Sacked from the family firm,George is on his way to visit Rowlands Castle by train when a blonde named Elizabeth asks him to hide her from a sinister foreigner. Before she leaves she gives him a package to guard with his life and asks him to shadow a bearded fellow passenger. He ends up in a Portsmouth hotel where he encounters Balkan aristocracy in pursuit of a grand duchess who is a runaway bride and a police inspector following a saboteur - the bearded man - and his accomplice, Betty Bright-Eyes. Which of these, if at all, is the girl in the train? And will George ever see her again?- Written by don @ minifie-1
After George Rowlands saunters into his job at midday, his uncle and employer fires him. He decides to go on a short holiday, primarily due to a lack funds, and sets off on the slow train to Portsmouth. He is no sooner in his compartment than an attractive young woman begs him to hide her, which he does by putting her under his seat. He is confronted by a loud and threatening foreign gentleman, but refuses him access to his compartment. The young woman leaves the train at the first stop giving Rowlands a small parcel for safekeeping and a request that he keep an eye on a bearded man in the next train car. Thus begins the adventure that Rowlands only dreamed about a few days earlier. At a dreary Portsmouth hotel, he will have an encounter with a foreign prince and his henchman, a Scotland Inspector and may very well have to put himself in danger. The intrepid Rowlands loves every minute of it!- Written by garykmcd
George Rowland hides a young girl on a train. She's escaping from her "uncle", an hulking brute who is very possibly a foreign spy. The girl gives to George an odd parcel and she disappears.- Written by igorlongo
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