Special Branch (1969–1974)
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Care of Her Majesty 

A British embassy in Eastern Europe recieves a coded message from London to say that Jordan of Special Branch would be visiting. This is mainly (so he's told) to check why ten thousand ... See full summary »

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Jonathan Alwyn

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Derren Nesbitt ... Det. Chief Insp. Jordan
Fulton Mackay ... Det. Supt. Inman
Morris Perry ... Charles Moxon
Hilary Heath ... Sarah Landring (as Hilary Dwyer)
John Franklyn-Robbins John Franklyn-Robbins ... Desmond Whittaker
Geoffrey Lumsden Geoffrey Lumsden ... Sir Pearce Challis
Daniel Moynihan ... King
Alec Ross Alec Ross ... Reddon
Anthony Dawes Anthony Dawes ... Warmby
John Bryans John Bryans ... Jimmy Ansell
Robert Mill Robert Mill ... Stroud
Lindsay Campbell Lindsay Campbell ... Colonel Dysart
Donal Cox Donal Cox ... Corporal Doyle
Angela East Angela East ... Cellist
Michael Reeves Michael Reeves ... Pianist
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Storyline

A British embassy in Eastern Europe recieves a coded message from London to say that Jordan of Special Branch would be visiting. This is mainly (so he's told) to check why ten thousand pounds in cash has gone missing. The cover story is that it was royalties for a published novel, but Jordan is told the truth that it was money to bribe the local enemy agents. While searching the embassy Jordan finds a large picture that would cover the safe from the security cameras when it was broken into. Jordan is then told the real truth in that the money has not been stolen but top secret files have gone missing instead. The thief is later caught by Jordan and it turns out to be Sarah Landring. Written by Bernard-Dunne

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Action | Crime

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Release Date:

3 December 1969 (UK) See more »

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