Hetty Wainthropp Investigates: Season 1, Episode 5

A High Profile (31 Jan. 1996)

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A desperate mother hires Hetty to locate her schizophrenic son who has disappeared and is off his medication.

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Derek Benfield ...
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Geoffrey
Conor Ryan ...
Michael Townsend
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Hilda Townsend
Lloyd McGuire ...
Reg Townsend
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Ian
Ann Rye ...
Landlady
Johnny Maxfield ...
Todd (as Johny Maxfield)
Jane Cox ...
Aileen
Amanda Loy-Ellis ...
Geraldine
Janys Chambers ...
Geraldine's Mother
Chris Brailsford ...
Sergeant Wood
Phillip King ...
P.C. Lyons (as Philip King)
Josh Moran ...
Hotel Guest
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A worried mother of a missing schizophrenic son, who is off his medication, hires Hetty to find him. One of his pen pals shares a poem he wrote; the mother fires Hetty and pursues a clue from the poem herself. Her husband, the stepfather, agrees to continue paying Hetty to find Michael. Tracing him to the place where he was happy as a child, knowing he is now delusional and depressed, Hetty and his mother try to find Michael before he crashes. Written by jeaneva

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Hetty Wainthropp: [as her legs are hurting her] So much of this job is leg work. You have to keep in trim.
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Shall We Gather at the River
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Composed by Robert Lowry (1864)
Sung offscreen at Salvation Army headquarters
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