Man in a Suitcase (1967–1968)
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Night Flight to Andorra 

McGill has assembled a gang of burglars,supposedly to steal an art collection from a fairly inaccessible fortress in the Pyrenees mountains. Whilst they are in an old farm-house testing the... See full summary »

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Fred Beauman ...
Hotel Proprietor
Robert Crewdson ...
Luis
Reed De Rouen ...
Buck
Pamela Greer ...
Anne Weeks (as Luanshya Greer)
Ewan Hooper ...
Eddy
Charles Laurence ...
Van Driver
Nita Lorraine ...
Radek's Girlfriend
Zia Mohyeddin ...
Rafael
Ricardo Montez ...
Police Officer
Carlos Pierre ...
Tomas
Peter Swanwick ...
Butler
Edward Underdown ...
Maxted
Peter Woodthorpe ...
Radek
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McGill has assembled a gang of burglars,supposedly to steal an art collection from a fairly inaccessible fortress in the Pyrenees mountains. Whilst they are in an old farm-house testing the glider which will gain them access to their destination,they are interrupted by Anne Weekes,a tourist who has stumbled off the beaten track,and McGill has to dissuade some of the gang members from killing her. He also has to act fast before they realise that they are not actually going to steal art treasures but top secret microfilm,on behalf of the British government. Written by don @ minifie-1

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17 April 1968 (UK)  »

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Average bow out to a great series
12 June 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If 'Somebody Loses, Somebody...wins?' is a Man in a Suitcase take on the bond film, then this is their caper movie. Owing a lot to the heist movies so popular in the preceding decade, this episode sees McGill gathering a team for a 'robbery' which, inevitably, goes wrong.

Naturally everything isn't everything it seems - McGill is in fact after some sensitive information. Things are complicated by the group's discovery by a lost tourist. The woman becomes the centre of heated debate between honourable McGill and his more bloodthirsty crew..

The supporting cast are all fairly good and this episode sees standard direction and writing - but nothing more. It's all very average and its a real shame to see such a powerful series end on a whimper rather than a bang. Reed de Rouen must have been proud of it, however - as well as co-writing, he appears as one of the gang.


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