Season Two 1964 B&W (60 mins)
1. Yesterday's Enemies
Guest Stars: Maureen Connell [ Jo Dutton ], Howard Marion Crawford [ Archer ], Anton Rogers [ Attala ], Joan Hickson [ Mrs Curtis ], Peter Copeley [ Brett ], Patricia Driscoll [ Mrs Archer ], Aubrey Morris [ Harris ], Ivor Salter [ Bertrand ], April Wilding [ Mary Wilson ], Lynn Taylor [ Stewardess ], George Eugeniou [ Immigration Officer ], George Zenios [ Barman ], Nadim Sawalha [ Nickolaou ], Raul Alkazzi [ Kemal ]
Drake investigates a former British agent who has apparently set up his own espionage ring in Lebanon.
First Broadcast: 13 Oct 64 pc: 048 Written By: Donald Jonson Directed By: Charles Crichton
2. The Professionals
Guest Stars: Helen Cherry [ Mrs Pearson ], Nadja Regin [ Ira ], Jerry Stovin [ Desmond Pearson ], Alex Scott [ Milos Kaldor ], John Welsh [ Rhodes ], Noel Johnson [ Ambassador ], Joan Young [ Miss Burnham ], Steve Plytas [ Interrogator ], Hana Pravda [ Czech Receptionist ], Jan Conrad [ Landlord ], Stella Courtney [ Nadia ], John G. Heller [ Czech Policeman ], Brenda Dunrich [ Secretary ], Charles Laszlo [ Police Motorcyclist ]
Drake goes into Yugoslavia as a heavy drinking diplomat to find a missing agent.
First Broadcast: 20 Oct 64 pc: 043 Written By: Wilfred Greatorex and Louis Marks Directed By: Michael Truman
3. Colony Three
Guest Stars: Glen Owen [ Randall ], Niall MacGinnis [ Donovan ], Peter Arne [ Richardson ], Catherine Woodville [ Janet ], Edward Underdown [ Lord Denby ], Cicely Paget-Bowen [ Lady Denby ], Peter Jesson [ Fuller ], Laurence Herder [ Soldier ], Charles Laszlo [ Agent ]
Drake infiltrates a group of defectors being sent to a training camp for agents in eastern Europe.
First Broadcast: 27 Oct 64 pc: 049 Written By: Donald Jonson Directed By: Don Chaffey
4. The Galloping Major
Guest Stars: William Marshall [ Prime Minister ], Errol John [ Colonel Nyboto ], Earl Cameron [ Kassawari ], Edric Connor [ Dr Manudu ], Arnold Diamond [ Lasalle ], Jill Melford [ Suzanne ], Geoffrey Lumsden [ General Powers ], Nora Nicholson [ Mrs Manningham ], Lloyd Reckord [ Barman ], Zakes Mokae [ Personal Asst ], Danny Daniels [ Adjutant ], Heather Emanuel [ Girl ], Ron Blackman [ NCO ], Jimmy Falana [ Attendant ], Willie Payne [ Sergeant ]
The Prime minister of a newly emerged African nation fears the opposition party is trying to topple his government.
First Broadcast: 3 Nov 64 pc: 047 Written By: David Stone Directed By: Peter Maxwell
5. Fair Exchange
Guest Stars: Lelia Goldoni [ Lisa Lanzic ], James Maxwell [ Pieter ], George Mikell [ Wilhelm Berg ], Andre Van Gyseghem [ Otto Berg ], Barry Linehan [ Foster ], Edwin Apps [ Mumford ], Raymond Adamson [ Gorton ], Noel Howlett [ Dr McKenna ], Kenneth Adams [ Sustri ], Thomas Gallagher [ German Farmer ], John Kirby [ German Guard ], Hugo De Vernier [ Servant ], Jerry Tunnicliffe [ East German Guard ], Bernard Davies [ German Taxi Driver ], Ernest Lindsay [ Pohlman ], Bruce Whightman [ English Taxi Driver ]
Lisa Lanzic returns to East Germany to kill the official responsible for her torture.
First Broadcast: 10 Nov 64 pc: 042 Written By: Wilfred Greatorex and Marc Brandel Directed By: Charles Crichton
6. Fish on the Hook
Guest Stars: Dawn Addams [ Gerdi ], Zena Marshall [ Nadia ], Terence Longdon [ Rowland ], Martin Miller [ Dr Zoren ], Peter Bowles [ Garnal ], Vladek Sheybal [ Tewflick ], Michael Godfrey [ Abdul ], Harvey Hall [ Maxwell ], Robert Henderson [ Albert ], Clive Russell [ G's Secretary ], Walter Randall [ Cockney Soldier ], Durra [ Arab Girl ], Prem Bakshi [ Captain ], Karen Clare [ Dr Zoren's Nurse ]
Drake is sent to the Middle East to protect the organizer of a complex espionage system that is coming unraveled.
