When Jimmy Griffin is sent out to exchange the ransom for some stolen military memorabilia, he enters the world of a Nazi sympathizer. Jimmy's office staff suffer a terrible beating at the hands of skin heads.

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Annette Ekblom ...
Sally Griffin
Danny Worters ...
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Al Ashton ...
Vinnie Stanley (as Al Hunter Ashton)
Charlotte Bellamy ...
Harriet Potter
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Dr Harman
Nicholas Simpson ...
Manley (as Nick Simpson)
David Shane ...
Lee
Dennis Blanch ...
John Grillo ...
Solomon
Dido Miles ...
Deb Illsley
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Pete Illsley
Jane Bertish ...
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When Jimmy Griffin is sent out to exchange the ransom for some stolen military memorabilia, he enters the world of a Nazi sympathizer. Jimmy's office staff suffer a terrible beating at the hands of skin heads.

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Quite ambitious for series TV
11 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a fairly ambitious undertaking for the series with several scenes with large casts of extras and lot of time spent at a huge estate with a wonderful set full of militaria. Also watch for old-time actor Anthony Steele as the owner of the estate. His many roles include movies such as "Siege of the Barbarians" and "Tiger of the Seven Seas" from his younger days! The basic plot makes a bit of sense, but the final dramatic fight scenes are not properly motivated. Maybe I missed some explanation! But that's kind of par for the course for British mystery shows like this one and even "Morse" and "Lewis" and it doesn't necessarily detract from the enjoyment. Several characters are brutally beaten, a bit more violent than usual for this series. And the final wrap up is quite sudden, but overall this is a pretty dramatic episode in the series!


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