The Chinese Puzzle

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show_name = The Chinese Puzzle


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genre = Children's television
Thriller
Adventure
creator = Brian Finch
writer = Brian Finch
director = Alan Bell
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starring = Deborah Makepeace
Martin Abney
Kate Brown
William Fox
James Marcus
John Rolfe
Michael Tattersfield
Eric Young
Lee Wing
Michael Cronin
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country = Flagicon|UK United Kingdom
language = English
num_seasons = 1
num_episodes = 6
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producer = Bill Sellars
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runtime = 30 minutes
network = BBC1
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first_aired = 13 November 1973
last_aired = 18 December 1973
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"The Chinese Puzzle" is a 1974 six-part children's adventure series, first broadcast on BBC1. It was the brainchild of prolific British television writer, Brian Finch, and features "two friends who stumble into a complex plot involving kidnapping and blackmail". [ [http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/series/27265 BFI entry on "Chinese Puzzle"] ]

Episodes

The six episodes of the finite series were:
• "The Snatch"
• "The Bullet"
• "Camera Trick"
• "Prisoners"
• "Dead or Alive"
• "Show Down"

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