The Baron (1966– )
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Diplomatic Immunity 

When the beautiful woman who stole a priceless Faberge bauble from his shop is identified as a Pameranian courier, Mannering decides to visit the country's embassy and demand satisfaction. ... See full summary »

Director:

Leslie Norman

Writers:

John Creasey (based on the character created by), Dennis Spooner (screenplay by)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Steve Forrest ... John Mannering 'The Baron'
Paul Ferris Paul Ferris ... David Marlowe
Sue Lloyd ... Cordelia Winfield
Colin Gordon ... John Alexander Templeton-Green
Dora Reisser Dora Reisser ... Eva Dummel
Frank Gatliff ... Georges Sforza
Robert Crewdson ... Lazlo Polk
Michael Wolf ... Kimitz
Jolyon Booth Jolyon Booth ... Swann
Claire Davenport Claire Davenport ... Anna Lobovitch
Maggie Wright ... Latticia
Patrick Durkin ... Gill
Fredric Abbott ... Lovegrove

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Storyline

When the beautiful woman who stole a priceless Faberge bauble from his shop is identified as a Pameranian courier, Mannering decides to visit the country's embassy and demand satisfaction. He is intercepted by British intelligence agents who convince him to go behind the Iron Curtain and break up the ring of art thieves who have been hiding behind diplomatic immunity, using his real occupation as an antiques dealer as his cover. Written by David Bassler

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Quotes

[first lines]
David Marlowe: Beautiful, isn't it?
Eva Dumel: Exquisite.
David Marlowe: It's made by Faberge, the great Russian jeweler.
Eva Dumel: The one who made the fabulous Russian Easter eggs for the czar - all studded in diamonds.
David Marlowe: It's one of a pair. The other one is supposed to be part of the Kremlin treasure.
Eva Dumel: I suppose it's fabulously expensive.
David Marlowe: Priceless, but it's not for sale. It's on loan to us from Lord Calvert's collection.
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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 January 1966 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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