Whilst travelling on an express train on a quest to find a missing agent, Steed and Mrs. Peel get caught up in an assassination attempt on the life of the British Prime Minister on the part of a disgruntled and murderous ticket collector. They are helped in their efforts to foil him by Mr. Crewe, an eccentric owner of an abandoned station.
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Did You Know?
As Steed and Mrs. Peel await the arrival of the Prime Minister in the last scene, she says "No, he's the one in the raincoat." This is a reference to the then Prime Minister, Harold Wilson
, who was often photographed wearing a raincoat. See more
As Emma reads the paper on the train, you can see that the reverse side of the front page is blank. See more
Another five miles, Mr. Steed, and then...
Pop goes the diesel?
Referenced in Endeavour: Passenger
The Bridal Chorus
Written by Richard Wagner
Performed by Drewe Henley
(uncredited) See more