Gideon C.I.D. (1964– )
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Subway to Revenge 

A man tries to push an accountant off a crowded subway platform. Only his friend takes it seriously and pesters Gideon to look for the would-be killer. Gideon finds three more sudden deaths and the race is on to find a motive.


(as Roy Baker)


(screenplay by), (original story by)


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Episode complete credited cast:
Commander George Gideon
Det. Chief Insp. David Keen
Kate Gideon
Anne Lawson ...
Ellen Winters
James Lane
John Stewart
Noel Dyson ...
Mrs. Lane (as Noël Dyson)
Alan Browning ...
Det. Supt. Lemaitre
Richard James ...
Matthew Gideon
Giles Watling ...
Malcolm Gideon
Brian Rawlinson ...
Duty Sergeant
Kenneth Henry ...
Sir Edwin
Don McKillop ...
Foreman (as Donald McKillop)


An unassuming clerk is stalked by man trying to kill him. His girlfriend becomes a pest until Gideon investigates personally. He finds several others from the firm had sudden deaths in the same way- falling into an underground train's path. Written by WesternOne

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Crime | Drama | Mystery




Release Date:

3 April 1965 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Death by subway!
15 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is another tightly written episode, but not so grim as usual due to the bubbly presence of Anne Lawson. (It's a pity she didn't do more TV shows.) The plot is pretty scary, involving an innocent accountant who is unaccountably the target of a murderer. What could have been really far-fetched is made plausible by careful writing. Once again Gideon seems to work night and day, and have a department with a wonderfully efficient phone service as he must intervene in the nick of time at the end. Another good episode, but Anne steals every scene she's in!

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