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Probably subtitledHard of hearing subtitlesThe Protectors: Series 1 - Episodes 1-26 (1971)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5037115040039
Released: 24th June 2002
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 3
Catalogue No: 3711504003
Category: Television, Drama
Format: DVD / Box Set
The Protectors: Series 1 - Episodes 1-26 (1971) (Box Set) (Deleted)


Probably subtitled The main feature on this DVD title probably has English subtitles. [explanation]

Claimed subtitles: English, English for the hearing impaired

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Story: The entire first series of the 1970s TV thriller following the exploits of crimefighters Harry Rule, Paul Bouchet and Countess Caroline di Contini. In '2000 Feet to Die' a skydiving chum of Harry's is endangered by villains. 'Brother Hood' sees the team hired to orchestrate a prison break. 'Disappearing Trick' finds the Contessa helping out with a magical disappearing act. 'Your Witness' has a murder witness disappear while under the team's protection. 'Quick Brown Fox' sees Harry, Paul and the Contessa on the trail of some Nazi fugitives. 'Numbers Game' finds the Protectors trying their hand at a spot of codebreaking. 'Triple Cross' has Harry and the Contessa in an uncomfortable situation when they are ordered to steal some jewels in order to save the life of the kidnapped Paul. 'A Kind of Wild Justice' sees Harry's life endangered by the daughter of an old nemesis. In 'One and One Makes One' the Protectors come up against some duplicitious thinking when they agree to rescue an imprisoned Canadian agent. 'See No Evil' has the team get involved in a blackmail case. 'Balance of Terror' sees Harry, Paul and the Contessa struggle to save London from the devastation of biological warfare. 'King Con' finds our heroes involved in a con game as they attempt to retrieve an expensive antique. In 'The Big Hit' Paul and the Contessa narrowly escape assassination attempts and try to warn Harry that he is probably next. 'Thinkback' has Harry and the Contessa involved in a suspicious car crash. 'The First Circle' sees a Vietnam veteran come to the team for help. 'Chase' finds Harry running for his life when a blackmail investigation turns sour. In 'With a Little Help From My Friends' Harry has some family trouble when he agrees to serve as a bodyguard for a visiting head-of-state. 'For the Rest of Your Natural' has the Contessa captured by a psychopath. 'The Bodyguards' sees the team charged with protecting a corpse. 'Talkdown' finds Harry up in an airplane with a dead pilot on his hands. 'A Case for the Right' has the Protectors take a tour of some Roman tombs. 'A Matter of Life and Death' sees the team visit Malta and attempt to foil some smugglers. 'It Could Be Practically Anywhere on the Island' finds the team chasing a poodle. 'Vocal' has Paul blinded and Harry impersonated. 'It Was All Over Lepzig' sees the Contessa confront an old lover. Finally, in 'Ceremony For the Dead', the Protectors look after a critically-ill president. Watch out for the hit theme tune sung by Tony Christie, 'In the Avenues and Alleyways'.

Starring: Robert Vaughn, Nyree Dawn Porter, Tony Anholt, Patrick Troughton, Anna Matisse, Derren Nesbitt, Anna Palk, Michael Gough, John Neville, Georgia Brown, Peter Bowles, Alan Webb, Freddie Jones, Henry McGee, Leonard Sachs, Jeremy Brett, Hannah Gordon, Shane Rimmer, Linda Staab, Milo O'Shea, Jacques Sernas, Frederick Treves, Laurence Naismith, Stephanie Beacham, Nigel Green, George Baker, Anton Rodgers, George Innes, Derek Smith, Morag Hood, Morris Perry, Ed Bishop, Mark Malicz, Ian Hendry, David Bauer, Isabella Telezynska, Christopher Malcolm, Donald Eccles, Vladek Sheybal, Patrick Magee, Harvey Hall, Nicholas Jones, Paul Stassino

Directed by: John Hough, Cyril Frankel, Don Chaffey, Harry Booth, Jeremy Summers, Roy Ward Baker, Robert Vaughn, Michael Lindsay-Hogg

Music by: John Cameron

Produced by: Reg Hill

Written by: Donald James, Ralph Smart, Lewis Davidson, Brian Clemens, John Goldsmith, Terence Feely, Jesse Lasky Jr, Tony Barwick, Dennis Spooner, Pat Lasky, Jesse Lasky, Sylvia Anderson

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Studio/distributor: ITV DVD

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