The Hardy brothers travel to London, England in search of their missing father and stumble onto a crime wave culminating in the robbery of the century.

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Winrich Kolbe
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Shaun Cassidy ... Joe Hardy
Parker Stevenson ... Frank Hardy
Ed Gilbert Ed Gilbert ... Fenton Hardy (as Edmund Gilbert)
Dana Andrews ... Townley
Jack Kelly ... Harry Hammond (credit only)
Victor Holchak Victor Holchak ... Carstairs
James Booth ... Lt. Buckley
Leon Ames ... Messenger
Patrick Macnee ... S
Pernell Roberts ... Detective Superintendant Molly
Peter Ashton Peter Ashton ... Wakefield
Ian Abercrombie ... Sgt. Lander
Shepard Sanders Shepard Sanders ... Clerk
Joi Staton Joi Staton ... Woman
Cort Brackett Cort Brackett ... Black
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The Hardy brothers travel to London, England in search of their missing father and stumble onto a crime wave culminating in the robbery of the century.

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Genres:

Family | Mystery

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Language:

English

Release Date:

15 October 1978 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

There is a cheeky inference that Patrick MacNee's bowler-hatted spy character referred to as 'S' is in fact John Steed, the character he famously played in the 1960's TV series "The Avengers". As well as dressing and acting like Steed, the final scene sees him excusing himself to greet a slim brunette in a jumpsuit, who looks not unlike Steed's old Avengers partner Emma Peel. See more »

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Worth it Just for Patrick Macnee
19 August 2018 | by hachmom-1See all my reviews

I was only a casual Hardy Boys fan back in it's heyday, but this episode is something special. The Brothers journey to England after their father is kidnapped, meeting up with his British contact, played by the always wonderful Patrick Macnee, John Steed in all but name. It's a lovely tribute to an actor and his most memorable row, and well worth watching even for non Hardy fans.


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