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GameZone responded by writing an article that disagrees with this. Beginning in , Thompson supported a campaign to discourage Take-Two's subsidiary, Rockstar Games , from releasing a game called Bully , in which, according to Thompson, "what you are in effect doing is rehearsing your physical revenge and violence against those whom you have been victimized by.

And then you, like Klebold and Harris in Columbine, become the ultimate bully. You punch people; you hit them with sling shots; you dunk their heads in dirty toilets. There's white-on-black crime in the game. You bludgeon teachers and classmates with bats. Thompson also criticized Bill Gates and Microsoft for contracting with Rockstar Games to release the game on the Xbox. In August , Thompson requested a congressional subpoena for an early copy, threatening to file suit in Miami if he did not gain help from U.

Once the game is out, according to Thompson, "the horse will be out of the barn and it will be too late to do anything about it". Thompson argued that it violated Florida's public nuisance laws, which prohibit activities that can injure the health of the community. Rockstar Games co-founder Terry Donovan responded, saying "I would prefer it if we could simply make great games and not have to deal with misunderstanding and misperception of what we do. Take-Two offered to bring in a copy and let both Judge Ronald Friedman and Thompson view the game in the judge's chambers on October 12, Thompson was critical of the judge's decision, telling the judge "You did not see the game You don't even know what it was you saw," as well as accusing the Take-Two employee who demonstrated the game of avoiding the most violent parts.

Judge Friedman then recused himself from ruling, and instead filed a complaint against Thompson with The Florida Bar, calling Thompson's behavior "inappropriate by a member of the bar, unprofessional and contemptible". Thompson later drew attention to the game's main character, a year-old male, being able to kiss other boys. Good luck with your Teen rating now. During the aftermath of the murder of Stefan Pakeerah, by his friend Warren Leblanc in Leicestershire , England, the game Manhunt was linked after the media wrongfully claimed police found a copy in Leblanc's room.

The police officially denied any link, citing drug-related robbery as the motive and revealing that the game had been found in Pakeerah's bedroom, not Leblanc's. Thompson, who had heard of the murder, claimed that he had written to Rockstar after the game was released, warning them that the nature of the game could inspire copycat killings: We have had dozens of killings in the U. This is not an isolated incident. These types of games are basically murder simulators.

There are people being killed over here almost on a daily basis. Jack Thompson would later vow to permanently ban the game during the release of the sequel Manhunt 2. They are about to be told by a court of law that they must adhere to the logic of their own 'Mature' labels. The suits were eradicated when Take-Two petitioned U. District Court, SD FL to block the impending lawsuit, on the grounds that video games purchased for private entertainment could not be considered public nuisances.

The pit Take-Two has dug for itself will be patently clear next week when I strike back. In October , Thompson sent a letter to Midway Games , demanding they cease and desist selling the latest game in the Mortal Kombat series, Mortal Kombat: Armageddon , claiming that the game was illegally profiting on his likeness, because gamers could use the Kreate a Fighter option to make a character who looked like Thompson.

In addition to filing lawsuits, Thompson has pushed for measures against similar games in a variety of public settings. Provenzo , a University of Miami professor who studies the effects of video games on children. Originally brought together to provide opposing viewpoints on 60 Minutes in the aftermath of the Columbine High School massacre , they said they had become friends and were collaborating on a book. They described themselves as having "a shared belief that first-person shooter video games are bad for our children, teaching them to act aggressively and providing them with efficient killing skills and romanticized and trivialized scenarios for killing in the real world".

Thompson has supported legislation in a number of states that would ban sales of violent and sexually explicit video games to minors.

Thompson contended that the government could not enforce a private-sector standard but had to depend on a Miller obscenity test. He charged that Clinton was simply positioning herself politically, with the support of the gaming industry, by proposing a bill which he felt she knew would be unconstitutional. In July , Thompson sent a letter to several politicians urging them to investigate The Sims 2 , alleging that the game contained nudity accessible by entering special codes.

Thompson called the nudity inappropriate for a game rated "T" for Teen, a rating which indicates suitability for anyone 13 and older. Manufacturer Electronic Arts dismissed the allegations, with vice president Jeff Brown explaining that game characters have "no anatomical detail" under their clothes, effectively resembling Barbie dolls. Although the game does display blurred-out patches over body regions when characters are naked, such as when taking a shower, Brown said that was for "humorous effect" and denied there was anything improper about the game.

No official reason was given for the change. In Louisiana , Thompson helped draft a bill sponsored by state representative Roy Burrell to ban the sale of violent video games to buyers under 18 HB In an effort to avoid constitutional problems, it avoided trying to define "violent" and instead adopted a variation of the Miller obscenity test: The bill was passed unanimously by the state House and approved by the Senate Judiciary A Committee, despite industry opposition and predictions that it too would be unconstitutional.

Foti , and U. District Judge James Brady issued a preliminary injunction, temporarily blocking the law from taking effect until full judicial review can be done. Judge Brady was "dumbfounded" that state legislators and Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco wasted taxpayer money by trying to enact the law.

