A young boy is playing with a cap gun and 'shoots' a man who promptly dies. He runs away thinking he has killed him. He tells Nick what has happened and, when he investigates, the body has disappeared.

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Austin Willis ...
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Connolly
Dan McIlravey ...
Billy (as Danny McIllravey)
Lucy Warner ...
Gina
Frank Perry ...
Inspector Harrison
Anthony Kramreither ...
Captain Kristatos (as Tony Kramreither)
Sydney Brown ...
Kimberly
Kurt Schiegl ...
Bonehead
Claude Rae ...
Harbourmaster
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Billy is playing cowboys and indians with a cap gun and 'shoots' a man who falls down dead. He then comes face-to-face with what he thinks is the real killer and runs away. He runs into Nick and tells him his story. The killing took place outside an almost burnt out ship and Nick investigates. The body has disappeared and then Billy disappears leaving his sister frantic. The wrecked ship and its cargo are at the centre of the mystery, and Nick investigates. Written by jem

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10 March 1966 (Canada)  »

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Tightly plotted episode
16 July 2016 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This is one of the better episodes.

The opening scene features Billy playing around a completely icebound freighter as it sits in the harbour. No special effects, this image is quite arresting. What follows is tightly plotted, Billy witnesses a crime but does not know it. However he is spotted, and later kidnapped. His sister goes to Nick to help her find him. She is then captured. After investigating the matter, the mystery is solved, those kidnapped rescued, and the baddies captured. What are always interesting are the background scenes. The harbour docks covered by snow, the 1960s street scenes, the cars, and best of all, how "sophisticated" Nick is, reflecting contemporary values.


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