Callan (1967–1972)
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First Refusal 

When a third-party broker offers to sell the names of British agents in Eastern Europe for £100,000, Callan suspects a leak in London and races to find it before the broker's proposal expires.

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David Callan
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Lonely
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James Cross
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Toby Meres
Geoffrey Chater ...
Bishop
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Kitzlinger
Coral Atkins ...
Myra Kessler
Christopher Owen ...
Anton Bristac
Lisa Langdon ...
Liz March - Hunter's Secretary
Carl Bohen ...
Vopo Officer (as Carl Bohun)
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When a third-party broker offers to sell the names of British agents in Eastern Europe for £100,000, Callan suspects a leak in London and races to find it before the broker's proposal expires.

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15 March 1972 (UK)  »

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When Callan plays the reel-to-reel recording of Myra Kessler to Bristac, Edward Woodward accidentally leans on a switch, momentarily stopping the tape playback on the machine. The prerecorded soundtrack continues, as it is being played in on another machine off-set. See more »

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