At one point, Thompson was asked by the National Institute on Media and the Family to stop invoking the organization's name in his campaigns. Thompson has additionally worked to influence police investigations concerning violent acts which he views as being connected to violence in video games media. On June 2, , Thompson suggested that West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana police detectives, investigating the murder of year-old Michael Gore by year-old Kurt Edward Neher, should look into the video games played by Neher.

According to Sheriff J. Austin Daniel, an autopsy showed Gore was beaten to death as well as shot in the face. Concerning this, Thompson stated that "nobody shoots anybody in the face unless you're a hit man or a video gamer.

Thompson predicted that the perpetrator of the Beltway sniper attacks would be "a teenaged boy, who plays video games" and speculated incorrectly that he "may indeed ride a bicycle to and from his shooting locations, his gun broken down and placed in a backpack while he pedals. And three months later, NBC reported that that's exactly what Malvo did.

And Muhammed had him train on the game to suppress his inhibition to kill. Thompson has also criticized a Christian video game based on the Left Behind series. Eternal Forces , players participate in "battles raging in the streets of New York," according to the game's fact sheet. They engage in "physical and spiritual warfare: The context is irrelevant. It's a mass-killing game.

In April , only hours after the Virginia Tech shooting and before Seung-Hui Cho was actually identified , Thompson predicted that the shooter had trained on the game Counter-Strike. Despite all evidence indicating that Seung-Hui had not played Counter-Strike in years, Thompson continued to insist that "this is not rocket science.

When a kid who has never killed anyone in his life goes on a rampage and looks like the Terminator , he's a video gamer. Gates, your company is potentially legally liable for the harm done at Virginia Tech. Your game, a killing simulator, according to the news that used to be in the Post, trained him to enjoy killing and how to kill. In December , Thompson filed suit against Omaha, Nebraska Police Chief Thomas Warren , asking him to produce information on all "violent entertainment material" belonging to Robert Hawkins, who killed nine people, including himself, in a shooting at the Westroads Mall earlier that month.

According to Omaha police, such information is not a matter of public record , as it is part of an ongoing criminal investigation. On February 15, , Jack Thompson claimed that the actions of Steven Kazmierczak , who the previous day killed five people at Northern Illinois University before committing suicide, were influenced by the game Counter-Strike. Thompson's "high-profile crusades" have made him an enemy of video game aficionados. In , he wrote an open letter to Entertainment Software Association president Doug Lowenstein , making what he described as "a modest video game proposal" an allusion to the title of Jonathan Swift 's satirical essay, A Modest Proposal to the video game industry: The scenario called for the main character, whose son was killed by a boy who played violent video games, to murder a number of industry executives including one modeled on Eibeler and go on a killing spree at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.

Video game fans promptly began working to take Thompson up on his offer, resulting in the game I'm O. K — A Murder Simulator , among others. Afterwards, he claimed that his proposal was satire, and refused to make the promised donation. In , two Michigan gamers began a project dubbed "Flowers for Jack", soliciting donations to deliver a massive floral arrangement to Thompson's office. The flowers were delivered in February along with a letter aimed at opening a dialogue between Thompson and the video gaming community.

Thompson rejected this overture and forwarded the flowers to some of his industry foes, with such comments as "Discard them along with the decency you discarded long ago. I really don't care. Grind them up and smoke them if you like. Gamers have responded to Thompson's attempt to link the Virginia Tech massacre to the game Counter-Strike.

Video game Web sites and young gamers on Internet message boards "teemed with anger" at what San Francisco Chronicle reporter Peter Hartlaub called "his serial misstatements," in some cases linking to YouTube videos of Thompson and dissecting his claims point by point.

These massacre chasers—they're worse than ambulance chasers —they're waiting for these things to happen so they can jump on their soapbox. When Della Rocca suggested that neither he nor Thompson accept any money for the events, Thompson refused. Since this one's fairly harmless and I've redacted anything personal not that I don't love getting his threatening cease and desist letters , I thought I'd share it as a pretty typical exchange.

The exchange was sparked by a guest editorial that Halpin entitled, "Perception is Everything" for IndustryGamers. In March , in response to the creation of a school shooter mod entitled School Shooter: North American Tour , developed by Checkerboarded Studios on Valve Corporation 's Source engine , Thompson emailed Valve's managing director, Gabe Newell , demanding that the mod be removed, as he speculated that Valve played a part in the mod's development.

In , Thompson helped get Howard Stern 's show taken off a radio station in Orlando, Florida by filing a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission. Thompson objected to Stern's use of perceived obscenities on the air.

He argued that "Either broadcasters will accept the light harness of decency that has been the law for decades and start cleaning up their acts, or the public's deepening outrage will foster a more fearsome governmental response. Apparently they fail to realize that I might have caller ID.

During his opposition to Howard Stern, Thompson was asked in an interview with a reporter if, by his standards, he would blame Christianity for the murders committed by Michael Hernandez , a fourteen-year-old who murdered one of his classmates in , because Hernandez wrote a diary in which he constantly spoke about praying to God.

The Quran requires the infidel, whether Jew or Christian, to be killed. That's a core essence of the religion. Muhammad was a pirate who killed infidels and who advocated the killing of infidels—not a nice guy.

