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A mystery serial in seven parts by David Ellis with Noel Johnson
4: In which Andrew Marsh finds his car
Andrew had his cheque book stolen-and when it was used to buy goods with dud cheques he fell under police suspicion. Trying to clear himself he blundered into more trouble-his friend Roger Sherwin was killed by a hit-and-run car and Andrew ' framed ' for the murder. Among Roger's effects he found several stolen cheque books, one belonging to Sheldon Everard. Andrew called at Everard's address and met his daughter Margaret-her father had committed suicide. Margaret joined Andrew in his search for the truth, but before they got very far Andrew's wife Joyce disappeared and he received a message warning him to ' lay off ' if he ever wanted to see her again ...
Produced by BETTY DAVIES


Unknown: David Ellis
Unknown: Noel Johnson
Unknown: Roger Sherwin
Unknown: Sheldon Everard.
Produced By: Betty Davies
Andrew Marsh: Noel Johnson
Margaret Everard: Eva Haddon
Det -Sgt Rankin: Henry Stamper
Joe: Antony Viccars
Peter Lloyd: Michael Deacon
Max Freeman: Francis de Wolff
Alf Jenkins: Brian Haines
Sheila Ramsey: Jan Edwards

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