The Professionals 10: Cry Wolf

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The Professionals 10: Cry Wolf

The Professionals 10: Cry Wolf

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During the scene when Bodie is waiting for Susan to leave work towards the end of the episode, a man (bald with moustache) and woman (wearing a fur coat) are clearly seen emerging from the building but a minute or so later are seen walking down the stairs still inside the building when Bauer is on the phone. (Well spotted, Rob Mathews) Rahad: "No, no, Mr Cowley - this may concern you. I have to register the strongest complaint about the fact that I am being followed." The Professionals was created by Brian Clemens, who had been one of the driving forces behind The Avengers. The show was originally to have been called The A-Squad. Clemens and Albert Fennell were executive producers, with business partner Laurie Johnson providing the theme music. Sidney Hayers produced the first series in 1977, and Raymond Menmuir the remainder. A chief constable impresses people by his city being totally crime-free, but the free rein his officers have lets them infringe suspects' rights in the pursuit of zero tolerance.

Professionals (The): MkII [BLU-RAY]". Network. 29 September 2014. Archived from the original on 7 October 2015 . Retrieved 3 May 2016. Mrs Grant: "I've done nothing of the kind. George Cowley was a friend of Anthony. When I sensed that Susan was in danger, I asked him to look into it." A reporter has a scoop on a new fighter aircraft being a deathtrap, and when this knowledge is discovered, becomes the target of several countries' officials.David Yip, Philip Latham, Derek Waring, Megumi Shimanuki, Richard Moore, Owen Holder, Rayner Bourton, Toni Kanal, Vincent Wong, Rex Wei, Heather Emmanuel Annuals". tonystrading.co.uk. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016 . Retrieved 16 September 2013. The show was also criticised for political incorrectness. Mary Whitehouse, President of the National Viewers' and Listeners' Association, was among those who highlighted the occasional use of sexist and racist terms. [8] As an example, in the closing credits of the episode 'Stake Out' two supporting actors are identified as 'Attractive Blonde' and 'Handsome Negro'. At the time such dialogue or descriptions were not seen as being disparaging towards minority groups. However, in the late 1980s and early 1990s the series was criticised by feminist groups. Yet, with the exception of "Klansmen", for which racist terms were a necessary part of the story, use of such terms in The Professionals was scarce in comparison to, for example, the 1970s police television programme The Sweeney. [9] Norman Eshley, Roy Purcell, James Faulkner, Marc Boyle, Ian Fairbairn, Ben Howard, Valentino Musetti, Meg Davies

Susan: "Ah, now I'm supposed to say 'How glamorous - you're a spy!' And you're supposed to answer 'No, it's very boring - all paperwork.' " Sarah Neville, John Wheatley, Godfrey James, Briony McRoberts, Chrissie Cotterill, Simon Dutton, Michael Praed, Seymour Green, Brian Miller, Milton JohnsTerringham: "Clare asked some rather awkward questions about that chap of yours - Bodie is it? Wonders if you've been feeding him too much red meat!" Doyle: "Blondes - tall, leggy blondes. That's Rahad's forte! He has two or three a week, by all accounts. Must be all that rice and sheep's eyeballs!" Mrs Grant, laughing: "I can't say any government has ever made me feel secure. When Susan's father died, he left a great deal of money. But what the government gave me after death duties, estate duties and Lord knows what other duties, there was hardly enough left to feed the cat!"

The Professionals' TV Series from Contender Video". Personal.u-net.com. 10 January 2000. Archived from the original on 14 May 2011 . Retrieved 15 January 2011. Speaking of which we have the welcome return of the much-missed Daft-In-the-Car-Banter!! Like ' First Night' Doyle teases Bodie over his eating habits. And more humour at Bodie's expense when Susan describes Doyle as being "the good-looking one"! Home media releases [ edit ] United Kingdom [ edit ] Original footage - left; re-mastered footage by the Network imprint – right. Former secret service agent Quinn is on the run from an asylum, deranged by years of torture by the KGB. He seeks revenge by killing his former SIS comrades.

How on earth does Miss Walsh, using some drawing pins and brightly-coloured wool, come to her conclusions? These are simply taken at face value. Bryan Pringle, Brian Croucher, Ray Burdis, Louisa Rix, Sarah Lawson, Susan Wooldridge, Jacqueline Reddin, Brian Hawksley, Peter Hill, Pat Gorman A girl claims to have new evidence to free her convicted father from prison, a man arrested by Doyle before he joined CI5. Doyle agrees to re-open the case, but does his relationship with the girl cloud his judgement? Bodie and Doyle originally carried 9mm L9A1 Browning pistols as their standard service sidearms for the first two series. They were issued .44 Magnum Smith & Wesson Model 29 revolvers when on bodyguard duties (as seen in the episode "Mixed Doubles"). [6] In later series Bodie carried a .357 Magnum Smith & Wesson Model 19 snub-nose revolver and Doyle often carried a 9mm Walther P38 as their personal sidearms. George Cowley carried a .38-calibre Smith & Wesson Model 36 snub nose revolver. An extradited spy's presence in Britain is being kept top-secret, yet the Bulgarians who sent him try their best to make his whereabouts public. When he is murdered, all eyes suspect the spy's daughter.



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