Osama bin Laden is in keeping with his fine tradition. He later spoke in defense of Stern during the latter's legal dispute with CBS over promoting Sirius on-air before his switch to satellite radio. Thompson contended that the technology added by CBS to edit out profanity also could have worked to edit out Stern's references to Sirius.

You can't let people like that tell you what to put on the air or what not to put on the air. That would only open the door when suddenly next week, he says, 'Take David Letterman off the air or take C. Everybody Loves Raymond was about, you know, sex last week or about a year-old man—you know, we dealt with Peter Boyle having sex with Doris Roberts.

He said that the Bar was engaged in a vendetta against him because of his religious beliefs, which he said conflicted with what he called the Bar's pro- gay , humanist , liberal agenda. He also said that the "wedding of all three functions of government into The Florida Bar, the 'official arm' of the Florida Supreme Court , is violative of the bedrock constitutional requirement of the separation powers and the ' checks and balances ' which the separation guarantees.

The letter was filed with the court on January 10, and was treated as a petition for a writ of mandamus against The Florida Bar. The letter was filed with the court on January 30, , and the Florida Supreme Court issued an order of dismissal on February 28, District Court for the Southern District of Florida , alleging that the Bar harassed him by investigating what he called baseless complaints made by disgruntled opponents in previous disputes.

The lawsuit alleged that the Bar was pursuing baseless ethics complaints brought against Thompson by Tew Cardenas attorneys Lawrence Kellogg and Alberto Cardenas of Miami, and by two lawyers from the Philadelphia office of Blank Rome , in violation of Thompson's constitutional rights. According to the lawsuit, the Bar looked at Thompson for violations of a bar rule that prohibits attorneys from making disparaging remarks about judges, other attorneys, or court personnel.

Thompson also filed a motion with the court to order the mediation of his dispute with the Bar. Thompson commented, "I enjoy doing what I do and I think I've got a First Amendment right to annoy people and participate in the public square in the cultural war.

The Bar argued that Thompson's complaint should be dismissed for a number of reasons, including the fact that the complaint failed to state a claim on which he could be granted relief. The Bar also argued that it was absolutely immune from liability for actions arising out of its disciplinary functions, that the Eleventh Amendment barred Thompson's recovery of damages, and that the court should dismiss the case pursuant to the abstention doctrine of Younger v.

Citing an "abundance of caution," Judge Moreno recused himself on May 9, and referred the case to Chief Judge William Zloch for further action. Thompson did not, however, respond to the Bar's motion to dismiss the case. Finally, on May 17, , Thompson filed a Notice of Voluntary Dismissal with the court, and the case was dismissed without prejudice.

In October , then-Chief [] U. District Judge Federico Moreno sealed court documents submitted by Thompson in the Bar case that depicted "gay sex acts. District Judge Adalberto Jordan to order Thompson to show cause why his actions should not be filed as a grievance with the court's Ad Hoc Committee on Attorney Admissions, Peer Review and Attorney Grievance, but the order was dismissed after Thompson promised not to file any more pornography.

Thompson then sent letters to acting U. Attorney General Peter Keisler and U. Senators Patrick Leahy and Arlen Specter demanding that Jordan be removed from his position for failing to prosecute Florida attorney Norm Kent , who Thompson claimed had "collaborated" with the Bar for 20 years to discipline him. Finally the worm turns, and George puts his foot down and it ends happily if not as expected 10 Gunpoint to Shannon - Garnett just happens to be on a flight where I Am Being Kidnapped is scrawled on the toilet mirror, He has to work out who wrote it.

Or Zapotsky and Hafner from Berlin, or any of the others? Garnett gets Jinx to feign drunkenness and when the plane lands Garnett arrests Mario. Destination England, where Garnett recognises him and details Jimmy to tail him. He meets Miss Kelly a teacher Jane Hylton , and Jimmy overhears plans for a robbery, the prize, a million! He joins the gang. In a Rolls, they drive to the airport dressed as pilots and board a Pan Am plane. Jimmy attempts to prevent it, but is knocked out.

When the crooks land, it's straight into the arms of the law. Later in hospital she dies. She leaves behind a broken doll, which leads Garnett to an adoption racket run by nice Uncle George Joseph Tomelty who runs a children's home. Jimmy poses with a fake wife seeking to adopt, they hand George the cash and he is arrested 15 The Good Old Days - A suspicious character on a flight attempts to jump out of the door.

Once landed, Bill Delaney questions him, then visits his digs, where a crowd of minor theatricals live, landlady Miss Clara Daly, once "the most amazing act. Garnett poses as an escapologist in order to stay at the digs, and in the cellar he gets Maurice a little tiddly, revealing quite a bit. Before them all, being urged to show his act to them, Garnett produces a suitcase containing the tools of his trade. Here, it is Jimmy that the local official Warren Mitchell wants to arrest, leaving Brodick, a known professional assassin, the opportunity to work out the lie of the land.

Arriving at Gaboro airport, Brodick fires his long distance rifle at Langford. Garnett suffers poisoning, Hope kindly helps him recover. After a sword fight, Garnett exposes the Count's racket 18 Downdraft a rough synopsis Dunk's small Selkirk Airways plane crashes into the sea, but he is rescued.

