The Persuaders! (1971–1972)
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The Ozerov Inheritance 

Two members of the once-proud Russian Aristocracy are in desperate need of Lord Brett and Daniel's assistance to establish their right to a jewellery collection of immense value, however, not without exciting discoveries on the way.

Director:

Roy Ward Baker

Writer:

Harry W. Junkin (screenplay by)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Tony Curtis ... Danny Wilde
Roger Moore ... Lord Brett Sinclair
Gladys Cooper ... Grand Duchess Ozerov
Prunella Ransome ... Princess Alexandra
Gary Raymond ... Sergei
Joseph Fürst ... Yelker (as Joseph Furst)
Cyril Shaps ... Professor Ganguin
Georgina Simpson Georgina Simpson ... Magda
Anouska Hempel ... Stewardess
Timothy Parkes Timothy Parkes ... Walther
Arnold Ridley ... Uncle Rodney
Denys Peek Denys Peek ... Dante
Yuri Borienko Yuri Borienko ... Nikolai
Raymond Young ... Inspector Mansour
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Storyline

The Persuaders are called in to assist the Grand Duchess Ozerov, an elderly Russian former aristocrat. There is contention as to the rightful owner of her jewels, kept in a Swiss bank. The Russian government is one claimant and her nephew Sergei another, in addition to the duchess herself. Brett and Danny are to go to the Russian village where there is proof of her marriage to Prince Ozerov and, consequently, her right to own the jewels. However two men in the pay of Sergei are out to stop them. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Language:

English

Release Date:

1 January 1972 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

While under arrest, Danny, ( Tony Curtis), removes his handcuffs twice. Tony Curtis portrayed Houdini in a biography of the Escape Artist. See more »

Quotes

Danny Wilde: We? What do you mean, we? You don't have the time, you got a secret message to come to Switzerland, not me. I'm here for the winter sports, whoever she may be.
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One of the strongest episodes in the series
7 January 2017 | by ScrugulusSee all my reviews

This episode has a great plot and great characters (and actors). It is - on the whole - a very convincing whodunnit, something you cannot say about some of the other episodes. Maybe it is because of the mystery and the intrigue that the levity seems to come a bit short in this episode. The interactions between Brett and Daniel are a bit infrequent and toned down.

Gladys Cooper does an outstanding job as the Grand-Duchess - a role which would prove to be her last. The other actors in this episode are also doing a good job, even if some of them have to deal with characters that seem to be written a tad larger-than-life.

This is definitely one of the show's strongest episodes - for me it ranks in the top 4.


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