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An eight-part series about a Darlington news agency, starring Michael Elphick 5: Harry suspects that a local bigtime criminal, known as the Phantom and now living on the Costa Del Sol, is back in town.
Harry is keen to get the exclusive. Ex-detective Jack Crow is also keen to find the Phantom, but for a different reason. It's a race to see who can find him first. To throw news-hungry Cheryl off the scent of his scoop, Harry uses some underhand methods to encourage herto investigate a devil-worship story that unexpectedly turns out to be connected with the Phantom.
Episode written by Arthur McKenzie
Producer Joy Spink ; Director Laurence Moody


Unknown: Michael Elphick
Unknown: Jack Crow
Written By: Arthur McKenzie
Producer: Joy Spink
Director: Laurence Moody
Harry Salter: Michael Elphick
Snappy: Ian Bartholomew
Alice: Julie Graham
Jonathan: Tom Hollander
Cheryl: Alphonsia Emmanuel
Tommy: Ozzie Yue
Lenny Trainer: Mark Kingston
Jack Crow: John Woodvine
Dl Small: Mark Ryan
Irene Patterson: Jean Alexander
Wally Hunt: Dave Hill
Wayne: Ralph Ineson

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