Garnett is in Vancouver to decide if the firm deserve being awarded a licence, so he questions the employees of the business, but Jo Jeannie Carson has briefed them well. She puts Garnett up for the night and takes him country dancing where he pushes Dunk into a pool of mud.

Next morning, she takes him up to show him the route of the plane that crashed, and they put up in a remote shack, where he pretends to make love to her. Garnett's secretary Maya volunteers to act as decoy, and to his and Jimmy's amusement takes a crash course in being a stewardess. But she gets her own back by spilling coffee in Jimmy's lap. On her first flight, passengers include Hanwell Jack Watling and Mrs Sykes Nora Nicholson , but when you see Paul Stassino is the co-pilot, you surely need look no further.

Maya checks into her hotel, closely watched by Garnett. Naturally all three of the above act suspiciously, but only one tries to strangle Maya 22 The Creators - Film starlet Didi Nadja Regin is introduced to us in a bath of frothy bubbles.

Her scene is interrupted by a phone call warning she won't make Jimmy has the pleasurable task of visiting her on the film set of Castle in the Clouds. The director Alan Tilvern doesn't impress him, even if she does.

It seems like some publicity stunt, but she goes to impress Garnett, and he agrees to accompany her on the eve of her 25th birthday on the flight to Vienna. On the way over, while worry is driving her to drink, he reads the script. They reach Vienna safely, but Garnett has worked out the significance of the number 25, and joins the group on the set , and watches for an awfully long time.

The scene with the cocktail mixer sees Garnett spring into action, dramatically stopping shooting and chucking the mixer to the man out to destroy her Peter Dyneley. Note- this was the nineteenth in the series to be filmed 27 Key Witness - Antonio Sporinza David Bauer has been flown to England as a key witness. But as his daughter Angela returns from school, she is kidnapped, and Sporinza sees her being taken on to another plane. The flight is delayed. A plane spotter Pip Rolls confirms that the girl is on the Glasgow flight, so Garnett, posing as a photographer's model, leaps on board to rescue Angela 28 Hurricane - Jimmy Delaney has to cut short his holiday on a tropical isle when Hurricane Hilda strikes.

At Carriacou Airport, there is panic to board the sole plane, Taggart Gordon Tanner tries bribing Jimmy, and many other passengers assail him.

The plane is made as light as possible by removing all the seats, then comes the choice of who can join the flight, Taggart's method is to use a gun. Finally the plane takes off and Jimmy, presumably the hurricane has suddenly ceased, resumes his holiday with more than a passing ressemblance to John 'Danger Man' Drake 31 The Switch - Alex William Lucas has nicked the Goriot diamond in Paris and has smuggled it into London, unfortunately accidentally leaving it in Garnett's office!

One of his gang, Jenkins Alfred Burke fails to retrieve it, so Alex phones Garnett who is at home in bed. His doctor has told him to take it easy as his blood pressure is too high.

Alex asks Garnett to go to a dance studio with his coat. Dora, Alex's girl friend teaches Garnett to do the cha-cha, before running off with his coat. But though they thought it was, the diamond isn't in there.

Jenkins returns the coat, then leads Garnett a merry dance as he tries to shake him off tailing him- all the clambering can't be good for Garnett's heart. Luckily when Garnett catches up with the gang, Jimmy shows up to prevent his boss' demise. The final scene has the doctor declaring Garnett's blood pressure is, incredibly, back to normal! They book into a swish country hotel, and a fortune in jewellery is stashed in the safe.

Posing as tv engineers, the two baddies nick the gems. In Garnett's office they are apprehended and the property returned to Sheik Abdul Pasha.

But Garnett, with a touch of humour, has a job sorting out just who does own them 33 Delayed Reaction - Big Ben is chiming 5pm as a man falls from a fourth storey window, down on to a pavement. An opportunist thief steals the dead man's briefcase, but is arrested. In the case is evidence that a passenger on the plane to Athens has been poisoned, but which one of the eight on board? Miss Baker the stewardess introduces Jimmy to the possible victims: Numerous red herrings distract Jimmy who finally gets to the poor poisoned one.

A doctor treats her, while Jimmy tricks the poisoner Geoffrey Keen into a confession 35 A Case of Charity - On a flight, a girl passenger bursts into tears, it's a diversion worked by gentleman confidence trickster Frank Littlefield Cecil Parker. When one of the notes from a stolen airport payroll is changed in Rome, Garnett meets up with Gassini of Rome Air Security and they hatch a plan to use Frank to entrap the boss behind the payroll theft Francis de Wolff.

Once more the girl is in tears, since her dad has apparently died He flees on the flight to London, on which Garnett is also travelling. The passenger next to him goes down with smallpox, and everyone has to be inoculated.

Garnett finds her at home, and diplomatically keeps the secret of her illicit weekend from her husband Patrick Holt. He catches up with Finch at the airport, and sorts out his problem also 39 Excess Baggage - With his four wives, a sheik arrives at London Airport. One named Anees hides in a supply room. Having got her description and photo, Jimmy Delaney, with a little help from Maya, traces Nadja Petra Davies , who tries unsuccessfully tries to fool the sheik into believing she is the missing wife.

