Department S (1969–1970)
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An air-liner arriving in London from Rome is not thirty minutes early,as the pilot assumes, but in fact six days late. None of the crew or passengers - who have a mysterious bruise on their... See full summary »

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Jason King
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Rosemary Nicols ...
Dennis Alaba Peters ...
Sir Curtis Seretse
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Captain Carter
Peter Bromilow ...
Walsham
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Hallet
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Janet (as Geraldine Moffatt)
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Borowitsch
John Gabriel ...
Air Traffic Controller
Marion Mathie ...
Lady Hallet
Al Mancini ...
Durres
Geoffrey Chater ...
Peck
Robert Rietty ...
Pilot
Charles Houston ...
Stevens
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An air-liner arriving in London from Rome is not thirty minutes early,as the pilot assumes, but in fact six days late. None of the crew or passengers - who have a mysterious bruise on their arms - can account for the missing six days,no extra fuel has been used and the plane has not been tampered with in anyway. An Eastern bloc pilot is among the names on the passenger list but he is killed before he can be interviewed,and he is not the only casualty. As Sir Curtis was on board the plane Department 'S' has an interest in investigating what happened. Written by don @ minifie-1

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9 March 1969 (UK)  »

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Annabelle Hurst: We should feed the facts into the computer.
Stewart Sullivan: Let's not insult it. Let's feed 'em into Jason.
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Spoofed in The James Whale Radio Show (1989) See more »

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