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The police investigate the disappearance of a teenage boy who walked out of school just before taking his O-Level examinations.

Director:

Leonard Lewis

Writers:

William Humble, Ian Kennedy Martin (series created by)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Stephanie Turner ... Inspector Jean Darblay
David Ellison ... Sergeant Joseph Beck
Noel Collins ... Sergeant George Parrish
Gerard Kelly ... PC David Gallagher
Frances White Frances White ... Mary Patterson
Malcolm Terris ... Harold Patterson
Anthony Preston Anthony Preston ... Andrew Patterson
Jayne Linton Jayne Linton ... Alison Patterson
Peter Schofield Peter Schofield ... Mr. Beaseley
Connie Merigold Connie Merigold ... Mrs. Heatherington
Andrew Siddall Andrew Siddall ... Boy
Alexander Wilson Alexander Wilson ... Teacher
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The police investigate the disappearance of a teenage boy who walked out of school just before taking his O-Level examinations.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 1981 (UK) See more »

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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Clever Boy
24 October 2019 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Andrew Patterson is a schoolboy who has gone missing just before he was due to take his O-Level exams.

The Hartley Police find out that the rest of his class thought he was a bit of a school swot. To his teacher and parents, he was someone who should try harder.

Andrew's father is unhappy with the efforts Inspector Darblay is making. He is not afraid to make his opinions known. The trouble is it seems Andrew's parents might had driven the boy away. It is not that they are bad parents, it just that they are too demanding.

Andrew's sister does not seem to be too bothered about her brother's disappearance. She also has little time for her parents.

I did like the scene at the end when Inspector Darblay just holds her tongue back and not tell the parents that they need to buckle up their own attitudes to parenting.


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