Jimmy discovers Anees hiding in Nadja's flat. Rasool, the sheik's right hand man, attempts to push her from an upper window, but Jimmy saves her. With a new assistant, the sheik departs with three wives. He gives the now liberated Anees, dressed in a beatnik style jumper, a ticket to Hollywood Zero One Menu. The Return Garnett is in Detroit being interviewed on tv.

On his trip back, he sits next to a nervous woman, who claims she has lost her memory. So he drops her off at Chicago, where she disappears. We see her changing her appearance, donning dark glasses, and flying back to Detroit.

She checks into a hotel, and makes for room , to shoot Harry, her husband. Then she returns to Chicago, dressing as herself once more, and is found wandering in a car park, apparently still uncertain who she is. In fact she is Margo Jennings Patricia Neal. Garnett escorts her to hospital, where she recovers. She tries phoning her husband to assure him all is all right, but is shocked to learn the bad news. Captain Tyler Lionel Murton says Harry is "very dead," suicide.

She refuses to accept this. But Garnett "smells something fishy," and of course he's right. We see her in the arms of Mike Bill Nagy. I did it for us," she admits to him. But by an oversight, she has left some evidence, her plane ticket, in room and she persuades Mike to retrieve it. However he is arrested, a fall guy for her. But Garnett is able to break her alibi. Deadly Angels A beautiful fairy doll. It's dismembered to reveal its contents.

Ah Chen of International Air Security in Hong Kong is then killed, resulting in Garnett flying in to continue the investigation into dope smuggling. Chen's junior Jerry Wang tells how Chen had befriended and helped him, taking him from the orphanage where he had grown up. The money to run the mission is obtained from pedalling toys across the world that they make there. Garnett is impressed with Judd's kindness towards his ch rackets when arg t , for the wire that makes up the halo of a fairy, is identical to the piece of wire clutched in Chen's dying hand.

The bank account of Judd is inspected: When Judd is asked to explain he is unconcerned: Every doll is smashed. Garnett checks on a second crate, and with Judd and Len Fu watching, he smashes a doll.

Len Fu protests, and with reason, for "your angel dolls," he advises the shocked Judd, "have been carrying heroin. Her mute accomplice is in the wings, and she spurs him on to finish Garnett off "if you love me, kill him". It is Judd who ends the violence. Len Fu runs off, but in her haste, is run over by Jerry's car. At the airport, Judd bids Garnett farewell.

To Zero One Menu. Ghost Strip miles from nowhere is a remote African landing strip. A forced landing here finds noone manning the place. Jimmy Delaney phones Garnett from Nairobi about the mystery and he's asked to investigate.

The only two workers at the strip are Renston and Smith, "decent chaps" according to local police chief Rogers Maurice Hedley. But where have they got to? Yet tea had been laid for three, so who else had been there? The only other plane there has broken down, and in it Jimmy finds bars of gold, stolen in a recent robbery.

That night Ahmed who is guarding the plane has his neck broken. Rogers decides to fly off for reinforcements, leaving Jimmy and the gold as "bait. Amidst the croaking of frogs and the sounds of African night life, he waits. Then gunshots- Jimmy has to shoot a dangerous looking snake.

That noise drives off the killer. But he emerges next morning with a gun pointed at Jimmy, who is ordered to repair the stricken plane. But his gun has no cartridges and so the thief and murderer is caught. However the declare the body as that of Sir Philip Humbolt, who disappeared into obscurity ten years ago.

Air security chief Alan Garnett is an old acquaintance of Vance see 11 who declares "I'm a reformed man. What Archie hasn't explained is that he's working for a relation of Sir Philip called Cecil Jeremy Lloyd , who has traced his uncle, now living happily in a doss house. Cecil will inherit the unspent fortune "when the old man kicks off," but that event needs hastening. However they don't want to get into any murder rap, so this is their plan Step One- Collect Happy Hack's coffin from the airport.

However Garnett doesn't trust that "warped, bent, calculating mind" of Archie's and traces Cecil to his home. Step Two- Poison the real Sir Philip, just to knock him out, not to kill him.

There's a nice moment as the incompetent Ziggy wonders if he's drinking the doped drink instead of Sir Philip. Step Three- Archie poses as a doctor, and takes Sir Philip away to a 'hospital. But Garnett has been watching proceedings and the bodies have not quite been swapped back when the police break in. Archie shakes Garnett's hand as he is taken off to jail. This is a tongue-in-cheek tale that ends with Sir Philip sitting up in his coffin, very much alive, but a little mystified Zero One Menu.

A pilot was made at Rotherhithe Studios in July , and with the series approved, shooting at Elstree Studios commenced about February , lasting 19 weeks. It was stated that this series was "made on location in all the countries of Western Europe," but although this was one of the first British dramas to use extensive location shooting, I can't believe it was that far ranging. The series was also sold to Spain, dubbed in Spanish.

Quite why it was largely disappeared from view is a mystery that only Kane himself might have been able to solve. True, this was really British ABC's first effort to make their own filmed series, but it's more viewable than the earlier American made stories, and has its own charm, especially in Brian Reece as Inspector Page, who stiff upper lippedly attempts to rein in Gargan's enthusastic American methods.

