Homicide (1964–1977)
Mackay is promoted to Inspector and preparing for a transfer to Ballarat when a threat is made against his life. Carl Warren Lee, who made the threat, is a psychopath who lies in wait with a rifle, but shoots dead Fox by mistake.


Paul Eddey


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Episode credited cast:
Alwyn Kurts Alwyn Kurts ... Insp. Colin Fox
Leonard Teale Leonard Teale ... Det. Snr. Sgt. David Mackay
George Mallaby George Mallaby ... Sen. Det. Peter Barnes
Gary Day Gary Day ... Sen. Det. Phil Redford
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Cunningham George Cunningham ... Rick Miller
Val Jellay ... Landlady
Paul Karo Paul Karo ... Carl Warren Lee
Isabel Kirk Isabel Kirk ... Audrey White (as Izobel Kirk)
Valma Pratt Valma Pratt ... Nan Pearce
John Proper John Proper ... Harry Pearce


David Mackay is promoted from Detective Senior Sergeant to Inspector. While he is preparing to be transferred to Ballarat, a threat is made against his life. The threat comes from Carl Warren Lee, a psychopath who wants to become famous. Lee lies in wait with a rifle, but shoots dead Fox by mistake while he and Mackay are getting out of a car outside a court where Mackay has been testifying in a major case. Written by Allister Coots

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Action | Crime | Drama



Release Date:

17 July 1973 (Australia) See more »

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Production Co:

Crawford Productions See more »
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The final regular episode with Leonard Teale as Det. Snr. Sgt. David Mackay, and the final episode with Alwyn Kurts as Insp. Colin Fox. Teale would return to the series as Insp. Mackay for a one-off appearance in the final episode, "The Last Task". See more »

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