A former jazz trumpeter, now a derelict, overhears a plot to blow up a boat and its owner.

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Insp. Reg Lawson (as Charles Tingwell)
Don Barker ...
John Stanton ...
Gary Day ...
Sen. Det. Phil Redford
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Jack Allan ...
Joe Connor
Roly Barlee ...
Hughes
Alfred Bell ...
Robert
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Bo Monroe
Lindsay Edwards ...
Constable
Syd Heylen ...
Kelpie
Denzil Howson ...
Sergeant Casey
Roy Lyons ...
Rev. Blair
Louis Seater ...
Constable
Jerry Thomas ...
Ned
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Bo Monroe is an ex-jazz trumpeter, now a derelict. When Bo reads in the paper that his ex-wife Bunny Scott is to make a singing comeback, his own dreams of a return are given their last chance of realisation. Bo has to get his trumpet out of hock, and when he overhears a plot to blow up a boat and its owner with it, he tries to sell the information to the police. Bo, now a witness, is a marked man. He eventually cons the money for his trumpet from someone else, and the criminals and Bo move to a climax at Bunny's comeback concert. Written by Darren Smith

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30 April 1974 (Australia)  »

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Bunny Scott is played by Jean Lewis, a Sydney jazz singer and recording artist. An actual concert was staged for the final sequence with Jean Lewis backed by a jazz group. The part of Bo Monroe was specially written for Max Cullen by his brother, Cul Cullen, who won a 1974 Logie award for Best Script for this episode. See more »

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