The Victory Movement is a fascist political party that is contesting the next election and a bomb is exploded outside the flat of the party's leader. A woman is a witness but Gideon has to find her and convince her to talk.

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Commander George Gideon
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Det. Chief Insp. David Keen
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Kate Gideon
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Sir Arthur Vane
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Geoffrey Miles
Angela Douglas ...
Cathy Miller
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Chief Supt. Bill Parsons
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Commissioner Scott-Marle
Ian Rossiter ...
Det. Chief Supt. Joe Bell
Dervis Ward ...
Keith Smith
Inigo Jackson ...
Leo Samson
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Marjorie Bennett
Peter Russell ...
John Hamilton
Dyson Lovell ...
Peter Bennett
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The Victory Movement, led by Sir Arthur Vane, is a political organisation that has fascist policies such as keep Britain white. It is contesting the next election, which has caused violent protests. When a bomb is exploded outside Vane's apartment Gideon is in charge of the investigation. The obvious suspects are his political opponents. A young woman is a possible witness but she has to be found and convinced to say what she knows. Another bomb makes the case more urgent. Written by jem

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17 October 1964 (UK)  »

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