... for the princely sum of 50p!
And, for the life of me, I can't remember the soloist's name! (Elisabeth something???)
EDIT: Hanae Nakajima! (And Rato Tschupp does/did exist:
Lawrence Fox as Hathaway is rather good. tahe roles are reversed in Lewis. the side-kick has become the intellectual.
Can't remember who did Chief Inspector Lockheart of the Yard in the late 50s TV (Edgar Lustgarten?) series "No Hiding Place" - satirised in Private Eye as Knacker of the Yard. That was my gateway to adult evening viewing - loved all those pipe-smoking trilbies, and the stiff Britishness which makes people smile today, but was in fact just as smileworthy back then.
I picked up and repeated the line "You tell those blackballing bastards that" from an episiode & my father gave me a good talking to
Great music - pity about the scripts. You could tell that Eric Lander would never get promotion until .... he grew a decent moustache!
one of the great series jlw .... impeccable ensemble and very gripping ... sprog no 1 and i were gripped every monday evening then gridiron ... we used to think that life did not get much better ... on tv any way ...Baltimore:Life on the Street
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