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BradPaula
Thanks for the additional information, littlesue! Much appreciated. -Paula
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Joe Dredd
littlesue wrote:
I loved Hadleigh. What with Gerald in Adam Adamant, then (according to Google) a show called Gazette (About a newspaper) and then Hadleigh.


Hi littlesue, we seem to like all the same programmes!

Gazette was the forerunner of Hadleigh; it's about the local newspaper he inherited from his father. Hadleigh turns up in some of the episodes but not all of them.

Hadleigh is a great series. It has a very open format which allows the James Hadleigh character to get caught up in all sorts of things, so the stories are never samey. It changes gears midway, with an overarching story in series 3 and 4.

Some of the episodes were affected by the cameraman's strike at the time, hence they are in black & white (like this one). The following episode is one of my favourites. He has to run the local agricultural show; all is going well until a farmer turns up with his cows then later reveals he thinks they have foot & mouth disease.
 
Spaceship Dispatcher
My favourite Hadleigh episode is Some You Win, Some You Lose, where he has to mount a rescue mission to get Susan back from a Greek prison. The episode features Harold Goldblatt who was briefly in Dr Who: Frontier in Space, but all except three episodes of s1 share guest actors with Dr Who.
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littlesue
Joe Dredd wrote:

littlesue wrote:
I loved Hadleigh. What with Gerald in Adam Adamant, then (according to Google) a show called Gazette (About a newspaper) and then Hadleigh.


Hi littlesue, we seem to like all the same programmes!

Gazette was the forerunner of Hadleigh; it's about the local newspaper he inherited from his father. Hadleigh turns up in some of the episodes but not all of them.

Hadleigh is a great series. It has a very open format which allows the James Hadleigh character to get caught up in all sorts of things, so the stories are never samey. It changes gears midway, with an overarching story in series 3 and 4.

Some of the episodes were affected by the cameraman's strike at the time, hence they are in black & white (like this one). The following episode is one of my favourites. He has to run the local agricultural show; all is going well until a farmer turns up with his cows then later reveals he thinks they have foot & mouth disease.


One wonders if we are the same 'vintage'!!!!
It's because of Adam Adamant that I tended to follow Mr Harper from series to series!
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Joe Dredd
littlesue wrote:
One wonders if we are the same 'vintage'!!!!


Just wise beyond our years!
 
Joe Dredd
Tom Chadbon plays Sean in the Special Branch episode "A New Face" (1969)
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John Levene also has a role in this episode.
Edited by Joe Dredd on 11 May 2014 01:23:50
 
Joe Dredd
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Joe Dredd
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Joe Dredd
Speaking of Special Branch, Jackie Pearce turns up several years later playing Helga Moritz in "Catherine the Great" (1974).

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There's a bit of a Servalan vibe going on with that white top she's wearing when she gets out of the taxi (centre pic, bottom row).

As always, click for a larger view.
Edited by Joe Dredd on 11 May 2014 01:37:57
 
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Joe Dredd
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Joe Dredd
Michael Sheard also has a role in this episode, so we get to see Section Leader Klegg rendezvous with the Supreme Commander... though looking much more like Mr. Bronson!

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Joe Dredd
It's been pointed out to me that Messrs Thomas, Darrow and Keating all had parts in Special Branch too (thanks I.M.!), so the following are cheats as I wasn't actually watching these but did them to request.
 
Joe Dredd
Paul gets a fair chunk of screentime at the end of the 1969 episode, "Smokescreen"(*). He is referred to in the episode as "Mr. Fraser" but only credited as "Lawyer".

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* An interesting title considering George Sewell later joins the cast as DCI Alan Craven, i.e. "Craven, A"!
 
Joe Dredd
Michael Keating also pops up in the 1969 series, in "A Date with Leonidas". He has a few lines, but it's pretty much a cough and spit role with much of his screen time spent in the background obscured by the main cast.


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Joe Dredd
Gareth Thomas is a central character in 1974's "Alien", as firebrand shop steward Steve Ryman.

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Have a look at the cast in this grab from the credits - not just GT, but James Bolam's missus Susan Jameson, Peter "Sir Frank is in charge of civil service pay" Cellier(*) and the Trout himself, Patrick Troughton! Knockout!

* A nice link to Yes Prime Minister as Paul Eddington also appears regularly in Special Branch as Strand. Yes, another brand of cigarette! Were they doing this on purpose?
 
Joe Dredd
Ah, 70s hairstyles. I probably had mine brushed this way too!

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Judging by the water tower in the background, he's scouting out potential locations for B7!
 
Angry Angel
Great spotting Joe, they all look so different!
 
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President Solvite
Some fine catches there indeed Smile
 
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Joe Dredd
Angry Angel wrote:

Great spotting Joe, they all look so different!


I want to get myself filmed in black and white too; it seems to make one look more youthful! ; )
 
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