Sergeant Cork (1963–1968)
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The Case of Albert Watson, V.C. 

Albert Watson, received the Victoria Cross for bravery on the North West Frontier of India. During a quarrel with his father, Albert kills him, and barricades himself in his house with Sergeant Cork as hostage.

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Episode credited cast:
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Sergeant Cork
Charles Morgan ...
Superintendent Rodway
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Edward Brooks ...
PC Gibbons
Dorothy Dampier ...
1st Bystander
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PC Moffatt
Mary Gauntlett ...
Lizzie Watson
Humphrey Heathcote ...
Sgt. Barnaby
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Dep. Asst. Commissioner Hornby
Bill Horsley ...
PC Walpole
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Albert Watson
Darroll Richards ...
3rd Bystander
Patrick Scanlan ...
PC Turnbull
Michael Stainton ...
2nd Bystander
Moray Watson ...
Hon. Percy Monkton-Parker
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Albert Watson, received the Victoria Cross for bravery on the North West Frontier of India. During a quarrel with his father, Albert kills him, and barricades himself in his house with Sergeant Cork as hostage.

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25 June 1966 (UK)  »

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