The Sweeney (1975–1978)
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Robert Hargreaves, who has an apparently distinguished military background, joins Regan's team. However, at a raid on a caravan site to capture a gang of ex-soldiers who have carried out a ... See full summary »

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Norman Eshley ...
Arthur English ...
Tug Wilson
George Sweeney ...
Bernard Spear ...
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Ralph Arliss ...
Ames
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Helen Hargreaves
John Alkin ...
DS Tom Daniels
Anne-Louise Wakefield ...
Susie Farmer
Shay Gorman ...
Shaw
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Robert Hargreaves, who has an apparently distinguished military background, joins Regan's team. However, at a raid on a caravan site to capture a gang of ex-soldiers who have carried out a violent robbery and are armed, Hargreaves bottles it and cowers behind a tree. Running against the general tide of opinion, Regan believes he is unsuitable for the job but needs to find out more. Written by don @ minifie-1

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reference to uri geller | See All (1) »

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Action | Comedy | Crime | Drama

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4 October 1976 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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When the Flying Squad are at Tim Cook's caravan about to nick him, Regan tells Hargreaves to position himself by the tree on the right, when Regan does so, he is actually pointing to the tree on the left. See more »

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[Carter is interviewing Eileen Shaw over a drink in the pub where she works. Her drink is a sickly yellow colour]
Det. Sgt. George Carter: What do you call that?
Eileen Shaw: It's a snowball.
Det. Sgt. George Carter: Looks like you could do with some stewed rhubarb in it, or an apple crumble, or something.
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