Tired of freezing in their room and living out of tins, enterprising lads Tom and George set up Vengeance Is Mine, Inc. For a small fee they will punch anyone their client feels deserves it... See full summary »

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Tired of freezing in their room and living out of tins, enterprising lads Tom and George set up Vengeance Is Mine, Inc. For a small fee they will punch anyone their client feels deserves it. Former actress Mrs. Wilbur wants them to attack snooty critic Lionel Brewster and even gives them disguises and helps them plan it. Could she perhaps have an ulterior motive in wanting to incriminate someone else in the assault on Brewster? Written by don @ minifie-1

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30 August 1980 (UK)  »

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Fiesta Mei Ling and Julian Fellowes features in this Tales of the Unexpected episode
7 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Roald Dahl's introductions to Tales of the Unexpected are worth the price of admission alone, seeing him resting in his armchair by his fireplace. I'm not sure if it was filmed in a studio, but the setting was very convincing.

It's a shame the Dahl introductions didn't continue for every episode.

Anyway, this episode is about two young guys (one English and one American) who sets up a vengeance company to earn a crust and afford the heating.

Fiesta Mei Ling and Julian "Downtown Abbey" Fellowes feature in this episode of Tales of the Unexpected. I enjoy seeing the streets and sunny weather of London, as the winter of discontent had dissipated following the election of Thatcher one year before the screening of this episode.


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