Strangers: Right and Wrong (ITV 10 July 1978)

In Right and Wrong Doran and Willis go undercover as husband and wife moving into a house directly opposite local politician Roy Stephens who is suspected of taking bribes.

Stephens has been doing great work in the community and Linda has mixed feelings about whether they should even be trying to catch him on the take. In fact as Willis and Doran get closer to Stephens and his wife they both start to have second thoughts. Stephens himself doesn’t trust Willis and has clocked that he is under surveillance.

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There is some nice interplay between Willis and Doran as they play house. Willis is very much a new man, grilling his steak rather than frying, cutting back on the sugar.

Another episode that doesn’t feature Bulman.

production details
UK / ITV – Granada / 1×50 minute episode / Broadcast Monday 10 July 1978 at 9.00pm

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Writer: C.P. Taylor / Production Design: Chris Wilkins / Director: John Bruce

Series: Strangers Season 1 Episode 6

Dennis Blanch as Willis
Frances Tomelty as Doran
John Ronane as Singer
David Daker as Roy Stephens
David Hargreaves as Detective Inspector Rainbow
Roger Rowland as Council Chairman
Anne Reid as Audrey Stephens

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