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When the police reveal a narcotic smuggling the driver is shot dead. It appears that the driver is Superintendent Martin Beck's son. Beck breaks down and moves out of the way. But on his colleagues request he returns.

Director:

Kjell Sundvall

Writers:

Rolf Börjlind (screenplay), Rolf Börjlind (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Haber ... Martin Beck
Mikael Persbrandt ... Gunvald Larsson
Stina Rautelin ... Lena Klingström
Per Morberg ... Joakim Wersén
Ingvar Hirdwall ... Grannen
Rebecka Hemse ... Inger
Fredrik Ultvedt Fredrik Ultvedt ... Jens Loftegård
Michael Nyqvist ... John Banck
Anna Ulrika Ericsson Anna Ulrika Ericsson ... Yvonne Jäder
Peter Hüttner Peter Hüttner ... Oljelund
Bo Höglund Bo Höglund ... Servitören (as Bosse Höglund)
Jan von Melen Jan von Melen ... Hasse Larsson
Lennart Hjulström ... Gavling
Lennart R. Svensson ... Fältassistenten
Katarina Ewerlöf ... Jeanette Bolin
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Storyline

Commissioner Martin Beck's intends to resign after hearing his long-estranged son Micke Sjögren, who even took his mother Agneta's name after she left Martin years ago, was fatally shot by unknown fiends as involuntary-undercover amphetamine courier during Beck's colleagues John Banck and Yvonne Jäder's hunt for Polish drug smugglers. Gunvald Larsson is forced to step up as Martin seems unwilling to return, but his unofficial investigation, triggered by his truly-lush senior neighbor, proves as crucial. Stockholm's crime king's latest bloody victim, a restaurant owner Hakdahl, 'served' in his own roasted chicken spits machine, seems Gunvald and chief 's priority. Meeting Mikey's girl at a dodgy 'dance' club, Martin traces the party drugs his boy used and smuggled to a medical supplies-cover in Cracovia, Poland and ties all cases, worse then feared. Written by KGF Vissers

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

27 February 1998 (Sweden) See more »

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Runtime:

(DVD)

Color:

Color
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Alternate Versions

For the German TV version the scenes with the pathologist Oljelund were re-shot with German actor Ottfried Fischer. See more »

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References Rederiet (1992) See more »

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