Hannay helps out a damsel in distress who is being terrorised by an east end gang wanting protection money from her music hall club.
Hannay gets a rugby club full of toffs to help out but confident Joe Morris does not take his beating lying down. He takes his revenge.
Hannay realises he needs to be cunning himself and reels in Morris by pretending to be part of a west end gang of crooks and Morris needs to prove himself to them. Hannay needs to bring Morris down a peg or two in the eyes of his prospective father in law.
Martin Clunes has an early role as one of the rugby playing toffs who comes to the rescue for Hannay. It is a nice enough story but again not very adventurous.
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