradford ... McGill

Donald Houston ... George Masters

Peter Vaughan ... Felix De Burgh
John Cairney ... Peters
Wendy Hall ... Lucinda Masters
Maurice Good ... Harris
Frank Forsyth ... Lorry Driver
Richard Owens ... Lorry Driver's Mate
Angela Lovell ... Receptionist
Darryl Kavann ... Naval Guard
Marianne Stone ... Hairdresser
Peter Brace ... Crick

Season 1, Episode 9: The Girl Who Never Was

22 November 1967
McGill is hired by a female art dealer to locate Foley,a former World War Two soldier,who claims to know the whereabouts of a rare Botticelli painting he found in Italy. However the picture has been painted over to appear worthless and Foley's landlady has sold it to a junk shop. McGill is,however,not the only man hunting for the picture as Foley's wartime colleague Kershaw has also joined the chase.

Richard Bradford ... McGill

Bernard Lee ... Kershaw
Priscilla Morgan ... Mavis
Harold Goodwin ... Foley
Annette Carell ... Gilchrist
David Garfield ... Bateson
Basil Dignam ... Todd
Derek Smee ... Manager Of Aladdin's Cave
Raymond Smith ... Henry
Jack Bligh ... French
Vicki Woolf ... Frances
Charles Laurence ... Martin
Roy Vincente ... German Soldier
Bill Dean ... British Soldier

Season 1, Episode 10: All That Glitters

29 November 1967
McGill goes to the Cotswolds in pursuit of a little boy, Stephen, who has been kidnapped by the surly locals. The boy is the illegitimate son of aspiring politician Michael Hornsby, a fact of which his tolerant wife is aware. Though Hornsby does not have the required amount of ransom money demanded by Stephen's captors, McGill urges to play along with them and goes to meet the abductors and to face a gun battle.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Barbara Shelley ... Dolores Hornsby

Michael Goodliffe ... Michael Hornsby
Eric Thompson ... George
Duncan Lamont ... Tommy
Norman Wynne ... Mason
Dorothy Edwards ... Mrs. Hart
Edward Underdown ... Rankin
Derek Newark ... Rudy
Alan Baulch ... Steve
Peter Bennett ... Doctor
Kevin Stoney ... Barman
Dickie Owen ... Sergeant Jones
Larry Cross ... General Denmayer
Kathleen St. John ... Dowager

Season 1, Episode 11: Dead Man's Shoes

6 December 1967
Agent John Gilsen has uncovered a global drugs racket and,in fear of his life,returns to his native village in the English countryside to where he is pursued by assassin Guardino. Peters,the urbane head of the drugs ring,also engages McGill to find the fugitive but under false pretences. When a C.I.A. agent,also on the trail,is killed McGill sees that he has been duped and sets out to locate Gilsen before Guardino and put an end to Peters' network.

Richard Bradford ... McGill

Derren Nesbitt ... Lucas Guardino
John Carson ... John Gilsen
James Villiers ... Peters
Jayne Sofiano ... Juliette Crowther
Murray Evans ... Van Ruys
Noel Howlett ... Reverend Simon Blanding
Gerald Sim ... James Hedley
Laurie Asprey ... William
David Saire ... Joe Mason
John Brandon ... Philip Kane

Norman Mitchell ... Roberts
Harry Brooks ... Jacko
Larry Martyn ... Harry (as Larry Martin)

Season 1, Episode 12: Find the Lady

13 December 1967
McGill is in Rome when the Rossini jewels are stolen by master thief Guilio. McGill's informant Mori is aware of this and goes to get the jewels,which he does,but is killed by Guilio. Aware that McGill is now in possession of the jewels Guilio abducts a friend of his, Francesca,and threatens to kill her if McGil does not exchange her for the jewellery.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Patrick Cargill ... Commandante
Maxwell Shaw ... Guilio
Jeanne Roland ... Francesca
John Garrie ... Mori
Robert Rietty ... Insurance Executive
Norma Foster ... Angela
Clive Cazes ... Guiseppe
Guido Adorni ... Barman
Carlos Douglas ... Receptionist

Season 1, Episode 13: The Bridge

20 December 1967
McGill rescues depressed aristocrat's son Tim Gormond when he attempts suicide by jumping off the Albert Bridge into the Thames. Tim feels guilty because a friend of his died by falling from the bridge and believes he was the only witness. However the dead man's girl-friend Annabelle was also present and is bound up in the reason for the death. Her wealthy father Sir Walter Fenchurch is anxious that Annabelle should not be involved and tries to bribe McGill to prevent this .

