Special Branch (1969–1974)
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A girl lands at Heathrow from Rhodesia, but owing to Britian's break of diplomatic relations, she has no valid passport. A young officer is supposed to mind her until she can be sent back, but takes her for a tour instead.

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Wensley Pithey ... Det. Supt. Eden
... Det. Chief Insp. Jordan
Jennifer Wilson ... Det. Sgt. Helen Webb
Keith Washington ... Det. Con. Morrissey
... Barbara Cartwright
Bill Horsley ... Branch
Ian Gardiner ... Hotel Receptionist
... PC Evans
Harry Meacher ... Hippie Man
Pamela Miles ... Hippie Woman
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A girl lands at Heathrow from Rhodesia, but owing to Britian's break of diplomatic relations, she has no valid passport. A young officer is supposed to mind her until she can be sent back, but takes her for a tour instead.

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29 October 1969 (UK)  »

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Morrisey needed an episode.
10 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

Morrisey gets a girl friend and gets out of the office. We get a chance to see some London, but there is a contrived sub-plot about a Barrister having a heart attack and witness Morrisey needs to be in court a day earlier and can't be found as he's out with a stateless girl from Rhodesia. I would think a heart attack would occasion a delay rather than speed up the proceedings. Morrisey gets a chance to be the lead for a change and Mel Martin was attractive enough as the girl. There is an uncomfortable visit to an underground hippy dance club with drugs but it was obligatory in those days. Lots of angst about the UK's treatment of Rhodesia and Mel is the Unfortunate Innocent caught up in the struggle.


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