Tales of Scotland Yard centering on a detective team. A sort of half-way house between Dixon of Dock Green and 'Z' Cars. The detectives are still 1950s style with good elecution and ... See full summary »

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Raymond Francis ...
 Chief Det. Supt. Tom Lockhart / ... (236 episodes, 1959-1967)
Eric Lander ...
 Det. Insp. Harry Baxter / ... (140 episodes, 1959-1967)
Johnny Briggs ...
 Det. Sgt. Russell / ... (80 episodes, 1962-1966)
Michael McStay ...
 Det. Sgt. Perryman / ... (80 episodes, 1960-1966)
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Tales of Scotland Yard centering on a detective team. A sort of half-way house between Dixon of Dock Green and 'Z' Cars. The detectives are still 1950s style with good elecution and authoritative manner. A range of classic cases but gritty it isn't. Each case centres on one crime and one criminal. Written by nickjg

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(236 episodes)

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