The Knock

Season 3 Episode 5

Episode 5

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM May 04, 1997 on ITV
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Episode 5
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Eddie Davies looks after Tim Danson while John is away on business. As Danson is overseeing a consignment of tobacco in Suffolk, an attempt is made on his life. Tim's mother becomes concerned for his welfare and contacts the police. Dewhurst and Anna are tracked down in Casablanca by Leakey and the East German gang.moreless

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    Richard Morant

    Richard Morant

    Leakey

    Guest Star

    Fiona Dolman

    Fiona Dolman

    Anna Ransley

    Guest Star

    Mike Sarne

    Mike Sarne

    Schrieber

    Guest Star

    Andrew Dunn

    Andrew Dunn

    Kevin Butcher

    Recurring Role

    Dennis Waterman

    Dennis Waterman

    John Danson

    Recurring Role

    Dax O'Callaghan

    Dax O'Callaghan

    Tim Danson

    Recurring Role

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      • Ralston : You need to take a break Bill. You know, going out with a bang only ever seems like a good idea at the time. Think about it; is gardening really that exciting?
        Adams : I'd make a bloody good smuggler.

      • Christie : Your starter for ten, no conferring. Where would a BKNVD team head for on arrival in London?
        Adams : Harrods?
        Christie : Well, first they'd book in at the Hilton, Grosvenor, Intercontinental according to Dr Bondi, Professor of East European Studies at London University.
        Adams : You had to ask a Professor to find that out?

      • Andreotti : Suddenly you read Arabic.
        Reinhardt : It's French, this is a French language daily you philistine. What is it you have against every form of education?
        Andreotti : I prefer the school of life mate; it separates the smart from the smart arses.

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