Hine (1971– )

Caviare and Chips 

Hine thinks he has a deal ready to sign with a far eastern country, but the British government would prefer Pendles to get the contract.

Director:

Robert Tronson

Writers:

Wilfred Greatorex (creator), Arden Winch

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Barrie Ingham ... Joe Hine
Paul Eddington ... Astor Harris
Colin Gordon ... Walpole Gibb
Sarah Craze Sarah Craze ... Susannah Grey
Michael Coles ... Martin
Gordon Whiting Gordon Whiting ... Lao
Richard Hampton Richard Hampton ... Colonel
Antony Brown ... Customs Officer (as Anthony Brown)
John Glyn-Jones John Glyn-Jones ... Master
Heather Canning Heather Canning ... Female Don
Antony Linford Antony Linford ... Lieutenant
Fred Hugh Fred Hugh ... Footman
Claire Benjamin Claire Benjamin ... Dancer
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Astor Harris and Joe Hine both visit a country in the far east to tender for an arms deal; the Defence Minister, Lao, is impressed by Hine's offer but on his return to London Harris is told by Gibb that the British government would prefer his offer - and the opportunity to send out 'advisors' and 'instructors' that it gives - to succeed. On a visit to Britain by the President and Lao soon after, Hine's access to them to conclude the deal is at first blocked in favour of Harris, before eventually being given an invitation to a reception they are attending. Able to speak to Lao, Hine learns that his offer will not be taken up; seeking one final chance to discuss the matter, he finds he is not even invited to the following dinner, and leaves when it becomes obvious that Harris has been successful.

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Genres:

Drama

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Release Date:

5 May 1971 (UK) See more »

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