A serial in six parts from the story by Charles Tritten.
Adapted for television and produced by Joy Harington.
Film sequences taken at Scuol Tarasp Vulpera, Switzerland
A thriller by Norman Edwards
Adapted for television by Philip Mackie
[Starring] Henry Oscar
Dr. Pole has worked out to the last detail the hold-up his gang is about to stage. Nothing, he says, can go wrong, but to relieve Mildred's mind the unfortunately named Aloysius can ring up to say that everything has gone according to plan. It is merely unfortunate that there is someone on the line...
Adapted for television by:
Scotland Yard Sergeant:
Old-Time Music-Hall with Lisa Lee, Dominic Le Foe, Kitty Gillow, Harold Goodwin, Nina Yanson, Billy Danvers and Albert Burdon.
Chairman, Leonard Sachs
From the City Varieties Music Hall, Leeds
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