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Bill Owen ... Lord Gormond

Jane Merrow ... Annabelle Fenchurch
Rodney Bewes ... Tim Gormond
Anthony Nicholls ... Sir Walter Fenchurch
Michael Culver ... Danny
Maureen Pryor ... Lady Gormond
Peter Birrel ... Rossiter

Simon Williams ... Lestrange
Judith Arthy ... Model Girl
Christopher Coll ... Second Yobbo
Robert Urquhart ... Jarvis (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Man Who Stood Still

27 December 1967
Gomez,an activist during the Spanish Civil War,is released from prison and returns to the countryside where,years earlier,in a ruin,he hid a stash of gold bars stolen from the Franco government. He engages McGill to locate Palma, now working for the Spanish police but also his erstwhile best friend who was responsible for his being sent to prison. McGill finds himself caught up in a long-standing feud.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Rupert Davies ... Gomez
Cyril Shaps ... Palma
Alex Scott ... Teniente
Philip Bond ... Luis
Jeanna L'Esty ... Leocadia
Neville Becker ... Paco
Hira Talfrey ... Senora Gomez
Ricardo Montez ... Spanish Taxi Driver
Harry Fielder ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Burden of Proof

3 January 1968
Henry Faversham, a diplomat in a South American country, is boarding a plane to come home to England when police chief Garcia tries to arrest him for stealing a huge sum of government money. When Faversham threatens to blow up the plane Garcia has to let him go but in London Faversham, expecting Garcia to follow him, hires McGill to bug a room in which the two men will meet and in which he will prove his innocence. Unfortunately Garcia abducts Faversham and McGill races to save him.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
John Gregson ... Henry Faversham
Nicola Pagett ... Carla Faversham
Wolfe Morris ... Colonel Felipe Garcia
Roger Delgado ... Ambassador
Charles Lloyd Pack ... Sir Charles Grainger
Gerald Sim ... Detective Inspector Hedley
Oscar Quitak ... Roman Guzman
Alastair Hunter ... Porter
John Railton ... Les
Richard Coe ... Charlie
Larry Taylor ... Getulio
Alan Watts ... Croupier
John Chandos ... Club Manager

Season 1, Episode 16: The Whisper

10 January 1968
Bigoted plantation owner Marcus Spencer bullies and abuses his African work force,refusing to pay them an agreed sum. Their ally is Father Ignatius Loyola,a Jesuit priest and Spencer gets McGill to investigate him. In fact he is an ex-mercenary called Porter,believed to be dead but,after locating and speaking to Porter's father,McGill sees that he is genuinely repentant and anxious to help the oppressed Africans. For this reason,it only seems right to defy the vile Spencer and his wife and go over to the side of the angels.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Patrick Allen ... Marcus Spencer
Colin Blakely ... Father Loyola
Sheila Brennan ... Penelope Spencer
Wallas Eaton ... Detective Inspector Samuels
Clifton Jones ... Corporal Silinga
Patrick Jordan ... Major Anderson
Jerold Wells ... Alfred Porter
Brian Hawksley ... Father General
Didi Sullivan ... Alex
Tommy Ansah ... Tchumbu
Michael Williamson ... Masekela
Dick Offord ... Memba (as Dick Offor)

Season 1, Episode 17: Why They Killed Nolan

17 January 1968
Private eye Nolan is shadowing the unfaithful husband of Mrs. Arnoldson,who is planning to flee the country with the much younger Angela. However there is something about his employer that Nolan recognizes from the past and he calls in his old friend McGill after the Arnoldson chauffeur shoots at him. Later the man does kill Nolan and McGill is framed for the murder. With the police on his trail he must work out why they killed Nolan.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Sam Kydd ... Nolan
Ursula Howells ... Mrs. Arnoldson
Griffith Jones ... Arnoldson
Paula Byrne ... Mrs. Nolan
Harold Goodwin ... Taxi Driver
Duncan Lamont ... Chauffer
Russell Napier ... Inspector George
Nike Arrighi ... Angela
John Lee ... Inspector Glenn