First Broadcast: 17 Nov 64 pc: 040 Written By: John Roddick and Michael Pertwee Directed By: Robert Day
7. The Colonel's Daughter
Guest Stars: Virginia Maskell [ Joanna ], Michael Trubshawe [ Colonel Blakeley ], Warren Mitchell [ Chopra ], Zia Mohyeddin [ Khan ], John Bennett [ Minister ], George Pastell [ Petel ], Kenneth Adams [ Interrogator ], Frank Olegario [ Plainclothes Man ], Michael Nightingale [ Picton Jones ], Kumar Ranji [ Gumta ], Balu Patel [ Personal Asst to the Minister ], Dean Francis [ Barman ], Zoe Zephyr [ Margaret ], Jaron Yaltan [ Subta ]
A security leak leads Drake to India and retired British colonel and his daughter.
First Broadcast: 24 Nov 64 pc: 044 Written By: David Weir Directed By: Philip Leacock
8. The Battle of the Cameras
Guest Stars: Dawn Addams [ Martine ], Niall MacGinnis [ Kent ], Frederick Bartman [ Genicot ], Patrick Newell [ Alex ], Jose berlinka [ Barman ], Gilbert France [ Croupier ], John Serret [ Senior Executive ], Henry De Bray [ Chief Chemist ], Hugo De Vernier [ Night Manager ]
Drake investigates a reclusive millionaire in connection with the theft of documents from a secret chemical plant in southern France.
First Broadcast: 1 Dec 64 pc: 051 Written By: Philip Broadley Directed By: Don Chaffey
9. No Marks for Servility
Guest Stars: Mervyn Johns [ Armstrong ], Francesca Annis [ Judy ], Howard Marion Crawford [ Gregori ], Suzan Farmer [ Helen ], Peter Illing [ Avraam ], John Cazabon [ Strotti ], Elizabeth Ashley [ Lady Fielding ], Frederick Piper [ Sir Charles Fielding ], John G. Heller [ Joseph ]
Drake investigates a wealthy man suspected of being a swindler by posing as his valet.
First Broadcast: 8 Dec 64 pc: 052 Written By: Ralph Smart Directed By: Don Chaffey
10. A Man to be Trusted
Guest Stars: Harvey Ashby [ Mora ], Patricia Donahue [ Lorna Corlander ], Ralph Michael [ Dorset ], Eunice Gayson [ Louise Bancroft ], Wanda Ventham [ Stella Dorset ], Christopher Carlos [ Papa Camille ], Alvaro Fontana [ Customs Officer ], Harry Baird [ Carlos ], Tracy Connell [ Manservant ], The Boscoe Holder Dancers
Drake goes to the West Indies to investigate the murder of two British agents.
First Broadcast: 15 Dec 64 pc: 050 Written By: Raymond Bowers Directed By: Peter Maxwell
11. Don't Nail Him Yet
Guest Stars: John Fraser [ Rawson ], Sheila Allen [ Dian ], Anthony Dawson [ Lucus ], Raymond Adamson [ Gorton ], Edwin Apps [ Mumford ], Edward Chapman [ Sir Ralph ], Edward Cast [ Bennett ], Wendy Richard [ Sue ], Leonard Monaghan [ Lennie ], Keith Bell [ Bill ], Jacqueline Pearce [ Jeannie ], Nicholas Hawtrey [ Waiter ], Ian Collin [ Pub Landlord ]
Drake assumes the identity of a school teacher to trap a minor official suspected of smuggling naval secrets.
First Broadcast: 22 Dec 64 pc: 041 Written By: Philip Broadley Directed By: Michael Truman
12. A Date with Doris
Guest Stars: Jane Merrow [ Juana Romero ], Ronald Radd [ Joaquin Patatore ], Eric Pohlmann [ Eduardo ], James Maxwell [ Peter Miller ], Marne Maitland [ Plainclothes Man ], Richard Bebb [ Major Casado ], David Lander [ Chemist ], David Cargill [ Van Driver ], Carlos Douglas [ Reception Clerk ], Micky Ventura [ Bell Boy ], Alvaro Fontana [ Police Officer ], David Charlesworth [ Sergeant ], Guido Adorni [ Jose ], Donald Tandy [ Doorman ], Charles Hill [ Tavern Keeper ], Magda Konopke [ Conchita ], Richard Owens [ Naval Lieutenant ], Juan Ilinares [ First Assassin ], Michael Martin [ Second Assassin ], Roy Vincente [ Soldier ], Peter Brayham [ Sergeant's Man ], Michael Maten [ Policeman ]
Drake must clear an agent being framed for the murder of an actress on a Caribbean island.
