Three different ways of approaching each crime, with three outstanding stars: Peter Wyngarde as Jason King: with many years of stage, screen, and TV experience which has made him one of Britain's best known actors. Joel Fabiani as Stewart Sullivan: a young American whose stage work had lead him into television and his first starring role. Rosemary Nicols as Annabelle Hurst: the glamorous British actress born into show business and with a long list of successful appearances on television and in the West End. And also starring Dennis Alaba Peters as Sir Curtis Seretse, the head of the department, which was way ahead of it's time for 1969 as he was black. In my opinion this must have done more for racial equality in the UK then the famous Star Trek kiss. When the show came to an end in March 1970, Lew Grade's (Head of ITC) wife insisted that he gave King his own show and in 1971 it happened. Jason King has now left Dept. 'S' and now the world is his oyster.
Anything can happen whenever he goes in search of material for his Mark Caine books and it usually does. He encounters greater danger, deeper intrigue, amusing situations and of course many more beautiful women than ever before. Peter Wyngarde really goes to town as the dashing, debonair, dandy and extravagant sleuth Mr Jason King. In 1972 Peter Wygarde was voted the person they would most like to lose there virginity too by a women's magazine poll!!!
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