Nick poses as a crooked navigator to join a sleazy airline crew that's been smuggling in the far east, and is quick to murder anyone, including their own men to stay in business.

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Episode credited cast:
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Sir Andrew Wilson
Michael Quinn ...
Nick Craig
Leonard Sachs ...
Dr. Siligi
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Wang
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Wacker
Angela Browne ...
Helen Winters
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Khan
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Robert E Lee (as Eric Young)
Julie Allan ...
Suzie
Norman Johns ...
Airline Captain
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Sam Chowdhary ...
1st Indian (as S.S. Chowdhary)
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Algar (as Nyall Florenz)
Garard Green ...
Personnel officer
John A. Tinn ...
Chinese barman (as John Tinn)
Jaron Yaltan ...
1st Customs officer
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Nick poses as a crooked navigator to join a sleazy airline crew that's been smuggling in the far east, and is quick to murder anyone, including their own men to stay in business.

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Crime | Drama

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23 September 1961 (UK)  »

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Disappointment

This was the first episode of this series from UK I watched and it will be the last, I can promise. Well, that's British, flat, unexciting at the most, with actors I don't know at all. British TV industry was far better in the science fiction or horror, mystery schemes, not crime. Or you have to wait till some over the top shows such as SWEENEY. Although little crime films made in the early sixties, the same period that this show, were Worth, I admit. See for instance the Danziger's or Butcher - something like this - productions. very good little crime features with always different characters.

No, sorry folks, I don't like this kind of stuff, but I absolutely wanted to try it first before telling my opinion.

Only my own opinion, nothing else. Maybe most of you will like it, that's the worst I wish you.

The director for this episode is Don Sharp.


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