Trevor Peacock ... Lodger
Denise Buckley ... Manageress
Myvanwy Jenn ... Librarian
Norman Hartley ... Constable Martin
Mark Elwes ... Cashier

Season 1, Episode 18: The Boston Square

24 January 1968
McGill is hired to go to Greece in pursuit of Dalby, an oceanographer who has stolen plans relating to the commercial viability of sea farming. He catches up with his man but finds that Rudnik,an Albanian agent,is also interested in the stolen papers. In fact Dalby's flight is a cover for his real mission - to locate and destroy a secret Russian submarine base. McGill joins him and C.I.A .agent Packard in the assignment but they have dangerous opponents who take McGill's colleagues prisoner.

Richard Bradford ... McGill

Rex Everhart ... Packard
Peter Arne ... Rudnik
Vincent Ball ... Dalby
Basil Dignam ... Sir Eric Coulsdon
Howard Goorney ... Professor Leros
Jose Berlinka ... Desk Clerk
Robert Perceval ... American Official
Jeanna L'Esty ... Greek Airline Hostess
Alexandra Stevenson ... Miss Lamb

Ed Bishop ... American Agent
Peter Brace ... Marco (uncredited)
Larry Taylor ... Rudnik's Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Somebody Loses, Somebody... Wins?

31 January 1968
British agent Ruth Klinger apparently defects to the East Germans,who set her a loyalty test involving her old flame McGill,in Germany to track down the missing Johann Liedkind. Johann is in fact part of a neo-Nazi revivalist group,the discovery of which places McGill in a dangerous situation. But at the same time he is faced with a dilemma. How can he escape and save Ruth with him without blowing her cover?

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Godfrey Quigley ... Johann Liebkind
Jacqueline Pearce ... Ruth
Philip Madoc ... Kommandant
Carl Duering ... MfS Colonel
Paul Hansard ... Oberfeld
Carl Bernard ... Karl Braun
Gordon Sterne ... Ernst Liebkind
Peter Hager ... Fedora
David Scheuer ... Official At Airport
Derek Prentice ... Doorkeeper
Wendy Hall ... Receptionist In Hotel
Gerda Koeppler ... Old Crone
Maria Warburg ... Young German Woman
Bettina Jonic ... Singer in Bierstube

Season 1, Episode 20: Blind Spot

7 February 1968
Marcelle is a blind French girl, whose adoptive mother is robbed and killed. She places an advertisement for help in locating the killers which is answered by McGill. Strangely, however, both Marcelle's uncle and the French police try to warn McGill off the case. It soon becomes apparent that the innocent soirees that Marcelle regularly holds for other blind people are being exploited by a drug smuggling gang, placing her in danger.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Marius Goring ... Henri Thibaud

Felicity Kendal ... Marcelle
Derek Newark ... Maurice
William Dexter ... Inspector Banard
Inigo Jackson ... Stephane

Michael Bates ... Delacroix
Keith Marsh ... Leon
Gillian Lind ... Madame Robart
Nina Huby ... Arlette

Constantine Gregory ... Jeweller (as Constantin de Goguel)
Frank Maher ... 1st Thug
Terry Yorke ... 2nd Thug (as Terence York)

Season 1, Episode 21: No Friend of Mine

14 February 1968
Whilst Garfield Cameron,who owns a mining company in the African country of Kalunga,supports local politician Masuto,who seeks the country's independence, Garfield's son-in-law James Baldwin fears that Masuto's coming to power will mean the end of the mine so he and henchman Turner commit acts of sabotage on the mine to scapegoat and discredit Masuto. Garfield calls in McGill to investigate and expose the saboteur but,with the mine closed,he finds the country in a state of revolution.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Clive Morton ... Garfield Cameron
Errol John ... Masuto
Allan Cuthbertson ... Turner
Ralph Michael ... Governor
Philippa Gail ... Patricia Baldwin
Peter Halliday ... James Baldwin
Peter Williams ... Thomas Halliday
Harvey Hall ... Bates
Danny Daniels ... Ringleader
Horace James ... African Worker

