In this teaser, leading in to Homicide’s opening title sequence, convict Edgar Thompson (Roy Alexander) is on the run after escaping from the prison farm at Beechworth.
Superintendent Tilley (Nigel Lovell) tells Inspector Fox (Alwyn Kurts) about his sightings of a drunken man he thinks was Senior Detective Patterson (Norman Yemm).
Superintendent Tilley (Nigel Lovell) is shaken after discovering that a drunken troublemaker he saw at the golf club and the detective he has nominated for an award are apparently the same person.
Alice (Jessica Ball) and her friend Simon (Darren Jones) watch through the window as Detective Sergeant Mackay (Leonard Teale) and Senior Detective Barnes (George Mallaby) arrive to talk to Alice’s
Detective Sergeant Bronson (Terry McDermott), Detective Fraser (Lex Mitchell) and Inspector Connolly (John Fegan) have three suspects for the murder of escaped prisoner Edgar Thompson.
A criminal and ‘master of disguise’ (voiced by Patrick Frost) has taken on the form of a moustachioed dustbin, but Great Detective Alex Holmes (voiced by Lachlan Haig) and his faithful but reluctan
Michael Stacey (Ray Barrett) introduces himself and his milieu – the beautiful beach of Surfer’s Paradise on the Gold Coast and a town full of ugly buildings.
Jimmy Cook (Sandy McVea), an Aboriginal detective, has been assigned to the Special Service to help Jack Airlie (Snowy Baker) crack a ring of German spies operating in Australia during the First Wo
Jack (Snowy Baker) has pursued the German spies to the secret beach from which they will rendezvous with a German ship.
Jack and Jimmy have discovered the gang’s secret city hide-out. Gang boss Bill Warne (Billy Ryan) escapes, pursued by Jack (Snowy Baker).