Ex-colonel in the US Air Force, Martin Kane, who has been in London for five years, is asked to investigate since Lorraine had had a breakdown when her fiance had died two months ago.

The Lucinda is his boat and according to Lloyd's register, it is docked a few miles offshore near the Thames estuary. So Kane takes a launch to this boat, and learns that Lorraine is on board, here of her own free will.

Inspector Hedley of the Yard John Warwick tells Kane that Richards is a known diamond smuggler, usually employing an innocent dupe as a courier, yes that's Lorraine.

When she comes ashore she is put under surveillance. She calls at a shop, emerging with a box of paints, then goes on to Kane's office where she has a heart to heart with her father, which amounts to "dad, I'm going to marry him.

The box is in bits so a replica is given to Lorraine, but when she presents this to Richards he is not at all pleased.

He has to risk the trip ashore to retrieve the original box. Up a fire escape, Richards climbs into Kane's flat, and despite the fact that police are watching the place, after a fight he succeeds in running off with the remains of the box. That sets off a long police chase, with Richards making for his launch at Tower Bridge. Cleverly eluding the cops, he reaches it and sets course for the safety of the three mile limit. But police give chase and by Rotherhithe they are closing, so Richards leaps ashore, still clutching his box, and is pursued round the docks until cornered, "you can stop running, Mr Richards.

Those diamonds are discovered in the lid of the paint box, you'd have thought Kane would have had the brains to think of that one! But his wife Helen Lisa Gastoni is kidnapped. She'll come to no harm as long as he throws the fight. In turn, he does call in Scotland Yard, Supt Page, who promises absolute secrecy. Reardon's boxing contacts are checked out and his phone tapped. At 4pm a call comes through, the message repeating the same instructions to Reardon. This call is traced to a phone booth, but of course it is long deserted.

No clues can be found at all. Dominic, his manager, realises he is in no condition to fight properly. Mrs Reardon is still a prisoner, the boss of the gang is Anders Leonard Sachs , who is placing bets on the match all over the continent. His ally Hollis Kenneth Griffith is getting jumpy and allows her to phone her husband to tell him she's OK.

This call is taped, and a strange background noise is picked up, a kind of whining. Analysing it, Kane surmises it is a jet engine.

The most likely address is Stanley Aircraft Works so police swoop on the area, sealing off a street. The boss is caught as he attempts to sneak away, his voice bretraying the fact that he had made one of the phone calls. Hollis tries to get away using Mrs Reardon as a hostage, but Kane sneaks up on him, and in order to get away has to let her go. After a chase Hollis too is arrested. The title is not very appropriate, since the story is about a swindle involving hospital drugs.

Ray Dilling Walter Gotell , a director of Anglo Canadian Chemicals sabotages his own firm by replacing a batch of drugs with a lethal chemical. Playing over the tapes, Kane hears a voice which Wright identifies as Dilling's, directing an employee to doctor Assignment K7. At the rail depot, Supt Page catches the gang of three tampering with K7 and they are arrested.

A ten year old girl is the latest victim of being given the wrong drug, and proof has to be found to convict Dilling. So Kane joins the firm and in a rehearsed scene is questioned by Supt Page over a crime.

Dilling kindly gives Kane a false alibi, in return for which Kane is asked to deliver a package to Paris. Kane delivers it to M Bouzanne who is a legitimate stockbroker. Gilling's plan becomes evident. He's out to create a scandal to force the company shares down, so he can buy them cheaply.

But with the little girl set to recover, it looks as though shares won't be falling. Another tape reveals Dilling has become desperate. He is going to the hospital to kill the girl! Supt Page and Kane arrive just as he's about to inject her. Dilling runs off, there's a chase through the streets and on to Tower Bridge, where Dilling is cornered. The Sport of Kings He provides a hot tip for Parker, Saucy Sue, but Parker just hasn't enough cash.

Why not 'borrow' it from his firm? When the sure snip fails to come in, John is easy blackmail material. His boss but also his friend, Forrester, suspecting embezzlement, calls in Martin Kane, who having questioned some touts, has picked up on Parker's heavy betting habit. But Mrs Parker Ann Sears knows nothing of her husband's dilemma.

Checking on Parker's business contacts, it seems the Ashton Machinery Company are still awaiting goods ordered through Parker. Reluctantly, Forrester accepts Kane's report and they agree to call in the discreet aid of Supt Page.

Parker is arrested and does confess, for he had wanted to break from Hall and Laymer. To redeem himself, Parker agrees to play along in an entrapment. Of course they demand more, but Supt Page swoops. However Hall draws a gun and takes Parker hostage.

The crooks get away but the tick tack men relay a message that they have made for the Owners' Parking Lot. Here, amid the shooting, Parker grabs Laymer and Kane jumps on Hall from behind. Thanks to his valuable assistance, "the future didn't look too dark" for John Parker Martin Kane Menu. However the series was never screened on British tv. Produced in by Ambassador Film Productions Ltd. Shot at Bushey Film Studios. Director of all episodes: Special music composed by W.

