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The Men from Room Thirteen: The Man Who Made Trouble: Part 2

Synopsis

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The last in the present series of crime stories by Michael Gilbert.
[Starring] Brian Wilde, Kenneth Mackintosh
with Jacqueline Hill

Superintendents Halcro and Maw are trying to break up a protection racket run by Massimo, an Italian -with an unsavoury war record. So far, Massimo's gang of trouble makers are always one jump ahead-as Halcro finds out to his cost when he walks into his office one night.

Contributors

Writer: Michael Gilbert
Research: Maurice Cowan
Music composed by: Ron Grainer
Music played by: The Ron Grainer Sextet
Designer: Donald Brewer
Producer: Douglas Allen
Miss Angel: Jacqueline Hill
First Police Constable: John Wilding
Second Police Constable: Kenneth Seeger
Detective-Superintendent Halcro: Brian Wilde
Chief Superintendent Maw: Kenneth MacKintosh
Massimo: Arnold Diamond
Joseph: Hugh Cross
Boy: Roland Curram
Jacko: Geoffrey Hibbert
Melosi: Harold Berens
Stella: Jennifer Browne
Dummy: Peter Stephens
Brigadier Hunt: Anthony Sharp
Mrs Fanshawe: Daphne Odin Pearse
Telephone operator: Pauline Petrie
Controller of trains: Henry Rayner






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