First Broadcast: 29 Dec 64 pc: 054 Written By: Philip Broadley Directed By: Quentin Lawrence
13. That's Two of Us Sorry
Guest Stars: Francesca Annis [ Sheila ], Finlay Currie [ Landlord ], Nigel Green [ Magnus Sutherland ], Duncan Lamont [ Angus McKinnon ], Brian Phelan [ Donald McKinnon ], Graham Crowden [ Braithwaite ], Barbara Lott [ Mrs Braithwaite ], Julie Wallace [ Mrs McKinnon ], Duncan McIntyre [ Mackay ], Rory McDermot [ Security Man ], Sara Branch [ Miss Montgomery ], Stephen Jack [ Dr Hutchins ], John Southworth [ Todd ], Ian Flintoff [ Nikita ]
A spy who disappeared during World War II is apparently responsible for the theft of plans from a Scottish atomic-research lab.
First Broadcast: 5 Jan 65 pc: 046 Written By: Jan Read Directed By: Quentin Lawrence
14. Such Men Are Dangerous
Guest Stars: Lee Montague [ Major Latour ], Jack McGowran [ Shorty Pratt ], Zia Mohyeddin [ Mr Sen ], Jack Gwillam [ General ], John Cairney [ Jack Taylor ], Alan Wheatley [ Solicitor ], Georgina Ward [ Diana ], Robert O'Neill [ Red Johnson ], Thomas Baptiste [ Odzala ], Roger Maxwell [ Tweedy Gentleman ], Tom Gill [ Edwin Bowden ], Ivor Salter [ Williams ], Eric Chitty [ Butler ], Dorinda Stevens [ Miss Jackson ], Patrick Connor [ Gateman ], David Cargill [ Harry Hutchinson ], Henry Kay [ Inspector ], Martine Beswick [ Girl ], Judy Huxtable [ Girl ], Ann Colston [ Girl ]
Drake replaces a convict awaiting release who had been recruited as part of an assassination plot.
First Broadcast: 12 Jan 65 pc: 055 Written By: Ralph Smart Directed By: Don Chaffey
15. Whatever Happened to George Foster?
Guest Stars: Adrienne Corri [ Pauline ], Bernard Lee [ Lord Ammanford ], Jill Medford [ Certhia ], Joyce Carey [ Lady Ammanford ], Colin Douglas [ The Stranger ], Patsy Smart [ Nanny ], Richard Caldicot [ Sir Joseph Manton , Redmond Phillips [ Secretary ], Jack Bligh [ Charlie Hewitt ], Michael Collins [ Police Sergeant ], Dorothea Phillips [ Miss Jones ], Sonia Fox [ Airport Clerk ], Jeremy Ranchev [ Ginger ], Barbara Leake [ Mrs Foster ], Bill Corlett [ Garage Attendant ], Eynon Evans [ Schoolmaster ], Dafydd Havard [ Landlord ], Evan Thomas [ Vicar ], Norman Wynne [ Jones the Boat ], Roderick Jones [ Farmer ], Brian Anderson [ Garage Manager ]
Drake is ordered off the case when he discovers a British tycoon backing plans to overthrow a Latin American government.
First Broadcast: 19 Jan 65 pc: 056 Written By: David Stone Directed By: Don Chaffey
16. A Room in the Basement
Guest Stars: Jane Merrow [ Susan ], William Lucas [ Bernhard ], Michael Gwynn [ Military Attaché ], Mark Dignam [ British Ambassador ], Gerard Heinz [ Dr Huber ], John Breslin [ Keith Turnbull ], Edward Cast [ Luke ], John Welsh [ British First Secretary ], Jack May [ Third Secretary ], Margo Johns [ Sister Rousseau ], Kate O'Mara [ Annette ], John Cater [ Man Receptionist ], Jose Berlinka [ Servant ], Peter Elliott [ Sergeant ]
Drake doesn't believe an Eastern European Embassy in Switzerland when it denies holding his colleague Keith Turnbull.
