Sergeant Cork (1963–1968)
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The Case of the Silent Suffragette 

An inept bank break-in attempt has been pulled off by an associate of a suffragette, and she's brought in to answer for it, but further all-female robberies occur afterward. Is she responsible for a crime wave?

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Sergeant Cork
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Bob Marriott
Charles Morgan ...
Superintendent Rodway
Freddie Fowler ...
Chalky White
Edward Ogden ...
Sergeant Gardner
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Lady Martha Devereaux
Leslie Dwyer ...
Best
David King ...
Walter Roper
John Scott ...
Mr. Trumper
Margo Croan ...
Nellie Benton
Barry Raymond ...
PC Evans
Eric Elliott ...
Politician
Raf De La Torre ...
Orator
Edmond Warwick ...
Clergyman (as Edmund Warwick)
Beaufoy Milton ...
Accountancy clerk
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An inept bank break-in attempt has been pulled off by an associate of a suffragette, and she's brought in to answer for it, but further all-female robberies occur afterward. Is she responsible for a crime wave?

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1 February 1964 (UK)  »

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