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Sergeant Marty Stuart

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"He was my soulmate; and what a towering talent. I just think he burnt himself out."

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Episode 22 : Crack-Up

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A private airplane carrying five million dollars in stolen bullion is lost without trace in the Canadian wilderness. Five years later the airplane is found, and Ryder is asked by the pilot's widow to prove that her husband was innocent of the theft. 

 

Directed by Anthony Bushell

 

Written by Louis Marks and Lee Leob

 

Produced by Sidney Cole, Hannah Weinstein and Jud Kinberg

Cinematography by Gerald  Moss

Edited by Richard Sidwell

Art Direction by Ted Clements

Make-Up by Wally Schneiderman

Production Management by Eddie Pike and Harold Buck

Second Unit Direction by Frank Hollands and Peter Weingreen

Sound by Fred Ryan

Camera Operation by Noel Rowland

Costumes by Brenda Dabbs

Music by Francis Chagrin

CAST

 Richard Conte as Jeff Ryder

June Thorburn as Vicky

Delena Kidd as Ingrid Brandt

Charles Irwin as Flynn

Paul Eddington as Rusty

Richard Clarke as Krager

Max Faulkner as Guard

Special Appearance by Jack Hawkins as Ben Manfred

 

Released by Sapphire Films and ITC Entertainment for ITV 

Transmission Date: Wednesday 24th February 1960

Episode Running Time: 30 minutes

Location(s): Walton Studios, Walton-on-Thames

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INCLUDING COLOURISED VERSION

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Opening Credits

Opening Credits from this iconic British TV show.

Bonus Episode

National Treasure
April 20th 1960

Promotional Material

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