First Broadcast: 2 Feb 65 pc: 057 Written By: Ralph Smart Directed By: Don Chaffey
17. The Affair at Castelevara
Guest Stars: Eric Pohlmann [ Carlos Bisbal ], Harold Goldblatt [ Ramon Torres ], Martin Benson [ General Ventura ], Andre Morell [ Sir Duncan ], Alan Gifford [ Van Horn ], Aubrey Morris [ Fortunato Santos ], Brian Worth [ El Ferro ], Sonia Fox [ Maite ], Charles Tingwell [ Kemp ], Richard Leech [ Colonel Montes ], David Saire [ Manual ], David Graham [ Detective ], David Ritch [ Immigration Officer ], Clive Cazes [ Prison Guard ], Paul Armstrong [ Policeman in Café ]
Drake works with an American agent to free the ousted leader of a Latin American country who has been condemned to death by the revolutionaries.
First Broadcast: 9 Feb 65 pc: 058 Written By: James Foster Directed By: Quentin Lawrence
18. The Ubiquitous Mr Lovegrove
Guest Stars: Adrienne Corri [ Elaine ], Eric Barker [ Mr Lovegrove ], Francis De Wolff [ Mr Alexander ], Patsy Rowlands [ Mrs Fairbrother ], Peter Butterworth [ 'Umbrella' ], Edward Underdown [ Morgan ], Mike Pratt [ 'Briefcase' ], John Cazabon [ Man in Black ], Desmond Llewellyn [ Doorman ], Patrick Connor [ Receptionist ], Peter Gill [ Fletcher ], Terrance Hooper [ Croupier ]
Drake faces a casino owner with a large stack of unpaid gambling debts, but cannot recall how or when he accumulated them.
First Broadcast: 16 Feb 65 pc: 053 Written By: David Stone Directed By: Don Chaffey
19. It's Up to the Lady
Guest Stars: Sylvia Syms [ Paula ], Robert Urquhart [ Charles ], Maxwell Shaw [ Nicos ], Vera Cook [ Paula's Mother ], Harry Tardios [ Mimiko ], Meadows White [ Customs Man ], Sarah Brackett [ Secretary ], Andreas Lysandrou [ Greek Policeman ], George Zenios [ Greek Boy ], Anthony Baird [ British Agent ], John Bryans [ Plainclothes Man ], William Hurndell [ Truck Driver ], Sally Douglas [ Girl ]
Drake hopes to use a defector's wife to persuade him to return to his home to Britain.
First Broadcast: 23 Feb 65 pc: 045 Written By: Philip Broadley s: John Roddick Directed By: Michael Truman
20. Have a Glass of Wine
Guest Stars: Ann Lynn [ Suzanne ], Warren Mitchell [ Lamaze ], George Benson [ Police Chief ], Kathleen Breck [ Zelda ], Victor Brookes [ Jules ], Michael Balfour [ Gaston ], Larry Taylor [ Henn ], Brian Weske [ Duty Officer ], Anita Sharp Bolster [ Old Lady ], Ann Heffernan [ Madame Lafleur ], Sarah Brackett [ Annette ], Roger Avon [ Chateau Guide ], Michael Coccoran [ Pierre ]
Drake follows a spy to the wine country of France in pursuit of secret military documents.
First Broadcast: 2 Mar 65 pc: 059 Written By: David Stone Directed By: Peter Maxwell
21. The Mirror's New
Guest Stars: Donald Houston [ Bierce ], David Hutcheson [ Sir Jeremy ], Wanda Ventham [ Penny ], Nicola Pagett [ Nicola ], Bill Nagy [ George Murgia ], Mary Yeomans [ Virginia Bierce ], Ernst Walder [ Esser ], Alison Seebohm [ Frances ], Jerome Willis [ Second Pursuer ], Yvonne Marquand [ Diana ], Frank Maher [ First Pursuer ]
Drake looks for an official from the British Embassy in Paris who has disappeared with a vital report to the German Chancellor.
First Broadcast: 9 Mar 65 pc: 060 Written By: Philip Broadley Directed By: Michael Truman
22. Parallel Lines Sometimes Meet
Guest Stars: Moira Redmond [ Nicola Tarasova ], Errol John [ Dessiles ], Earl Cameron [ Darcy ], Clifton Jones [ Lieutentant Labaste ], Paul Danquah [ James Owen ], Christopher Carlos [ Victor N'Dias ], Pearl Prescod [ Madame Celeste ], Robert Dean [ David Elliot ], Edward Brayshaw [ Vernon Brooks ], Margaret Nolan [ Mrs Eliot ], Boscoe Holder [ Nero ], Janet Hargreaves [ Eirlys Brooks ], Louis Mahoney [ Guard ], Joseph Layode [ Anarchist ]
Drake goes to the West Indies again, this time to locate two kidnapped atomic scientists.
First Broadcast: 16 Mar 65 pc: 061 Written By: Malcolm Hulke and Ralph Smart Directed By: Don Chaffey
NOTE: Ralph Smart is actually credited with providing additional dialogue.
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