Interpol Calling (1959– )
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Slave Ship 

An abandoned vessel is found with a number of people dead from a typhoid out break. The suspicion is the vessel was being used in the slave trade. Interpol begin the long process of gathering evidence.

Director:

C.M. Pennington-Richards (as Pennington Richards)

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Charles Korvin ... Inspector Duval
Edwin Richfield ... Inspector Mornay
David Davies David Davies ... Colonel Briggs
Meredith Edwards ... Doctor Gorman
Harold Kasket Harold Kasket ... Lenoir
Cyril Shaps ... Gamel
Oscar Quitak Oscar Quitak ... Abdul
Errol John Errol John ... Sergeant Hamid
Howard Lang ... Commander Siddons
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Storyline

An Arab dhow is found half-sinking and abandoned - with 16 dead bodies sealed in the hold. Duval suspects it had been engaged in the slave trade and flies to Mombasa to examine it, only to discover the reason for its abandoning - its human cargo had been dying of plague. The crew of the boat make it back ashore, but those behind the trade are not taking any chances. When the body of a dead seaman - shot, but dying of plague - is discovered, Duval realises how ruthless they are.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

6 December 1959 (UK) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

When inspector Duval travels to South Africa we are shown stock footage of a BOAC (Now British Airways) plane landing. In the next shot we see him met by a local official after disembarking from a plane with Air France markings. See more »

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