Surviving stories if you have any of any others, I'll be glad to swap: Terence Reilly Patrick Barr Eileen Trotter Morley's secretary Len Sharp Mullins John Morley, late of Scotland Yard, is approached by a married woman who is being blackmailed by a crook for compromising letters this society woman has committed an indiscretion. Morley soon discovers that the extortionist is Terence Reilly, homicidal King of the Underworld, and his arch enemy. Eileen Trotter Ingeborg Wells George Anne Valerie Valery Susan A woman is kidnapped to obtain a valuable emerald as a ransom.

Of course, Terence Reilly is the real culprit, helped by his accomplice Marie who was the maid of the victim. Spike, a member of the gang, tries to blackmail Reilly but is killed by the arch-criminal. Inspector Morley witnessed the murder. Disguised with a beard he infiltrates the gang and unmasks the woman's husband as one of Reilly's accomplices. Eileen Trotter Frank Hawkins Cranshaw An old scientist visits Morley and tells him that his young assistant has disappeared.

Reilly murders the scientist to secure his secret formula, for sale it to foreign powers. Eileen Trotter, Morley's secretary, is kidnapped but Morley saves her from an acid bath in the nick of time. But Reilly escapes the police Eileen Trotter Tom Macaulay Maria Flame Arthur Howard Theatrical Costumier A gang of car thieves is at large in London; during their latest raid, a young motor mechanic was critically injured, prompting police to step up efforts to apprehend them.

Head of the gang is Maria Flame, alias The Red Flame, a former pickpocket's assistant whom Terence Reilly had helped to transform into a major-league criminal.

Eileen Trotter Rita Birkett Fred Carstairs Dorothy Bramhall Reilly conceives the idea of anonymously presenting them both with a radio set which will explode and kill them. His plan works so far as Carstairs is concerned, but misfires in the Case of Morley. The shop where the sets were purchased is located, and after a number of exciting adventures Reilly and his accomplice Maria Flame are tracked down and arrested.

Eileen Trotter Dorothy Bramhall Miss Wilson Brenda Bauell George Reilly escapes whilst awaiting trial on a capital charge. Morley and a man named Foxley are the prosecution's chief witnesses.

Morley is warned by Inspector Grant of the Yard of his danger, as loyal associates of Reilly are seeking to eliminate the witnesses and Foxley has disappeared.

Morley investigates, but Foxley is murdered. Reilly's accomplice who committed the crime is caught, but Reilly is still at large, and in another of his many disguises is now engaged in diamond robberies. George Grayson Judith Nelmes Major Fry Rita Birkett Pat Campbell William Nicke She boldly comes to his office and threatens him with a gun, but is outwitted and on her way to the Yard with Morley, she is shot. Before she dies she is able to give information which leads Morley and the police to Reilly's hide-out, and the master criminal and his accomplices are all captured, bringing their nefarious activities and the story to an end.

Inspector Cranshaw Dorothy Primrose Reilly Terence or Patrick? Inspector Cranshaw Amy Dalby Insp Cranshaw Grace Denbigh-Russell Cynthia Quelch Margaret Boyd Agatha Quelch Tod Slaughter Agatha at 19 Tony Spear Richard Parker John Miller The first five names are the only ones credited in this version. The others came from personal seach at the Film Archives of BFI, like most of the credits mentioned for the series. An involved story of mysterious murders in Victorian family and two elderly spinster sisters, the only remaining members.

The murders are thought to be committed by rejected suitor, full of hatred and revenge. Detective Inspector Morley is called to The Grange by Cynthia Quelch who is fearful that she is the next member of the family on the murderer's list.

Her sister Agatha, supposedly confined to a wheel chair, is filled with insane hatred for the world, and particularly her family who were responsible for the broken love affair of her youth. When Cynthia is killed, Morley with the help of Scotland Yard's Inspector Cranshaw, finds incriminating evidence damning Agatha who with the help of her manservant has contrived to satisfy her revenge.

Many thanks to Jean-Claude Michel for this section. Thanks are also due to Robert J. Kiss for the information about the American broadcast of the series.

Scarlet Letter Terence Reilly, currently a Hatton Garden diamond merchant, is "tall, sinister looking, frightening charm. Her only recourse is suicide, but she is rescued from Boulter's Lock.

A few years ago she'd consulted Inspector Morley but fear of scandal forced her not to press charges. That decision was a huge disappointment to Morley who had been trying to catch this master criminal for years, ever since he'd killed a fellow police officer.

Mullins is another crook, acting as a go-between, arranging a deal whereby his boss Alec Trent will buy all the blackmail material for his own criminal purposes. Morley poses as Trent to arrange a face to face meeting with his nemesis. Morley pins Reilly down but the latter has been shrewd enough not to bring any of the letters with him, so Morley leaves him bound and gagged and taken the keys to Reilly's safe, with no lack of scruple that previously he had shown.

However a puncture then a traffic jam delay him and Reilly, who had wriggled free, thwarts Morley's plan, "one of us is just a little smarter than the other. Posing as an American, name of Trent, she buys those blackmail letters in a nice exchange in which Reilly admires her charms and even decides that in future he might call himself 'Miss Reilly. But Reilly has been cunning himself, only handing her duplicates.

