Man in a Suitcase (1967-1968)

Man in a Suitcase was effectively a replacement for Danger Man, whose production had been curtailed when its star Patrick McGoohan had decided to create his own series, The Prisoner. As with several ITC productions, the series was to use an American star in an attempt to boost the show's sales in the US. An early choice was Jack Lord, but the part of McGill eventually went to Richard Bradford, a method actor who was spotted after appearing opposite Marlon Brando in the 1966 movie The Chase.
The Sitting Pigeon
Day of Execution
Variation on a Million P1
Variation on a Million P2
Sweet Sue
Essay in Evil
The Girl Who Never Was
All That Glitters
Dead Man's Shoes
Find the Lady
The Bridge
The Man Who Stood Still
Burden of Proof
The Whisper
Why They Killed Nolan
The Boston Square
Somebody Loses
Blind Spot
No Friend of Mine
Jigsaw Man
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