A well-planned drugs raid goes amiss when an informer of DI Galloway's is stabbed and the supplier manages to get away in a car which bears diplomatic plates.

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Eric Richard ...
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Peter Ellis ...
Chief Supt. Brownlow
Tony Scannell ...
Jon Iles ...
Det. Con. Dashwood
Trudie Goodwin ...
Gary Olsen ...
Colin Blumenau ...
P.C. Edwards
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P.C. Carver
Roger Leach ...
Nula Conwell ...
Robert Hudson ...
P.C. Smith
Ashley Gunstock ...
P.C. Frank
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P.C. Hollis (as Jeffrey Stewart)
Norman Beaton ...
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A well-planned drugs raid goes amiss when an informer of DI Galloway's is stabbed and the supplier manages to get away in a car which bears diplomatic plates.

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Crime | Drama

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20 November 1984 (UK)  »

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Norman Beaton (Tomboy Robertson-the informant) is better known as Desmond from the 80's sitcom of the same name. See more »

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[Sgt. Cryer enters the charge room to find it jam-packed with the suspects from the drugs raid, along with a stressed Sgt. Penny, who is taking their names down]
Sgt. Penny: [raises his voice to all the suspects in the charge room] One at a time, what do think I am, a bloody robot? LET'S HAVE SOME QUIET, PLEASE!
Sgt. Cryer: [to Penny] 'Ere, is that perspiration on your forehead?
Sgt. Penny: How would you know?
Sgt. Cryer: Listen, I've got someone to make an old man very happy.
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