Gumshoe: Ginley (Albert Finney) is a nightclub bingo caller eager for a career change. On his thirty-first birthday, he advertises himself as a private eye in the newspaper. He dons a trench coat, and begins engaging others in rapid-fire dialogue as if he were Humphrey Bogart, or some Dashiell Hammett creation. Soon after, Ginley is phoned by a fat man, who gives him a package containing a gun, a photograph, and a large sum of money. Eventually Ginley is investigating a case involving smuggling of weapons as well as drugs. Ginley also finds himself at odds with his unsupportive brother, who offers Ginley payment to break off his investigations. Eventually Ginley learns of his brother-in-law's involvement in the crimes at hand. Ginley faces a series of daunting tasks: solving the crimes, bringing justice to the smugglers (and a murderer), as well as maintaining his safety and sanity in the process.
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|Genres:||Drama Comedy Crime Mystery|
|Actors:||Albert Finney Bert King Bill Dean Billie Whitelaw Carolyn Seymour Frank Finlay Fulton Mackay George Innes Harry Hutchinson Janice Rule Jayson Kane Ken Jones Maureen Lipman Neville Smith Oscar James Tom Kempinski Wendy Richard|
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