An old acquaintance of Inspector Milton recounts how she overheard a conversation in which Tom Fielding discusses his imminent death with Harry Brent.

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Alan Bromly
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Episode credited cast:
Edward Brayshaw ... Harry Brent
Gerald Harper Gerald Harper ... Det. Insp. Alan Milton
Jennifer Daniel ... Carol Vyner
Gerald Young Gerald Young ... Tom Fielding
Judy Parfitt ... Jacqueline Dawson
Bernard Brown ... Eric Vyner
Peter Ducrow Peter Ducrow ... Det. Sgt. Roy Philips
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joseph Cuby ... Mario
Alan Hockey Alan Hockey ... Kevin Jason
John Horsley ... Reg Bryer
James Locker James Locker ... Tony Moore
Marion Mathie Marion Mathie ... Mrs. Tolly
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An old acquaintance of Inspector Milton recounts how she overheard a conversation in which Tom Fielding discusses his imminent death with Harry Brent.

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29 March 1965 (UK) See more »

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The entire (studio set) corridor at Kingdown Mansions sways alarmingly when DI Milton throws his weight against the door of Flat 79. See more »

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The intrigue continues.
16 May 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

As you'd expect from a Durbridge penned script the episode is loaded with intrigue, twists and turns at every occasion, but the story is actually really good, it boasts a great set of characters, and a series of unexpected events. The introduction of two great new characters, Mrs Tolly, and Jacqueline added a new dimension to the story, Judy Parfitt was excellent as Jacqueline in one of her earlier roles.

It does feature two unfortunate moments, uncharacteristically for a FD Presents series it has wobbly sets, with Milton is trying to get into Mrs Tolly's flat, the walls look close to falling over. Milton's altercation with the hostile Irishman is also an unfortunate moment, the 'fight's scene is a shocker.

Still, I'm being harsh, over fifty years old, and I'm engrossed. 7/10


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