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Detective Inspector Marriot calls on Blunt's Brilliant Detectives and asks Tommy and Tuppence to hunt down a forger.

Somebody is passing forged notes at the exclusive Python Club in Upper Brook Street, and Detective Inspector Marriot feels that Tommy and Tuppence would be able to go under cover there better than any police officer. It is a very upper class establishment, and needs special attention.

Tommy and Tuppence agree with alacrity; Tommy invents the phrase 'the crackler' to describe a forger as they are going through their Edgar Wallace phase at Blunt's Brilliant Detectives and he believes that this word has the right feel to it. Alfred the office boy also assists in enquiries, going undercover as a motor cyclist.

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x11
Airdate: Saturday January 14th, 1984



Guest Stars
Arthur CoxArthur Cox
As Detective Inspector Marriott
Recurring
Peter GodfreyPeter Godfrey
As Maybrick
Christopher ScoularChristopher Scoular
As Captain James Faulkener
Shane RimmerShane Rimmer
As Hank Ryder
Lawrence DavidsonLawrence Davidson
As Monsieur H.A. Roulade
David QuilterDavid Quilter
As Major Laidlaw
Terence HillyerTerence Hillyer
As Chauffeur
Stan PrettyStan Pretty
As Harry the Barman
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