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History. Mark Dixon , an arch enemy of DI Jack Carter , is released from a psychiatric unit and goes looking for revenge. Last in the series. See Choice.
Written by Tony Jordan
Producer Ken Horn ; Director David Innes Edwards (S) (W)


Unknown: Mark Dixon
Unknown: Di Jack Carter
Written By: Tony Jordan
Producer: Ken Horn
Director: David Innes Edwards
Ch Insp Barnard: Terence Harvey
Dl Jack Carter: George Costigan
PC Colin Jitlada: Lan Aspinall
PC Pete Redfern: Dave Hill
PC Nick Green: Sean McKenzie
PC Sue Chappel: Ashley Jensen
DC Mary Sutcliffe: Sarah Kirkman
Sgt Paul Dobson Philip: Martin Brown
Yvonne Mackey: Lorraine Ashbourne
PC Clive Gardner: Martin Walsh
DC Janet Miller: Connie Hyde
PC Richard Law: Michael Begley
Thomas Cole: Philip Fowler
Tim Anand: Navin Chowdhry
Mark Dixon: Christopher Fairbank
Larry Robinson: Paul Rider

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