Dixon of Dock Green

Season 4 Episode 14

A Penn'orth of Allsorts

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Aired Saturday 8:15 PM Dec 14, 1957 on BBC
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    Anthony Parker

    Anthony Parker

    P.C. Bob Penney

    Arthur Rigby

    Arthur Rigby

    Sgt. Flint

    Jack Warner

    Jack Warner

    P.C. George Dixon

    Jeanette Hutchinson

    Jeanette Hutchinson

    Mary Crawford (II)

    Moira Mannion

    Moira Mannion

    Women's Sergeant Grace Millard

    Peter Byrne

    Peter Byrne

    Det. Con. Andy Crawford

    Martin Miller

    Martin Miller

    Papa Kolinsky

    Guest Star

    Michael Caine

    Michael Caine

    Indian Pedlar

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    Hugh Latimer

    Hugh Latimer

    Philip Stangate

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    Ronald Clarke

    Ronald Clarke

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      • 'MC: Yeah, I changed my name. I got my name from The Caine Mutiny. I called myself Michael Scott. When I was in rep I got my first job. When you're a young actor you ring your agent every evening. It's not like when you're in Hollywood where you do one picture a year. You just hope you get a day on television. And I rang my agent from Leicester Square, in a phone box, and I said, "Have I got a job?" And she said, "Yes, I've got you a week on Dixon of Dock Green. The problem is, you've got to join Equity" - this is my first television - "and there's another Michael Scott. So," she said, "You can call yourself Michael, but we've got to have another name." I said, "Well, I'll tell you tomorrow." And she said, "No, I need it now. I've got to sign the contract and send it in." So I just looked through the trees, at the Odeon Leicester Square, it just said Caine Mutiny. So, I just said: "Caine." If I'd gone to the Leicester Square theatre, I'd have been called Michael A Hundred and One Dalmatians!'

        - Michael Caine, from an interview published in The Guardian, 6 November, 1998.

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