Morley has freed himself and he snatches the real letters and departs with this promise to Reilly, "I'll follow you to hell," since he can't prosecute him as yet because of the danger of scandal.

He consults Inspector Morley, who advises ignoring the threat for the time being, "she's of more value to them alive than dead. Eileen Trotter is deputed by Morley to watch Reilly's Hatton Garden office, while Morley blames Blandford, who has gone against his advice and handed over the emerald. However Susan has not been released. In fact she cannot be released since old lag Spike, in a fit of drunkenness has told Susan that Reilly is her kidnapper.

Reilly orders Spike to dispose of her. But in one of those improbable coincidences, Morley happens to have seen Spike in the street and "curiosity" makes him follow the crook to the house where his boss George is holding Susan. Spike is paid off and of course spends his ill gotten gains in a pub.

He staggers to Reilly's office to demand the Green Eye, the pair fight and Spike is stabbed to death. A man called Archie, Morley with a thick beard, approaches Reilly offering to bump Morley off as well as the girl.

In fact the simple plot becomes more elaborate as the inspector uses his chance to expose the mastermind behind the kidnap. He kindly explains to the gang the errors they always make, "simple deduction" solved this case. It's a neatly done finish though regrettably Reilly must have penetrated Morley's disguise and "the old fox got away again.

The former relates how this case had begun. Scientist John Harrison had approached him two weeks ago. His new discovery is XYQ, but he is worried as his assistant Paul Roger has disappeared, and so have elements of his formula. Now crooked diamond merchant Terence Reilly had purchased such a machine, though when she asks him, he denies it.

Reilly is up to his old tricks, strangling Harrison in order to search his home for the rest of the formula. Eileen is in danger too. Walking along a street to work, Reilly kidnaps her, bundling her away in his car.

A stranger calls at Reilly's office, pretty obvious it's Morley with a moustache and beard and glasses, but Reilly is slow on the uptake. The stranger wants to buy a diamond, and admires the ring Reilly is wearing.

Now its shape matches exactly the indentation in the dead professor's neck. Too late Reilly works out who this stranger is. In a typical Tod Slaughter scene, with several wonderfully corny lines, the crook attempts to make a deal with Morley, "clever Morley, but not quite clever enough. No, responds the inspector. Morley chases him across a bombsite but loses him when Roger grabs a car. Morley hails a taxi, but it's too late.

That brings us back to the opening scene. Hoping for Eileen's release, and for news that Roger's car is spotted. It is, and Roger is tailed to a warehouse. In another typical Slaughter scene showing him at his nasty best, Reilly has concocted a bath of nitric acid for Eileen's benefit. When Roger joins Reilly at the warehouse, the Yard swoop and Roger is under arrest. Reilly however, tips the bath over to cut off pursuit, and exits a free man.

But Inspector Cranshaw doesn't seem bothered, "Reilly won't get far. The feature length film has one final scene to round it off. Reilly is caught and on the prison notice board, a note as to his time of execution is posted. Inspector Morley concludes with a mini sermon. Is there any connection with the fact that Terence Reilly had escaped prison the week previously?

She's got the cash, from the proceeds of all these car robberies, for it is she who is the brains behind this gang. However she is reluctant to hand him all that cash. Inspector Morley recognises one of the car thieves as Phelps, an associate of Reilly on the Green Eye case. According to Inspector Grant of the Yard, Reilly has been seen in Paris, but Morley is convinced that this proves he's still in London.

The car of a Dr Simpson is stolen, a note warns him off telling the police. But he does consult Morley, who smells the exclusive Parisian perfume on the notepaper. Morley buys a beard from a theatrical costumier, then makes his way to Maria Flame's flat. She has been advertising for someone in search of adventure. Phelps is assigned to tail Pierre, just to make sure he doesn't renege on the deal. But Morley outwits him and has him arrested. In the best Tod Slaughter manner, Reilly ascends the fire escape to Maria's flat.

Enter Pierre with a gun. A struggle, as Maria watches on. Then the police burst in and arrest Reilly Uncredited speaking parts: A thief called Phelps. A theatrical costumier Arthur Howard. Dr Simpson Inspector Morley Menu. Murder at Scotland Yard Reilly has escaped from prison! He's somewhere in Soho. At Scotland Yard, Inspector Carstairs stupidly opens a package, a radio "from an old admirer.

His secretary, Miss Eileen Trotter unpacks it, but since it needs a plug- stupid mistake by Reilly- she cannot switch it on. A kind window cleaner does the job for her, "there we are. He has been with Inspector Grant at the Yard sifting through the rubble in the late Carstairs' office. A photo of Maria Flame is mysteriously intact, "slippery as an eel. The window cleaner is plugging in the radio when Morley returns, he switches off the sweet music in a haste, then defuses the bomb.

Miss Trotter has been delegated to watch the radio shop, but she is kidnapped. Reilly devises another fiendish plot to dispose of his enemy. It's either Morley or me. They fight but Morley is shot by Reilly's accomplice and dragged away into a car thence to Reilly's hideout.

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