Australian villains Colin MacGruder and Ray Stackpole return to London and steal a bus, posing as its crew. They rob an art dealer travelling on the bus of a Goya painting, which they plan ... See full summary »

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Colin McGruder
George Layton ...
Ray Stackpole
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Robert Dorning ...
Leonard Geisler
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Goldman
Leslie Dwyer ...
Ted Greenhead
Carol MacReady ...
Kath
Roger Sloman ...
Cosby
Frederick Schiller ...
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Gillian Duxbury ...
Goldman's Girlfriend
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Australian villains Colin MacGruder and Ray Stackpole return to London and steal a bus, posing as its crew. They rob an art dealer travelling on the bus of a Goya painting, which they plan to sell to a buyer in Amsterdam. Regan tracks them down by leaning on their accomplice, the dealer's female assistant, leading to a river chase and a shoot-out, making it the end of the line for the boys from Down Under. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Action | Comedy | Crime | Drama

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3 November 1975 (UK)  »

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The music was "Holy Mackerel" by Brian Bennet, drummer of The Shadows. The tune was used as the theme music for Rugby Special. See more »

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When Regan makes enquiries at the Kangaroo Club bar, the sign on the door misspells the name as the 'Kangeroo' Club. See more »

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having been a great fan of the sweeney since almost day one,
13 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

having been a fan of the sweeney since almost day one. i am enjoying the re re re-runs,

.always good and even if you miss the first couple of minutes and catch it, there's no"oh not this one again".. I am wondering if anyone can help me identify some of the music in this episode. i know the "entertainer" was one score but there is another piece of music when Patrick Mower and his associate are strutting their stuff, it must be within the first quarter of the episode, before the first commercial break. So if anyone can please identify or tell me which programme it was from i would be very grateful


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