Responsible old government bureaucrats are suddenly falling madly in love with the homely office charwoman - and they can't wait to tell her all of their secrets.

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Veronica Strong ...
Martha Roberts
Terence Alexander ...
Nigel Bromfield
Robert Harris ...
Sir Rodney Kellogg
Patrick Newell ...
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Thelma
Brian Oulton ...
Tait
Frank Gatliff ...
George Fryer
Ann Rye ...
Policewoman Grimshaw
Zulema Dene ...
Athene
Peter Stephens ...
Mr. Bellchamber
Norman Pitt ...
Basil Roxby
John Cobner ...
First Guard
Robin Tolhurst ...
Tait's Secretary
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Responsible old government bureaucrats are suddenly falling madly in love with the homely office charwoman - and they can't wait to tell her all of their secrets.

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3 February 1969 (USA)  »

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The building where the action begins shows the coat-of-arms of Watford borough council. See more »

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After Martha shoots "Rodders", we see (briefly) that her pistol is missing its upper parts, including the barrel, firing chamber and firing pin. See more »

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We love Veronica Strong!
10 May 2011 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Love All" is one of the last classics, third of 5 episodes scripted by veteran actor Jeremy Burnham and second directed by Peter Sykes ("Noon Doomsday"). Veronica Strong excels as Martha Roberts, a frumpy, chain smoking charwoman working at the Ministry, extracting top secret information from woman hating civil servants who inexplicably fall in love with her. Tara is the only one to notice the symptoms (and perfume), but also the one that unknowingly succumbs herself, led to attempt a despondent suicide. The climax reveals all, and Steed is the lucky beneficiary! The plot is certainly nothing new, but the execution makes all the difference, with a distinctive music score quite unlike any other done for the series. The final appearance for veterans Terence Alexander ("The Town of No Return" and "The Correct Way to Kill"), Brian Oulton ("The Charmers"), Frank Gatliff ("One for the Mortuary," "The Sell-Out," "A Chorus of Frogs"), and Norman Pitt ("A Change of Bait").


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