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CI5: The New Professionals 

CI5, the British squad formed by George Cowley to combat 'anarchy, acts of terror, crimes against the public', has developed into an international force with operatives hired from around ... See full summary »
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 Harry Malone 13 episodes, 1999
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 Chris Keel 13 episodes, 1999
Colin Wells ...
 Sam Curtis 13 episodes, 1999
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 Tina Backus 13 episodes, 1999
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 The Minister 3 episodes, 1999
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CI5, the British squad formed by George Cowley to combat 'anarchy, acts of terror, crimes against the public', has developed into an international force with operatives hired from around the world by the 1990s. With connections to the FBI, CIA and other law-enforcement agencies, CI5 operates outside borders with a group of specialists under a similar brief. Written by Jack Yan

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Action | Crime

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19 September 1999 (UK)  »

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CI5 - Ammattilaiset  »

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Follows The Professionals (1977) See more »

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(title theme)
by Laurie Johnson
Arranged by Chris Winter & Hywell Maggs
Produced by David Bainbridge
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entertaining remake
20 March 1999 | by See all my reviews

This Nineties update of a Seventies show is very enjoyable, although not as good as the original.The new cast take a few episodes to fit into their characters and Edward Woodward,excellent as he is, never matches the inventiveness of Gordon Jackson's Cowley.The first few episodes are very similar to the old series but the new crew develop a different and original style as the series progresses.Later episodes are more in the James Bond mould but boast impressive action sequences and an excellent score by Hywel Maggs and Chris Winter.As with the old series no one watches the Professionals for the writing but the spectacular action and the enjoyable interplay between the characters.


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