Boody sex chatting dcdatingresourceguide com
ITV bought the films and screened them in the 1960's.Details of the thirteen 35 minute stories: 1 The Case of The Studio Payroll (Cinema release date, with #2, Jan 18th 1954)- with Jack Watling and Susan Stephen.The star was Clifford Evans who played Chief Inspector Robert Stryker, and his assistant was the genial George Woodbridge.Narrator was ex policeman Tom Fallon, who went on to be adviser on Dial 999.Sandford's henchman however is watching her, and demands the diamonds. So the Marsden's son is taken captive, that's too much for Marsden and he fights with the crook boathooks flying everywhere, boats overturned. Stryker moves in to arrest Sandford, who neatly leaps from his wheelchair, out of his upper storey window.The struggle moves dangerously on to a bridge over a weir in the river. The story ends with some comedy from Sergeant Hawker (George Woodbridge) attempting to ride a very wobbly old bicycle Stryker of the Yard Menu An archive in Canada holds prints of many of this series, and it really is past time for some enterprising business to release it on to dvd.
Stryker investigates The Kataro Marriage Bureau in London.
Kathy O'Hara, a lovely orphaned Irish girl, had answered one of their advertisements.
The boss had embarked on an evil plan, after reading her letter which gave her complete financial details. An explosion in a deserted barn- and Stryker finds the charred remains of an unidentified man.
An unpremeditated crime on the part of a young man who takes 10,000.
2 The Case of Uncle Henry- with Elliot Makeham, Edwin Richfield and Desmond Llewelyn.