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starring Patrick Mower in Fringe Banking by KEN FOLLETT with Philip Madoc , Brendan Price and Vivien Heilbron and featuring John Judd
A top civil servant spends the night with a call-girl: a merchant banker strikes a bargain with a hoodlum. Something big is on-and Hackett has only a day to crack it.
Producer PHILIP HINCHCLIFFE Directed by TERRY GREEN

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Mower
Unknown: Ken Follett
Unknown: Philip Madoc
Unknown: Vivien Heilbron
Unknown: John Judd
Producer: Philip Hinchcliffe
Directed By: Terry Green
Det-Supt Steve Hackett: Patrick Mower
Det Chief Supt Tate: Philip Madoc
Det-Sgt Frank Bonney: Brendan Price
Det-Sgt Louise Colbert: Vivien Heilbron
Chaz Carter: John Judd
Pa Carter: Leslie Sarony
John McCorqudale: Neville Barber
Mrs McCorqudale: Yvonne Antrobus
Ernest Millet: John Malcolm
Catherine Millet: Gwen Cherrell
Dee: Sally Faulkner
Alan Ziegler: Derek Martin
Hecht: John Rhys-Davies
Stan: Peter Quince
Mrs Templeton: Helena Niccarthy
Security guard: Phil Ryan
Deputy manageress: Fran O'Linn
Police sergeant: David Mallinson
Mr Allison: Reginald Jessup
Mr Enticott: Jonathan Scott
Bank teller: Simon Barry
Old lady: Doris Hall
Old man: Roy Denton
Hackett's girl: Gee Kee
Carter's gang: Les Crawford
Carter's gang: Del Baker
Carter's gang: Eddie Powell
Carter's gang: Steve Emerson

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