Sandford's henchman however is watching her, and demands the diamonds. So the Marsden's son is taken captive, that's too much for Marsden and he fights with the crook boathooks flying everywhere, boats overturned. Stryker moves in to arrest Sandford, who neatly leaps from his wheelchair, out of his upper storey window.
Arnold helps his young brother to find a job with a haulage company.
But John Kendall (KH) soon realises the company is just a cover for a more sinister business, and he is framed for the murder of his employer.
Neil Mc Callum played the star around whom the others in his little actors clan orbited.
Jack Watling was a drunken layabout who kept everyone supplied with drinks.
Yes, he had given a lift to someone, but he didn't know the man's identity. When he's gone, she takes some food to her husband who is hiding in a boatshed.
As he searches the boat, Stryker opens a cupboard, and out pops Clement's corpse! Then she boards The Black Falcon and removes the purse of diamonds that Clement had secreted.
ITV bought the films and screened them in the 1960's.
Details of the thirteen 35 minute stories: 1 The Case of The Studio Payroll (Cinema release date, with #2, Jan 18th 1954)- with Jack Watling and Susan Stephen.
A contemporary review of the No Hiding Place story 3.11 Nina and the Night People (Fri Apr 21st 1961) The world of show biz folk.
A girl has been pushed from the balcony of her flat, inhabited by a group of actors.
4 The Case of Gracie Budd- The sad tale of seventeen year old blonde and petite Gracie, a typical juvenile delinquent whose parents were killed in the war.