Season 1, Episode 22: The Jigsaw Man

21 February 1968
In Italy McGill is employed by the wealthy Count Ugo to find his younger brother Silvio,who is shortly to come of age and thus will inherit a large sum of money,providing that he signs a document to accept it. Silvio is living in London with an artists' commune and makes it quite clear to McGill that he does not want his brother's money. However Count Udo has sent one of his heavies after McGill to make sure that Silvio signs on the dotted line.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Paul Bertoya ... Silvio
Michael Sarne ... Tony
Maurice Kaufmann ... Ugo

John Bluthal ... Berger
John Collin ... Ciro
Bridget Armstrong ... Louise Baines
Shivaun O'Casey ... Francine
Nike Arrighi ... Ivanna
Brenda Lawrence ... Marcia

Season 1, Episode 23: Web with Four Spiders

28 February 1968
Dr. Norbert is a lawyer on an advisory committee concerned with the international legislation of space travel and he is set up by an opponent of the committee who photographs him in a compromising situation with a prostitute. He goes to McGill for help but McGill finds that the doctor's opponents - and likely blackmailers - are not just rival businessmen but government representatives as well. So is there another reason for the blackmail?

Richard Bradford ... McGill

Ray McAnally ... Doctor James Norbert
Jacqueline Ellis ... Martha
Ralph Michael ... Sir Giles Watkins
Simon Oates ... Simon Croft
John Savident ... Joe Gulliver
Warren Stanhope ... Johnson
Lawrence James ... Lew Geraghty
Edward Evans ... Frederick
Philip Bond ... Philip Oliver
Edward Rhodes ... Digby Haynes
Robert MacLeod ... Jamieson
Frank Forsyth ... Commisionaire
Geoffrey Reed ... Taxi Driver
David Cargill ... Tout
Tony Doonan ... Johnny (as Anthony Doonan)
Katie Fitzroy ... Girl
Douglas Jones ... Pageboy

Season 1, Episode 24: Which Way Did He Go, McGill?

6 March 1968
Five years previously a gang of armed robbers pulled off a gold bullion heist but only one of the, Keith Earle,was caught and sent to prison. Now that he is out he is on the trail of the hidden loot as well as catching up with the former gang members who left him to his fate and to whom he is only too ready to dispense rough justice. McGill is engaged by the police to locate both the murderous Earle and the stolen gold.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Jennifer Jayne ... Joy

Donald Sutherland ... Earle
Hugh McDermott ... Soames
J.G. Devlin ... Eddy
Tom Criddle ... Fulton
Hedgar Wallace ... Norman
Veronica Hurst ... Mrs. Norman
Michael Hawkins ... Detective Inspector Stoke
Frank Gatliff ... Managing Director
Henry Lincoln ... Douglas (as Henry Soskin)
Rachelle Miller ... Model
Frank Forsyth ... Steward
Kenneth Cowan ... Detective Constable
Basil Clarke ... Porter
Robert Pitt ... Plainclothes Man
Mary Maude ... Helper in Stables

Season 1, Episode 25: Property of a Gentleman

13 March 1968
Jane Farson cannot understand why her ailing father is refusing to see her, a supposed instruction which her brothers make sure is carried out. Then Jane sees 'Property of a Gentleman',part of her father's extensive art collection,up for sale, She is perplexed as he has always refused to part with any of his paintings. She calls in McGill,who finds her brothers uncooperative but a night time visit to her father's room proves to be very educational - providing the answer to Mr. Farson's uncharacteristically odd behaviour.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Terence Alexander ... Gerald Farson
Justine Lord ... Jane Farson
Gordon Gostelow ... Chester Farson / Gray
Derek Francis ... Doctor James Vance
Frank Gatliff ... Auctioneer
Fredric Abbott ... Porter
Victor Brooks ... Logan
Charles Hodgson ... Charles Farson

Season 1, Episode 26: The Revolutionaries

20 March 1968
Living in exile in Sweden with his daughter Chantal,Dr. Maza has written his memoirs,in which he claims that the president of his country was murdered by the usurper Colonel Haider. Maza asks McGill to escort Chantal to London with his manuscript but,on the way, Chantal and the papers are taken by Haider. Fortunately Dr. Maza's publisher is on hand to help McGill rescue Chantal and her father and get the papers to London.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Hugh Burden ... Doctor Maza
Ferdy Mayne ... Haider
Sonia Fox ... Chantal
David Sumner ... Nuri
Barry Shawzin ... Maylouf
Bruce Boa ... Inspector Bergson
Marga Roche ... Toni Olsen
Louis Negin ... Amin
David Cargill ... Yuseef
Nick Zaran ... Casim
Hal Hamilton ... Police Sergeant
Mark Peterson ... Pilot

Season 1, Episode 27: Who's Mad Now?

