McCloud (1970–1977)
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London Bridges 

Lord Charles Bridges, a noble cat burglar, swipes his party host's prize ring and hides on a balcony just in time to witness the owner's murder; on inspecting the ring, he discovers it ... See full summary »

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Sam McCloud
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Chief Peter Clifford
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Sgt. Joe Broadhurst
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Lord Charles Bridges
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Chris Coughlin
John Lehne ...
Jack Garland
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Simon Fletcher
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John Keaton
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Liam O'Brien
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Inspector Craig
Susan Woollen ...
Tracy Bridges
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Matt Clayton
Derek Murcott ...
Deputy Inspector Phillips
Roger Newman ...
Lord Rothwell
DeAnn Mears ...
Lady Sinclair
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Lord Charles Bridges, a noble cat burglar, swipes his party host's prize ring and hides on a balcony just in time to witness the owner's murder; on inspecting the ring, he discovers it contains microfilm plans of Buckingham Palace and places where Irish terrorists plan to plant bombs on the Queen's birthday. Written by Peter Harris

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6 March 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Philadelphia Freedom
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Written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin
Instrumental version played during the mansion party
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Wonderful series and episode
10 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

I remind that wonderful TV show when I watched it, in my childhood. But maybe not this very episode, that permits me to see the late Jack Cassidy, escaped from his nearly usual Columbo épisodes. Here, his character reminds me too the one he had facing Peter Falk. I love this early seventies atmosphere, with Dennis Weaver and JD Cannon. I am happy and lucky to watch this whole series soon, during the year. And the épisodes are long enough, as the Columbo ones were. Plots may, this way, be fully explained, in deep way enough for the audiences. I won't repeat this one already done in the plot line above. But, believe me, it's really worth watching, for nostalgia gem diggers. I will certainly be back to comment more épisodes.


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