Homicide: Season 1, Episode 375

We'll Both Remember Angie (22 May 1973)

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Episode credited cast:
Leonard Teale ...
George Mallaby ...
Alwyn Kurts ...
Michael Preston ...
Sen. Det. Bob Delaney (as Mike Preston)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Atkins ...
Robert Anderson
Keith Eden ...
Asst. Commissioner
Neil Fitzpatrick ...
Santo Camilleri
Jenny Maloney
David John ...
Harry Jones
Anastasia Malinof ...
Angie Maloney (as Anastasia Malinoff)
Dennis Miller ...
Frank Rich ...
Louis Camilleri
Graham Rouse ...
Joe Maloney
Robert Schroeder ...
Greg Watkins
Ken Snodgrass ...
Mr. Anderson


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Murder by Bomb
12 October 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Homicide – We'll Both Remember Angie – 1973 This is episode 375 of the long running Aussie Police series, HOMICIDE. It was also the last episode shot in black and white.

A mailman, Nevil Thurgood, is making his rounds of a Melbourne suburb. He stops at the house of Graham Rouse to deliver a small parcel. Graham is kicking a ball around the front yard with his 6 year old daughter, Anastasia Malinoff.

Just then, a car goes roaring by with a Police car in hot pursuit. The chase rounds the block and returns down the same street. Malinoff, who has kicked the ball into the street, steps out to retrieve it.

She is just missed by the first car while the pursuing Police car slams on its brakes, stopping just short of the girl. Detectives, Michael Preston and George Mallaby exit the vehicle to check on the girl.

While Mallaby is talking to the girl's father and the mailman. Preston picks up the young girl and starts towards the house. Rouse hands her the mail package and asks her to take it inside.

Preston carries the child inside the home. Suddenly, there is an explosion. Preston and Malinoff are both killed in the explosion. The package had been a bomb.

The other Homicide detectives are soon on site with the lab boys in tow.

Rouse is questioned about people who might be after him. "No one" is the answer. The detectives check with his co-workers and ex-wife for some possible leads. The lab boys are also slowly putting the bomb case back together.

Now the detectives discover that Rouse had done a 6 month bit for possession of explosives 7 years before. He had been part of a group suspected of several bombings. The group was in the business of extorting people by threatening to destroy their stores etc.

The lab experts have managed to find enough pieces to find out where, and when, the package was mailed. They have a talk with the mail clerk who gives them a lead.

While the Police are backtracking the evidence, Rouse is busy himself. He knows exactly who is responsible. He builds himself a time-bomb. He takes said bomb, and a pistol, and heads out to get his vengeance.

He is after Neil Fitzpatrick, who just happens to be shacked up with Rouses ex-wife, Sandy Gore. Fitzpatrick also had been a member of the racket doing the blackmail. Fitzpatrick and Gore had gotten together while Rouse was in prison.

Fitzpatrick and Gore had been fighting of late and Gore had threatened to go back to Rouse. Fitzpatrick sent Rouse the bomb to eliminate him from any possible plans Gore had of returning to him. It was just bad luck the cop and the girl were killed.

Rouse breaks in and shoves a pistol in Fitzpatrick's face. Rouse trusses him up and tapes the time-bomb to his chest. "You have 7 minutes till it goes." Detectives Mallaby and Leonard Teale arrive just as Rouse exits the house. They had trailed the clues to Fitzpatrick. Rouse pulls his pistol but is disarmed by Teale. Mallaby hits the house and finds Fitzpatrick and the bomb. He manages to get the battery disconnected just in time.

Rouse and Fitzpatrick are hauled off to jail to face charges. The detectives then attend the funerals of Detective Preston and the young girl.

This is a decent episode of a first rate Police drama. (b/w)

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