27 March 1968
Joan Heinemann,an old flame of McGill,fears that she is being stalked by a mysterious woman though her husband Jason,who is having an affair,tells her that she is imagining things. When her dog is killed and thrown into the river she is sure she is right and calls in McGill,who uncovers a secret from Joan's past involving a traumatising occurrence within her family.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Robert Hutton ... Jason
Audine Leith ... Joan
Philip Madoc ... Doctor Forsyth
John Harvey ... Toby
Harriette Johns ... Mrs. Caggen
Luanshya Greer ... Diane
Hedger Wallace ... Williams

Season 1, Episode 28: Three Blinks of the Eyes

3 April 1968
Eleanor Duzac hires McGill to follow her much younger husband Bernard,whom she believes to have a mistress. The trail leads to a Paris club La Guillotine,well-known for staging mock executions,where Mcgill sees Bernard with his lover Janine. Acting on Eleanor's instructions Mcgill goes to Janine's flat to pay her off but finds that she has been killed and he has been set up as the murderer.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Faith Brook ... Eleanor
Drewe Henley ... Bernard
Charles Lloyd Pack ... Examining Magistrate
Dora Reisser ... Janine
John Gabriel ... Inspector Lamotte
Colin Jeavons ... Gaoler
Yvette Herries ... Comere
Hans De Vries ... Barman
Maggie Vieler ... Dancer
Sandra Burville ... Dancer
Anne Chapman ... Dancer (as Ann Chapman)
Marlene Domanska ... Dancer
Tony Kemp ... Dancer
Cheryl St. Clair ... Dancer
René Sartoris ... Dancer (as Rene Sartoris)
Michael Tye-Walker ... Dancer

Season 1, Episode 29: Castle in the Clouds

10 April 1968
Sir Dennis Galt, a senior British Civil servant, has been playing away whilst his wife is on holiday in Bermuda. When he learns that she is due home he breaks up with Magda, his mistress, but she runs off with a diamond brooch belonging to Galt's wife that he has lent her. To avoid scandal Galt asks McGill, not the police, to retrieve it before his wife returns and an irritating jeweller tells her what has happened. Magda claims to be from an aristocratic Austrian family who live in a castle but nevertheless her boyfriend Johnny is a ne'er-do-well who wants to sell the brooch to pay gambling debts. McGill sets out to stop him.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Gerald Flood ... Sir Dennis Galt
Gay Hamilton ... Magda

Edward Fox ... Ezard
Sydney Tafler ... Reynolds
Rachel Herbert ... Lady Carol Galt
Joseph Wise ... Senior Official
Faith Kent ... Saleslady
Will Stampe ... Porter
Jan Williams ... Girl Cleaner
Arthur Griffiths ... Newspaper Seller

Season 1, Episode 30: Night Flight to Andorra

17 April 1968
McGill has assembled a gang of burglars,supposedly to steal an art collection from a fairly inaccessible fortress in the Pyrenees mountains. Whilst they are in an old farm-house testing the glider which will gain them access to their destination,they are interrupted by Anne Weekes,a tourist who has stumbled off the beaten track,and McGill has to dissuade some of the gang members from killing her. He also has to act fast before they realise that they are not actually going to steal art treasures but top secret microfilm,on behalf of the British government.

Richard Bradford ... McGill
Fred Beauman ... Hotel Proprietor
Robert Crewdson ... Luis
Reed De Rouen ... Buck
Luanshya Greer ... Anne Weeks
Ewan Hooper ... Eddy
Charles Laurence ... Van Driver
Nita Lorraine ... Radek's Girlfriend
Zia Mohyeddin ... Rafael
Ricardo Montez ... Police Officer
Carlos Pierre ... Tomas
Peter Swanwick ... Butler
Edward Underdown ... Maxted
Peter Woodthorpe ... Radek

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