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Rules of Engagement: Pilot for a never-produced TV series about an elite crime-fighting unit.

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Released: May 31, 1973
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Director: Charles McDougall
Actors: Andrew Schofield Ciarán Hinds Douglas Hodge Frances Barber George Anton Grant Masters Holly Aird Michael Fenner Nigel Terry Stephen Billington

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