Gideon C.I.D. (1964– )
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The Victory Movement is a fascist political party that is contesting the next election and a bomb is exploded outside the flat of the party's leader. A woman is a witness but Gideon has to find her and convince her to talk.

Director:

Cyril Frankel

Writers:

Alun Falconer (screenplay), John Creasey (from a theme in 'Gideon's Vote' by)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
John Gregson ... Commander George Gideon
Alexander Davion ... Detective Chief Inspector David Keen / Chief Insp. David Keen
Daphne Anderson ... Kate Gideon
Roland Culver ... Sir Arthur Vane
Keith Baxter ... Geoffrey Miles
Angela Douglas ... Cathy Miller
Allan Cuthbertson ... Chief Supt. Bill Parsons
Basil Dignam ... Commissioner Scott-Marle
Ian Rossiter Ian Rossiter ... Det. Chief Supt. Joe Bell
Dervis Ward Dervis Ward ... Keith Smith
Inigo Jackson Inigo Jackson ... Leo Samson
Christine Finn ... Marjorie Bennett
Peter Russell Peter Russell ... John Hamilton
Dyson Lovell Dyson Lovell ... Peter Bennett
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Storyline

The Victory Movement, led by Sir Arthur Vane, is a political organisation that has fascist policies such as keep Britain white. It is contesting the next election, which has caused violent protests. When a bomb is exploded outside Vane's apartment Gideon is in charge of the investigation. The obvious suspects are his political opponents. A young woman is a possible witness but she has to be found and convinced to say what she knows. Another bomb makes the case more urgent. Written by jem

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 1964 (UK) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The Jaguar Mk10, registration 2223PF, re-appears in episode 7 To Catch A Tiger See more »

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Towards the end, the villain shoots 8 shots from a 6 shot revolver without reloading. See more »

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