The Protectors (1972–1973)
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2,000 Ft to Die. 

The Protectors are three independently wealthy private detectives - American Harry Rule, living in London, Caroline who was married to an Italian Count and Paris-based art expert Paul ... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Harry Rule
... Contessa Caroline di Contini
... Paul Buchet
Yasuko Nagazumi ... Suki
... Chino
Harvey Hall ... Freddie Reiwald
... Ransome
Jacqueline Stanbury ... Susan
... Captain Carozza
John Scott ... Civil Servant
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The Protectors are three independently wealthy private detectives - American Harry Rule, living in London, Caroline who was married to an Italian Count and Paris-based art expert Paul Buchet. They are approached by Freddie Reiwald, a scientist working on a means of perfecting synthetic gold, whose four colleagues have all died in mysterious circumstances. Freddie is about to perform a stunt parachute jump with a man called Ransome, and the killers have abducted Ransome's girl-friend, threatening to murder her unless he lets Freddie die. The Protectors must find her before the stunt takes place. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Adventure | Crime

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29 September 1972 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The nightclub scene features Alexis Korner's band CCS's version of the Led Zeppelin song "Whole Lotta Love" - also used as the theme tune for Top Of The Pops for many years. See more »

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